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Bike Open
track days 


Take Your Bike Up
To all new speeds

Anyone with a motorcycle can enjoy the tracks and facilities of NOLA Motorsports. We allow everyone the ability to use our tracks for recreational or competitive use.


$200 for the day.

What is Motorcycle Open Track Day?

Motorcycle Open Track Day (MOTD) is your opportunity to bring your motorcycle onto our track and experience the thrill of high-performance track driving.

Format of the Day

MOTD is held in the morning through the afternoon (usually 9 am - 5 pm). We separate run groups into novice, intermediate, and advanced riders. MOTD starts with a technical inspection followed by a short, 20-minute rider meeting before opening the track for the day. There will be an hour lunch break from 12 pm to 1 pm.


If you are at least 16, have a current driver’s license, and have your own motorcycle you can register for MOTD. Simply find a date that works for you on our calendar below. If you are registering for the advanced group, you must show proof of experience in the form of a valid racing license from any club such as AHRMA, WERA, CMRA, etc., or proof of Advance group participation from another track-day organization in order to register for this group.

Book time on the track

Upcoming Bike Track Days





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  • Training

MSF Basic Rider and Advanced Rider Training and track bike rentals, gear rentals and basic motorcycle services are available at NOLA Motorsports through NOLA Riding Academy.

  • Cancellations

If you register but you cannot attend, contact us in advance and we will issue you credit towards a future MOTD.

Motorcycle Requirements

  • Passing Technical

All bikes must pass technical inspection prior to admittance to the track. On Track Days, technical inspection begins at 7:25 am. Riders must complete and sign the self-inspection portion of the tech sheet before proceeding to Technical Inspection.

It is your responsibility to have your bike prepared prior to riding on the race track. Technical inspection sheets will be provided at registration. If your bike does not pass technical inspection, you will not be issued a group sticker to access the track.

  • Insurance
Most insurance policies don’t typically cover track day driving. We recommend contacting your insurance agent to verify or get coverage.

  • Mechanical Failures
Mechanical issues are a fact of life when in the Motorsport hobby. We do not offer refunds for failures at any point during your participation in MOTD.

Track Rules

  • Riders Meeting
Each day begins with a MANDATORY riders meeting. ATTENDANCE IS A MUST IF YOU WANT TO RIDE.

  • Passing
There will be several bikes on the track in one run group. Passing other bikes is allowed in designated passing zones with specific passing rules that will be discussed in detail during the drivers’ meeting.

  • Safety Gear
Each driver must be wearing sufficient motorcycle safety gear including long pants (no holes), over-the-ankle boots (sturdy, not canvas), full-finger gloves, and a helmet with eye protection.

  • Rain or Shine
We run rain or shine but if we get too much standing-water to safely run on the track, we will credit your entry for a future MOTD.

  • Oil Spills
** Please note that if you spill oil on the track your day is over. **

Track Day Checklist

All participants must have a valid driver's license. Anyone under the age of 18 must sign a minor waiver.
Parent or legal guardian must be present to sign the waiver.

Please read through the bike checklist below.


Motorcycle Inspection Checklist

  • Tires and brakes must be in good condition. Tires should be at least 50%+ in new condition.
  • All glass, headlight, turn signals, and plastic lenses must be taped over or removed.
  • We recommend but do not require the removal of center stands. No bikes with center stands will be allowed in the Advanced Group due to the ground clearance issue.
  • All machines must have an operational handlebar mounted kill switch/button and self-closing throttle in good working condition.
  • Riders must use water, water wetter or a non-ethyl glycol-based antifreeze/coolant. Approved Poly Glycol brands are: Evans, 7th Gear, Liquid Performance, Engine Ice, Motul, Red Line, and VP
  • All valve stems must have caps.
  • Wheel balance weights must be well secured and duct-taping is required.
  • License plates must have bolts taped or be removed.
  • Advanced riders only must safety wire oil drain plugs, oil filter, and oil fill caps.