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    Default MX practice tracks in the wild west midlands?

    fancy a day out now and again on a proper MX track.

    any around my way? by wolverhampton..

    one 3 miles away, run by the council, but you never know when it will be open...

    hope to be able to do wednesday evenings after work too like I used to years ago. guess the noise police have pissed on that though..

    anywhere to play?


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    DirtBike Tracks

    Handy list of tracks, though the handy interactive map doesn't seem to be interactive any more.

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    Default Re: MX practice tracks in the wild west midlands?

    there's one right on J6 of the M5.

    apex motocross practice track

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    Quote Originally Posted by rich-racing.co.uk View Post
    hope to be able to do wednesday evenings after work too like I used to years ago. guess the noise police have pissed on that though..
    You'll struggle to find any tracks that stay open after 5pm these days. Actually, I can't think of any

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomcat View Post
    You'll struggle to find any tracks that stay open after 5pm these days. Actually, I can't think of any
    You need to know where the unofficial ones are for that.
    X Marks The Spot
    (click on aerial and zoom in)

    Not much use for the west midlands admittedly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazzy View Post
    there's one right on J6 of the M5.

    apex motocross practice track
    that's where we used to go on the wednesday nights.

    does the same bloke still own it from years ago (tim matthews?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tomcat View Post
    DirtBike Tracks

    Handy list of tracks, though the handy interactive map doesn't seem to be interactive any more.
    f

    found A TRACK ON THERE ON JUNCTION 4 OF THE m54 - DAMN CAPS LOCK!

    would be handy for me, live right by junction 1 of the M54.

    gets mixed reviews, but only after a bit of fun and a workout..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam View Post
    You need to know where the unofficial ones are for that.
    X Marks The Spot
    (click on aerial and zoom in)

    Not much use for the west midlands admittedly.
    Looks like fun, though not local for me either.

    We used to have a few "unofficial" ones round here but the filth closed them down

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