Quadna Mountain Park, located near Hill City, Minnesota, has been a staple for great snowmobile riding, practice, R&D and racing for decades. The former ski area has everything that motorized snow junkies need to break the fun barrier: snow making, a comfy lodge, snow groomers, heated restrooms, plenty of parking, food and drinks, a big deck to enjoy them on, and hilly terrain with world-class spectator viewing.
For the first time ever, snow bike racing is coming to Quadna and on Sunday, February 19, 2017 round 5 of the AMA Championship Snow Bike Series will bring snow bikes to the hill. This may just be the best race course of the year.
There is a couple of hundred feet of elevation gain and loss per lap on the half-mile long track with big, banked turns, multiple lines and jump and rhythm sections galore. Novice riders will be challenged, but will be able to safely navigate the track, and pros will fly sky high as they are pushed to the limits of what snow bikes and their riders can do.
Quadna is located in northern central Minnesota near Hill City and Grand Rapids, and there is onsite lodging available by calling (218) 697-2880. The event is scheduled to run later in the day with practice starting at 1pm sharp and racing at 2pm to allow riders and spectators attending Saturday’s Minneapolis Supercross to easily make the trek to Quadna.
The AMA Championship Snow Bike Series is the premier snow bike series in the world, with nine rounds in seven states in 2017, and you can learn more by visiting https://.snowbikeseries.com.