Babes in the Dirt

BABES IN THE DIRT 5 | ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW | A MUST READ

Hi Ladies!!!!! We are so excited to see everyone this weekend for Babes in the Dirt 5! We put together a comprehensive list of everything you need to know. If its not on here, its not a big deal, we promise! Please read this email 4-5 times to ensure you have all the info and if you still have questions, follow the instructions at the bottom of this email for additional assistance.

  • Babes in the Dirt 5 is 100% sold out which means if you show up without a ticket , we will have to turn you away. If you show up without a parking pass, your vehicle won’t be allowed through gates. There is no overflow or “day” parking available so you’d need to park elsewhere in the park and come over (only if you have a general admissions ticket to enter). Only those with a ticket will be allowed inside gates so if someone is dropping you off / dropping off gear, they will have to leave it or you at the front entrance :) A map of Hungry Valley can be found HERE. which shows the entire park and routes to and from the sites in the area. If you are transferring your ticket or parking to another rider, it must be put in their name Tuesday 5 pm pacific as we go to print with the guest list and leave to build out the site for your arrival. Any transfers made after the cut off will not be acknowledged at the gates as we go off the guest list in our hands only and not printed tickets to reduce "fake" tix (I know right!! But attendees have bamboozled us before.. le sigh*)

  • Gates open at 10AM sharp on Friday and no one will be allowed through the gate before 10AM unless you are volunteering, staff, or sposnors. Please do not block any roadways while waiting in line. We will be checking IDs at gate to ensure your ID matches the ticket and that you are over 21. If you forgot your ID, you will sadly be turned away. Sorry! It’s the law / rules via our permit.

  • Upon signing waiver, getting wristband, and parking tag, you will be flagged into parking as you entered and put into the next available spot which is chalk marked. If you want to camp next to your friends, make sure to arrive together as there is no space saving. Keep all items, gear, etc in your parking space. Anything spilling out into the fire road will be removed.

  • Be prepared to show your wristband every time you enter the event space. Simply hold up your wrist and you will be waved through gates.

  • Please check in before 9pm each night. There will be overnight security /late night / early am check in team that will be located in the kiosk. They are military and first responders so if anything arises, please do not hesitate to ask them for help. They will be wearing security shirts.

    BABES IN THE DIRT 5 RULES AND REGS

    We know these are no-brainers but we have to remind all guests as violation of any of these rules & regulations result in the attendee being kicked out immediately and banned from all future events. We take your safety and our guests safety VERY seriously.

    • HELMETS ON anytime a bike is in motion. Nothing will get an attendee kicked out faster than riding without a helmet. We know, we know.. but its not 1965 anymore <3

    • If the ambulance isn’t on site, the track is CLOSED! No riding the track unless you see that big red and blue ambulance on site. Track hours are posted on the schedule of events but as a rule, NO RIDING THE TRACK AFTER 6PM

    • No drinking and riding. Our 24/ hr security will escort anyone who appears to be riding intoxicated off the property.

    • NO GLASS CONTANERS - please do not bring any glass bottles and stick to cans only ..or crap box wine.. that is legit too. 

    • No ripping through camp on your bike or mini bike. Keep speeds low at all times when in camp. 

    • Do not sneak in un-ticketed guests. We will find out…we always do.

    • No touching or going through any sponsors setup, sitting on the demo bikes, etc after activation are shut down. You will be asked to leave if we see anyone messing with these setups after hours as its a huge no no <3

    • No burn outs or hot doggin’.

    • Trash must be properly disposed of. Please help us keep the site clean & leave no trace. 

    • Wristbands must be worn at all times. Do not take off until you leave for good as our staff will be checking for bands all weekend. Make sure to hold up your wrist and show your band each time you enter the site.

    • Parking decals must stay visible in rear view

    • No Eazy Ups can be set up for safety reasons (far too windy!)

    • No burning of any kind at the camping spaces 

    • No charcoal grills are permitted

    • No one is allowed to hang banners or signage at their camp site. It's not fair to our sponsors who've put a lot of work into this event. 

    • No one is permitted to sell or handout anything on site (no stickers, flyers, business cards etc). We spend countless hours cleaning these items up as people trash them 99% of the time and again, it's not fair to our sponsors. 

    Alright! Now that the worst part is over, Let's get to the "what the hell do I bring" portion. By no means is this list the all mighty everything under the sun kind of list but rather necessities we think are important. As always, if you have special needs, pack what YOU need to stay comfortable. 

