What Makes Motocross at CRMX such a great sport?
- It’s a highly active and physical sport with many health benefits
- The entire family can participate and share in the experience
- It supports the community - a win-win for everyone
Our number one goal in opening Clyde River Motocross (CRMX) to the public is to grow the sport of motocross in our local area. We want to bring recognition to the sport we love and the best way to do that is to get families involved and see for themselves the good times and benefits motocross can provide. It really starts with the children in our communities and our, “Learn to Ride Motocross Program”, the goal being to introduce kids at a very young age to the world of motocross. Nothing would make us happier than to see young people out on the track and trails with grins from ear-to-ear.
Motocross Can Teach Kids Valuable Life Lessons
He’s tried football and baseball. She’s tried softball, soccer, and tennis. And you have watched and inwardly wept with him when these sports didn’t work out for one reason or another. Your child wants to be an athletic success, and you know that it is possible if you can find the right activity. With more than 35 million kids in the United States participating in organized sports, according to Statistic Brain, you know there has to be a sport your child will love and enjoy. Then your child says the word, “motocross,” and you wonder if this could possibly be the key to turning a corner in sports.
Motocross is a sport that can greatly benefit both boys and girls. While it is not a team sport like softball or basketball, kids will still develop character and discipline while participating in motocross. There are many benefits to motocross, and the following seven traits will help your child in every aspect of his or her life.