This event is an eMTB Race ONLY held at Loretta Lynn's Ranch in Hurricane Mills Tennessee on Saturday, July 27 at 5 p.m. EST.
Admission Fee for eMTB competitors is $20 for Friday, July 26 - Sunday, July 28.
$50 - XC1 Pro; top-3 purse
$30 - All other classes at event and pre entry
$20 Single Day Membership (available at the event only)
$49 Annual Adult Membership*
$29 Annual Youth (4-11) Membership*
*Annual Memberships available at the track, or online by clicking HERE.
Loretta Lynn’s Ranch will always hold a special place in the heart of the GNCC Racing Nation. While the venue is currently not a part of the traditional GNCC schedule, it’s never impossible to see it return to the series. In 2019, we’ll be hosting a round of the Specialized Turbo eMTB GNCC National Championship at Loretta Lynn’s on the Saturday afternoon prior to the Rocky Mountain ATV/MC AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship. This puts the GNCC eMTB Racing Nation in front of the some of the world’s best amateur motocross racers and some of the biggest companies in the motorcycle industry.
When you check in at the front gate, you’ll pay your GNCC eMTB admission fee and be given a special sticker for your vehicle. The sticker is good for Friday and Saturday, July 26-27 only. Parking for those who are only attending the eMTB event will be available in the Day Parking lot located about ½ mile from the front gate, on the right side of the road just after the pond. Registration for the event will be located at the MX Sports Trackside Office, located on the north side of the motocross track, not far from the announcer’s tower.
The eMTB event will start on the motocross starting line and use a portion of the Loretta Lynn’s Motocross track before crossing the road and heading into the woods. The finish line and scoring zone will be located in the valley just across the main road from the eMTB parking area. The Loretta Lynn’s racecourse promises to be a fun one as the facility is full of flowing trails, and big hills going both up and down. The soil here can have a mix of loamy black topsoil with some loose shell-type rock, which can add a challenge to the course. Overall, this promises to be a very unique event that any eMTB racer doesn't want to miss!