A lot of people would want to escape the brutal season of winter, but they do not know what to do and where to go. For motocross lovers out there, winter can be a perfect time to do training routines.
So, where do you need to go for your winter motocross training? This is one question that riders are having a hard time answering.
MUDSA understands the need for sharing knowledge about the best motocross destinations for winter motocross training activities. That being said, we came up with a list of training facilities that you would love for sure.
These facilities can offer better weather conditions and bring you high-standards of track and riding variation.
All of the training facilities that we have included in this list are places that our team members have already visited.
This place is a dream destination for all true riders. The facility has a variety of offerings for riders which include Supercross, enduro, endurocross, MTB, FMX, freeride, and of course motocross.
Royal Hills simply has endless possibilities and with its latest developments and upgrades, a trip to Europe to try this motocross training facility is surely a jackpot for riders.
This destination in Hungary features a one-of-a-kind track that all true riders would surely love. It is considered to be one of the premium motocross destinations in the whole of Europe.
If you are looking for an unforgettable holiday filled with motocross fun and excitement, the world-class quality tracks and beautiful scenery here is a perfect option.
The beautiful scenery in Dirt Park also makes the training facility perfect for motocross photographers to take some amazing shots.
When talking about quality motocross facilities from around the world, California is surely not left behind. It is one of the leading motocross destinations that riders would dream of visiting.
Pro riders also practice here so if you want to see and take the challenge of riding the tracks here with them, then book your ticket to Cali now.
Many of the top racers in Europe have Lleides Park on top of their priority when choosing a facility for training and there is a good reason why.
Lleides Park features professional tracks with a variety of technical timing sections that would surely bring your motocross training to the next level, add to it the concrete whoops set that it also takes pride of.
The area is 47 is located in Austria and while it does not have the sunny, hot climate of Spain during winter, it takes pride in its 3,800-meter square motocross track situated in the amazing Tyrol mountains.
Area 47 is also near Salzburg so when you’re done with your motocross training, there are other activities that you can enjoy in your free time.
Biking will always be a good option than other sports to escape the winter season, and there are several reasons why biking is better than other sports. So, if you want to train for motocross biking, whether you are a newbie or an experienced rider, the training facilities mentioned above would be perfect options.