Looking for a dirt bike track near you? Then you’ve come to the right place. In British Columbia, there are several motocross tracks and places to ride sprinkled throughout the province.
Some facilities, like the Bear Creek Motocross Track in Kelowna, also offer access to single-track trails, so no matter what your style of riding (motocross, enduro, endurocross or off-road) may be, there is something for every kind of dirt rider out there.
Whispering Pines Motorsports Compound
Whispering Pines Motorsports Compound is operated by the Greater Kamloops Motorcycle Association. — Photo courtesy Whispering Pines Motorsports Compound Facebook page
Located 30 minutes from Kamloops, Whispering Pines is home to one of the best supercross style sand-based tracks in Canada. Several major events take place throughout the season, such as the Big Kahuna Hare Scramble and the CMRC pro motocross nationals. The track is operated by the Greater Kamloops Motorcycle Association. For more info, visit the Whispering Pines Motorsports Compound's website and Facebook page.
Bear Creek Motocross Track
Bear Creek Motocross Track is run by the Kelowna Dirt Bike Club. — Photo courtesy Kelowna Dirt Bike Club Facebook page
Run by the Kelowna Dirt Bike Club, this track is challenging and technical with lots of jumps, natural elevation changes and a loamy surface with some sand-based sections. Just up from the park is a large off-road riding area. For more info, visit the website and Facebook page.
Popkum Motor Park
Popkum Motor Park is located near Chilliwack. — Photo courtesy Popkum Motor Park Facebook page
Popkum Motor Park in Rosedale (near Chilliwack) is a large racing and riding facility with motocross and endurocross tracks, as well as a training facility and an ATV/UTV track. For more info, visit the website or connect with the club on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You can also check out these articles on RidersWest: Popkum Motor Park one of a kind in B.C. and Kids Rev Up With Red Riders Program.
Quesnel Motocross Association
The Quesnel Motocross Association runs a sand-based track just outside of Quesnel. — Photo courtesy Quesnel Motocross Association Facebook page
The Quesnel Motocross Association runs a sand-based track that is only five minutes from hotels, bike shops and other businesses in Quesnel. The club hosts several events, including a race that takes place in conjunction with B.C.’s largest free family festival, Billy Barker Days. For more info, see the club’s Facebook page.
Williams Lake Motocross Track
The Williams Lake Motocross Track features lots of hills and obstacles. — Photo courtesy Williams Lake Dirt Riders Association
This winding hard-packed track offers lots of hills and obstacles. Run by the Williams Lake Dirt Riders Association, this track hosts Future West Motocross series races and British Columbia Motocross Association series races. This track has also been a training ground for Canadian professional motocross racer Brock Hoyer. For more info, see the Facebook page.
Wastelands Motocross Park
The Wastelands Motocross Park features a motocross track, RC track, endurocross track and a kids track. — Photo courtesy Nanaimo Motocross Association
Operated by the Nanaimo Motocross Association, the Wastelands Motocross Park features a motocross track, RC track, endurocross track and a kids track. Throughout the season, the park plays host to several Vancouver Island championship series races, as well as its own club series races and the CMRC pro motocross nationals. For more info, see the website or connect with the club on Facebook and Twitter.
Campbell River Motocross Track
The Campbell River Motocross Track hosts Vancouver Island championship races, as well as practice days and riding schools with pro riders. — Photo courtesy Campbell River Motocross Facebook page
Affiliated with the Vancouver Island Motocross Association, this track hosts Vancouver Island championship races, as well as practice days and riding schools with pro riders, such as Ryan Lockhart. For more info, see the club’s website and Facebook page.
Port Alberni Motocross Park
The Port Alberni Motocross Park hosts three to four rounds of the Vancouver Island championship races. — Photo courtesy Alberni Motocross Association
Run by the Alberni Motocross Association, this track hosts three to four rounds of the Vancouver Island championship races. Day passes and memberships are available for anyone who wants to go and ride. For more info, see the Facebook page.
Westshore Motocross plays host to an MX school, a summer camp and adventure tours. — Photo courtesy Westshore Motocross
Westshore MX is a family-friendly motocross facility in Victoria that hosts races, beginner days and practice days. It also plays host to an MX school, a summer camp and adventure tours. For more info, see the website.
Revy Riders Dirtbike Club
Based in Revelstoke, this club maintains 80 kilometres of professionally built single-track trails, plus two motocross tracks, an endurocross track and a kids track. Every year, the club organizes a ladies ride and a two-day event that features a poker run and race. For more info, see the Revy Riders website or connect with the club on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. You can also check out the following articles on RidersWest: Riding in Revelstoke; Gripping and Ripping it in Revelstoke; and Babes, Bikes and Record Numbers for the 2nd Annual Revy Riders Triple B Rally.