RIDGE MX. ITS TIME TO RIDE.
Fresh off his recent 6th place finish at Loretta's in the 450B class Zach Redding swung out to link up with Blake Rossman of Pulse MX to snag some footage and laps at one of our Thursday Limited Practice. Always a pleasure to watch and support such an awesome guy and talented rider! Keep an eye out for the 922, this guy is going places! #Ridgemx #JMC 🎥- @BlakeRossman Pulse.mx🛵- @Zachredding
Posted by Ridge MX on Tuesday, August 22, 2017
We're not happy that we had to cancel both the March 11th and March 12th RidgeMX Practice Dates because of the weather. To feel better, we are sharing a video from our practice days. #RidgeSpringSeries #RideTheRidge #ThrowbackThursdayProduced & Edited by Christian Moore.
Posted by Ridge MX on Thursday, March 9, 2017
The Ridge MX track is a .9 mile long, national caliber outdoor circuit that is comprised of over 13 different corners ranging from supercross style bowl corners with split lane options providing exceptional passing opportunities, to fast sweepers and dog leg corners. There is a beautifully positioned sand sweeper that rounds out your lap connecting you back to the entrance/exit of the track. Mixed within these various turns is a wide array of obstacles that are sure to please even the most seasoned professional rider, but built with the entry level rider in mind. Smaller 15 foot doubles and table tops give way to two challenging rhythm sections that allow you to be as creative and expressive with your riding as you would like. A perfectly placed high speed 65+ foot double is quickly followed by a step up that is perfect for the pro rider to throw down some awesome whips, but gentle enough to allow the intermediate and junior level rider to hone their skills and get that weightless feeling that will leave anyone smiling. Our 90 foot triple is a perfect example of what makes this track a national caliber track coupled with a lane width of over 20 feet, whoop sections and roller sections, S turns, 180 degree bowl turns, step-downs and wall jumps; the Ridge offers everything you would want in a track. The dirt at the Ridge MX park is primarily native loam, which allows multiple inside and outside lines to form as the day goes on. One lap around the Ridge MX track will leave you searching for more, and with multiple jump combination options and line choices the possibilities are endless.