The complex, located off Horseshoe Bend and Floating Feather, is gearing up for an action-packed 2024 season. Home to the renowned Eagle Park BMX, the largest BMX track in southern Idaho, it’s set to once again host adrenaline-pumping events after successfully organizing the 2021 Idaho State BMX Championships.
Eagle Park BMX: The Fastest BMX Track in Idaho What does it mean to be the fastest BMX track in Idaho? Simply put, it’s an exhilarating racing experience for all skill levels. Whether you’re a beginner looking to dip your toes into the world of BMX or an expert seeking a challenge, Eagle Park BMX caters to everyone. Boasting one of the largest elevation drops in BMX racing, it offers an exciting and dynamic course that makes it not just the largest but also one of the easiest and fastest tracks in the region.
Season Details: Get ready to rev your engines and pump your pedals as the 2024 racing season at Eagle Park BMX kicks off in May, running through October. The schedule includes:
- Practice Days: Mondays, 6:30-8:30 pm
- Race Days: Saturdays, 9-10 am registration, with racing starting promptly after
For the most up-to-date information, be sure to check the official schedule on USABMX.com. The track is open to the public year-round (weather and conditions permitting) at no cost, except for designated practice and race days.
Fees and Membership: Participating in the thrill of BMX racing at Eagle Park BMX is accessible to all enthusiasts. Here’s a breakdown of the fees:
- $5 Gate Practice Fee
- $10 Single Points Local Race Fee
Additionally, a USA BMX Membership is required, and fear not if you don’t have one yet – memberships are available at the track.
Eagle Park BMX at the Ada/Eagle Sports Complex is not just a track; it’s a hub of excitement, challenge, and community. Whether you’re a racer or a spectator, mark your calendars and join us for an unforgettable season of RC Car Racing and BMX action in 2024. Get ready to witness the fastest BMX track in Idaho in all its glory!