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  WELCOME TO REYNARD RACEWAY!... The new home of Robbie Reynard. Heralded as one of the greatest amateur racers of all time, Reynard was a “can’t miss” prospect when he turned pro in 1993. Picked up by Factory Kawasaki, Reynard paid instant dividends by winning the 125cc class at the Steel City National in his first season, then going on to win the AMA’s Rookie of the Year award for ’93. He won his pro debut and became the youngest rider to win an Outdoor National and an Arenacross Championship. He also was the 1998 World Supercross Champion. His career however has been plagued with injuries over the years and we never got to see Robbie reach his potential as a racer. Now in his 30s he has retired from the professional circuit but racing is still in his blood, you can see him with his students at most amateur nationals. He is back to his roots, riding in FOX gear and rocking #67.

Reynard Raceway is in the heart of Oklahoma close drive to OKlahoma City and Tulsa. Sits on top of the highest point in Wellston, OK there is 162 rolling acres. 

There is one natural terrain motocross track (approx. two miles long featuring huge uphills, downhills, camber, corners, berms, whoops, double jumps and table tops), an eight-mile cross-country track/trail, built in restroom facilities (including showers), and 20 RV hookups.

4000 sq foot shop house, for MX School and Camp riders who choose the "live in" option. Includes 4 bedrooms with bunks, 2 bathrooms, laundry room, kitchen, gym, living room and much more. For all information on schools email us

Be sure to join the Reynard Raceway community and follow Robbie with his new venture of owning a motocross facility. Exciting things are coming as Robbie will be using his years of racing experiences and a lifetime of commitment to the sport of motocross.



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