Complete listings for all Nevada in Ride Guide
Black Rock Desert
Ride Distance: 100 + miles
Black Rock features the longest intact segments of the historic emigrant trails to California and Oregon. The terrain is not very difficult but the isolated environment is. Temperatures can soar and water is non-existent in this desert wasteland.
Boulder City Motocross
Boulder City, NV
Ride Distance: 2 + miles
Boulder City Motocross features five distincty different motocross tracks and is located a short distance away from Las Vegas, Nevada.
Lake Tahoe, NV
Ride Distance: 10 + miles
Recreational opportunities found on the east shore include water activities, camping, hiking, horseback riding, downhill skiing/snowboarding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, and snowmobiling.
Las Vegas Motor Speedway
Las Vegas, NV
Ride Distance: 1.5 mile
The Las Vegas Motor Speedway has a 1.5 mile superspeedway, a 2.5 mile outside road course, a ½ mile dirt oval, 1.1 mile inside road course, drag strip and Go-Kart tracks on the premises. It is next to the Carroll Shelby Museaum and Nellis Airforce Base.
Las Vegas Valley of Fire Loop
Ride Distance: 113 miles
Overton NV is the start of this ride that heads southwest along the shore of Lake Mead in the Valley of Fire State Park. Dedicated in 1935, Valley of Fire is Nevada's oldest State Park. It is located only 50 miles northeast of Las Vegas.
Mesquite MX Park
Mesquite MX Park is a full service outdoor motocross track outside of Mesquite, Nevada.
Mount Charleston Scenic Byway
Las Vegas, NV
Ride Distance: 40 miles
This ride starts next to the Floyd Lamb State Park and then heads into the Humboldt Toiyabe National Forest.
Mount Rose Highway From Tahoe
Incline Village, NV
Ride Distance: 24 miles
This ride starts just North of Lake Tahoe and West of Washoe Lake then winds its way into the Mt. Rose Wilderness and ends on State Route 395.
Ride Distance: 95 miles
Peavine, being a large mountain, consequently has a number of access points such as King's Row, Keystone, Raleigh Heights, Horizon Hills, and Poeville road. Peavine is located in North Reno, Nevada (North-West of UNR campus). Peavine Mountain encompasses 48,000 acres in Northwest Reno.
Pine Forest OHV Area
Ride Distance: 5 + miles
4WD and high clearance vehicles are highly recommended. There are three popular recreation sites within the Pine Forest Recreation Area: the Blue Lakes, Onion Reservoir and Knott Creek Reservoir.
Pyramid Lake Scenic Byway
Ride Distance: 90 miles
This ride starts in Sparks and then heads northeast to Pyramid Lake. From there the goal is Fernley, home to Reno-Fernley Raceway and some outdoor recreational sportbike riding action.
Ride Distance: 4 miles, 1/4 mile
Reno Fernley Raceway hosts the West’s longest and most challenging road course that features four miles of 50 foot wide pavement offers 10 exciting track configurations.