Upgrades to the motocross track at Dooen are underway as the Horsham Motor Cycle Club prepares for one of the biggest years in its history.
The club has several national events on its calendar this year including the KTM Australian Junior Motocross Championships, which will see more than 700 young riders and their families flock to the region.
President Kenny Watts said the club was gearing up for a massive few months, with other events scheduled including the National Come and Try Day on March 2 and an Easter Extravaganza.
The club will be one of several in Australia participating in the Come and Try Day, which is open to people of all ages and includes expert coaching.
Mr Watts said the club was excited to be hosting so many large events.
"This year will be huge for the Horsham Motor Cycle Club," he said.
"The junior championships in September will be the biggest motocross event we've ever had."
"We're hoping to get 200 to 300 riders for the National Come and Try Day as well."
Mr Watts said getting the Australian junior championships was a coup for the Horsham club, which beat out four clubs in Western Australia and one in Victoria for the right to host the event.
He said the influx of riders to the region this year would benefit local businesses.
"We're really going to be bringing a lot of business to the community," he said.
"It will be a massive windfall for the community, with 3000 people coming to the region for the Australian Junior Motocross Championships.
"They all need things like food and accommodation, so it will generate a lot of money."
Mr Watts said the club was upgrading its track to a national standard to cope with the this year's huge schedule.
He said works on the track were due to be completed soon.