Off-Road Riding Around Estonia
Estonia is a small country located on the Baltic Sea. It has a great off-road riding scene. Motocross is most popular in Estonia, and races take place on closed circuits. It can be pretty tricky to ride in Estonia because races happen rain or shine — even in the snow! Estonia has riders of all ages. Some kids start as young as 5 years old. In Estonia, there are both indoor and outdoor tracks, and miles and miles of beautiful forests for off-road riding.
ESTONIA: QUICK FACTS
Capital city: Tallinn
Currency: Euro €
DID YOU KNOW?
The Rabaconda 3-Minute Mousse Changer is made in Estonia. Rabaconda owners Jakob Saks (sales and marketing) and Tõnu Kallast (product engineer and developer) were first contacted by the Finnish Motorcycling Federation to make a better changer. They improved the design and started manufacturing it in Estonia in 2012. It was the first in a growing line of innovative motorsport products designed by riders.
WHERE TO RIDE
A large indoor motocross hall for off-road riding. Head to south Estonia where you can ride all year round. The tracks are great for riders of all skill levels. Check their website for upcoming events. Bike rental available.
Home to Estonia’s first world championship course. This track is 1950 m and has a steep drop of 26 m, great for off-road riding. The two-day Kiviõli Motocross Festival takes place here every year.
This off-road riding centre has a 1600 m motocross track. It also has a Europe MV Stage UEM license.
NEED TO RENT A BIKE?
Renditsikkel – Mõisavahe tee 3, 76404 Jälgimäe
WHERE TO SHOP
Bikeman – Pärnu mnt. 323, 11620 Tallinn
MXsport OÜ – Pärnu mnt. 230, 11314 Tallinn
KTM Ekstreemmoto – Mõisavahe tee 3, 76404 Tallinn
Velt Motocenter – Pärnu mnt. 139E, 11317 Tallinn / Turu 32b, 51013 Tartu
Yamaha Center – Oja 19,13516 Tallinn
Freetime – Kadaka tee 185, 12618 Tallinn
OFF-ROAD RIDING EVENTS
Tallinn Motor Show
If you’ve been riding in Estonia and have tips to share, comment below and we’ll add your recommendations to this post!