Hannegan Speedway is located on Mount Baker Motorcycle Club's 50 acres in Bellingham Washington. We have Motocross, Flat Track, and Off-road events from February through October. So add this site to your Favorites and check in often. Directions: From I-5 take exit 255. Go East 1 mile and turn Left on Hannegan Road. Go North 1 1/4 miles and the track will be on your Right. Our street address is 4212 Hannegan Road.
We would love to have you join our club and share in our family sport. Annual dues are only $20 per year for you and your family. The money is used for many major projects as well as club activities. Whether you would like to join our club or just donate to help keep our riding areas open, we greatly appreciate your support. You can pay online using your credit card or we accept checks payable to: Northwest Glacier Cruisers PO Box 80 Burlington, WA 98233. You may also request a membership form via email or just print and mail the one from our website. Online payments are subject to a PayPal service fee of $1.00 which is automatically charged upon processing your payment. Check out our Events Calendar too!
Northwest Racing Association promotes motocross racing in Washington State. We run the Gold Star Series and the Washington State MX Championship Series. These two series, combined with a couple non-series races, all go towards the Season Championship. Northwest Racing Association is completely non-profit. 100% of the funds generated go directly back to the riders in the form of series and season awards. We appreciate all the support we get from all our sponsors, they provide many of your prizes.
The Pacific Northwest Motorcycle Association is a collection of over twenty Road and Off-Road Motorcycle clubs that are based out of British Columbia and Washington, that work together to publish a comprehensive riding calendar. Events include Poker Runs, both on and off-road Racing (from dirt to the street with minibike and drag racing thrown in the mix.) Trail, dual-sport, road rides and other fun and social events for motorcycle riders are also listed. We are also the umbrella organization for the oldest, gnarliest and widest-ranging off-road series in Canada. Many of Canada's best riders come from BC. From the technical Coastal races, to open Interior courses, the PNWMA Off-Road Series has it all. With races from Squamish to Castlegar and from Bellingham to Quesnel, there is a race near you. And to complement our variety of riding conditions, the ORS has a range of classes for all riders of all skill levels and machines, from Masters to Juniors, to Women. And if you just want to ride, some of our events have a Sportsman class as well. We also work with other motorcycling groups, such as the BC Coalition of Motorcyclists (BCCOM), BC Off-Road Motorcycle Association (BCORMA) and the Motorcyclists Confederation of Canada (MCC) to help preserve access to riding areas and to help the sport. We are simply, your best excuse to go riding. So go out and enjoy the ride. Steve Baker Article: http://pnwriders.com/bellingham/83292-steve-baker-1st-american-motogp-champ.html
Snowmobiling is one of the state's most popular winter activities. More than 3,000 miles of groomed trails are provided through the Winter Recreation Program, in cooperation with federal, county and local agencies, ski areas, snowmobile clubs, and private landowners. The Winter Recreation Program provides Sno-Parks, cleared parking areas for vehicles in close proximity to groomed and/ or backcountry trails. There are two types of Sno-Parks, those for snowmobiles and those for non-motorized sports. A handful offers both types of activities. For a list of snowmobile Sno-Parks and their locations, click the link below. Remember that Sno-Park plowing cannot be done without highway plowing. For this reason, under certain weather conditions, some Sno-Parks may not be cleared for vehicle parking until other areas have been cleared. Keep in mind it is against the law to park on highway interchanges.
History- The Washington State Snowmobile Association was founded in 1972 as a group that wanted to protect and preserve snowmobiling for future generations. Many of those charter members are still actively involved in the Association today! By-Laws were put into place, the WSSA filed as a non-profit business and worked to become leaders in Washington for the sport of snowmobiling. In the late 1970s, members saw a need to create a groomed snowmobile trail system statewide. By the early 1980s, WSSA members and the Washington State Parks and Recreation department had worked out a program whereby a portion of the gas tax spent on snowmobile fuel purchases was directed into a dedicated fund in the State budget that was exclusively for building and maintaining a trail grooming program throughout the entire state.
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