Aug 4, 2022 update from Club President:

 
KMX Track Opening times have changed for August!!
Wednesday 5:30-8pm and Saturday 9am-1pm for the month.


KMX Motocross - Main Track & Vet/Beginner Track: 

Check the calendar section for details and any updates.
Passes sold on-line only!!  Buy your pass online before heading up to the track!
The track is closed to ALL outside of the posted times unless otherwise specially arranged. Please respect our gates and fences, if the gates are closed and locked that means we are closed for riding. Trying to access by going around fences or under gates when we are closed is trespassing. If the gates are open outside of the posted times, that probably means we are doing track maintenance, stay off the track! Please contact us if there are any questions.

- 2022 Memberships are now available! Click the link above.

- See the "Events" section for our 2022 races and schools! -


Rover Creek Trails - buy a trail pass or membership before heading out! All proceeds go towards keeping our riding areas open.

Tree Hugger Trails  - buy a trail pass or membership before heading out! All proceeds go towards keeping our riding areas open. 
 

Welcome to the Official WKRDAS Website

                  Founded in 2004 WKRDAS is the primary dirt bike club in the West Kootenays. WKRDAS operates KMX and Rover Creek. KMX is a volunteer run MX Track and Trail system near the Bombi summit about halfway between Castlegar and Salmo. KMX Features a full MX Track, Kids MX Track and a 23km hare scramble loop. Rover Creek is a volunteer run trail system located on Blewett Rd about halfway between Castlegar and Nelson. Both facilities are located very close to Salmo, Castlegar, Fruitvale, Trail, Nelson and other West Kootenay Communities are not far either. 

MEMBERSHIP

Click to learn about the different types of membership available. 

UPCOMING EVENTS

To learn about upcoming events click here.

KMX AREA INFO

Learn more about the quality features we have at our KMX Facility

ROVER CREEK AREA INFO

Click here to learn more about the Rover Creek Facility