MotoVentures finds a new home in Anza

Off-road training center has exclusive use of 300-acre property

By Motorcycle.Com Staff, Oct. 01, 2009
MotoVentures has relocated its rider training center to a new 300-acre site near Anza, Calif.

The site, located on a Cahuilla Indian Reservation, will be exclusively dedicated for use by MotoVentures’ Anza Rider Training Center. The Center will provide off-road motorcycle training including motocross and trial riding.

The property features a large flat area and gentle rolling terrain and natural challenges like sand-washes, hill-climbs and miles of dirt roads and trails. The soil is a mixture of decomposed granite rock and earth, which MotoVentures says provides a consistent feel even when wet.

The Center also has a motocross track for learning and practicing motocross skills.

Riders can bring their own motorcycles or choose from MotoVentures’ fleet of Yamaha dirt bikes and trials bike from Gas Gas and French manufacturer Scorpa.

MotoVentures has operated at several southern California locations in ten years as it searched for optimal training locations. MotoVentures says the Anza site has the potential of being the company’s best and last home.