Glen Helen Raceway is located North of San Bernardino in the area of Devore. This area is against a great mountain side in which Glen Helen Raceway has created it raceway facility, of 256 acres. Glen Helen is on county property and shares its large area with other county facilities, Glen Helen Regional Parks, San Manuel Pavilion and the Sheriff Training Center.
Glen Helen Raceway started its fame back in 1985, it had several Sand Drag events, Off Road events and Motocross events. In 1991 Glen Helen Raceway hosted its first major event, the United States World Championship Motocross and again in 1992. With these two events added to the Glen Helen Raceway venue it was the beginning of a growing and nationally known track.
In 1995 and 1996 two more major events came to Glen Helen Raceway, the Off Road Winter Series and the AMA 125/250 MX Nationals. With these events added to Glen Helen Raceway it had made a climb to that of one of the most seen and raced on tracks in the world.
Today Glen Helen Raceway has added more race tracks and has put thousands of dollars into its facility. Glen Helen Raceway has the National MX track, Rem/Vintage track, PeeWee track and a brand new registration tower.
Glen Helen Raceway has strived to give fans and participants this awesome facility to race and practice on, or just a day to enjoy the races.
Registration is now open for Glen Helen Raceway’s 2023 6-Hr Endurance race.
This race is a great event to come out to with your family and/or friends and enjoy a 6-Hr team motocross event. Each team can have up to three riders and two bikes. The course will consist of the racetracks, washes, hills and much more. All riders will receive the annual endurance series rally towel.
Race starts at 8:30am and ends at 2:30pm
Gates open Saturday 12pm-8pm
Gates Open Sunday 6am
Admission $10 per person
Camping $20 per Night
Entry Fees Pre-Entry Fees Per team $100 Pre /$150 Post