Family Enduro Trail Update

Trail update…The guys have been out working on the trails for tomorrow’s family enduro.  They tell me the trails  are looking much better, with the wind and sunshine drying things up. By tomorrow they should be perfect.  The guys doing demos on the Yamahas say the trails they’re using are beautiful. It was a good call to postpone the event.  Hopefully, those planning to come today will be able to make it tomorrow.

Yamaha Demo Rides


Family Enduro moved to Sunday

Because of the downpour today, we have decided to move the Muddobber family Enduro to Sunday. This will give us time to do some re-routing, and maybe the trails will dry up a little. Camping is available tonight and tomorrow night.  There will be Yamaha demo rides Saturday afternoon. So, come on out for the weekend.

Enduro News

Club members have been hard at work to make this weekend’s enduro another great one.  There will be 2 loops, each about 30 miles long, coming back to the start for gas.  A few river crossings and less than 2 miles of road, along with a great weather forecast…what more could we ask for.

We are using a new scorekeeping system so, if you are planning to ride the enduro, take a few minutes to get online and set up your Livelaps account.  Be sure to select the Appalacian  Series.  It will save a lot of time at signup. You can also register and pay for the event at that same website up until Saturday.


Turkey Creek Enduro Cancelled

District 14 has made this announcement:

Just found out that due to some land issues, the Turkey Creek Enduro this year will be run as a dual-sport event, and not a D14 points paying race.

The New Paris area has experienced a lot of population and residential building growth over the past few years, which has made it increasingly harder for the club to string together the land necessary to put on a quality enduro.

The club will still be hosting the popular Turkey Gobbler Family Enduro on Saturday, with the dual-sport event running on Sunday, using a lot of the great single-trail we’ve grown to love.

The club is also committed to working with new and current landowners so that they can host the enduro again in 2017.

Look for the club’s dual-sport flyer later this week, but I wanted to give everyone a heads up so that they can plan out the rest of the season accordingly.

This gives us a total of 8 races this season, so we will be counting the best 6 races for points (drop 2).

2016 Dual Sport Ride Update

Our Dual Sport on 7-31- 2016 looks to be a great fun ride for all. The first loop will go north and will be about 59 miles long.  If you can’t go that far on a tank, the course is within a 1/2 mile  of 4 Gas Stations.  For those riders on 2-strokes, don’t forget to take money and oil.  At the end of the first loop we will have lunch and you can gas up.

The second loop is 27 mile long with over 20 mile of woods trail, then back to the bridge with a good chance for a door prize.

We have free camping with some electrical hook ups for the first come, first serve, also there are some water hook ups.
This looks to be our best Dual Sport Trail Ride ever!!!!!