Where to ride
Our Club Property
The club owns 100 acres of forested property with 5 loops of single-track trail, totaling about 12 kilometers in length, a short ‘kids’‘course’ within a viewable area and a nice picnic area with shelter and an enclosed change area. Open only to club members we hold regular ride nights/days, BBQ's, fun events for non-riders and riders alike.
Northumberland County Forest
The County Forest offes visitors a place to appreciate plants and wildlife while preserving the ecosystems and providing many ecological benefits to Northumberland County. With a 118 km trail network, there are many opportunities for recreation as well as hunting. Forest Services also manages annual timber harvesting in the forest, as well as invasive species, weed and forest conservation (tree) by-law enforcement.
OFTR Affiliated Clubs
The Ontario Federation of Trail Riders provides resources and advocacy for Ontarians who love trail riding and exploring the great outdoors. In partnership with our member clubs, we source, create, and maintain a trail network for the responsible use by off-road motorcyclists. We provide a strong voice supported by a substantial membership to represent off-road riders to ensure these trails continue to be accessible.