Midwest Indoor MX Training Facility Opening Fall '07Tuesday, June 5, 2007 | 8:12 AM
New Richmond WI, June 4, 2007 - Motocross enthusiasts will be celebrating year-round riding in the Midwest this fall - Sandbox Arena, the Midwest’s largest indoor motocross training facility is currently underway, and will host practice and racing throughout the year. Motocross riders and racers alike will soon be flying through the air and blitzing whoops on professionally designed race tracks!
The idea of an indoor racing facility in the Midwest has been the dream of many riders for years. In the fall of 2007, the 116,800 sq ft Sandbox Arena facility will open its doors to racers and fans alike! Sandbox Arena will be located next to Cedar Lake Speedway, a nationally recognized car racing dirt track in New Richmond, WI. The building will host two motocross tracks, bleachers, heated pits and lobby with bathrooms, concessions and video games. The larger track will be almost 60,000 sqft and will be designed to have lines for both novice and expert riders. The second track will be designed for smaller motorcycles and beginners of all ages.
You can check out all the latest information and pictures on the website www.sandboxarena.com. The motocross world will never be the same…Those fast riders from the warmer states better watch out!
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