Gates Open: 9:00 am
Practice Starts: 10:00 am
Practice Ends: 4:00 pm
Ridge MX Open Practice days Information
All riders entering the property must first sign a release of liability. Annual wavers are available, and are good for one year from date of signature.
All minors (17 or younger) must be accompanied by a legal parent or guardian the first time they come on the property, at which time they can sign an annual release of liability allowing their child to ride to the track with other friends or family for the one year the waver is valid in. An alternative option for parents would be to send your child with a legal adult, and a legally notarized document stating that you give said adult permission to sign for the minor. A responsible adult must remain on the property for the day while minor is there should anything happen.
All riders are responsible for their actions and absolutely ZERO degrading, fighting, name calling or other abusive content will be tolerated and TRMP reserves the right to suspend or expel a riders privilege to be on the property.
Practice day pricing: Peak season (March-October 31st) $30 first class, $25 second. Off-Peak Pricing (November 1st-February 29th) $25 first class, $20 second class. All kids under the age of 7 $15 dollars All spectators $5 dollars.
Practice day classes; Pro, Intermediate, Junior, Beginner, Woman, 50cc/65cc/85cc. Classes are subject to being combined based on rider count in respected classes such as Vet/Junior classes, Beginner/Woman, Pro/Intermediate and supermini riders may get moved into a respectable class based on their skill and speed as determined by the track manager, and their agreement.
Riders are responsible for knowing what the appropriate flag colors mean, and paying attention for said flags. Red-Full track stop, please clear the track exiting at the appropriate designated entrance/exit. Yellow-Rider down or caution, no jumping on a yellow flag between flag and incident causing the caution flag, if you see a yellow flag slow down and be aware one of your fellow riders may be down, stuck or injured. Helping one another is encouraged. Green-Used in the opening laps signifying the track is hot and riders are good to go. Checkered-Indicates in a practice setting that your designated class time has ended, please proceed to the designated entrance/exit immediately. White flag Red Cross- Indicates that a rider is down in an area that is obstructing the track. Slow down, two wheels on ground at all times and no jumping between the red cross flag and the incident sight causing flag. Black-Indicates you are endangering other people, maybe your riding in a class lower than your ability and the track operations manager wants to speak with you, also riding aggressively putting others at risk and if you don’t settle down you will be removed from the track. Yellow and red cross flags are the most common flags shown on a motocross track, please pay close attention for these flags so that everyone stays safe and has a fun day.