About Kingdom Off-Road


We are a Scottish charity, founded in 2003. We aim to make off road motorcycling more accessible, whilst reducing illegal and anti-social motorcycling within our communities.

Kingdom Off Road Motorcycle Club has a few locations, our motocross track is situated at Kirkness, Sout East of the Scottish Gliding Centre. We have a workshop in Glenrothes and a trials area we use near Strathkinness.

The motocross track is hardpacked with some sandy surfaces, if has a few jumps and is aimed at beginners and novice riders primarily, however it has some great corner practice and a few high-speed areas for more advanced riders. It is also well suited to older bikes ie Twinshocks etc. We welcome pitbike/mini-bike riders of all ages, they can use either the main track or the small track.

The trials areas area we use, have something for all abilities, we also have limited capability for trials riding at Kirkness track. However, most Trials practice and coaching takes place near Strathkinness. We help and support kids and young people into competitive off-road motorcycle sport.

Our large workshop in Glenrothes is used to deliver youth work programmes and employability training. Also, members, parents and their children use the workshop to fix and maintain their motorcycles, often with help and support from our staff and volunteers.

If you are new to the sport or looking to improve with coaching or advice, please contact us or visit us on one of our coaching days, our SACU qualified coaches can help.


Kingdom Off Road Motorcycle Club is made up of motorcycle enthusiasts who support anyone interested in making our communities safer, youth work riding motorcycles and motorcycle maintenance.

We aim to provide safer alternatives for those interested in motorcycle activity, particularly Fife’s young people. We will harness their enthusiasm for the sport, whilst directing them on a sporting pathway, for them to enjoy competition, both Regional and National, who know perhaps International?

Motocross GP Pro rider Shaun Simpson attended Kingdom Off Road frequently when he was a youth. This was when we created a indoor Motocross facility in Methil: the Steelworks Supercross. It was a huge success and made it clear to our organisation that off-road motorcycling is a positive sport and there was demand for this in our area. Ever since, we have been committed to creating a permanent motorcycle facility in Fife.


Our referral programmes include practical riding experience and workshops covering a range of topics, including: awareness of anti-social behaviour, victim’s perspective, basic motorcycle maintenance, safety and first aid, responsible riding and the Law.

These sessions are co-facilitated by our charities registered experienced Social Worker and other support organisations such as Police Scotland, Community Learning and Development, British Army, Saline First Responders.

Workshops sessions are conditional with attendance being a requirement to then participate in the practical riding experience and training on the motocross track or trials area. This approach has proven to be effective.


Kingdom Off-Road Motorcycle Club discourage illegal riding by giving young people and children the chance to develop their riding in a safe and controlled environment:

  • Deliver Motocross and Trials riding training programmes for participants
  • Build capacity within the club to deliver or access competitive events
  • Learn employability skills through motorcycle mechanics, Youth Scotland Awards and volunteering