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Ticket Options: Thunder Valley National - June 4th 2016

4 June
At 8:00 am
Super Ticket! VIP Fan Zone Adult Package 12 & Over Vip Area includes: NEW ! BLEACHER SEATING WITH VIEW OF THE TRACK! Covered seating in the Pro Pits, All day Pro Pit Access Saturday buffet Lunch from 11AM-1PM, Live timing and scoring feed, Event Program, VIP Parking Across the street from the Track
4 June
At 8:00 am
Admission Ticket to the 12th annual True Value Thunder Valley National come witness the fastest Motocross riders on the planet battle on the demanding Thunder Valley circuit . Gates open at 6:00AM
4 June
At 9:o0 am
Early entry pit pass from 9am to 1pm allows you access to the Pro pits. This is a very exciting time of the day were you can get autographs and see the bikes and haulers of the stars up close.

Quick Info -

The 12th Annual True Value Thunder Valley National in Lakewood, CO is Round 3 of the 2016 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. Thunder Valley Motocross Park plays host once again to the fastest racers in the world on June 4th, 2016. Be ready for a full day of pro racing beginning at 8:00 am and ending at approximately 5:30 pm. 2016 is shaping up to be one of the most competitive pro motocross seasons for both classes in quite some time. Thunder Valley is guaranteed to provide a few surprises when the gate drops on what is predicted to be a deep field of competitors. Whether you want to take advantage of hillsides, trackside, chairs, or bleachers, we encourage you to explore the many places that allow for viewing 80% or more of the track.



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The Track

Facts About Our Track

Thunder Valley Motocross Park was founded in June of 1999, promoter David Clabaugh couldn't have known how appropriate his track's name would become. He knew that nearby was an NHRA drag-racing track with the same name (Thunder Valley), but within a few short years of the founding of the motocross track, four-strokes took over motocross completely, leaving a sound of thunder every time the gate drops at the facility.

We make fuel boil!
Thunder Valley, just a few miles below downtown Denver, hosted its first AMA Pro Motocross National in July of 2005. In the first few years of racing at the facility, riders and mechanics were met with a combination of altitude and summertime heat that not only made it physically difficult on them but caused the fuel in the motorcycles to literally boil.
We where the first to hold a night time race.
Thunder Valley hosted the first AMA Pro Motocross National ever held at night, under a battery of lights that illuminated the valley. With a live internet and TV audience watching, the race was a smash hit.
Track AMENITIES
Grandstand Seating
Open Air Festival Seating
Covered VIP Viewing Areas with live timing and scoring, private restrooms, and catering
Covered Super Ticket Viewing Area
Open Air Corporate Suites
Handicap Viewing Area
Infield Track Viewing via Three Track Tunnels
Nearly 100% track Viewing from a variety of vantage points
Large interactive Sponsor Village
Food and Soft Drink Concessions
Beer Concessions
State-of-the-art sound system
Event Simulcast on FM Radio
State-of-the-art Announcer Tower
Baby Changing Station
Free & VIP paid Parking
Onsite Parking
Motorcycle Parking
Handicap Parking
Easy entry/Exit
Onsite Camping
Reserved RV spots
Free Motorcycle Parking and Gear/Helmet Check
Vintage Bike Show
Jumbotron Viewing
Friday Night: Pit Bike Race
Amateur Motocross Racing Sunday
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Pre-Race Events

K1 - Autograph Signing

June 2nd  6pm - 8pm

Location:  K1 Speed Denver 8034 Midway Dr. Littleton, CO 80125

Willie B & KBPI Bud light Suite Morning Show

106.7 The ROckies

KBPI Bud light Suite Morning Show Rider Interviews


2015 TRUE VALUE THUNDER VALLEY NATIONAL RACE HIGHLIGHTS

The third round of the 2015 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship at Thunder Valley produced a huge shakeup in both classes. Eli Tomac and Marvin Musquin entered the race with 19-point leads in their respective classes, but thanks to crashes from both riders, two red plates changed hands at the day of the day. Ryan Dungey took advantage of Tomac's misfortunes to outduel Ken Roczen for the overall win and take over the 450 Class points lead. Meanwhile, the 250 Class was dominated by Jeremy Martin, who bounced back from last week's mishaps for a pair of wire-to-wire moto wins that put him back on top of the championship standings.






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