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Old 09-08-2021, 10:49 AM   #1
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Tracks Areas to Ride in/Near Houston

Hey Guys, looking for all areas to ride. I know about MSRH/MSRC/COTA/HHR. I heard there is a go kart track that allows any bike size in Houston. Basically looking for anywhere to put on a suit and practice practice, not wide bendys out on 3090 etc.

Any help would be extremely beneficial!
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Old 09-08-2021, 12:19 PM   #2
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Hey Guys, looking for all areas to ride. I know about MSRH/MSRC/COTA/HHR. I heard there is a go kart track that allows any bike size in Houston. Basically looking for anywhere to put on a suit and practice practice, not wide bendys out on 3090 etc.

Any help would be extremely beneficial!

Speedsportz (New Caney) and Gulf coast karters (past Katy a bit).
Speedsportz has a cc limit on supermoto and sport bikes but Iíve seen bigger bikes out (be better to call them and ask or just see if anyone says anything lol.
Speedsportz has a track fee for riding I believe and any time Iíve been to GCK I go with someone who has a membership.

[mention]classala [/mention] would be the man to talk to!
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Lindz is correct. I love going to Speedsportz, but I ride a 250cc Ninja. I think their limits are 500cc and under for bikes and it cost $75 to ride on their big track (if you don't have a membership). Also, the track is open to ride everyday from 10AM - 5PM... but you need to call and make sure an event is not happening on the day you plan on going their. It's LOADS of FUN!!!!
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So my Duke 890 looks like a 390, you think they would know? That sounds like a blast! What is GCK?
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So my Duke 890 looks like a 390, you think they would know? That sounds like a blast! What is GCK?
I was misinformed, they have no limitations on bike size, but I can honestly say that a BIG bike would be geared too awkwardly to ride it to its fullest potential out there. You probably will be in 1st and 2nd gear the whole time... I barely make 4th gear on the back straight. But, it's cheap enough to give it a whirl

They use to let cars drift out there, so the track is relatively big.

I think GCK is the kart track in Katy... now that one is pretty small.
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