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April 8th RACE
April 22nd RACE
May 13th RACE
May 20th RACE
June 3rd RACE
June 10th RACE
July 1st RACE
July dates TBA FAIR RACE
August 5th RACE
August 19th RACE
September 2nd RACE
September 16th RACE
September 30th RACE
October 31st RACE


  • All classes must have a minimum of 3 entries to be ran or money will be refunded. You will also have the option to switch to another class
  • Running a 2 moto format with BOTH motor counting towards the overall finish
  • Trophies will be given 1 for every 3 riders

We are a little late getting this schedule up but Milton Motorsports Complex has re-opened and has a series of practices and races through November. The complex is located in Milton, WV and currently has a Motocross track and a new Arenacross track. The remaining schedule can be seen below and for more information on the track you can view the Facebook page here

Sunday September 4th – Practice
Saturday September 24th – Race

Saturday October 1st – Practice
Saturday October 15th – Race
Saturday October 22nd – Practice
Saturday October 29th – Halloween Race

Saturday November 5th – Practice
Saturday November 19th – Practice

Milton Motocross 2016


We just received a flyer for the Tri-State MX Championship Series hosted by Rolling Rock MX and Soggy Bottom MX. The 10 round series also includes several fair races in the Tri-State region and has a KLX110L giveaway! The first round gets started Saturday, May 14th and the series runs through the end of August. See the flyer below for more information and race dates or head over their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/tristatemx1




Mason Motocross located in Point Pleasant, WV is back and has posted their 2016 schedule. The first race is scheduled for May 14th as part of the WV Auto Fair. They are also running practice on Mondays of every race week and hope to work in some Saturday practices as well. More information including rules and directions can be found on their website: www.masonmotocross.com

Race Days
May 14 (Motocross & WV Auto Fair)
May 28
June 10-11 (Weekend Race)
June 25
July 9 (Fireworks!)
July 30
August 13 (Fair Race)
September 3
September 17

Series Banquet:
The banquet will be in sometime in October. An exact day will be announced later.

Practice Days
We will have practice on Mondays of race week. This year, we will also be trying to work in some Saturday practices as well.



The first round is already in the books (check the results here) but it’s not too late to enter into the 2016 Southern West Virginia MX Championship series at Burning Rock. With the series spanning the 2016 season there will be plenty of time to make up points. Burning Rock MX is located in Tams, WV just off of I-64/77. More information on the series can be found on the Burning Rock website.

Sunday April 3, 2016 MX Practice
Sunday April 17, 2016 MX Race 1
Saturday April 30, 2016 MX Practice
Sunday May 15, 2016 MX Race 2
Saturday (*PM) June 11, 2016 MX Race 3
Saturday June 25, 2016 MX Practice
Sunday July 10, 2016 MX Race 4
Sunday August 14, 2016 MX Practice
Sunday August 21, 2016 MX Race 5
Saturday (*PM) September 10, 2016 MX Race 6
Sunday September 25, 2016 MX Race 7
Sunday October 2, 2016 MX Race 8
Saturday October 8, 2016 MX Practice
Sunday October 16. 2016 MX Race 9

SWV Video Archives

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Take a break from binge watching the latest Netflix series and check out the SWVOffroad archives! Filled with all of the best SWV videos from tracks all around WV and the surrounding region. The playlist is continuously updating as the videos are found and pulled from old hard drives. Enjoy!


On February 12th, 2016 Ryan and Krista’s home caught fire around 12:30PM. The fire was contained and part of the home was saved and just had some heavy smoke damage. Later a second fire broke out and caused more damage to the remaining portion. Most of the house is destroyed and they lost nearly everything. Thankfully nobody was hurt and material things can be replaced but they need help getting back on their feet. If you cannot donate please share this and help raise awareness!



The Action Sports Indoor Motocross Championship plays host to thousands of motocross race fans and hundreds of amateur competitors beginning at 5 years old on 50cc mini bikes and an even more talented group of professional riders. Many of our past riders including National Supercross and Motocross Champions have achieved national stardom after competing in Action Sports events; could you be the next?

Twelve hundred cubic yards of dirt will be used to construct the race track. Double, triple and tabletop jumps along with whoop de doos or rockers will keep the riders flying through the air and battling bar to bar all weekend long.

The pits open for rider registration Friday & Saturday morning at 9 AM. Practice begins at 11 AM, Pro practice at 2:00, opening ceremonies at 7:00 PM and racing begins at 7:30. Racing usually lasts 2-1/2 to 3 hours. Pit passes for mechanics and family members are $20 per day. (Registered riders do not need a pit pass.) Pit passes allow all day access to the arena, grand stands and pit area. For your convenience a section of grandstands nearest the pit area will be reserved for pit pass holders, however you will be able to sit in any available seat.

After pro practice (approximately 3:00 PM) the entire building, including the pits will be cleared. The building will reopen to riders and those with pit passes at 6:15 PM each night. The building will close 1/2 hour after the event. Riders may leave their bike in the arena pits over night at their own risk.

