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You would have a right to sue the owner and the tenants (if these people are renting) for a private nuisance if their use of the property is causing you problems and preventing you from being able to exercise your right to quiet enjoyment of the property.
It's not likely that the judge would totally prohibit riding motorcycles on the property, but you could ask the judge to provide restrictions on the time the riders use the property for riding purposes, etc.
Yes, you can do something....but you're not likely going to get a court to totally prohibit the property use as long as it is not illegal or in violation of any codes or zoning regulations on the property........Instead, your best result would likely be to limit the use of the track to reasonable hours.
You may be able to approach your local councilman or board of supervisors/aldermen and ask that the property be re-zoned or something to restrict the use, but that's a political procedure -- not really a legal/judicial one.
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Regardless of the nature of the activity, you have a right to quiet enjoyment of your property, and if this activity prohibits that, the court is likely to take action. Also, if the restrictions placed on the property's use are not agreeable to the motocross participants, they may decide to pack up and go somewhere else.
Your only real hope is to file for a private nuisance and ask the judge to restrict their use to reasonable hours.....which could kill the use given the nature of the activity on the property.
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