Motorsports can be a great weekend getaway with friends to try, while it also can become a competitive professional pursuit. Here’s a few things to know about how to get involved, what kind of budget you need, and how to remain safe through the process.
Where can I go to try off-road motorsports as a beginner?
There are a ton of tracks and paths to get involved with all over the country, and depending on your county, there should be more and more availability in the coming months. You'll either need to begin with a rental bike or vehicle you can try at the track, or go in on a purchase yourself.
Also, take a look at the difficulty level before you set out to go on a ride. It is definitely worth it to be mindful regardless of the level you are driving at.
What kind of budget do I need?
This will depend on how invested you are in getting involved. First, the type of vehicle you are pursuing will determine the market, as the prices range from a few hundred dollars to several thousand. Find which route you want to pursue first, and from there, you’ll know what kind of budget you should expect. Then you can decide how invested you feel in giving off-road motorsports a chance.
Transporting and participating safely
You’ll need plenty of gear to ensure that your process of beginning to ride is safe. This includes safety gear for yourself, as well as transport gear to ensure the vehicle is safely maintained. A Helmet and appropriate coverage across the body will be necessary, while ratchet straps and winches are useful for keeping your vehicle safe in transport as well.
Overall, it’s a fantastic experience to get involved with if planned for correctly and safety is maintained. Give our suite of products a look, and get started today on your off-road motorsports journey.