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Motocross is coming!!!!

POSTED ON April 18th  - POSTED IN Blog

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This is a busy time for us here at Dream Traxx. We are busy keeping our guys tuned up for the supercross season, as well as creating new tracks for the motocross season! Throw in having to tune up all of our repeat customers from the effects winter had on their tracks and you can say we are just flat out wide open!

We flew out to Trey Canard’s facility a few weeks back and built a brand new supercross track for him. We love working out there for Trey as he is probably one of the kindest and most down to earth athletes there is. He likes a top notch facility and it is always refreshing to see how well he takes care of his entire facility! Unfortunately, the weekend after we finished his new supercross track, he broke his arm in a crazy racing incident! Such a bummer. We wish Trey a quick recovery and hope to see him back out there for the motocross season!

After returning from Trey’s, we headed not too far from home to Baker’s Factory. We had already constructed 1 supercross track there, and another supercross pad, and did a lot of infrastructure work for the facility….Now it was time to build the motocross track! We sure had to put on our creativity hat for this one – lots of different challenges! Florida, flat land, dig the dirt, haul clay, battle Mother Nature….and the hardest – build for 4 of the fastest and most talented racers in our sport!! We wish Jason Anderson, Adam Cianciarulo, Ryan Dungey, and Marvin Musquin all the best this motocross season!

And…this weekend we just wrapped up a private amateur motocross track rebuild. This if for a family we have worked with before in Elkton, Florida. They are such awesome people to work for and are truly thankful for the hard hours we put in to bring them the best tracks we can!

We love what we do!! Stay tuned…as we fly out for a new build in Missouri next week!


Dream Traxx teams up with Caterpillar Corporation

POSTED ON March 6th  - POSTED IN Blog


It all started with a dream. First, it was a dream to be a professional motocross racer. Then, it was a dream to become one of the best motocross and supercross track builders in the world. Now, it is Dream Traxx! Dream Traxx began over 10 years ago, when the riding boots were put away, and the dozer blades began digging in. After years of battling the ups and downs involved with running a small business, Dream Traxx owner Jason Baker received a phone call that made all of the years of hard work and dream chasing pay off. It was like, wow, I have actually done it. My dream is reality. That phone call was from Caterpillar Corporation, the industry leader in construction equipment throughout the world. The next few moments of the phone call left Jason speechless. “We are impressed by your work and would like to feature your company in our national ad campaign”, are the words Jason heard.

In case you do not know much about Dream Traxx, they are a construction company that specializes in the design and building of Supercross and Motocross tracks. They travel all over the United States, and to many other countries around the world. They often have very tight schedules that requires them to be in California one day, and Florida the next. So, owning all the pieces of equipment needed to build motocross/supercross tracks did not make sense for the company. Dream Traxx has relied on Caterpillar Rental since the very beginning.

When executives from Ring Power Caterpillar saw photographs and footage of the work Dream Traxx does, they were amazed at how their machines were being used in a whole new realm. Their equipment is known for creating roads, buildings, and many other types of construction projects. The work of Dream Traxx showed that their equipment is also creating works of art. This artistic dirt work also helps the top athletes of the sport pursue their dreams by having the best tracks in the world to train on.

After months of phone calls, meetings, emails, and scheduling – the Caterpillar Corporation and their filming crew brought an entire fleet of photo and video equipment to the training compound of multi-time champion Ryan Villopoto. They spent 3 days at the facility interviewing, filming, asking questions, watching the crew build,  and finding out all about the sport of motocross and supercross. After their time there was complete, it is safe to say that a handful of new fans had fallen in love with our sport!

Dream Traxx hopes you enjoy this behind the scenes look at the company and their relationship with Caterpillar Corporation.

A special thanks to riders Kyle Chisholm and Zack Freeberg.

You can check out the video at and

To find out more about Caterpillar, visit

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POSTED ON January 1st  - POSTED IN Blog

Welcome to 2013! We have been wide open here at Dream Traxx, but are bound to start the new year off right! We introduce you to DREAMLAND!! We built this facility for an up and coming amateur rider, Luke Renzland, and were all blown away by the results. We were given free range to design and do whatever we would like, and that is how Dreamland was made! We hope you enjoy the video made by the one and only, Vurb Moto!

