If you’re a racer, you take the train to Suffern, and ride to the course.
If you’re a fan, ride to the course, enjoy the day at the races, then ride to Suffern and take the train home.
And if you don’t have bike access, are a pro spectator, or are coming from far, far away, the Supercross Cup Venue is close to Route 287, with easy access from the George Washington Bridge, the Tappan Zee Bridge and the New York State Thruway.
Those who want to ride from New York City.
The race venue is about 28 miles northwest from the George Washington Bridge.
Googlemaps provides two options. The route that takes you to East Saddle River Road is the easiest to follow—it’s even easier if you skip getting on the bike path in Paramus. The route that takes you to Knickerbocker Road is more scenic, less traveled by cars, but gets more complicated once you get to Nanuet.
Click here to get riding directions.
Taking the Train to the Supercross Cup.
The race venue is 4.5 miles from the Suffern Railroad Station.
New Jersey Transit services this station. There are three train lines that stop in Suffern. They are the Main, Bergen, and Port Jervis lines. You can take the train from New York Penn Station, Secaucus Junction, or Hoboken.
The trip is as short as 51 minutes from New York Penn Station if you take an express, and as long as 86 minutes for a local.
From there you can ride or take a cab.
Riding from the Suffern station. Click here.
Driving to the Supercross Cup.
It’s about 39 minutes from the George Washington Bridge and 29 minutes from the Tappan Zee Bridge. For longtime bike racers, it’s just south of the famous Bear Mountain road race course.