NJMP Field of Dreams has three different tracks for every kind of rider and one beginner/training track area and a trails system for woods riders!
1.4 miles of AMA national-style motocross track rivals the best national tracks. Challenges all levels of riders and racers. With a beautiful mix and sandy clay, this track has it all. This track is perfect for any size bike. On the first Saturday of each month, quads can ride on it too!
Vet track- for the rider/racer who prefers an intermediate between the national style and regional motocross. Full-size track for ATVs Trikes side-by-sides, which is perfect for the motocrosser who doesn’t want the rough and rutted full-blown motocross track. This track is open for all bikes, as well as quads, side-by-sides, and buggies.
The NEW Supercross & Mini Track Formerly known as the Mini Track. has been rebuilt to suit SX Future Racers, Advanced Racers & Riders and of course for the Beginner Riders, 50cc & Mini ATV riders. There are separate practice days for SX Big Bikes and Mini Small Bikes. Call in advance to find out what days the practices are running.
Adults on Pit Bikes can ride on the Mini Track! Let us know during sign-up on any practice day and we will make a class for Pit Bikes on the Mini Track.
New for 2020!!!!!!
Area 51 for beginners/training area
Hosts the “Mini Bike Rodeo”
Area 51 is reserved as the “Kindergarten” of Field of Dreams and rounds out our selection of unique rider specific tracks.
This affords the youngest and/or least experienced riders a beginner appropriate course in which the parents or guardians can be close by to assist, cheer, coach or spectate as the young ones hone their skills.
While we make rare special exceptions, the guidelines you can expect to see at Area 51 are as follows.
- Rider’s age should not be over 13 years.
- Play Bikes up to 150cc
- Race bikes up to 65cc
- Mini ATV’s up to 110cc
- Riders of any age with significant race experience – if you are too fast you may be asked to step up to the other tracks……… this one is for riders who are just starting out.
- Any Motorcycle with wheels larger than 19” front and 16” rear.
Any ATV larger than 110cc