What is Club Moto?
Club Moto is a recreational facility including an outdoor natural-terrain with many elevation changes and man-made obstacle motocross GP race track and a fairly tame mini track.
The tracks are watered and groomed every day that Club Moto is open. The mini track is usually kept fairly hard packed and smooth to allow for the little bikes. The main track is normally disked and rototilled every day. Track layout is changed often. The facility has high-powered lighting to enable after-dark riding and racing. Club Moto also features a large grassy picnic area with a built in BBQ pit.
Rent Club Moto and Sponsor Info.
Track rental is available to accommodate any size group or event. This can range from a birthday party, to a private ride day or other event to suit your needs.
We are also accepting Sponsor requests using signage provided by you track side. This is a great way to promote your business.
Advertising special: 4'X4' sign space for $500 for 5 years!
Just send us a message using our Contact page for more details.
We try to continually change the track layout and groom the tracks at Club Moto. Additionally, sand and wood chips are incorporated into the soil to provide loamy conditions.
Days we are open for practice, may be split as needed.
How much does it cost?
Club Moto admission is $30 per rider. Spectator fee is $5.
Where are we located?
Club Moto is located on the east side of 580 in Livermore. Take the Greenville Rd exit, go east. Turn right on Altamont Pass Rd. Club Moto will be on your right. Or follow this link.
Forms / Waivers / Parental Consent
Motocross is EXTREMELY DANGEROUS!
Anyone entering the Club Moto premises will be asked to sign one or more waivers.
The Adult waiver in PDF format is HERE
ALL RIDERS UNDER 18 MUST HAVE SIGNED WAIVERS BY BOTH PARENTS AND THEMSELVES ON FILE.
Waivers are available online in PDF format HERE. Both parents must be present or the waivers MUST be notarized.
Loud bikes will be pulled from the track. Any bike with a louder than stock exhaust system will not be allowed to ride. Bring your stock Muffler.
No spark arrestors are required at Club Moto.. Spark arrestors are only required at state and county parks. However, if you do have a quiet muffler intended for use at state parks, we'd appreciate you using at at Club Moto to help keep the noise levels down.
Quads are NOT allowed at Club Moto.
Club Moto Hot line
The Club Moto hot line is available 24 hours a day. Please always call (925) 308-4814 before coming to the track, especially in wet weather.