OAK LAKE DIRT DRAG
Welcome to the Oak Lake Dirt Drag, home of the Blaine Burger! Just two miles southeast of Oak Lake, MB, this track is a fan-favourite for riders and spectators alike. The Dirt Drag has been on the MDR circuit since 2011 and is regularly one of most well attended events. There is ample camping available and numerous obstacles that make spectating a sport in itself. The pro loop is upwards of 12 kilometres in length, and features an ever-evolving motocross track. The moto track has rollers, table tops, and an over under bridge. The little dirt draggers have a unique pee-wee (50cc) track with some elevation change and off-camber riding to challenge our youngest rider, all while being visible to family and friends. The youth loop has some moderate elevation change with a combination of fast-flowing sections transitioning into tight technical trail. The peewee, youth, beginner and pro loops all feature numerous log crossings, a unique finish line obstacle, and soil that is a combination of sand and dirt. If camping is not your style, hotels and amenities are a short drive away to Virden or Brandon. We look forward to welcoming you to the dirt drag!
For directions to the track, click on the map above, on the right. Once in the map click the blue circle that says "directions" and input "current location" above the tracks GPS coordinates and hit enter. Some parts of Manitoba do not have adequate cell service, you may want to print directions, in case!
Driving directions: The track is located 3 miles East of the town of Oak Lake, just 2.5 miles South of the Trans Canada #1 Highway on PR 137W. Coming from Winnipeg on the Trans Canada #1 highway, continue west 50km of Brandon and 5 miles west of PTH 21 (the turn off to Griswold) until you hit mile road 137W you will see the orange MDR sign on the highway. Turn South on mile road 137W. Go 2.5 miles south, as soon as you cross the second set of railway tracks the track will be immediately on your left. The black MDR trailer will be sitting in the pits at the top of the hill along with a bunch of other vehicles and campers.