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Summit Point
Summit Point Circuit
2026 Summit Point Rd.
PO Box 190
Summit Point, WV 25446
Phone: 304-725-8444
Fax: 304-728-7124
On-Site Amenities:
Limited Paved Paddock
Camping in Paddock: Yes
Paddock Electricity: Yes (20, 30 & 50 amp $10/day)
Showers: Yes
No Potable Water or Sewage
Food Vendor: Yes (Breakfast & Lunch)
FM Broadcast: Station 88.7
Rider Registration: Classroom inside track
Scoring on Riders' Right

Rider & Crew Credential Fees:*
    Cash Only
  • 4-day Pass: $45
  • 3-day Pass: $35
  • 2-day Pass: $25
  • Last Day Only Pass: $15
    *subject to change without notice

   CCS / ASRA Events at Summit Point Circuit - Main Course

May 27-28-29, 2017 - Summit Point Cyclefest

June 24-25, 2017

August 19-20, 2017 - Summer Cyclefest

All online event schedules are tentative, and subject to change. Use for planning purposes only.
Official Event Schedule should be obtained at the event.


  • Pre-Entries: Use our standard Pre-Entry forms

  • Safety Crew/Corner Worker Sign-Up

  • The Paddock Entry Bridge has been repaired but has limited capacity: 10,000 lbs per axle. Vehicles exceeding that will need to take the grade level track crossing from Orchard Road between Turns 10 and 1 to pit lane (this is same the procedure we used last August).

NEW Track Rules for Pit Bikes:

The Pit bike rule is going to be relaxed but with 100% no tolerance for breaking.

Pit bikes will be allowed in the paddock only. A pit bike is defined as a non street legal motorized vehicle. Minors should not be riding pit bikes anywhere. Bicycles and street legal vehicles will be allowed out of the paddock for access to viewing areas.

Playing on any vehicle in the woods is frowned upon; don’t be an idiot with a “street legal” pit bike. Summit Point is not a motocross or off-road track. Do not abuse the convenience of a pit bike on the dirt roads that exist to viewing areas. This applies day or night.

Help patrol your pit neighbors with a simple “Hey pit bikes are for paddock transportation, we could lose that goofing around”. People goofing off are hard to “catch” so this is a blanket policy for the whole paddock, not “we are going to confiscate violator’s bike (if we catch you)”. It is people goofing off who can remove permission for the whole paddock.

Staff (including MARRC) will be allowed out of the paddock on pit bikes for official purposes during practice/racing; be sure you have your official shirt on!

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