We’re motorcycle racers.
Micky and Aimee Grana have raced and ridden high-speed motorcycles on the track for years. Finally, they stepped forward to create their own track, a track that encapsulated their vision of what a racing facility should be.
With years of racing with other organizations under their belts, the Granas and their friends knew what worked and what didn’t. Once Chuckwalla Valley Raceway was operating, it was a natural step to start a motorcycle road racing organization that offered club racing the way racers wanted it.
The Chuckwalla Valley Motorcycle Association offers an easy-to-understand rulebook and class structure. You won’t need a lawyer and an engineer to figure out what you can and can’t do to your race motorcycle, or what classes to race it in. No headaches, no hassles.
CVMA also gives you more of what you come to the race track for – racing. After a brief morning warmup, racing starts on Saturday morning, and continues through Sunday. You didn’t come to the track to burn up tires and race gas practicing, you came to race. CVMA gives you racing.
The 2.68-mile track is the newest in Southern California, and was penned by renowned track designer Ed Bargy. The track is wide, smooth, and features vast runoff areas and can be run in both directions. Safety is a primary concern, and the track was designed with motorcycle racing as a primary function, not an afterthought. And CVMA is committed to ensuring that adequate medical crews are on hand for racers and spectators alike.