We have tons of things in the ‘works’ for 2013, and will try our hardest to share, update, and post all about our creations. We wish everyone health, happiness, prosperity….and big whips for 2013 😉

Renzland’s DREAMLAND by Dream Traxx

Summertime fun at Dream Traxx!

POSTED ON July 16th  - POSTED IN Blog

So it’s been a crazy summer here at Dream Traxx. After making sure all of our riders were set up for supercross in the beginning of the year, it was time to return to all of their compounds to get their tracks ready for the outdoor season.

First was Geico Honda racer Justin Barcia. His track turned out to be an absolute masterpiece. Word quickly spread about the creation we made, and soon we teamed up with the guys at VurbMoto, and Taylor Congdon of the Moto the Movie series to film what could be some of the best footage ever recorded in moto! You can check out the Justin Barcia Platinum at . If you haven’t seen it yet, be sure to check it out!
Then it was of to Factory Honda racer Trey Canard’s compound in Oklahoma. As we were driving to the airport, bright and early in the morning, I read the ‘tweet’….Canard breaks femur while testing in California. My heart sunk. With it being close to the end of the supercross series, and Canard putting together some amazing results, I was bummed to know he wouldn’t be able to finish what he had started! But, we headed to Trey’s anyways, knowing that he would make his return sometime during the outdoor season. By the time we finished Trey’s track, he returned home from California and had to look at a track he wouldn’t be able to ride for weeks. He was pumped to see how awesome it turned out, but so bummed he was only able to ‘look’ at it for awhile!
Once we were home, and caught our breath, we packed up and headed to Ryan Villopoto’s compound. Ryan wanted a completely new outdoor track, and we had big ideas in store. The main challenge at Ryan’s is how flat the land is, and how close it is to the water table. We are only able to excavate down so far, so creating elevation changes is a challenge. But, in the end we succeeded. We built Ryan a track that will challenge him in many ways – from the Florida sand, to the rough sections, crazy jumps, and turns through the trees – we know that this track will help strengthen Ryan in his day to day training! With this, and Aldon Baker as his trainer, we know that his endurance will never be an issue! You can check out the pictures of Ryan’s new outdoor track at and . Footage of his track and compound will also be in the Moto the Movie, set to release in October!
Next, we were off the the Stewart Compound! Building for James and Malcolm is like none other. They like things BIG!! There are many times during the construction of their track, that I am sure the dozer and skidsteer where at angles they should never be operated at! As the track was completed, and I stood back and observed it, I was so glad to know that I would never have to attempt jumps like that. But, boy was it amazing to watch them hit those jumps, and fly through the air at speeds and heights that are rarely seen!
Finally, we were off to Canada for a new track and facility being created by Travis Hesketh of MX Rankings. MX Ranking is a concept and vision that Travis had, and he is bringing it to the forefront of motocross. Be sure to check it out, and join at . We were set to leave Florida around 8am and arrive in Canada at 2pm….yeah, in a perfect world. During our layover in Washington DC it was announced our flight had been cancelled. So, United put us on another flight. Once it was time to board that flight it was announced that it had been oversold, and we got booted off of that flight. So the next ‘brilliant’ idea that United had was to send us by cab on an hour drive to another airport that had a flight leaving at 7pm. So we were ready to head out, but quickly realized that United had now lost our luggage…GREAT! After waiting around for a few hours to find our bags, we were headed to the next airport. Boarding time came and went, as it was announced the flight was delayed…could this day get any better. We finally made it into Canada around midnight, but the ‘greatness’ of the day continued as we were grilled by customs for an hour as to why we were coming to Canada. WELCOME TO CANADA ! We finally met up with Travis, and were off the next day to check out his new facility. He has some great visions, and we are pumped he brought us on board to help him achieve his goals. Our plan for this trip was to tune up the track that already existed and get some ideas about how to make it even bigger and better. Mission accomplished! We had a great time working on the facility, and look forward to going back up soon to ‘GO BIG’ with the outdoor track!
We have had a great summer so far, and look forward to making more dirt ‘look good’ as the year continues. For more information on Dream Traxx, visit and