The track in the grandstand of Tomah Recreation Park will be ready for another night of Motokazie Motorcross.
The high-flying two- and three and four-wheel machines return to the Monroe County Fair Saturday, July 28. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m. with the racing to start at 7 p.m.
Anyone is encouraged to register his or her vehicle to race. No membership is required, but contestants are required to sign a release form.
Racing classes start with youngsters beginning at four years old up to adult. There are 16 classes in Supercross, starting at 50cc Oil (beginner) to Pro Big bikes. Motorbikes will negotiate a track with dirt mounds that launch the most experienced bikers as high as 70 feet.
According to Motokazie.com, Motokazie was the vision of a 19-year-old professional racer from Minnesota who was trying to create local racing venues for the Twin Cities. With no financial backing and relying solely on borrowed equipment and hard work, Motokazie put on its first races in 1997.
From a three-race series in 1997 to over 50 events in 2014, Motokazie has grown into a complete motorsports promotions company that produces sanctioned races in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa and racing schools. The organization has produced over 1,000 events since 1997.
Tomah Journal editor Steve Rundio can be reached at email@example.com.