A Lap Around - Brooks Motocross Park


Brooks Motocross Park is located in the City of Brooks Alberta. The Park is managed by the non-profit group Brooks Motocross Club. Their focus is to have a safe, fun and family based place for people to ride and race Motocross, Enduro, and Cross-country.


- Check the Brooks Motocross Park before going just in case the facility is closed for any reasons, or having an event. 

- This track is run by a keyed entry. To sign in, pay and get a key - you have three options to go to:

A&E Racing & Marine located at 1140 2 St W, Brooks, AB T1R 0V5 

All Season Cycle located at 904 2 St W, Brooks, AB T1R 1B8

Husky Gas Station in Brooks (if you're riding on a Sunday this is your only option as the shops above are closed)

- Day fee is $20 CASH per rider.

- When arriving to the track, your key unlocks the main gate, make sure to close and lock the gate behind you.

- There are usually porta-potties mid-season on site for washrooms.

- Make sure to bring water and snacks, there are no concessions at the track.

- Tracks are generally not prepped, which leaves them in a natural old school motocross style. This track is a clay based track, with some fun jump features.

- Riding area available are: Main Track, Mini Track, Grass Loop and Enduro Area.

- Large spectating area for the Main Track and Mini Track. 


This facility is great for all levels and ages of riders. There’s a lot of space if you’re learning to ride. There is a small mini track loop for mini bikes, this would be a GREEN rated mini track. The main track doesn’t have any intimidating hills and jump features you can safely roll or progress to jumping. This would be a GREEN rated main track.

SurfinBerms is not affiliated with any riding areas or tracks. These reviews come from our observations gathered from first hand usage of the areas. These reviews are meant to give new riders to these areas a general idea of what to expect. Our goal is to get more and new riders to these great areas!

SurfinBerms Track/Trail Markings:
Green – Comfortable with rolling table tops, and doubles. Okay with going up and down small hills.
Blue – Confident going up and down larger hills. Comfortable with wheels coming off the ground.
Black – Confident with wheels coming off the ground. Higher speed sections. Steeper hills and jump obstacles.
Learning Area – Usually these will be wide open spaces, or large ovals to get comfortable on your bike.


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