CTMX 2015 Dates Released!

April 26- Showdown at ChilliTown (AMA & OMA)

July 12- Battle for Ohio  (AMA & OMA)

August 14- Ross County Fair race (OMA)

October 18- Moto Mayhem Halloween Race  (OMA)


Stay tuned for more details

VOTE for Ohio’s Best track!

Click on the link below to go directly tot the voting site! CTMX appreciates your support!




Check out the Battle video if you want to get pumped for the Halloween Weekend!

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Halloween Race Weekend at CTMX!


5-10     Gates Open   $10/person for weekend

                                    $30/night for Camping



8a-11p Gates Open

10-4     Open Practice $25/rider

2-4       Early Sign up

4-10     D.J. Music

6-         Pit Parade Meets by Staging Area

6-10     Hay Rides

7-8       Costume Contest & Pumpkin Judging

8-9       Camper to Camper Trick or Treat

9-         Monster Energy Cup (outdoor broadcast)

11p      Quiet Hours NO PIT VEHICLES!!



6a        Gates Open

7a        Sign up opens

7:45     Christian Motorcycle Church Service

8a        PA Riders Meeting*

8:30     Practice   3 Laps & NO LATE


*Please refer to your Riders Meeting Handout!! There will NOT be a physical meeting so if you have ANY questions they need to be addressed before racing starts!!

Amateur class costs: $25 – $20 – $15

Pro Class Cost:   $30/per

Payback is 200% for ALL Money Classes!

Weekend Schedule


Gates open from 5-10pm



Gates open 8am-10pm

Organized open practice 10-4

Early race registration for Sunday 1-4

Pro-Am race   4-4:30

Moto Limbo  4:30-6

Moto Limbo classes  (250/450/125 – 85/65 – 50)

Optional nutrition and fitness for MX performance by Dr. Brandon Hanes 6-7pm

Pit vehicle parade meet at 7:30 at staging, goes through camp rows, ends at 8pm at the bandstand

***Must have pit vehicle pass!  No race bikes!***

Band plays 7-10:30 “Smoke and Mirrors”

band schedule:  music 7-7:45

hula hoop contest and bike wheelie contest 7:45- 8:20

Music 8:20-9:00

Human Limbo  9-9:20

Music 9:20-10:30

Quiet hours start at 11:00



Gates open at 6:00am

registration opens at 7:00am

Church services by CMA 7:30-8:15

Practice 8:30am

Mandatory Riders meeting after practice

10:20- National Anthem, helicopter fly by and Cannons fire!



Please remember you must have a current OMA and AMA Memberships to race!

Quality Inn Discount

Our local supporting Quality Inn is offering a 10% discount to all CTMX customers for this weekend only! Call them at 740-775-3500 or go to www.qualityinn.com to book your room today!

Get ready! The Battle for Ohio is July 18-20!

Get those Hawaiian shirts ready! We are having a Luau party Saturday night after practice. Lots of stuff going on for the weekend, including: Moto Limbo, Human limbo, Pro/Am 85 team race, wheelie contest, pit vehicle parade, water games, all weekend MX Yardsale and much more. We are also having a fundraiser for Keegan McDade which will include a silent auction donations are being accepted. Live band Saturday night “Smoke and Mirrors”. Check us out on facebook or visit www.chillitownmx.com for more annoucements as we draw near. Please also look over the revised class list for the Battle Series. REMINDER: The Battle Series is a dual sanctioned event with AMA and OMA and you MUST have current memberships in both in order to race!  Can’t wait to see you all at the track!

JULY 19 Battle of Ohio Classes!


50cc Junior Ages 4-6 0-51cc MAX wheel size 10 inches Max 14mm round intake -Single speed automatic
50cc Senior Ages 7-8 0-51cc MAX wheel size 12 inches Max 19mm round intake -Single speed automatic
50cc Oil Injected Ages 4-8 0-51cc PW CLASS ONLY! Must be Oil injected AND a shaft driven 2 stroke
50cc Open Ages 4-8 0-51cc Open to all 50cc machines  
65cc Junior Ages 7-9 59-65cc    
65cc Senior Ages 10-11 59-65cc    
65cc Open Ages 7-11   Open to all 65cc machines  
85cc Junior * Ages 9-11 2-stroke 79-85cc 4-stroke 75-125cc** * Small Wheel Only Class
**4-strokes permitted to 125cc at the discretion of the referee
85cc Senior *

