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SSR Training Facility is a motocross/Offroad racing facility that focuses primarily on amateur motocross and GNCC racing. Our training season at the facility is from mid-March to mid-November when we leave for Mini O’s. We run a winter program in Florida from the beginning of January until Mid March when we head to spring nationals and back up to SSR. 

SSR Training Facility is located in Bowling Green, Indiana; between Indianapolis and Terre Haute. 45 minutes west of the Indianapolis airport. SSR is on 62 acres and consist of two motocross tracks a Supercross track and multiple turn track configurations. On site we have 27 RV sites all with 30 and 50 amp electrical hook ups, septic, and city water and WIFI. The RV campground is 100% gravel parking and has Wi-Fi. We also have an on-site gym, laundry room, and bathroom. We have two full-time trainers, Steven Squire and Ross Muinzer, that work together to manage the on the bike and off the bike program.

SSR has been operating as a full-time training facility here in Bowling Green Indiana for four years. We are the largest training facility in the Midwest. We offer full-time training, monthly, weekly, and daily pricing as well as 2 weekend training days per month. We are known for our full time training, spring break camps, Loretta’s prep camps, and weekend training.

Another thing we are known for is taking safety serious. Our tracks use a caution light system called CautionZ that replace flaggers on blind jumps/sections. The lights are controlled by a remote that our trainers carry on them at all times.

We’ve taken other extreme measures towards safety at our facility. In addition to the CautionZ system, our local fire department has worked with us to organize two E-medivac training sessions at SSR. We were taught how to set up the landing pad, signals, and proper loading procedures for rear and side load helicopters. With all these and other precautions we take pride in having built a reputation for providing a safe and professional training environment.