For those of you who get the members magazine, check out the article on Trail Stewards and Trail building including the interview with past president Warren Williams. Good stuff – without trail work, we would be riding the roads……..
Want to be a part of building even more new moto trail AND you are available during the week? Have we got an opportunity for you!
We’re poring over maps, getting ready for another great Mountain Madness Dual Sport event. The AMA national DS series is sponsored by Beta this year. Mark your calendars for July 14, 15, 16. We look forward to seeing you there!
Itching to get your hands a mcleod? a pickmatic? a good ole shovel? Come join us on the CTR trail days. Please check out the Events section for the details. The dates are 5/13,6/3 (National Trails day), 6/24,7/22,8/19, 9/16 and 10/14.
There are some tentative dates for trail dates in Cornville; 3/8, 3/18, and 4/15. Stay tuned.
Matt Eberhart, the assistant OHV coordinator for AZ State Parks will be joining us. He will be giving an Ambassador training on Saturday the 17th – location to be determined.
If you are interested in being an OHV ambassador, please plan on attending.
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Satusday December 10th – the FESTIVUS Dual Sport. A, B, and C routes . 100 miles of warm weather! Forget the Christmas shopping – head down to Tucson instead (you can always get gift cards for everyone on your list)
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The Trail Riders of Southern AZ present the 4th annual There Will Be Dust dual sport in Oracle, AZ. Proceeds help support the Southern AZ food bank. You can ride one or both days. Good riding for a Good cause!
Need a little excitement in your life? Sign up for the Cinder Mountain off-road race in cool Flagstaff. Need more proof? Check out the video of the course workers on one of the downhill sections!
Sept 18, 2016 – Come join us in Flagstaff for great racing and cool temps!
To register, please go to the AMRA Racing website: http://www.amraracing.com/
Well, our members may not make it to the pages of Dirt Rider or MX Action. But, Frank (love him or hate him, the guy who laid out the A & B loops for the Flagstaff Mountain Madness Dual Sport) just headed up the project to re-coat the 14 foot mirror at the Discovery Channel telescope. With that kind of eye to detail, no wonder the GPS tracks were so good! And you thought your job was out of this world?!