Perris Raceway and State Fair MX Re-Open For Limited Practice
Ok, if you found this page it is so that you can get the link to reserve a space in an upcoming practice session READ BELOW THEN CLICK HERE
Carefully Read Instructions:
This is an added process to prevent any riders from making the trip out and us already being at our capacity. Practice sessions for State Fair MX will begin on Saturday. If you have ridden our tracks before you should have a profile set up. First click Sign In in the top right of the page.
Then go to Create an Account. Enter your email address.
If you email has already been input into the system and you don’t remember the password click the link to “need a new password” and reset.
Once you sign in the top left of the page will have three tabs. Click “Limited Open Practice” and click “Sign Up Now” making sure the correct track has been selected in the column to the right.
Make sure to click “Register as Unpaid” and you will pay at the gate.
This is the page we created is for booking a reservation in the practice session for Perris Raceway or State Fair MX. We are in unique times so it requires unique measures. Please read this all the way to the bottom before proceeding so that we can make sure you have the best visit possible.
Unlimited Pass (formerly FAST Pass) are not yet turned on. We will have to wait until the rider count restriction limits are removed. Nobody is currently being billed for a monthly pass.
For now booking is only available through the weekend. We will use this as a test run and adapt it for next week but we are going back to our normal schedule for all tracks except SX. Supercross will open on Tuesday and Thursday 9am-2pm starting 4/28/20 at State Fair MX and it will have it’s own limit of riders since it is on a different site. Pre reserved spaces will not be required for SX.
Tuesday – Mini Night 4-9pm
Wednesday – Open Practice 4-9pm
Thursday – Open Practice 4-9pm
Friday – Open Practice 10am – 3pm
Saturday & Sunday 9am – 2pm
Gates open one hour before practice starts
State Fair MX:
Monday 9am – 4pm
Tuesday 9am – 4pm
Wednesday 9am – 4pm
Thursday 9am – 4pm
Friday – Closed
Saturday and Sunday 9am – 4pm
Gates open one hour before practice starts.
***Important to read this***
Due to COVID-19 procedures we will have a couple of additional rules for attendees. These have to be observed and obeyed in order for us to stay open. If you don’t want to see any more closures please read carefully below and make sure you are not caught voiding any policies. Local authorities will be watching.
There are no spectators allowed. Riders only. The only exception to a non rider is if the rider is a minor and one guardian/parent will be allowed per vehicle. Unfortunately for now this eliminates all trainers, photographers and non riding siblings or family.
All riders and guardian/parents will be required to wear face protection once entering the facility. Riders will be required to put on face protection whenever a helmet is worn but are not required to wear both a helmet and face protection. Some form of face protection will be required by every person in the facility at all times.
High risk groups (as determined by the Riverside University Health System Public Health Department) are not permitted. Visit [https://www.rivcoph.org/coronavirus](http://https://www.rivcoph.org/coronavirus) for more information.
If you are feeling any symptoms of illness do not attend.
Attendees are required to park no less than 10′ apart and to remain at least 6′ apart from all other attendees at all times.
Please use the provided hand wash areas that are available at each track and wash frequently if you need to visit any common areas.
All bleachers are closed.
Follow all normal rules and requirements such as no guardian/parent on the track at all times.
Practice sessions must be pre booked through this system. Do not book a session unless you are 100% sure that you are going to come in or you could be taking the spot away from another rider. If the session or day you are looking to book is full chose another available day. If riders are seen no showing sessions we will make changes, but it makes the reservation process more complicated.
We appreciate all the communication had from Code Enforcement, City Manager, City Attorney, District Supervisors Office, Riverside County Health and the cooperation with additional local authorities. We also appreciate working with the local tracks because this was a group effort from tracks as far north as Cal City all the way down to our area.
Observe the rules and we should be able to avoid any further shut downs.