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WHAT DO YOU NEED FOR YOUR NEXT RIDE?
FIND IT BELOW AT NATIONWIDE STORES OR USE LOCAL DEALERS & SHOPS ON THE RIGHT BORDER OF YOUR STATE OR PROVINCE PAGE.

AERIAL PHOTOS/
TOPOGRAPHIC MAPS

CUSTOM GRAPHICS

HELMET CAMERAS

INSURANCE -
RIDER / CLUB / LANDOWNER

MX/RIDING SCHOOLS

ONE STOP SHOPPING - protective gear, grips, bars, new plastic, common parts, tires, tubes, plugs, exhaust, etc.

SUSPENSION

TIRES/WHEELS/HUBS

TRACK BUILDERS

TRAIL BUILDERS

TRAILERS

 

 


WHAT DO YOU NEED FOR YOUR NEXT RIDE?
FIND IT BELOW AT SOUTH DAKOTA SHOPS OR LOOK AT NATIONWIDE BUSINESSES ON THE LEFT BORDER.

BIKE/ATV RENTAL

MX/RIDING SCHOOL

ONE STOP SHOPPING - protective gear, grips, bars, assorted common parts, etc.

SUSPENSION

TRAILERS

TRACK BUILDERS

 

 

 

GP & HARESCRAMBLES

A&W Powersports
 

MOTOCROSS

Gramma's MX Park
Isabel Motocross Track
Scramblers Cycle Club

 

TRAILS

Black Hills National Forest
Oahe Downstream OHV Area
 


MOTOCROSS & TRAILS

Revheim Bay OHV Area

 

 

Black Hills National Forest

Description:
The Black Hills has hundreds of miles of primitive roads that are ideal for OHV riding. You'll be sharing these roads with other traffic, so ride carefully. Traffic volume is usually low on these roads but increases during fall hunting season. In some portions of the forest, travel management rules prohibit off-road riding to protect soils and other natural features. In the Wyoming portion of the Black Hills National Forest, all OHV's must be licensed (street legal) or be registered in Wyoming's OHV program before use in the forest. Check state requirements for proper licensing. Additional information is available by calling the Wyoming State Trails Program at (307) 777-7477. As on all National Forest System lands, the Black Hills National Forest requires that machines with gasoline-powered engines are equipped with USDA Forest Service (USDA FS)-approved working mufflers and spark arrestors.

Please remember that using motor vehicles off designated roads and trails causes extensive resource damage and wildlife disturbance. The Black Hills National Forest map shows the travel management areas. Forest motorized vehicle recreationists have a responsibility to care for the land by staying on designated motorized routes and following travel management regulations for the particular area in which they are riding. The Black Hills National Forest encourages all motorized users to follow the Tread Lightly! pledge: Travel and recreate with minimum impact; Respect the environment and the rights of others; Educate yourself - plan and prepare before you go; Allow for future use of the outdoors--leave it better than you found it; Discover the rewards of responsible recreation.
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Oahe Downstream OHV Area
20439 Marina Loop Road
Ft. Pierre, SD 57532
(605) 223-7722
Email: Oahe@state.sd.us

Description: The Oahe Downstream OHV Area features almost 400 acres of hilly grassland, river bluff and vegetated shale slopes for you to explore. Boundaries are marked, but there are no designated trails.
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Revheim Bay OHV Area
C/O Indian Creek
Recreation Area
12905 288th Ave.
Mobridge, SD 57601
(605) 845-7112
Email: IndianCreek@state.sd.us

Description: Revheim Bay Recreation Area is a day-use park with four picnic shelters, a playground, an OHV area with a 1.1 mile track, two sets of horseshoe pits, and a sand volleyball court. The picnic shelters range in size from large groups to small families and are reservable through the reservation system up to 90 days in advance. The park is a great place to hold a family reunion, company picnic, or just to spend the day lounging about.
Directions

 

 

Isabel Motocross Track
West Texas Street
Isabel, SD
(605) 466-2452

Description: fun track, small, but fast. Has whoops, tabletops, and an over and under.
Fees: Free
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Scramblers Cycle Club
(605) 665-9121
Email: scramblersmx@yahoo.com

Description: We are currently doing many things to promote the sport of MX. If you have any questions please feel free to call or email. Also we are very easy to arrange riding at the track at almost anytime!

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SOUTH DAKOTA

To our South Dakota riders:
Please send us tracks and trails for: dirt bikes, motorcycles, or ATVs. Locations we have not listed or useful info about the locations we have listed are greatly appreciated. Remember: Always Call Before You Haul to any location. Click here to send us your track or a trail we have not listed.
Also, if you are riding club and looking for land to ride on, please send us your information(# of members, contact info, and what acreage you are looking for) and we will start a web page for clubs looking for land to lease or rent.

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