Spring Break 2020 – Meal Ticket
2020 Spring Break Meal Pass. Includes all-you-can-eat taco and burrito bar meal ticket only.
**THIS TICKET IS FOR A MEAL TICKET ONLY!**
It’s that time of year where the snow has melted and everyone is itching to turn some rubber at the iconic Hemond’s Motocross & Offroad Park. The annual Spring Break party celebrates the beginning of the season with the first laps on our Sawmill MX track and a weekend packed full of horse-powered fun with tons of activities for everyone! Dirtbike, ATV, UTV, and OHV riders/drivers of all ages and abilities are welcome to join us for riding on Sawmill MX, Hilltop MX, the Kids Track and the Offroad Park. Sawmill will be MX only and Hilltop will be MX, ATV and UTV only but the Offroad Park is open for everyone. The Kids track will be for beginners only! No big kids on pitbikes!
Spring Break is on Saturday May 30th and Sunday May 31th (gates will open Friday May 29th at 4pm). Camping is encouraged Friday and Saturday. After that, we’ll be having an all-you-can-eat taco and burrito bar, bonfire, DJ, Karaoke and a Hawaiian Shirt Pitbike Race starting at 8pm. Those who don’t wear a Hawaiian shirt during the pitbike race will have to start backwards! We are hosting a Maine Balance Bike Race on Sunday morning with signup and practice starting at 8am.
All of this is included in the $60 weekend pass. Meal tickets can be purchased individually for $10 if you are not riding or wheeling. Single day riding/wheeling passes are available for $30 but these do not include a meal ticket. Admission for one individual is included in your weekend pass or single day pass. Admission for spectators and weekend patrons are $5/day ages 13 and up. Admission is free for ages 12 and under. *RESERVE MEAL TICKETS ONLINE IF YOU PLAN ON PAYING ON SITE*
In addition to prior activities mentioned, Saturday at 1pm we’ll be hosting a 30 minute charity race to benefit the Road2Recovery Foundation. The race entry fee will be a minimum of $20 with the option to donate as much as you can. This will be a double gate (potentially triple gate) drop race. The checkered flag will fly exactly 30 minutes after the first gate drop and the next rider to cross the finish will be awarded a plaque. All proceeds will go to the Road2Recovery Foundation.
Family and friends, brothers and sisters, mark your calendars and get your machines ready for a weekend of awesome riding, great music, and delicious food!