The MX track has a mix of sand and clay that challenges riders lap after lap. The SX and AX tracks are updated and redesigned every year and are actual replicas of the real tracks built to the same specifications/measurements of the AMA SX/AX series.
Several pro riders have spent time training and riding at GPF over the years including Ezra Lusk, Brock Sellards, Ryan Sipes, Justin Sipes, Kelly Smith, Josh Woods, Jeremy Martin, Alex Martin, Travis Sewell, Shane Sewell, Josh Lichtle, Paul Veracka, as well as several others.
GPF membership season runs from October until the end of April. May and June GPF is open for day, weekly, and monthly rates. July is reserved for Loretta Lynn's boot camp run by Josh Woods. August and September are closed to attend amateur nationals and do maintenance on the tracks. GPF hours are Monday thru Saturday 9-6.
Josh also runs the schools at GPF and his background includes eight years of professional racing on the MX/SX/AX circuits, he is a two-time amateur national champion (125 Schoolboy and 250 Pro Sport) as well as a Canadian MX2 National Champion. His credits also include being a former factory KTM, Suzuki, and Kawasaki Team Green Rider and he has six consecutive years holding an AMA national number. His classes offer something for everyone and training for small groups, private, or semi private lessons are also available.
GPF is one of the realMotocross staff’s favorite tracks in the country and were are told the yearly training costs are slated to increase when we last visited, so if you’re serious about training take a look at what they offer right away. realMotocross.com CEO Iain Grae touted, “The programs that they offer allow you to live at the track and ride six days a week. The track is prepped daily and there are training sessions each day that you can participate in or you can ride on your own time - however most people choose to ride the practice sessions with the group.”