    BABES IN THE DIRT CAMPING BASICS 

    • Tent (there are no trees for hammocks). Hot Tip: Pre-check your tent to ensure all parts are there. Nothing is worse than missing stakes, rods, or flys. It gets super windy out there so secure your stuff or it wont be there when you return from your ride.

    • Sleeping Pad 

    • Sleeping Bag Hot Tip (check weather to see temps to see if you'll need additional blankets)

    • Headlamp 

    • Water bottle and a gallon of water per person per day! There is NO drinkable water on site

    • Cooler full of snacks and adult beverages

    • Wet wipes / face wipes

    • Sunscreen! The weather is very unpredictable so plan for the worst and the best :)

    • Basic toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, face lotion etc)

    • Portable phone charger

    • Hand sanitizer 

    • EXTRA toilet paper. It's for your own good. 

    • Your favorite pair of sweatpants to chill in

    • Camp chair

    • Trash bags. You are responsible for your garbage aka leave no trace

    • Pillow

    • Extra fuel for your moto

    • Clothes for warm days and cold nights (we will have Babes in the Dirt hoodies and windbreakers for sale!)

    • Your motocross gear if you have it

    • $$ always have cash on you no matter what. Where we are set up has 0 wifi / spotty wifi so credit cards may not be accepted depending on signal.

    • $$ cash for merch (just wait until you see the Babes in the Dirt exclusive merch with Fox Womens!)

    • $$ cash for food truck

    • Credit Cards (doing our best to get wifi)

    • Camera or GoPro

    • Positive mental attitude. Be nice, say hello to your neighbor, and remember, ladies are here because the love to ride dirt or are interested in it. 

    HOT TIP: Before you start packing up, have your dirt bike serviced and ensure it has a spark arrestor BEFORE you come to the event. Tickets can cost up to $800 in fines as the state park takes fire prevention in California very seriously. As always, it is no one's responsibility but yours to fix ya hooptie so take it in and be confident that your bike will be a runner.

    A FEW MORE HELPFUL LINKS: 

  • SCHEDULE OF EVENTS CLICK HERE

  • JOIN THE BABES IN THE DIRT 5 FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE BY CLICKING HERE

  • TO SIGN UP FOR GARRAHAN OFF-ROAD TRAINING CLASSES, CLICK HERE

  • TRAIL RECOMMENDATIONS CLICK HERE

  • FOOD TRUCK MENU CLICK HERE

  • CHECK OUT THE NEW FOX WOMENS x BABES IN THE DIRT MERCH CLICK HERE

If you still have questions and you did not find answers here or on the ticket FAQ, please email babesrideout@gmail.com before Tuesday 5 pm or forever hold your peace (as we will be on site building and won’t be able to answer you after that). Thank you so so so much and safe travels to Babes in the Dirt 5.

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The Official Babes in the Dirt 5 Schedule of Events

We are one week out from Babes in the Dirt 5! Ready? Us too! Below you’ll find the schedule of events for this year’s activities. Take a few minutes over the 2nd cup of morning coffee and dive in. At the bottom is a list of consolidated links to help you navigate the weekend so give those a few clicks too.

EVENT SCHEDULE

Friday April 26th

10am: SHARP: Gates open to guests. Everyone MUST sign a waiver and get a wristband & hang your parking tag in your rear view mirror.

12pm: MANDATORY Riders meeting at pavilion (for those who have arrived)

12pm-8pm Food & beverage available for purchase from Chef TLC

12:30pm: Husky Demos start . If you missed the sign ups, stop by 30 min before each demo to see if there are any open spots from those who did not show up.

2pm: Garrahan Off-road training course starts for those who have signed up

5pm-7pm: VC London team talks inside pavilion

6pm: Track closes. Everyone must be off the MX track by 6pm sharp.

7pm-10pm: Toyota SoCal welcome DJ dance party in side pavilion

10pm: Unwind, quiet campfire hangs,  time to rest up for the next day of riding

10:30pm: Generators must be shut off

Saturday April 27th

7am-10am: Breakfast / coffee for purchase by Chef TLC

8am Garrahan Off-road training course begins for those who signed up

9:15am: MANDATORY riders meeting at pavilion.

