History - Track Information
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The CLMA started in 2006 when we acquired a 40 acre parcel of land form the City of Cold Lake. After spending most of that summer and fall clearing and prepping the land we had Tracks by Chic come in and design and build a National quality track.
Our track is a 2.2km long hillside track, as you exit the cement 42 gate starting line you turn left onto the track where you will be faced with off chamber turns, high bank hair pin turns, high speed sweepers, several table top jumps, rollers, step up’s, sand section, rhythm section and all of this as you work your way back and forth across, up and down the side hill. Maybe a hillside track is a little more than you want to tackle or you are just starting out well just for you we also have a 0.06km track just for the small wheel bikes. This is a nice flat track with several table tops and rollers built within a tight foot print so easy for Mom or Dad to keep up and help you out.
Having a track on the side of a hill makes for a challenging yet safe and fun environment to ride but even better is the 20 acre grass covered infield that provides an excellent view of the track from almost an location and lots of room for you camper. And if your just coming for the day feel free to use our 2 loading ramps to make your day a little easier. Feeling hungry or thirsty, no problem as our track is centrally located between Cold Lake north and south so everything from gas stations, fast food, quality restaurants, shopping and of course our two favorite MX/ATV dealers are all only minutes away (no joke Tim Hortons is a 5 minute walk from the track)
If you need to take a little break from riding well Cold Lake has lots to offer. Take some time to go walk around one of Canada’s largest inland marinas on the banks of Cold Lake. Wanting to know a little about the history of Cold Lake and the surrounding areas well you’re in luck because the Cold Lake Museum is situated next to the track and features several displays mapping out the history of our local Native tribes, our oil and gas history and Canada’s largest Air Force Base.
2016 is looking to be another exciting year and
we look forward to seeing you out there!