All ticket holder seats this year are general admission (first come first serve). Tickets are available in advance at ticketmaster.com, charge by phone at 1-800-745-3000. Advance and day of show tickets are available at the arena box office with no additional fees (BEST DEAL). Ticket holders are not permitted in the pits at any time and are not admitted into the arena until 6:30 PM when the spectator doors open.

The Action Sports Indoor Motocross series began in 1984 and grew into a 15 round series through 1999 in Ohio, West Virginia and Kentucky. Our goal is to produce rider friendly, top quality events where youth, amateur and professional riders can compete in front of thousands of spectators and their families.


High Point 2015

It’s everyones favorite time of year again! Pro Motocross is starting this weekend and the 2015 High Point National located in Mt. Morris, PA is just around the corner. The weekend starts Friday, June 12th will a full day of amateur racing followed up Saturday with the 5th round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. The weekend caps off with the PAMX Spring Series on Sunday. This is your chance to watch the pros tear up the track and then take your own turn the next day! High Point is the premier motocross facility in the North East and has been hosting a pro national for 39 years running. There are rumors all around that this could be the last national at the track so be sure you make it out! Below is more information on the weekend, and you can always check out the MX Sports website HERE for up to date info. See you all there!


  • Free Motorcycle Parking and Gear/Helmet Check
  • On-site ATM presented by United Bank (Announcer Tower)
  • Grandstand seating
  • Open Air Festival seating
  • Nearly 100% Track Viewing from a variety of vantage points
  • Infield Track Viewing via Three Track Tunnels
  • Covered Super Ticket VIP Viewing Areas with live timing and scoring, private restrooms, and catering
  • Handicap Viewing Area
  • Large interactive Sponsor Village
  • State-of-the-art sound system
  • Event Simulcast on FM Radio
  • Food and Soft Drink Concessions
  • Onsite Free & VIP paid Parking
  • Handicap Parking
  • Easy Entry/Exit
  • On-site Camping
  • Potable water for Camper filling

Additional Information

  • No pets national weekend
  • Gates closed Midnight to 6 am daily – please plan accordingly
  • Convenient offsite paid parking across from front gate ($10)
  • Keep your radio tuned to WWMX 88.1 FM for up-to-date announcements, racing news, interviews and information throughout the weekend. Although we have a public address system, the best way to stay tuned is to tune in.
  • Be Social with High Point Raceway, like the official Facebook Page!

Local Partners

  • Morgantown Honda, Morgantown
  • Cernic’s Suzuki, Johnstown/Somerset
  • Cleveland Brothers CAT
  • Plum Construction
  • Park & Madison Boutique, Morgantown

Track Profile

In the early 1970’s, enterprising motocross race promoter Dave Coombs Sr. went on the search for the perfect motocross track. He had tried a couple of tracks in West Virginia that weren’t big enough, and then one in Keyser’s Ridge, Maryland, but that track’s rocky soil didn’t find favor with the riders. In the fall of 1976, he movied his races to Mount Morris, Pennsylvania, just across the state line above Morgantown, West Virginia, using the rich soil of a farm owned by the Jack and Carol Holbert families, who were racers themselves.

High Point Raceway opened in September ’76, but the originial layout would soon change. Shortly after opening, the Maico factory team stopped by looking for a place to practice while following the Trans-AMA Series, and they decided to revamp the track layout to make it more European, incorporating more hills and off-camber turns. Sylvain Beboers, Adolf Weil, and Hans Maisch laid down fallen tree branches and built small rock piles to ouline where they should go. In doing so, they created the basic design that High Point uses to this day.

The High Point circuit uses the land’s natural elevation to create uphill double and triple jumps and long sweeping corners in a natural ampitheater setting. To go fast on this highly regarded track today, riders have to dial in skills that were perfected three decades ago. But High Point, like the sport itself, has gone through changes over the years – most of them aimed at making a more fan-friendly track that also challenges the ever-evolving equipment modern race teams bring to Lucas Oil Pro Motocross. Trees were cleared from around the facility so fans can view nearly 100 percent of the track from a variety of vantage points, and the bigger jumps were put right in view of the largest spectator areas. In 2008, the track received a makeover courtesy of star track builder, Mark Peters, resulting in more hang-time for the riders. With a mix of the old school and the new, High Point is a true challenge for the racers and remains one of the most popular tracks in the entire sport.

The motocross world lost Dave Coombs Sr. on August 3, 1998, after a long battle with leukemia, but his family and the Holberts continue to produce the High Point National in his honor. The family bisiness, MX Sports, is also the driving force behind the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch, the Grand National Cross Country Series, the AMA Pro ATV Series, and now the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. And in a move that would make “Big Dave” proud, the first live network television broadcast of an AMA Pro Motocross race took place on June 13, 2009, with the High Point National being featured live on NBC a first for professional motocross in America.

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