Shortly after completing GEICO Honda Rider Justin Barcia‘s new supercross track, the Dream Traxx crew returned to his new compound to begin construction on his outdoor track. Jason Baker and the Dream Traxx crew spent eight days at Barcia’s compound creating a monstrous outdoor track that doesn’t look like it belongs in the flat lands of Florida. Take a look at the pictures below to see just how this flat piece of land was turned into a motocross rider’s heaven!
As you can see, the property started out as your typical flat piece of Florida land….but that was all about to change.
Photos: Dream Traxx
Let the excavation begin.
The Dream Traxx crew spent over 200 man hours excavating the property and generating dirt for the new track.
And when they were all done, it was hard to believe that this was once a flat piece of land.
With jumps that would rival any pro motocross track in the series, and elevation that looked like it belonged up north, the Dream Traxx crew basically pulled this track out of the ground.
In addition, they excavated a pond to collect rainwater runoff and to help aid with watering of the track.
When Justin first arrived home to see the finished product his smile was from ear to ear. He was already making up names for the enormous jumps scattered across the track, like Mt. Barcia and the Dirty Drop.
It is hard to imagine that all of this dirt was generated without leaving a giant hole. It looks like it just belongs.
When the track was complete, Jason Baker (the proud builder) was asked his thoughts on the finished product. “I was so happy that Justin and his family gave me free reign on their property, and let me turn this relatively flat piece of land into a motocross haven! I feel when my creativity is not restricted – the sky is the limit!“