From Vancouver (284 km) :
Take the Trans Canada Highway/BC-1 E ramp. Merge onto BC-1 E. Continue onto BC-3 E.Â Follow Crowsnest Highway BC-3 E to Princeton. Turn left onto Bridge Street, then follow the signs right to turn right onto BC-5A. Follow the BC-5A highway for 2km to Laurie Currie Way. Turn right onto Laurie Currie Way and follow for 700m to the Princeton Exhibition Grounds.
Friday April 21. 12pm â€“ 11pm
Saturday April 22. Open 7am â€“ 11pm
Sunday April 23. 6:30am â€“ 2:30pm
GATE FEES: Friday â€“ Sunday
$10 per person to a maximum of $25 per family, 5 years and under are free.
$10 per night
Practice Fee $30
Riders meeting 8.45 am
Practice 9Â am â€“ 4 pm
Registration: 7:30 am
85 cc / 65 cc
New Kid Beginners, Young Ladies
Age Classes, Ladies
Registration 6.30 am â€“ 8 am
Mandatory riders meeting at 7:45 am
Practice 8:00 am.
$35 first class
$30 second class
$25 third class
$50 first class
$40 second class
$30 third class
CLASSES (subject to change)
Note: race format will be posted trackside on the day of the race
50 cc 4-6 ANQ Trophy 1-3
50 cc 7-8 ANQ Trophy 1-3
50 cc GP ANQ Trophy 1-3
65 cc 7-9 ANQ Trophy 1-3
65 cc 10-11 ANQ Trophy 1-3
85 cc 7-11 ANQ Trophy 1-3
85 cc 12-16 ANQ Trophy 1-3
Supermini ANQ Trophy 1-3
School Boy 12-16 ANQ (85 cc to 125 cc two stroke 75 cc â€“ 150 cc four stroke
122 cc to 153 cc 2 stroke 150 cc 4 stroke ) Trophy 1-3
Open Beginner Trophy 1-3
250 Junior ANQ Trophy 1-3
Open Junior ANQ Trophy 1-3
250 Intermediate ANQ 1-3 â€“ 50% payout
Open Intermediate ANQ 1-3 â€“ 50% payout
Open Pro (Intermediates allowed) ANQ 100%
New Kid Beginner
(50cc, 65cc, One year or less experience) Ages 4-9 Trophy 1-3
Ladies (Big Wheel Bikes Only)
125cc â€“ 250cc 2-stroke, 150cc â€“ 250 cc 4-stroke, Trophy 1-3
Young Ladies for 65cc, 85cc and 150cc 4-stroke Ages 7-14 Trophy 1-3
Under 30/Youth Ages 17-29 50% Payout
Vet +30 ANQ 50% Payout
Vet +40 ANQ 50% Payout
Vet +50 50% Payout
All trophy classes go back to 3rd place, no matter the numbers
All Payout classes must have 5 riders or more on the gate for pay.
Riders must have a FWM membership in order for their points to qualify in the series. Membership can be bought online or at trackside. More Information
CampingÂ Â $10 perÂ vehicle per night.
You will have a choice of camping on the old horse racing track which surrounds the MX track or another flat parking area. There are a number of garden hose hookups to fill water tanks with potable water from the municipality.
There are also a couple of full hook up RV camping spots close by such as
Princeton RV Campground (250 295 7355)
Princeton Castle Resort (250 295 7988)
There are pay showers at the track and actual flushing washrooms with sinks.
No open campfires will be allowed but propane fire pits are welcome.
There are a number of hotels servicing the Princeton area such as
Sandman Inn (250 295 6923)
Canada’s Best Value Inn (250 295 3537)
Ponderosa Motel (250 295 6941)
Villager Inn (250 295 6996)
A selection of restaurants ranging from fast food to fine dining are also available within a short drive.
April weather can be cool in Princeton due to the higher elevation so some warmer clothes would be smart idea.
For hotel availability and rates check www.hotels.com. Sign up to earn points for all future hotel bookings