Swan MX Raceway Park is the oldest continuous running racetrack in Texas, and offers some of the finest amenities that you will find in the sport of motocross.  It has seen motorcycle activity since 1969, but it wasn’t until the last 30 years that the facility began to develop into what you see today.

It is the exclusive home of the $25,000 Texas Pro Challenge, a once-a-year event.  Over the past 24 years, Swan MX Raceway Park has awarded over $600,000 to the professional racers who travel from all over the country to compete in the challenge.  It is also home of both the 22nd Annual Texas LONE STAR State Championship MX Series, which has given away 33 new dirtbikes throughout the past 21 years, as well as the 10th Annual LONE STAR Night Series.

Swan MX Raceway Park has been owned and operated by the same family since 1984.  As a 3-generation family-run racetrack, you will feel at home when you come to Swan.  With such friendly and helpful staff, don’t be surprised if you are recognized and greeted by name when you arrive.  We strive to provide riders and their families with a fun, wholesome, and safe racing environment, and we hope that you feel welcome and valued when you come to Swan!

25th Annual $25,000 Texas Pro Challenge

Coming soon on September 30-October 2, 2016!   > MORE INFO HERE!


AUGUST 13-14, 2016

Aug 12  |  Gates Open at 7pm
Aug 13  |  Organized Practice 9am-3pm  +  AMA Full Moon NIGHT Series – Round 4
Aug 14  |  Texas Lone Star State Championship MX Series – Round 6


Organized Practice  2016 fullmoon161 Updated  2016 fullmoon162 Updated  2016 Texas Lone Star Series Flier

* NOTE:  The Full Moon Series is an AMA event, so you will need to have an AMA license to race.  You may join/renew at the event, or may sign up online HERE.   Be sure to print out and bring your temporary card as proof of current membership for AMA events, or be required to purchase another one.  Remember, YOU are responsible for having proof of current membership!



Most slideshow photos courtesy of Hazbeenz Photography

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