Medicine Hat Motocross Society
We offer 50% off Memberships to anyone (male or female) who volunteers 20 hours or more at the track per riding season.
This can include:
Track prep, painting buildings, field maintenance & cutting, assisting staff at May Long Motocross, assisting committee's, etc.
All hours need to be logged and signed off by any MHMS Board Member.
If you are interested, please attend any General public meeting, or contact us through the facebook page, instagram page, or email.
Regarding UTV/ATV Track Development:
Please be conscientious of the equipment and proceed caution and safe distance around the areas being worked on. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the MHMS executive, and will be addressed accordingly.
DIRECTIONS TO THE TRACK
From Calgary: Turn Left at the lights by the Petro-Canada in Redcliff.
From Medicine Hat: Turn Right at the lights by the Petro-Canada in Redcliff
-Two miles North on Boundary Road.
Welcome to mhms.ca. With great honor we are proud to say welcome to southern Alberta motocross.
Attention all riders: The Main Track will be closed for use from Wednesday through Monday for Track Prep and the Races that are this weekend! The other tracks will be open to members only until Thursday Night, and then closed Friday through Monday.
Attention all riders: Keys for day passes are now available at the Petro-Canada Gas Station (1700 South Highway Dr. SE, Redcliff, AB.) Memberships are available at Southland Powersports (3141 Gershaw Dr. SW, Medicine Hat, AB.)
Check out photos from past races held at the Medicine Hat Motocross Park!!
The Medicine Hat Motorcycle Society is a non-profit, family oriented organization that is dedicated to helping community members enjoy the sport of recreational motorcycle riding. Volunteers organize events and activities geared towards all levels of riders that helps to teach the fundamentals of off road riding.
Racing teaches our young people discipline and responsibility through competition. We have second-generation members following in the footsteps of their parents joining in the riding and organizing of these competitions. Riders from age six to sixty can and do enjoy this sport.
The MHMS has always had a strong volunteer base with new generations joining in to do their part. Over the years we have developed rules & guidelines to keep order and we abide by all of the regulations set out in the Societies Act. These rules teach riders respect for the land, respect for our neighbors, and respect for other riders. The Medicine Hat Motorcycle Society belongs to the sanctioning body CMRC that provides insurance and guidelines for our events. We are an environmentally responsible organization with the belief that we need to put back what we take from the land.
In 1965 a group of six motorcycle enthusiasts decided to form a club and thus the Medicine Hat Trail Winders was formed. The intention of the members was merely to promote the sport of motorcycling in their community in an organized manner. Within a year interest in the club escalated and the club needed a permanent place for its members to ride. The members decided to incorporate the club changing its name to the Medicine Hat Motorcycle Club and at this time the Alberta Government leased land to the club to use on a full time basis. The land eventually changed hands from the Alberta Government to the City of Medicine Hat who continued to lease to the MHMS.
Unfortunately, in the year 2003, due to circumstances beyond our control, the City of Medicine Hat was no longer able to lease the MHMS the land that the club had used for so many years. The club eventually found a new piece of land to call home & years later the club, now the Medicine Hat Motorcycle Society, is still thriving and providing organized events for its many family members and encouraging all motorcycle enthusiasts in the community by offering them a place to ride and thrilling events to watch.