Fife Community Off Road Motorcycle Club
Fife Community Offroad Motorcycle Club (FCOMC) was set up in February 2004 to provide a safe and supervised environment for Motocross and Quad ATV use as well as trying to discourage the use of these vehicles on private or public roads or walkways.
FCOMC secured land at the Cardenbarns Farm, Cardenden and has developed the land into a motocross and Quad Track for all ages.
In May 2004, FCOMC became an affiliated member of the Scottish Auto Cycle Union. The SACU is the governing body in Scotland and the FCOMC was issued with a Track Safety Certificate and insurance. FCOMC is also working with the Forestry Commission to reduce the illegal motorbike activity throughout the wooded areas.
The facility is open Saturday and Sundays from 11.00 a.m., to 5.00 p.m., and on Wednesday from 5.00 p.m., to 8.00 p.m. Times are dependent on the time of the year and may lengthen or shorten accordingly. The facility includes:
The main riding track is over 1.5 miles in length. The main track has a number of jumps, tabletops, straights, hair pin bends and has its own Parc Ferme;
The kiddies track is over 0.6 miles in length. Used by the smaller members and vehicles and has its own Parc Ferme;
A single rider practice area for those that do not feel confident yet about riding with others;
An outsourced hot food stall;
An outsourced bike spares and accessories stall;
Parking for vehicles with trailers;
Parking for spectators;
Site Office/First Aid area;
Marshall points on both tracks;
Fenced spectator areas;
Sessions between youths and adults, different sizes of vehicle and closed spectator areas make it an enjoyable day out for all the family. The Cardenbarns FCOMC Track is open to all ages on completion of the Membership Application.
C/O Cardenbarns Farm, Cardenden. Forestry road off Torbain Road, from Cardenden to Kirkcaldy - directions on website. www.fcomc.net
- Scottish Auto Cycle Union (SACU)
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