1st stop AMA west coast CC national at Buckeye


I'm thinking about the 700 mile trip (1400 round trip) anybody race a Hare Scramble or CC out @ Arizona Cycle Park? From the aerial map it looks just like a plot of land with a track. Not sure what caliber especially a National could be ran there any insight?

Here is the new West Coast National Schedule that just came out.. pretty short time to put together a trip for the 2nd.

2011 AMA Racing West Hare Scrambles Championship

Series Schedule

Round 1

January 2 – Amateur & Youth

Arizona Cycle Park

Beverly Howard-White

623-853-0750 Ext. 4



LOC: Buckeye, AZ

Round 2

February 19 - Youth

February 20 - Amateur

Salinas Ramblers

Derrick Morris




LOC: Paicines, CA

Round 3

April 2 – Youth

April 3 - Amateur


Jeff Bauer




LOC: Cow Mountain, Lake Port, CA

Round 4

April 16 – Youth

April 17 - Amateur

Redding Dirt Riders

Karl Hankins




LOC: Chappie-Shasta OHV Area

Shasta Lake, CA

Round 5

May 28 – Amateur

May 29 – Youth

100’s MC

Ryan Sanders




LOC: Red Mountain-Ridgecrest, CA

Round 6

June 11 - Youth

June 12 - Amateur

ETRA, Inc.

Toni Bamford




LOC: Elkton, OR

Round 7

August 27 - Youth

August 28 - Amateur

Lone Peak Racing

Jamey Kabisch




LOC: Big Sky Resort - Big Sky, MT

There are some pretty popular single track and 2-track loops surrounding that track. Hopefully they have a permit to run those trails.

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