NY tracks

Does anyone have any riding pics/videos of NY tracks? such tracks as Walden, Diamond, and Ace. I am thinkin of taking a trip to ride there over the summer and wanted to check the places out before I went. How are the tracks? Are they maintained? Are the tracks good for not so good riders ( Five months of no riding and I aint gunna go big till I gets some more practice time in). Which one is better and which one do you recommend/ride?

Where in NY are you from?

I haven't ridden the D34 tracks in a couple years, but Walden was always my favorite. I never cared for Dback, but I hear it's gotten better over the past couple of years.

the D 34 tracks you mentiond are race tracks all good tracks. diamondback likes to send peeps out in the meat waggon for some reason. but all are great they only race tho but the wensday before the race they usually have open practice... Joey

I raced in D34 last summer and I really like all the tracks. my favorite is probably Ace, you have to be fast and smooth to win there. Southwoods is up there as well but for very different reasons. It's very sandy, lots of ruts and braking bumps... never the same line twice (no Wednesday pratice). Diamondback is great as long as you can get good holeshots and jump the uphill triple you can keep in front of bigger bikes (rode a stock KX125 in plus 30). Walden is funny... I never seem to pratice there very well but when the gate drops it's a different story. Lots of elevation changes, high and low speed corners, and lots of line and some good timing jumps. I took high points for the season there as well as 1ST place for the year in total points starting mid season (July). Here are some pics from last year (can't wait to start racing my new CRF250R this year).




i race dist 34 and all those tracks are awesome.... but u can only ride on them on wedsday at open practice or race on it on sunday.. there is some saturday open practices that walden and ace have this year but its not a lot..

www.acemotocross.com this site can bring u to all the tracks..

diamonback is a awesome track if u like jumps..

ace is a all about corners and jumps with some straights.

walden is like a real motocross track with not a lot of jumps

southwoods is hills and very tight racing with sand

clavorack is deff. the old school style of racing..

all of the tracks above are great..

diamonback is a awesome track if u like jumps..

ace is a all about corners and jumps with some straights.

walden is like a real motocross track with not a lot of jumps

southwoods is hills and very tight racing with sand

clavorack is deff. the old school style of racing..

Where is Southwoods and Clavorack? Are they both race tracks and if so are there any practice tracks in the area? I really dont want to further north than that cuz I think it will take a while to get there.

Im from brooklyn. How long do you guys think it would take me to get there?

Is it just me, or is this guy going to land very hard?


hey be nice :naughty: after the landing there is a very sharp and deep right followed by a sharp left which you have to cut to the inside of both corners to make up time. it's the kind of jump that you need to land high on the tranny to make it worth jumping, overjump it and try to get out of 12 inches of loam roughly 20 feet from the inside line on a 125. just trying to save some face, but i will admit it looks rough in the photo.

ace is by far my favorite. never been to walden though... have to get there this year. It's def. worth the long trip for some fun :naughty: an interesting note is that these tracks are Ryan Mill's home tracks. Alot of people my age used to race against him and now he is like ranked #8 or 9 in ama pro 125. maybe overall, but at least east.

Walden is my favorite of the 3 but the uphill jump in the back at Diamondback is really a blast.

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