We designed Pineview Run for cars, but it turns out to be a perfect track for supermotos and 300s! It's also a great place to get comfortable with your 600+cc sportbike, before unleashing it on a faster, more dangerous race track.
For your first event at Pineview Run, you must come to one of our regularly scheduled events (below). After that, you may purchase a day pass and track your bike during any of our regular track days, Wednesday through Sunday.
Open lapping from 5-8pm on Wednesday evenings every two weeks from April 21st to September 22nd.. Each event is $99, or hit them all for $999. That's 12 events!
Steve Hatch Racing, Evolve GT, and Street Skills Moto are teaming up again in 2021 to bring you a weekend motorcycle training camp at Pineview Run.
Off-road – Steve Hatch's program utilizes the dirt trails around Pineview Run. Dirt bikes, supermotos, dual sports and ADVs are welcome.
Race track – Learn how to be a faster and safer track rider from Bill Sink, of Evolve GT. This class focuses on trail braking, and made one of our Pineview members 2 seconds faster per lap on corner entry alone!
Street skills – Jon DelVecchio brings his Street Skills Moto training program to the Pineview Run road course. Whether you're on a touring bike, cruiser, dual-sport, or anything in between, Jon will teach you how to be a safer and more skillful rider.
Interested in attending both days? Camp out on site and join us for a Saturday night bonfire and optional BBQ dinner.
Steve Hatch is one of the most-popular riders on the American off-road scene with his kind demeanor, yet ferocious riding style. He has been a Factory Pro off-road racer for the last 18 years, he has raced for Factory Suzuki, Factory Kawasaki and now has support in retirement from KTM. He has a passion for winning and now he wants to help you become a better rider through his training and riding program.
Steve will be teaching a special course at Pineview Run on August 8th and 9th. Stay tuned for more details
Your motorcycle and safety gear must be appropriate for track riding, and pass technical inspection. If these don't pass tech, you won't be allowed on track. However, we'll give you credit for another day when all the issues have been resolved. Motorcycles not suited to high corner speeds and lean angles will not be allowed on track.
It is your responsibility to have your bike prepared prior to riding on track. At a minimum, this means:
You are financially responsible for any cleanup required if your bike leaves fluids on track. While not a requirement, we advise the following:
Proper safety gear is required, must fit correctly, and have no holes or tears. Although not required, spine protectors and airbag vests are encouraged. The minimum safety gear is the following: