Pre-registration required by June 4th, 2010
Mammoth Motocross:
Granddaddy of Them All
Back in 1968 Don Rake and some friends decided to put on a motocross in Mammoth Lakes, California. They built a world-class track 8,000 feet up in the Sierra Nevada Mountain range. Dave McCoy came along and offered the backing of his Mammoth Mountain Ski Area and the rest is history.

Every summer racers have flocked to Mammoth Mountain for this classic event. It is the oldest continuous running motocross in the USA. The track has changed a little over the years, but the fun hasn't.


Ultimate Moto Adventures brings back ”The Mammoth Moto Ride” a 3 day 2 night riding adventure from Wellington Nv to Mammoth Lakes Ca to watch  the Mammoth Motocross.  This ride will leave Wellington on the morning of Saturday June 27th and arrive in Mammoth Lakes that afternoon.  Riders will stay in Mammoth Saturday and Sunday nights taking in the Mammoth Motocross and all of it’s various activities on Saturday.  Riders will return to Wellington on Monday afternoon.

The Mammoth Moto Ride will explore 250 miles of historic mining roads and trails, through desert, forests, and mountains. Along the way you will pass through historic ghost towns and scenic vistas unlike any place else on earth.



After your fantastic ride to Mammoth Saturday you can attend the “Official Motocross Party” are at the "Village", a short walk or  even shorter bus ride away. The free city bus system runs to the race track Sunday from near your hotel. Sunday night you will enjoy a Banquet Dinner at the hotel. Monday, you will return to Wellington and lunch at Rosie's.

The trip includes:
Experienced guides
Sweep riders
2 chase trucks, 2 gas stops
Breakfast Saturday at Rosie's
2 nights stay at the Holiday Inn
Catered dinner Sunday night
Trail snacks
Breakfast at the hotel Sun and Mon
Lunch Monday at Rosie's
Over 250 miles round trip

2nd Annual
Mammoth Moto Ride
“The Ultimate Off-road Adventure”
Presented by: Ultimate Moto Adventures & Sierra Nevada Adventures

June 26, 27 & 28, 2010


"Mild to Wild you decide"