9am: Husky demos start

12pm-4pm: Lunch & snacks for purchase all day by Chef TLC

5pm-8pm: Dinner for purchase by Chef TLC

4pm-6pm: National Hare and Hound mini bike races at mini track. Must be pre-registred (stop by their booth to do so).

6pm: Track closes. Everyone must be off the MX track by 6pm sharp.

6:30pm: Raffle!!!

7pm-10pm: Karaoke dance party sponsored by Toyota SoCal in pavilion

10pm: Unwind, quiet campfire hangs

10:30pm: Generators must be shut off

Sunday April 28th

9am-10am: Husky demos are open, first come first serve. If you missed out on a demo, stop by their booth to see if you can take a rip!

8am: Garrahan Offroad training course for those who signed up

1:30pm: Pack up and head home. See you next year!

2pm: ALL GUESTS AND VEHICLES MUST BE OFF PROPERTY (unless you are taking a class or demoing, then 3pm max.

We can’t believe this event sold out! Friendly reminder we are maxed out on space and there is no additional parking / overflow. If your car / truck does not have a parking pass, you must carpool.

  • JOIN THE BABES IN THE DIRT 5 FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE BY CLICKING HERE . You can link up with ladies, say hi, buy/sell tickets and parking passes on this page. All transfers must be done by Tuesday 4/23 midnight.

  • WANT TO WORK OR VOLUNTEER FOR THE EVENT? CLICK HERE TO SEE WHERE WE NEED HELP AND TO SIGN UP.

  • TO SIGN UP FOR GARRAHAN OFF-ROAD TRAINING CLASSES, CLICK HERE

  • TRAIL RECOMMENDATIONS CLICK HERE

  • FOOD TRUCK MENU CLICK HERE

  • CHECK OUT THE NEW FOX WOMENS x BABES IN THE DIRT MERCH CLICK HERE

Babes in the Dirt 5

What to Pack for Babes in the Dirt 5 | The Comprehensive List That Probably Leaves a Few Things Out

Dirt dirt dirt everywhere! Welcome to Babes in the Dirt 5! Lets make sure you have everything you need to enjoy the weekend! We have put together an awesome list of things we suggest to bring with you and what to expect. Take a scroll and get ready to load up!

Photo by Genevieve Davis

Photo by Genevieve Davis

Alright! Now to the "what the hell do I bring" portion. By no means is this list the all mighty everything under the sun kind of list but rather necessities we think are important. As always, if you have special needs, pack what YOU need to stay comfortable. 

There are no individual fire pits for grilling and coals are prohibited due to fire protocols. Small camp stoves and propane fire pits are ok (Jetboil makes a great mini camp stove if ya need one!).One of our favorite food trucks will be on site. Click HERE to view the menu!

Babes in the Dirt Camping Basics 

  • Tent (there are no trees for hammocks). Hot Tip: Pre-check your tent to ensure all parts are there. Nothing is worse than missing stakes, rods, or tent tops. IT GETS VERY VERY WINDY OUT THERE SO PLEASE BRING STAKES FOR YOUR TENT

  • Sleeping Pad

  • Sleeping Bag Hot Tip (check weather to see temps to see if you'll need additional blankets). The weather is very unpredictable up there.

  • Headlamp

  • Ear plugs and face mask. It gets really windy out there and a blowing tent can keep you up all night!

  • Water bottle and a gallon of water per person per day! There is NO drinkable water on site

  • Cooler full of snacks and adult beverages

  • Wet wipes / face wipes

  • Sunscreen! The weather is looking bright and cloudless!

  • Basic toiletries (toothbrush, toothpaste, face lotion etc)

  • Portable phone charger

  • Hand sanitizer

  • EXTRA toilet paper. It's for your own good.

  • Your favorite pair of sweatpants to chill in

  • Camp chair

  • Trash bags. You are responsible for your garbage | leave no trace

  • Pillow (camp size)

  • Extra fuel for your moto

  • Clothes for warm days and cold nights (we will have Babes in the Dirt hoodies and windbreakers for sale!)

  • Your motocross gear if you have it

  • $$ always have cash on you no matter what. Where we are set up has 0 wifi so no credit cards can be used.

  • $$ cash for merch (just wait until you see the Babes in the Dirt exclusive merch!)

  • $$ cash for food truck for breakfast, lunch, and dinner

  • Credit Cards (doing our best to get wifi)

  • Camera or GoPro

  • Positive mental attitude. Be nice, say hello to your neighbor, and remember, ladies are here because the love to ride dirt or are interested in it.

