Off The Track Events
Motocross isn’t just about the races, plenty of fun happens off the track:
LIVE MUSIC IN THE VILLAGE
Saturday, June 17 • 6pm, The Village Plaza Stage
AMERICORE SMX ROCK ‘N BOWL PRESENTED BY LUCAS OIL
Monday, June 19• 4:30pm, Mammoth Rock ‘N Bowl
The mini's take over Mammoth Rock n Bowl for a night of fun and games.
50th Annual MAMMOTH MOTOCROSS VILLAGE BASH
Saturday, June 24 • 6–9pm, The Village
Live music from Overdub Sound System and an exciting stunt bike show in The Village. Learn More
50th Annual Celebration AFTERPARTY
Saturday, June 24 • 9pm, 53 Kitchen & Cocktails in The Village
A themed after party with drink specials and live music.
Events start daily at 8am
| Practice Day
| Vet Races
| Practice Day
| Mini Races
| Practice Day
| Open Racing, Schoolboy
| 250 Races
FMF 2 Stroke Challenge
| 450CC Races
Activities What to Do in the Eastern Sierra
Athletes and spectators come from far and wide to take part in the Mammoth Motocross every year. In addition to being a Motocross Mecca Mammoth is an outdoor heaven of many kinds. Many Motocross racers have taken up other activities to enjoy the beautiful Eastern Sierra. If you limit yourself to only staying on the Motocross track, you're missing out on a world of summertime fun.
The town and surrounding area of Mammoth Lakes earns its name for the abundance of mountain streams, creeks, rivers and lakes here. Fishermen enjoy their sport in all ways, from casting into natural valley streams, hiking to deep glacial lakes, renting a boat to fish massive Alpers trout in the Lakes Basin, or fishing the world-renowned Crowley Lake.
Instead of spending your time testing the waters, head to the best spots with one of Mammoth's best fly fishing guides. Stop by Mammoth's fly fishing headquarters located inside McCoy Sports, at the Village at Mammoth or call 760.924.REEL to reserve your guide today. Off-Roading
The surrounding Inyo National Forest is home to miles of unpaved roads for motorcycles, ATVs and four-wheel drive SUVs. Travel the backroads to lakes, forests and mountain lookouts. Explore the Hot Creek Road, Inyo Craters and more. Maps are available at the Mammoth Lakes Visitor Center, or at there booth here at track. REMEMBER TO STAY ON OPEN, MARKED ROADS. Mountain Biking
Mammoth Mountain Bike Park features over 100 miles of trails – from easy, breezy paths to adrenaline-pumping downhill courses. A favorite way to ride Mammoth Mountain starts with a breathtaking scenic gondola ride up to the 11,053-foot summit, and then a bike ride down from there. Learn More Exploring the Sierra
Do you enjoy hiking, backpacking, and camping? Take your pick from short, mile-long hiking trails around the Lakes Basin to longer adventures. Campsites are located in the town of Mammoth Lakes, Reds Meadow, and beyond. Go on a day-trip adventure to Yosemite National Park or Devils Postpile National Monument and Rainbow Falls. Wherever you go, you won’t be disappointed in the rich, natural beauty of the Eastern Sierra.