It’s noisy. It’s messy. It’s thrilling. It’s impressive to watch. Supercross, the indoor bike racing championship, is a newer version of motocross that takes place in stadiums on dirt hauled inside for just that purpose. You’ll find all the hair-raising obstacles motocross racers face on natural courses recreated on indoor tracks - jumps, turns, bumps, and all. One advantage to supercross racing is that, since it’s all done in stadiums, spectators can easily see all the action - not always a guarantee on outdoor motocross tracks.
Sam Boyd Stadium offers plenty of amenities to its guests. There is a lost and found available, as well as Guest Services booths on the main concourse to assist visitors. Assistive Listening Devices and Medical Services are also available. There are concessions for purchase throughout the day. Guests can bring clear plastic bags that are 12" x 6" x 12", one-gallon clear plastic freezer bags, small clutches or purses no larger than 8”x11” and medically necessary items into the stadium. Race-goers are also allowed to tailgate outside the stadium during events. You can find out more about amenities and the stadium’s bag and search policies here.
7000 East Russell Road
Las Vegas, NV 89122
May 4 at Sam Boyd Stadium in Las Vegas is going to be a full day! Doors open at 12 pm, and practice and qualifying events begin almost immediately. Supercross Fan Fest goes from 12 pm-6 pm.
The evening begins with opening ceremonies at 6:30 pm, then come the final heats and qualifiers. The 250SX E/W Showdown Main Event with 22 riders begins at 8:50 pm, and the 450SX Main Event with the same number of riders is at 9:25 pm. The evening ends with a Victory Circle and winds down at 10 pm. You can find the entire schedule for the day here.
Those competing in the 250SX include: Adam Cianciarulo, Justin Cooper, Christian Craig, Martin Davalos, Jimmy Decotis, Dylan Ferrandis, Austin Forkner, RJ Hampshire, Mitchell Harrison, Alex Martin, Shane McElrath, Colt Nichols, Mitchell Oldenburg, Chase Sexton, and Jordon Smith.
Those competing in the 450SX include: Jason Anderson, Blake Baggett, Justin Barcia, Justin Bogle, Justin Brayton, Kyle Chrisholm, Vince Friese, Justin Hill, Marvin Musquin, Zach Osborne, Aaron Plessinger, Alex Ray, Chad Reed, Ken Roczen, Joey Savatgy, Cole Seely, Malcolm Stewart, Eli Tomac, Cooper Webb, and Dean Wilson.
RV camping is a great way to experience a Supercross event! You can spend all day watching the races and participating in fan events, then head back to a nice shower and your own bed. Whether you attend the Supercross race in an RV from RVshare or use your own, there are plenty of places to camp in Las Vegas.
Here are a few:
Whether you own a motorhome or use a rental from RVshare, RV camping is a great way to travel for a Supercross event! You’ll be able to spend all day at the races, then head back to your own quiet retreat, with food and other comforts of home.
If you choose not to camp, there are obviously plenty of hotels in Las Vegas! You’ll find recommended hotels close to the stadium here. You may also find good deals on travel sites like Expedia or Travelocity.
Directions from the east: Take I-15 S to E Russell Rd in Henderson. Take exit 65 from I-515 S/US-93 S/US-95 S. Continue on E. Russell Rd to the stadium.
Directions from the west: Take I-215 E, then merge onto I-515 N/US-93 N/US-95 N. Take the exit 64B for Galleria Drive. Keep right at the fork to continue toward W Galleria Dr. Follow W Galleria Dr, N Gibson Rd and S Broadbent Blvd to the stadium.
Parking is free. Handicapped parking is available in the West, South and East lots closest to the stadium. Handicap parking is limited. Free RV parking is available on the day of the events, on a first come, first serve basis, but there is no overnight parking. RV parking is located in the South dirt lot across from gate #16.
Purchase tickets to Supercross ahead of time online here. You can get Fan Fest tickets there as well, or you can gain free access to Fan Fest by recycling an empty can of Monster Energy. Fan Fest passes must be accompanied by an event ticket.
We at RVshare love helping people follow their passions! Whether you’re an avid Supercross fan or this is your first race experience, you’re sure to have a blast and create memories. Heading to the race in an RV is a great, stress-free way to travel. Regardless of whether you visit the fair in an RV rental from us or use other accommodations, we’d love to see pictures of your experience! Send us photos at [email protected], and tag us on social media to share your visit. Your adventures could be featured on our blog or social media!
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