HOT TIP: Before you start packing up, have your dirt bike serviced and ensure it has a spark arrestor BEFORE you come to the event. Tickets can cost up to $800 in fines as the state park takes fire prevention in California very seriously. As always, it is no one's responsibility but yours to fix ya hooptie so take it in and be confident that your bike will be a runner.

Babes in the Dirt 4 Rules and Regs

  • Helmets ON anytime a bike is in motion

  • No drinking and riding

  • No burn outs or hot doggin’

  • Trash is properly disposed of. Please help us keep the site clean & leave no trace

  • Wristbands must be worn at all times

  • Parking decals must stay visible in rearviews

  • No Eazy Ups are allowed to be set up for safety reasons (far too windy!)

  • No burning of anything at your camping space

  • No charcoal grills are permitted

  • No one is allowed to hang banners or signage at their camp site. It's not fair to our sponsors who've put a lot of work into this event.

  • No one is permitted to sell or handout anything on site (no stickers, flyers, business cards etc). We spend countless hours cleaning these items up as people trash them 99% of the time and again, it's not fair to our sponsors.

A Few More Helpful Links: 

  • FOR ALL INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION, CLICK HERE

  • JOIN THE BABES IN THE DIRT 5 FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE BY CLICKING HERE

  • WANT TO WORK OR VOLUNTEER FOR THE EVENT? CLICK HERE TO SEE WHERE WE NEED HELP AND TO SIGN UP.

  • TO SIGN UP FOR GARRAHAN OFF-ROAD TRAINING CLASSES, CLICK HERE

  • TRAIL RECOMMENDATIONS CLICK HERE

  • FOOD TRUCK MENU CLICK HERE

  • CHECK OUT THE NEW FOX WOMENS x BABES IN THE DIRT MERCH CLICK HERE

  • TO SIGN UP FOR THE HUSQVARNA DEMO, CLICK HERE

Safe travels and see you at 10 am Friday morning.

 

Caselli Foundation x Babes in the Dirt x CPR & First Responder Training

When you have hobbies that involve two wheels, its imperative that you learn CPR and basic life saving skills. We are grateful for the chance to partner with the Kurt Caselli Foundation to certify 30 ladies, who attend Babes in the Dirt, in CPR and First Responder training with Life Goes On coaches at Fox Racing Headquarters. If you are interested in learning these necessary skills, contact Life Goes On to see when their next class is. You won’t regret it :)

Tuned to Perfection | FMF is Coming to Babes in the Dirt 5

We are proud to have FMF aka Flying Machine Factory on site this year at Babes in the Dirt 5. When you are looking to add power, speed, and over-all performance you do not need to look much further than a FMF Racing exhaust system! Not only will FMF be providing on site support by speaking to ladies on how to enhance their riding experience, they are also hosting the track photographer to ensure you gets some pics of yourself catching air, and are also donating exhaust systems to the raffle to help us raise additional funds for the on site ambulance.

FMF | Enhancing rider experience since 1973

FMF | Enhancing rider experience since 1973

FMF founder Don Emler, built his business from his garage in 1973 into a prominent motorcycle parts company. Over the decades, FMF has seen an amazing transformation in the world of motorcycles and ATVs. The progression of the technology is one of the challenges that keeps them going. FMF was there in the days when the singleshock and watercooled engines were huge innovations and we’re glad to be here now for the aluminum chassis and electronic fuel injection. Their goal will never change – take the most advanced machinery to its limit by building the world’s best performing exhausts. And its a fact, they’ve build every exhaust by hand from start to finish right here in the U.S.

At the end of the day, there is always one major force keeping FMF motivated–throwing a leg over the bike and heading for the trails or the track. The biggest reward for them is knowing they are helping customers get the most out of their riding experience.

Every exhaust is made right here in California. Give this video a watch to see how its done & make sure to stop by their booth to learn more. Connect socially by clicking here @FMF73

Professional Flat Tracker Leah Tokelove is Making Her Way to Babes in the Dirt 5 from the UK!