Ages 12-15 2-stroke 79-85cc 4-stroke 75-150cc * Small Wheel Only Class
Super Mini

Ages 10-11

Ages 12-16
up to 85cc MAX
2-stroke 79-112cc

4-stroke 75-150cc
Girls Ages 9-12 65cc-85cc    
Women Ages 13+ 99cc-250cc    
2-stroke Ages 12+ * 122-250cc * Must be 14 to ride 250 2-stroke  
Collegeboy Ages 16-24 122cc-open    
Plus 25 Ages 25+ 122cc-open    
Vet Plus 30 Ages 30+ 122cc-open    
Vet Plus 30C Ages 30+ 122cc -open Cannot run Plus 25 or Vet Plus 30  
Senior Plus 40 Ages 40+ 122cc-open    
Senior Plus 50 Ages 50+ 122cc-open    
250 A* Ages 16+ 122-250cc * Non Points Class  
250 B * Ages 12+ 122-250cc * Must be 14 to ride 250 2-stroke
250 C * Ages 12+ 122-250cc * Must be 14 to ride 250 2-stroke
Open A (Pro Bike)* Ages 16+ 122cc-open * Non Points Class  
Open B Ages 14+ 122cc-open    
Open C Ages 14+ 122cc-open    

Battle of Ohio ATV Classes

ATV Micro Ages 8 & under 0-50cc * Production Class
ATV Mini Jr. Ages 11 & under 51-70cc * Production Class  
ATV Mini Sr. Ages 14 and under 90-150cc * Production Class  
ATV Supermini Shifter Ages 7-15 65cc-150cc Mod Class / No CVT  
ATV Schoolboy Ages 12-16 200-350cc Mod Class / No Auto or CVT
0-200c 2 stroke (blaster)
0-350cc 4 stroke (300ex – Raptor 350)
ATV A* Ages 16+ 250cc-Open * Non Points Class  
ATV B Ages 15+ 250cc-Open    
ATV C Ages 15+ 250cc-Open    
ATV Open Ages 15+ 250cc-Open    
ATV Vet Ages 30+ 250cc-Open    

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Gary Semix Monthly Riding Tip: Secrets to Motocross Corner Speed

Understanding the secrets below will enable you to have a lot more speed and control into and through the corners. Most by times what you think you know isn’t enough. Many times the rest of what you need to know has been right there the entire time…you just didn’t recognize it.

The most critical part of the corner is at the transition. Race What is the transition? It’s where you go from controlling the bike with the brakes to controlling it with the clutch and throttle. There can’t be any coasting between. You go from braking to accelerating. How simple 2014 is that? Now that you know it you can easily and consistently be doing it correctly at a slow pace, then you can start adding speed to it. Once you have it down you will be amazed how much faster your corners will be.

Here’s an example to help you understand just how easy this secret is applied. When entering a corner if you XEN coast between braking and accelerating you give up a lot of your control because the brakes give you over 50% of your control. The way you must compensate for this lose of control is to slow down. But at the same time if you don’t enter the corner fast enough you don’t need to ride the brakes longer and harder. In another example lets say you enter the corner faster but then brake too hard. If you hit the front brake too hard you may knife the front wheel and/or slide it out. Rear brake to hard…kill the engine…slide out and so on. Not braking hard enough isn’t going to work either as you will over shoot the corner. This is why it’s vital to get very skilled at controlling the brakes while you are feeling what’s needed. Riding with more control is way more fun. cheap jerseys There is more wholesale jerseys info. on this in my DVD # 2 Volume 3 Series. Check it cheap jerseys out.

Most times when you are several feet from the transition this braking control can be maintained with a light touch of both the front and rear brakes as you begin to transfer to the clutch and throttle. In other conditions it may be a lot more aggressive braking before more aggressive clutch and throttle control. Then there is the entire range between feathering the brakes and locking them up. an Again, you have to control the brakes as you are feeling what is needed not only to slow down but to control the bike…making it do exactly what you want it to do…hold the same angle, cut shorter, go wider, steer with the rear wheel, with the front wheel. It’s all done with the brakes and your body movements, AWESOME FEELING WHEN YOU GET IT DOWN!!

Now that you got this technique secret you can begin riding with more control and way more Education fun. Get more secrets and techniques for riding with control in all types of corners with my two volume 3 DVDs #4 Hard Slick Corner Techniques and #5 Berm Corner Techniques. These techniques are easy, fun and the way to go for doing corners.

(originally posted on Gary Semix MX Training website)