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Track closed until further notice

Posted by Craig McCreary on May 2, 2023 at 9:50 PM Comments comments (0)

Hi everyone , Hairy Hills is now closed for winter 2023. We have tree felling and lambing in spring which means the track will be closed until further notice. Thank you for your support and we will see you again in a few months! Updated 3/05/2023

Track now open!

Posted by Craig McCreary on September 18, 2021 at 3:50 AM Comments comments (224)

Hi everyone , Hairy Hill’s is now open again. please note there’s young lambs with ewes around the track , so please take a couple of slow laps first up to ensure all sheep move away with the lambs slowly.

Please keep to the MX track only,

so the lambs don’t get miss mothered please.

This will be strictly monitored, and if not followed we will have to close the track again. Update sent 18/09/2021

Hairy Hills now closed for lambing 27/07/2021

Posted by Craig McCreary on July 29, 2021 at 1:05 AM Comments comments (35)

Hairy Hills is Now Closed for lambing. Follow our Facebook page for a notice about reopening after lambing, it should be in a few weeks. Thank you for your understanding :)

Last updated 29/07/2021

Hairy Hills CLOSED for lambing from 30 Aug 2020

Posted by Craig McCreary on August 29, 2020 at 3:35 PM Comments comments (45)

Check Facebook for updates and re-opening date.

Hairy Hills - Recently Groomed

Posted by Hairy Hills on December 11, 2019 at 5:45 PM Comments comments (198)

Hey all you MX nutters...

 we’ve just groomed the track last night

With the rotor spike,

after 60 mls of rain received on Saturday and Sunday.

And it’s come up primo !

so call your mates

and get down to Hairy Hills And SEND IT...

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Hairy Hills - New Equipment

Posted by Hairy Hills on November 1, 2018 at 7:05 PM Comments comments (45)


Hairy Hills has just bought new equipment that has been on the wish list for 10 years now!


We have invested hugely in a rotor spike for maintaining the track, it will help bury any stones leaving a nicely groomed track to ride on and it also allows us to groom the track in a lot more conditions.


Feel free to post any feedback on our website and our Facebook page as well as any pictures and videos of you taking it by the ball...

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Hairy Hills Is Now Open!

Posted by Hairy Hills on October 25, 2018 at 9:35 PM Comments comments (55)

The track has been freshly groomed ready for spring riding.


There are sheep around so please be mindful of this and if the sheep are nearby, do a couple of slow laps to allow the sheep to move from the track.


A friendly reminder of a few things:

Please sign in and pay at the honesty box BEFORE riding.

Respect the track and stick to the track only.

There are cameras and any person caught not signing in and paying will be issue...

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Bike Build at McCreary Workshop

Posted by Hairy Hills on October 10, 2017 at 10:40 PM Comments comments (77)

What do you get from 3 bikes, a Honda VTR1000 road bike, a Raptor sports quad and a Honda CRF450?

Follow us over on Facebook the next month or so on our journey to building the ultimate dirt drag bike!

Notice About Hairy Hills

Posted by Hairy Hills on August 14, 2017 at 10:40 PM Comments comments (43)

Hey everyone, Dani here, one of the admins for Hairy Hills.

First of all, I would like to pass on a big thank you from Hairy for all of those who support the Hairy Hills MX track.

Hairy is very disappointed about the recent events at the track and this is not the first time there has been acts of vandalism. In February this year, the honesty box was stolen, including all of last summers takings, this has not been publicized until now due to the ongoing poli...

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Hairy Hills Will Be Closed Until Further Notice

Posted by Hairy Hills on August 14, 2017 at 10:40 PM Comments comments (102)


Due to a bunch of idiots that have been up there today who have ripped up all the minis track and surrounding grass areas on their 450cc bikes, as well as where the sheep are lambing.

These people also ripped up the driveway and car park area, they hardly road on the mx track where they were supposed to be riding!