Leah Tokelove isn’t your average 21 year old even though she says she is. Looking over her accomplishments the past few years is simply incredible as she has not only become a professional racer on her Indian Motorcycle for the Hooligan series, she also races competitively with her KTM in the Pro class. That’s not all…..she has also opened training classes, Days on the Dirt, to help ladies in the UK learn the fundamentals of riding and did we mention she’s a full time student and holds down a job that requires heavy labor at her dad’s building site? If people ever doubted superwoman, here she is. Get to know Leah Tokelove and make sure to give her and the VC London ladies a VERY warm, welcome as they cross the pond to join us at Babes in the Dirt 5!

Photo by Sarah Emma Smith

Photo by Sarah Emma Smith

Name: Leah Tokelove

Instagram Handle: @leahtokelove37

What’s in your garage?

  • Indian Scout Sixty Hooligan Racer

  • Indian Scout Sixty (For road rips), got my license in January!

  • KTM 450 SX-F – My Flat Track race bike

  • KTM 250 SX-F - For Motocross fun

  • Honda CRF125

  • Kawasaki KLX 110

  • Honda Mini Framer with a CB125 engine

  • Honda CRF 250 - (Kindly lent to me by Tara Henry for Trails)

Wow now I feel greedy, motos for every occasion!

Who are you sponsored by?

  • Indian Motorcycle

  • -Alpinestars

  • Bell Helmets

  • S&S Cycle

  • Krazy Horse Customs

  • VC London

  • STANCE

  • Greenfield Dirt Track

  • DTRA

  • Days on the Dirt

  • My awesome family

Tell us about where you are from:

I’m from Lincolnshire in the UK. It’s pretty much the middle of nowhere on the east coast of England, which is ideal as there are plenty of opportunities to ride motorcycles without bothering anyone. I still live in Lincolnshire now and I don’t think that I’ll ever really leave- I’m a country gal.

Tell us about yourself and what you are into:

Aside from racing I think I’m your average 21-year-old student. I like binge watching Netflix, eating way too much crap and drinking more than I can handle- haha. All joking aside increasingly I have very little time for that, as recently my racing has become a lot more serious, most of my spare time away from the track is focused on prep and training. I race Flat Track in the UK, racing for Indian Motorcycle in the Hooligan Series and my own KTM in the Pro class. When I’m not racing or practicing Flat Track I like to go trail riding (I passed my test back in January for my license and I’m now addicted to trails) or I go motocrossing. So really, I like riding a bit of everything. When I’m not riding I’m actually a University student, studying Business Management (yawn) and I work part-time laboring on my Dad’s building site. But have recently started my own business ‘Days on the Dirt’ (more on this to follow). Being a student and racing actually fits together nicely, it gives me a lot of flexibility to train, ride and travel for events. I really enjoy sports of any kind and just generally being active. I love traveling and enjoy writing about my experiences. I hate tuna and carrots.

What inspired you to want to ride two wheels?

Growing up in rural Lincolnshire we don’t have many cool parks, shops or attractions. There’s not really that much to do as a kid, but there is an abundance of fields for learning how to ride motorcycles on! And with the encouragement of my Father who had dirt bikes and a bike on the road it was quite natural for me to start riding. My dad got me a little PW50 as my first ripper, at the age of 5. And we used to just ride around the farm near to where we lived, he was on his KTM and I was on my little Peewee. We’d just tootle about for fun. And for a long time, riding dirtbikes was all about fun for me, I’d never considered doing anything more than that. But after one Summer of riding KLX 110’s (I still have these to date) when I was around twelve/thirteen, I had ridden non-stop and found that I was actually getting pretty good, as fast as my Dad and faster than a fair few of his mates! So, we thought that an ideal place for me to make my racing debut was just at a local series on the beach! My Dad bought me a Suzuki RM85 and it was my first ever bike with a clutch, I spent a couple of weeks getting used to that, did a lot of accidental wheelies and before I knew it I’d lined up for my first race! From there I progressed onto racing Flat Track when we realized that all the fast lads on the beach were doing this Flat Track, so I thought I’d give it a go and now well… the rest is history!

Tell us about Days on the Dirt?

To put it simply the ultimate goal of Days on the Dirt is to get more women riding motorcycles and more women racing them! I do believe that in the UK prior to Days on the Dirt, there was nowhere that a complete beginner could go and learn to ride a motorcycle. I also feel very strongly about the importance of women only events after talking to lots of women about them and knowing how I, a confident rider, do sometimes feel intimidated on generic training days. At Days on the Dirt we have created the ideal environment for women to come and learn, alongside like-minded women who are all there for the same reason- to learn new skills. Whether that be to learn how to ride a motorcycle, develop flat track sills or ride motocross for the first time- we can give women that opportunity at Days on the Dirt. I’m so proud of what Days on the Dirt is developing into and the support we are receiving from not only the women who attend but brands wanting to help out! Days on the Dirt is still young, not even a year old and I can’t wait to watch it grow!

