Track information

The Raytown BMX track is in its sixth season of operation this year. Developed by the Raytown Parks & Recreation Department with considerable assistance from the American Bicycle Association (ABA) and numerous volunteers and in cooperation with the C-2 school district. The track is located at 12605 Frost Rd. on land owned by C-2 and leased to the Raytown Park Board for the BMX track and youth soccer fields. A seven member volunteer Board of Directors and an appointed Track Director, maintain and operate the track along with assistance from many other volunteers who come out to help every week.

Raytown BMX 913-890-0213

More information is located at the Raytown BMX Web Site.

Race Night:  Thursdays
Practice Night:  Mondays
Registration Time: 6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. April-Nov.
Race Fees: $10.00/class
Practice Fees: $5.00

What is Bicycle Motocross Racing (BMX) Racing?
BMX is one of the fastest growing youth sports in the nation. BMX is bicycle racing on a dirt track with jumps and turns. BMX is a sport catering to the individual. Every rider gets to participate and compete. No one sits on the bench and no one gets cut from the team of BMX.

Skill Levels:There are three amateur skill levels: Novice, Intermediate, and Expert. All riders start as Novices and work up to the more advanced levels by winning races.

Membership: You must join the ABA to ride on the track. We have a 1-day Free Membership just to see if you like the sport of BMX. If you do, you can then purchase a 30-day trial membership or a full membership. A 30-day trial membership is available for $25. Within the 30 days, you can join the ABA as a full member for only $25 more. A full membership is $45 per year.

Required Safety Equipment

Bike: 20" wheeled bike, 3 pads (on the handlebar crossbar, the stem and top tube of frame, reflectors and kick-stand removed, and a number plate (you will be provided one).

Your Body: You must wear a long sleeve shirt, long pants and a helmet (full face helmet is recommended). Raytown BMX does have "loaner" helmets for your use.


350 Hwy. to Westridge (between Noland Road and Raytown Road). North on Westridge to Frost Road, turn right, look for entrance to track on right side. We are located on the C-2 Safety Center (driver's ed. range) on Frost Rd.

To view a map to the BMX Track or to get more information about the track, visit the Raytown BMX Web Site.