The Supercross series is out of California for the weekend, but that doesn’t mean there’s a break in the action! The TWMX Race Series presented by SPY Optic is set to take over Perris Raceway for round two of the El Dorado series and we expect an incredible day at the oldest motocross track in the state. At our opening round at Glen Helen just two weeks ago, more than 500 entrants cut laps in a variety of the classes offered, which includes a few new additions in 2017. Are you interested in lining up?

With a two-track format that suits riders of all speeds, the TWMX Race Series is able to click off motos quickly and on safe circuits. What’s that mean? Riders with beginner skill levels, no matter the class, will compete on the “Amateur” track that offers mellower elements and a safe layout. Fast, more advanced riders will spin their laps on the “Main” track which has bigger jumps and more challenging obstacles.

There are plenty of classes to choose from at the TWMX Race Series, including an all-new Two-Stroke Open division sponsored by Boyesen. Now’s the time to blend a little premix and get the jetting kit out.

Perris Raceway’s layout is always exciting and with the recent rains that have hit our state, get ready to ride incredible track condition, and excellent weather.

Pre-entry is now open for the second round of the TWMX Race Series El Dorado, and this is a huge asset for the serious racer because first moto gate picks are determined by the order of entrants received. Sign-up early and get a prime spot for the start.

Sunday starts when the gates open at 6 AM, practice kicks off at 8 AM, and the first motos start soon after.