Situated conveniently to the side of Junction 6 of the M5 motorway at Worcester, Apex Motocross is one of the longest established, permanent motocross practice facilities in the UK.
Since opening way back in 1983 the circuit has evolved into one of the premier practice tracks in the country and has a very strong reputation for providing a first class, professionally run circuit that very cleverly caters for all levels of rider from beginner to seasoned professionals and World Championship contenders.
Apex Motocross Pricing
£40 All Day
£35 All Day
Youth includes: 65cc, 85cc & 150cc
The track is also available for private hire:
£600 for up to 15 riders
then £40 per additional rider thereafter.
or Enquire On 07989 098289
Normal Opening Hours
The track itself is approximately 1500m long and is of a loamy woodchip/soil base that is able to tolerate pretty much most of what the British climate can throw at it. The deceptively compact layout provides a number of elevation changes and plenty of different elements to challenge even the most established and skilled of riders yet is easy enough to negotiate if you’re more of a novice rider.
There are plenty of different jumps from small ski jumps, a huge double jump (expert riders only) and the infamous Apex “Step-up” giving plenty of opportunity to hone your skills. Fast straights, tight turns, wide sweeping turns, berms and bowl turns with a couple of big hills thrown in for good measure, all add to the challenge and excitement.
Here at Apex Motocross we pride ourselves in going the extra mile to ensure the track is always prepared to the highest of standards with our full time legendary track builder and we keep it well watered during the summer months utilising our permanent built in sprinkler system and water bowser. Rider and spectator safety is always at the forefront of everything we do, be it making regular adjustments to the track, providing paramedic cover, insurance and our lighting and siren system that assists our regular marshalling staff.
We split riders into separate groups based on their ability so that the slower riders are not out on track with the fastest riders and also to limit the numbers of riders out on circuit at any one time.