Sidney Cycle Association
The Sidney Cycle Association, Inc. (a non-profit
corporation) was formed to promote off-road motorcycle and
ATV riding and provide a place to do so. The Lodgepole
Valley Motocross Track was purchased by the SCA for that
reason. The track is open to the public to ride at no charge
and membership is not required to ride at the Lodgepole
Valley Motocross Track. However, we encourage all track
users to be responsible to help keep this great facility
open for future riders by joining the SCA today! The SCA
encourages anyone to join the association whether you are a
rider or not. The cost per year is only $45 per family or
$35 per individual.
The facility has
four designated riding areas that are perfect for all skill
levels and ages of off-road enthusiasts.
Motocross Track: The motocross track is 1.5 miles in
length and features an 18 bike starting gate. Built over
rolling terrain, this track features table tops, double
jumps, a rhythm section, uphill double jumps and other
natural terrain obstacles like off camber turns and G-outs.
ATV Track: The newly redesigned ATV track features
many jumps and corners that have been designed to be ATV
friendly. Doubles, tabletops, berms and rolling terrain make
this a great place to ride your quad.
Pee Wee Track: The Pee Wee track is newly designed
for the smaller riders who are not quite ready for the
bigger tracks. This track is smaller in scale and is
designed with safety in mind. The track is located south
east of the main track.
Terrace Trail: The Terrace Trail is a natural terrain
trail that is 2.8 miles in length. It follows the contours
of terraced hills and draws with many corners. This is a
great riding spot for those who prefer trail riding over
Directions - The Lodgepole Valley Motocross Track is
located ten miles east of Sidney, Nebraska near the town of
Sunol. To get to the track, take I-80 10 miles east of
Sidney, Nebraska to the Sunol Exit 69, go North 1.5 miles on
the paved road, track is on the east side of the road.
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Harlan County Lake
Offroaders, looking for a great place to ride or drive?
Harlan County Reservoir is your destination for a roaring
good time during periods of low water. The Corp of Engineers
managed lakebed is open for ATV, Dirtbike or 4X4
enthusiasts. Restrictions apply around the lake, so be sure
to check with the Corps of Engineers for designated
off-limits. For more information, please email
trail building company listed on our
Colorado page, is currently
completing the field design phase for 14 miles of trails
based on rolling contour stacked loop design standards. It
will integrate a Kids Loop, Learning Loop, Intermediate
skills loops, and advanced skills loops on a little over 500
acres of property.
The first construction phase for the trail is due to go out
to bid in April 2008 and hopefully be completed during the
Fall of 2008. Future Amenities will include new Parking and
Camp Ground facilities.
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