Rd 11 - Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Mason-Dixon

LocationMathews Farm - Mount Morris, PA
TimeSeptember 29, 2018 - September 30, 2018
StarMicro 50cc - Round 6

Est: 2018



$20 Adult (12+)
$10 Kids (6-11)
5 & under free

Special Information:

  1. Fantic eMTB races will be held Friday at 6 p.m. and will feature 7 classes, with no pre-qualifying: Pro, Schoolboy (12-18), Junior (19-29), Vet (30-39), Senior (40-49), Masters (50+) and Women. Class 1 Pedal Assist Bicycles with a motor powered speed of 20 mph and motor wattage of <=750 watts eligible only. Bicycle helmet and eye protection are required. Read more, HERE.
  2. Team Faith Track Walk for Micro Riders: Friday @ 5 PM; Meet at Starting Line.
  3. 3rd Annual Mowgli Memorial Dog Show presented by the GNCC Kennel Club.
    Date & Time: Saturday, September 29 @ 6 p.m.
    Classes: Pro (registered pedigrees), 4-Stroke (51+ lbs), 2-Stroke (16<50 lbs), Lites (terriers, miniatures, foo foo dogs, 0<15 lbs), Utility (shepherds, labs, retrievers, service dogs), Senior (10+ years), Micro (puppies 0<1 year).
    Judged On: Appearance, Agility (performance, obstacles), Attire (costumes).
  4. Team Faith Youth Activities: Saturday @ 6 PM - 9-Square at Team Faith Rig.
  5. Team Faith Brandyn Smith "Remembrance Service" for family & friends: Sunday @ 9 AM; Balloon Release @ 10 AM Bike Start.
  6. The GNCC On-Track Program will be visiting RW Clark Elementary School in Uniontown, PA and Albert Gallatin South Middle School in Point Marion, PA on Friday, September 28.

Another new addition to the GNCC schedule is no stranger at all. For the first time since 2003, GNCC Racing will return to Mathews Farm in Mount Morris, PA for the Mason-Dixon GNCC. This facility is located across the street from the iconic High Point Raceway, home of the High Point Pro Motocross National since 1977. As an added bonus, plans are to incorporate the High Point Raceway facility into the racecourse, which would also mark GNCC Racing’s return to High Point for the first time since 2002!

Since the last Mathews Farm event, the land has not hosted any sort of racing event and the woods are back to a virgin state. This means that possibilities are nearly endless in terms of what types of trails you will encounter on the course. This area of southern Pennsylvania is not overly rocky so don’t expect much rock. However, the rolling hills of the area can make for some fun hillclimbs. As usual, we want to incorporate a mix of open trail, tight single track trail, and some fun flowing trail into the Mathews Farm course, and this facility gives a lot of opportunity for some fun grass track sections as well.

There’s no doubt that this event has the potential to become a popular addition to the GNCC schedule amongst riders and fans alike!

Our Favorite Dining Opportunities: 

52 Clay St, Morgantown, WV 26505
(304) 296-2565
Known as one of West Virginia's most respected restaurants for fine Italian cuisine and top notch service, Oliverio's on The Wharf, established in 2001, is located in Morgantown's newly renovated Wharf District. The tuscan inspired eatery, with it's big city feel and small town charm is within walking distance from area hotels and downtown.

6120 Mid Atlantic Dr, Morgantown, WV 26508
(304) 594-2222
Provoloni's is delighted to bring to Morgantown, fine Artisan Cheeses and Charcuterie.

Black Bear Burritos (2 locations)
132 Pleasant Street, Morgantown, WV (Downtown) 304-296-8696
3119 University Ave, Morgantown, WV (Evansdale) 304-777-4867
With a menu ranging from burritos, to wraps, chili and much more, Black Bear is one of the most popular restuarants in Morgantown. It's so popular that they even have 2 locations in Morgantown!

Iron Horse Tavern
140 High Street, Morgantown, WV
(304) 296-6230
Morgantown's Iron Horse Tavern hosts a variety of menu items ranging from burgers, pasta, steak, seafood and more. Located near the heart of downtown, the Iron Horse is definitely a must-stop for anyone.

Two Rivers Restaurant (Campground & Marina)
Dilliner, PA 15327
(724) 943-3745
Good food for a good price. There are two sides to the restaurant-one has a bar atmosphere and the other a more formal dining room.