43 years of history
The Motocross Deschambault site was created in 1977 for a provincial race and from the contribution for the company CAN-AM and the Club de Motocross St-Marc.
Daniel Thibault, who at the time, was a motocross rider and had just reached the professional ranks, took property of the track in 1990 by taking over for people from CHINA.
Many improvements and an immense number of labour hours have made it one of the best track in Canada today.
All the big names of the Canadian Motocross such as Ross Pederson, Carl Vaillancourt, Jean Sébastien Roy, Marco Dubé, Blair Morgan, Colton Facciotti and Kaven Benoit, to only name a few, have raced at Motocross Deschambault. Racers from the United States and other continents like Damon Huffman, Brett Metcalfe, Mike Alessi, Josh Hill, Christophe Pourcel and many other have raced there as well over the years.
Today, the Motocross Deschambault site, accredited by the FQMHR, is one of the most popular, familial and profession parc in Quebec. We offer summer camps, Jeune Red Rider schools with Honda Canada and over 60 bikes available to rent. More than 300 people come to Deschambault to practice their favourite sport from April to October.
All the big motocross events in Quebec have originally started at Deschambault, whether it’s at the regional, provincial or national lever.