Motocross in Utah

So you like dirt, loud bikes, fast speeds and amazing tricks. Good thing Utah has terrain for all your motocross bucket lists. Bring your bike (or rent one from guides statewide), and bring your sturdiest bones. Read more...




Utah offers a variety of terrain and scenic back-country, for motocross competition as well as offroad motorcycle tours. For those interested in racing, there are a number of tracks available:

Motocross Tracks in Utah

Deseret Peak Complex

Tooele, Utah
2930 West Highway 112
Tooele, Utah 84074

Motocross racers of all ages test their ability and compete on a variety of challenging courses. This is unquestionably Utah's premiere tracks for extreme sport enthusiasts.

Rocky Mountain Raceways

6555 West 2100 South
West Valley City, Utah 84128

The Plaza Cycle Motocross Park at Rocky Mountain Raceways includes a dirt motocross track, just over a mile long, with progressive elevation changes. The associated pit area is about 2 acres in size and is fully enclosed and secured. Bleacher Seating is available for 480 spectators. Enthusiasts are welcome to participate in scheduled open practices and race events.

Rocky Mountain Raceways also offers a Super Oval and NHRA Drag Strip.

Bunker Hill Motocross

670 N 100 W
Delta, Utah 84624

This 2 mile track has long fast straights soft sandy climbs. Bunkerhill offers great elevation changes a 100 foot uphill triple and a 50 foot downhill double. We are located in between the Delta City Cemetery and Big Five Commodities.

Open year round (weather permitting).

Jordan River OHV Park

2800 Rose Park Lane
Salt Lake City, Utah

Four separate tracks, with tabletops and banked turns, are open from approximately early April to approximately mid-October. Off-Highway motorcycle riders will enjoy two motocross tracks. The novice and grand-prix tracks are open to both OHMs and ATVs.

Outlaw Motocross, LLC

Beaver, Utah

Extreme enough to challenge experts and safe enough for the beginner.


St. George, Utah

This 30 acre park offers something for everyone! The approximate 1 mile track has tons of elevation changes, with rhythm sections, step ups, step downs and tabletops that can be safely negotiated by riders of all skill levels, and still challenging for the pros.

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