What skills do you practice the most to stay sharp on your bike?

Obviously, I like to keep my Flat Track skills in shape because that’s my main thing but riding lots of different disciplines is so complimentary to your general riding ability. Because bike time is bike time and all of the skills are totally transferable! I also think that riding a smaller bike is good practice too. If I want to push myself harder I usually ride my little Honda CRF125 because when you’re on a bike so small you’re not really afraid of sending it- haha and you push yourself way out of your comfort zone because surely I can do less damage on that than my Indian Hooligan?!

How has learning to ride changed your life?

I actually reflect about this a lot. I often stop and think about what the hell I’d be doing if I wasn’t riding and I seriously don’t know the answer to that! Riding for me, is very quickly becoming about the people that I’ve met through riding bikes. I’ve actually done a WHOLE blog post on this because it’s had such a mammoth impact on me, haha. But in short, I think riding motorcycles has opened up a whole Narnia of opportunities for me. Racing, traveling and different cultures are all things that I have had the pleasure of experiencing thanks to Motorcycles. Take Babes in the Dirt for example. Thanks to my love of dirtbikes I’m going to be visiting LA for the first time, getting to meet heaps of new people that share my passion for riding, adventures and good times. It doesn’t get much better than that does it? Also, to now think that I’ve been able to transform my passion into such a big part of my life is crazy. All the sponsorship, support and the fact that I can do Days on the Dirt and share my passion for others is simply the best. Oh yeah and I’m actually quite fierce and love the thrill of racing- but that’s the norm for all racers right?

What are your goals as a motorcyclist?

My main goals have got to be to just keep on enjoying the ride. Racing where I can (because I’m a competitive lil’ bitch on track) and I want to do a lot of moto related traveling. I think that having fun on and around motorcycles is my main goal, obviously I want to win races too and I would love to race Super Hooligans in the US one day and maybe even some American Flat Track! But yeah mainly travel, meet new people and I’m open minded so I’m just gonna’ enjoy the ride and see where it takes me.

We can't wait to have you attend Babes in the Dirt, what are you looking forward to the most?

Ahh man, I am so stoked to be able to make it out. I turned 21 in November and this is the first event I’ve been eligible for, I don’t think you’re gonna be able to get rid of me now! Seriously though, I love what you guys are doing Stateside and have always followed it and I’ve been fortunate to be able to support VC London with their Camp- which is such a great event for the UK scene. I can’t wait to ride the trails, I’ve heard very good things about riding in California, so I’m stoked on that. I’m also really looking forward to meeting my ‘Instagram friends’ haha and actually meeting the real characters behind the handles along with loads of new people! So yeah, I think it’s gonna be a pretty good weekend of riding, hanging out and partaaayyyyyy!!!

What advice do you have for others who are new to riding or thinking about learning to ride?

-I think as cliché as it sounds learning to ride is one of those things that has a ripple effect on your life. The opportunities it opens up to you from travel, meeting new people and just having a fun way to spend your time. The personal benefits of it too are crazy the amount of stress it relieves, the feeling of freedom and pure joy when riding. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone look grumpy when they take their helmet off after a ride! I really do think that if you’re considering it then you should just take the plunge and go for it, there’s a bike for everyone out there, go and chase it! And motorcyclists are THE most supportive group of people ever and you will for sure find your squad within a much larger squad- period.

What are the 2019 dates for your clinics and how can ladies sign up?

So my dates so far are;

  • 30th March- Flat Track Intro

  • 5th April- Total Beginner

  • 19th April- Flat Track Intro

  • 10th May- Flat Track Intro

With some 1:1’s and private hires in there, with more dates for Summer yet to be announced!

Our facility is Greenfield Dirt Track and you can book in online via clicking HERE

https://greenfielddirttrack.bigcartel.com

Photo by George Pickering

Photo by George Pickering

Photo by Braking Point Images

Photo by Braking Point Images

Kayedeak Photography

Kayedeak Photography

Photo by Juan Trulijo Andreas

Photo by Juan Trulijo Andreas