The track terrain at Log Road MX is a somewhat rolling, GP style layout. The track is approximately 1.5 miles long, offering exciting motos throughout the day.

There are several different ways to run the layout, so the track is different in some sections from race to race. There are man-made jumps (single, double, triple jumps, and whoops) in selected areas of track which follow the rolling terrain. All jumps are designed to be as safe as possible. For example, safe landings that are not peaked on the doubles and triples.

The soil composition at Log Road is largely made up of gravel and sand. You'll find that it's loamy, with a few hard pack spots. The ground waters well and dries very fast; even after heavy rains. This makes it possible for Log Road to run in the early spring.

Tire recommendation is an intermediate to soft terrain tire. (Bridgestone Battlecross X20, Dunlop MX33 or 34).