The Riders Club

The Riders Club, NJMP’s premier motorcycle club, offers 35+ track days for members and guests alike on NJMP’s two world-class road courses.
Membership & Track Days
First-Time Riders
Riders Club Schools

Riders Club Membership & Track Days

The Riders Club membership program combines the most powerful motorcycle club management, experienced instructors and NJMP to offer premier motorcycle-only track days, membership benefits and the greatest environment to ride your motorcycles in a controlled and safe program.

NJMP Riders Club provides a safe but fun environment for all by limiting the number of riders per group to 35 riders. We have 45 events listed on the 2024 schedule plus a two-day event at Pittrace ! We have some new concepts this season with Advanced / Expert Only Days, a Small Bike Only Day as well as a few more fun events. Riders Club will be the first Motorcycle Track Day Club to ride on the newly paved Thunderbolt Raceway! Our “Member First” Riders Club Registration policy allows members to sign up ANYTIME, but guests must wait until 7 days before the track day, and if space is available. Along with no late registration fees, a full refund cancellation policy, and additional member-only track events!

Do you want to get your bike out on NJMP’s tracks 40+ times a year in a safe and controlled environment? If you said yes, then The Riders Club is calling your name! Members have a list of great benefits in addition to the track time. Not ready to commit? We offer non-member pricing within 7 days of almost all track days.

  • Annual Riders Club Membership: $425 (early registration 11/1/23 – 12/31/23) • $450 (mid-registration 1/1/2024 – 3/31/24) • $500 (registration starting 4/1/2024)
  • All In Membership: $4,000 (early registration 11/1/2024 – 12/31/23) • $4,200 (mid-registration 1/1/24 – 3/31/2024) • $4,500 (registration starting 4/1/2024)

Weekday Black Top Fees: 

Riders Club Member $225
Non-Member $375

Weekend Black Top Fees:

Riders Club Member $265
Non-Member $395

Weekday Black Top Fees: 

Riders Club Member $215
Non-Member $350

Weekend Black Top Fees:

Riders Club Member $250
Non-Member $375

The Riders Club is proud to offer a 20% discount events for all active duty members, reserves and retirees of the United States Military and First Responders. *Must upload valid ID when registering for the event online. Cannot be combined with other promotions.

Riders Club Schools

This school is intended to introduce you to The Riders Club and to guide you through your first track day in a safe, enjoyable, and informative manner. If this is your first time riding on track, or your first time riding at NJMP, you will be required to attend the introductory class. The cost for a first timer is $200. You will have 4 on track sessions during the first half of the day and 4 sessions in the second half. Our instructors and coaches will work with you to ensure you have an enjoyable and safe first track day.

Motorcycle riding and racing can be dangerous; it should be taken very seriously, as should the consequences for making mistakes. All riders’ lives and safety should always be the first priority while riding on track. Ride smart and safe – and have mutual respect for your fellow riders. Our goal is to improve your riding and raise your level of education so that you can achieve better and consistent results at any racetrack. Do not get discouraged! Take your time, learn the sport, and ask a coach for help if you need it.

Riders Club Advanced Workshop with Expert Racer – $100 per hour, 3 hour min.

  • One-on-one coaching
  • Reserve one of our coaches for private personal training by the hour (3 hour minimum)
  • We highly recommend pre-registering to ensure your coach is available

Intro School – $225.00

  • Mandatory for first-time riders
  • Offered at all track days, except ASRA CCS practice and includes black top fees
  • Instruction includes:
    • Proper techniques and transitional information necessary to begin riding on a track
    • Awareness of our reference points and the utilization of reference points on your own
    • How to stay focused relaxed, and introduction to counter steering awareness
    • Body position – displayed and explained
    • Track vs street riding: track cost insurance, safe vs. danger, fines Vs. no fines
  • Equipment can be rented by Trackside Parts Club, however you will need to bring your own helmet, gloves over wrist, and a work boot type or riding boot that provides ankle protection. If equipment is needed, contact for pricing and information.

ASRA/CCS/WERA Certification Class – $175

ASRA CCS Racing at New Jersey Motorsports Park is a stepping stone many take after trying out motorcycle trackdays and honing their skills with the best coaches and instructors in the industry here at The Riders Club.

  • Our complete course will cover ASRA CCS rules and regulations, procedures, flags, and safety, along with riding and racing strategy.
  • Students who show proper understanding of the course by passing both the written and track portion of the testing sessions will be presented with certification to purchase a ASRA CCS license
  • Motorcycle preparation, basic suspension and geometry theory, along with overall racing mentality, will be available by Markbilt Racebikes at our events to get you ready for your first race day
  • From our experience, we have found that students of our coaching staff have been at the top of the race results. We are confident that you will not only receive your license and gain helpful knowledge about competing, but will receive helpful support on race day as well.
What Your First Track Looks Like

For a Thunderbolt event: Come through the main gate and make a left. Go over the bridge and into the paddock. Registration will be held in the classroom (building across from timing tower) at 7AM the morning of the event. Tech is in the 1st garage behind the classroom. Register and receive your helmet sticket and tech form before heading into tech.

For a Lightning event: Come through the main gate and make a right. Follow the access road and go over the bridge. Make a left into the Lightning paddock. Registration will be in the classroom (door to the right side of the building). Registration opens at 7AM. Tech is in front of the garages. Register and receive your helmet sticker and tech form form before heading into tech.

All participants are allowed into the facility any time after 7PM the night before an event. Camping and electric are free during all Riders Club events.

* All riders MUST attend the 8:15AM mandatory Riders Meeting. After the meeting, all Intro students will be asked to remain in the classroom to begin the class. You will have 30 minutes of classroom instruction before going out on track for your first session. You will report back to the classroom after each of the morning session. Your sessions will begin again after the lunch break. We announce the schedule over the loud speaker throughout the day.

Equipment Needed:

  • Helmet – undamaged, full-face, DOT, SNELL, or European standard approved, with eye protection. No flip-up helmets allowed.
  • Leather riding suit – for a two-piece suit, a full circumference zipper is required. Air mesh-style suits (where you can see skin through the material) will not be permitted in any group. Leather rentals are available through your trackside vendor. No jeans allowed.
  • Motorcycle specific boots – or any race-style boot that covers the ankle and are designed to protect your feet. Work boots or fashion boots will not be allowed. Rental boots are available from your trackside vendor.
  • Leather gauntlet-type gloves – must cover the wrists and leave no skin exposed
  • Back protector – strongly recommended
  • Tires – should be at least 25%. Wheel weights should be secured to wheel. Valve stems must have caps.
  • Brakes – should be at least 25% life. Brake reservoirs should have adequate fluid and level. Brake calipers secure. Brake lever feel (does not touch handlebar when squeezed tight). Brake hose (condition and routing, no binding or interference).
  • Bodywork – clean and secure, no loose parts. Fairings and windscreen must be secure. Fuel tank secure, no leaks. All lights and reflectors removed or taped over. Mirrors removed (intro riders can tape over). Belly pan secure. Seat secure. Must have working muffler.
  • Engine – Oil drain plug, oil fill plug, and oil filter must be safety wired (expert and advanced riders must have these items safety wired, novice and intro strongly recommended).
  • Chassis – exhaust – all bikes must have mufflers in working order. Chain condition – alignment and tightness. Must have proper foot pegs in working condition. Handlebar and grips secure. Throttle is smooth and auto returns.