Where is the kids track?

The kids track is on the right side of the road next to the big track starting line. You can park next to the kids track vs. up in the field.


Q: What size bikes can ride the kids track?

65cc is the biggest size bike allowed on the kids track.


Q: Can kids on ATVs ride the kids track?

As long as it's not too crowded for safety reasons, small ATVs for kids are allowed.


Q: Where do you register and pay?

When you enter New England Dragway, drive straight ahead past the main offices (on the right). There is a small shack where you sign the waiver and pay the entrance fee.


Q: Is there a hose to wash my bike or quad?

There is a hose on the fence next to the registration shack. You might want to bring a nozzle. (Isn't this great?)


Q: Where do you park?

After you register, drive up the hill to the field on the left. The parking slopes slightly downward so you have a great view of the track. It's easy to see which class is running.


Q: Where do you enter the track to ride?

Next to the parking, the entrance road continues down the hill.  The rider starting line is at the bottom of the hill.


Q: Where do you exit the track?

The finish line is on the opposite side of the track. There is a shack there. The EXIT sign is posted there. Please always exit the track using this exit. Please do NOT use the exit/entrance near the field. This is for the ambulance, EMTs and track officials only.


Q: How do you know when to ride during practice?

Practice is run by rider class: A, B, C, Youth, Quad. There is a barrel at the starting line with letters on it. The track official at the starting line should turn the barrel to show you which class is running.  You might want to ask the track official anyway just to be sure, so you don't miss your practice.


Q: Are classes ever combined during practice sessions?

Depending on how many riders there are, sometimes classes are combined i.e. A and B. Youth and Quad classes are never combined with any other class regardless of how many riders are at the track. If there is only one quad, they ride alone.


Q: Do you offer a season pass?

Sorry, we do not offer a season pass. We offer Rider Rewards. Ride five times and the sixth practice is free.


Q: Is there a spectator fee?

Non-riding family members of minor riders (parents, grandparents and siblings) are free for both tracks (the big track and the kids track). Non-family member spectators are $5 per person on Saturdays and Sundays only. All spectators are free on Wednesdays.


Q: When does the track open and close for the season?

The track typically opens in May and closes for the season in late October. Specific opening and closing dates are announced on the website and on Facebook as we get closer to the date.


Q: Are you Open on Wednesdays?
We hope to open on Wednesday towards late June. We will announce on the website and on Facebook.

Q: Do you offer a season pass?

We don't offer a season pass. However, we have a Rider Rewards program: ride five times and the sixth practice is free!

Q: What are you doing to groom the track?
We have a bulldozer on site for the 2015 season. Jay Palmer is an experienced heavy equipment operator and is grooming the track. Jay is a top MX rider and trainer. We continue to work on improving the watering system.



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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can I download the waiver in advance?

Riders 18 years and older print and sign their name on the waiver sign-in sheet every time they ride. There is no waiver you can download in advance.


Q: I am a minor (under 18) and my parent will be with me at the track. How do I get a waiver?

PLEASE READ CAREFULLY: If a parent or legal guardian is bringing you to the track, they will SIGN THE WAIVER AT THE TRACK in front of a New England Dragway employee. You cannot print and sign the waiver before you come to the track. This waiver can be kept on file in case the minor rider subsequently comes to the track without a parent or legal guardian. After the waiver is on file, the minor rider must sign in if the parent is not present to sign in for the minor rider. The waiver that a parent or legal guardian signs at the track is NOT THE SAME as the notarized waiver.


Q: I am a minor and my parent cannot come to the track. How do I get a waiver?

If a legal guardian cannot be present to sign the waiver in person at the track, download this waiver and have it notarized. (Most banks have a notary public on staff.) The form must be printed in color. The parent/guardian completes the first page. The minor completes the second page. The notary must witness both parties complete their portion of the forms. The waiver is kept on file for the season. Once the waiver is on file, the legal guardian is no longer required to be present and the minor rider signs in every time they ride. DO NOT USE THIS WAIVER if the parent or legal guardian is bringing the minor rider to the track.


Q: Do I need a kill switch to ride a quad?

You need a tether and nerf bars.


Q: Do you have a track for kids?

Yes, we have a separate small track for kids.

Click the photo of the Kids Track to enlarge it.