2020 Metropolitan Sports Committee D34 Competition Partnership Tracks
c/o James Slaughter
21 DiMartino Ct
Walden, NY 12586
Track address – 442 Lykers Road, Carlisle, NY 12035
Directions: FROM ALBANY FROM NYC/NJ/HUDSON VALLEY:: Take the NYS I-90 West to Exit 25A onto I-88 West, Take Exit 24 to Route 20 Duanesburg, turn left, then right onto route 20 West. Take Route 20 West for approx 16 miles make left onto Lykers Road. Go 1/4 mile and make left at The Ranch at Carlisle to Diamondback MX on left.
c/o Steve Flach
353 Blodgett Hill Road
Coeymans Hollow, NY 12046
Echo Valley Facebook Page
Directions: Take the NYS I-87 to Exit 21B, make right on to Route 9W North, then left onto route 143. Take Route 143 approx 5 miles, then make right onto Blodgett Hill Rd. 1.5 Miles up on left to Echo Valley.
c/o Mike Gurda
239 Wisner Ave.
Middletown, NY 10940
Track address & Directions: Take NYS Thruway Exit 17 (Newburgh/Interstate 84) Take 84 West to Exit 4W.
Take 17 West to Exit 120. Make Left at traffic light at end of Exit ramp on to Route 211. Follow Route 211. Go Five (5) traffic lights. At fifth (5th) traffic light, make a left on to Carpenter Avenue. The Orange County Fairgrounds will be on the left hand-side.
Founded in 1959, the Metropolitan Sports Committee is one of the oldest grass roots motocross racing series in the United States of America. Hosting events just out side of the Metropolitan New York area, MSC has grown into one of the largest, most respected racing series in the country.
Many professional racers have started out amateur racing with MSC, such as Jammin’ Jimmy Weinert, Pat Moroney, Carlo Coen, Kurt McMillen, Scott Sheak, Ryan Mills, Phil Nicoletti, Justin Barcia, Luke Renzland, Justin Cooper, and many more.
c/o Kathy Fox
300 Orchard Drive
Wallkill, NY 12589
Track address & Directions: Take NYS Thruway Exit 17 (Newburgh/Interstate 84) Take left onto Route 300 North. At 5th light, make left and continue on Route 300 toward Wallkill. Approximately 1 mile after 1st light, bear right onto Orchard Drive. Walden MX approximately 1.5 miles up on left.
Motocross is the most popular form of amateur motorcycle racing in the United States, and with classes for machines from 50cc to more than 450cc, and riders age 4 to 50-plus, it’s a sport for the whole family.
Motocross races are run over natural- and man-made terrain courses with hills, jumps, and tight turns, typically with two races — or motos — in each class. A combined score from each moto is calculated to determine the overall placing. Recognized as one of the most strenuous sports in the world, motocross is also one of the most fun.