Road to Mammoth Heads to Boise

March 16, 2012 1:25pm
Press Release

Monster Energy Road to Mammoth Motocross Series’ return to Boise less than a month away

The Owyhee Motorcycle Club, in conjunction with RacerX, is proud to host the Monster Energy Road to Mammoth Motocross Series.  OMC will host Round 5 of this series on Sunday, April 15th, 2012; with a public practice day on Saturday.  So far the series has held the first two rounds at Competitive Edge MX and Porterville MX in California.  Both events were a huge success with an average of 300 riders at each venue.

OMC Assistant VP of Motocross, Brian Lueddeke, said that the Owyhee Motorcycle Club is doing its final preparations to host this event.  He stated, “Our Club is ready and eager to have riders from all over the Pacific Northwest region come and enjoy this race at our facility, and I look forward to seeing all of the qualifying riders at Mammoth Mountain in June!”

The Owyhee Motorcycle Club was established in 1940 is a member supported and directed motor sports club in Boise, Idaho; which promotes tours, events and race meets including Motocross and Short Track events year round. Our racing is open to everyone. You do not have to be a member to race at OMC  The Owyhee Motorcycle Club is a unique venue that is designed around its membership and a family friendly atmosphere.  The facility has two distinct and unique tracks, the main track was built for summer weather races; the other is a true sand track for winter/wet weather races.

The ‘Road to Mammoth’ events serve as the qualifying MX Series for the annual Monster Energy Mammoth Mountain National Motocross.  This race is a highly prestigious event held each June at the base of the Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort in Mammoth Lakes, CA.  Professional and amateur motocross racers from across the United States travel to this event each year in the hope of winning one of the coveted ‘bear’ trophies; many of whom are required to qualify at one of the 6 Monster Energy Road to Mammoth events.

For additional information about this event, please see or contact Brian Lueddeke at (208) 249-1305 or