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Idaho is a beautiful state with some of the best dirtbike trails in the country. You can take in the beautiful scenery while riding in the freedom of the open air.
Because dirtbikes are light, small, and engineered for offroading, you can take them across a variety of landscapes. Whether you want to do jumps, tricks, or maneuver with more flexibility than a traditional motorcycle, you will find no shortage of opportunities to enjoy nature at high speed.
If you want to move across rough terrain quickly, dirtbikes are also a great option. They are built with shock-absorbing suspension, which allows for more give on rough tracks and roads. For instance, springs and hydraulic shocks are common suspensions that will allow your bike to move with the ground beneath it, rather than against it.
If you already own a bike or you’re looking to purchase one, you may be wondering where you can ride it in Idaho. If so, you’ve come to the right place.
Idaho is a dirtbike enthusiast’s dream. There are many places to ride along nature’s beautiful backdrops. The Gem State has no shortage of incredible scenery to take in as you ride.
Here 5 of the best dirtbike trails you can ride in Idaho:
With so many amazing places to go and tear it up, dirt bike riders are spoilt for choice in Idaho!
Yes. In Idaho you can ride your dirtbike on city, country and highway district roads, providing that the following criteria is meet:
The State of Idaho guidelines also advise that your vehicle also have a taillight, headlight, brake light, horn, and a mirror that is capable of showing at least 200 feet behind your vehicle.
Though you can ride dirtbikes on country and city roads in Idaho, off-road locations are the best places to ride in the Gem State. When you venture off paved pathways, you will have access to more spaces to attempt tricks, jumps, explore, and push your bike to its limits!
In addition to some of the great places we have already covered, here are some other awesome dirtbiking destinations in Idaho:
An Off-Highway Motor Vehicle certificate (OHV) is required to ride a dirtbike in several different states, including Idaho. It’s important that riders obtain this certificate before they attempt to ride in the state.
All OHV’s being transported or driven, (whether on trails, roads, or public lands) need to display their IDPR OHV Registration Sticker.
Non-residents of Idaho must possess a valid OHV certificate from their place of residence or a valid registration sticker. It’s also necessary to purchase a restricted vehicle licence plate (if they do not already possess one).
If you are looking to purchase a new dirtbike, here are seven key considerations you should take into account before moving forward:
Switchback Motorsports is Idaho’s most complete dirt bike retailer, with an unbelievable inventory of bikes and years of expertise to help you determine the best fit for your needs. We stock most major brands, including Yamaha and Polaris Timbersled.
Looking for ATVs, UTVs, or snowmobiles, too? We have no shortage of outdoor vehicles you can choose from. To talk about everything motorsports, contact us. We’d be more than happy to help you determine the best dirtbike and trails to maximize your next off-road adventure.
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