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WHAT: TRAIL WORKDAY
WHEN: 9AM SATURDAY FEBRUARY 11 TH 2023
WHERE: PRESCOTT NATIONAL FOREST BLIND INDIAN TRAIL #211 (near Mayer, Pine Flat Rd)
We will be staging at Old Mayer Cemetery, 11100 Pine Flats Rd, Mayer AZ at 9AM Saturday morning February 11th to work on PNF Blind Indian Trail #211. Motorcycles, ATVs or 4WD vehicles can be used to get from Cemetery to 215 Trailhead on Senator Hwy. Lunch will be provided at the staging location, although you should bring you own water. Please review the details link below for more details, directions, and clothing and protective gear requirements.
Please check your e-mail and/or FB PTR group posts on Saturday morning in case the trail workday has been cancelled for any reason.
WHAT: MONTHLY CLUB MEETING
WHEN: MONDAY, MARCH 6th 2023 @ 6:00 p.m.
WHERE: PRESCOTT RODEO GROUNDS, FREEMAN BUILDING, 840 Rodeo Drive, Prescott
Our next monthly meeting will be held at 6pm on Monday March 6th 2023 in the Freeman Building at the Prescott Frontier Days Rodeo Grounds. Topics for discussion include trail work, club rides and 2023 race plans. Food and drinks will be available for purchase (cash only.)
We hope to see you there!
WHAT: PTR’S OUT-OF-STATE SPRING BREAK RIDE
WHEN: MARCH 16-18 2023 (RIDE DAYS)
WHERE: ST GEORGE, UT
Please stay tuned for more information regarding PTR’s Out-of-State ride scheduled for March 16-18 with Thursday March 15 and Sunday March 18th travel days.
Our friends at the Blue Ribbon Coalition (BRC) have just announced the release of their “Lost Trails Guidebook” which documents trails which the BLM claimed are not being used enough, leading them to acquiesce to wilderness groups’ request to close them. We hope you will support BRC’s efforts to use these trails and to help keep them open. Please click the link to display the BRC’s January 5th, 2023 newsletter
Prescott Trail Riders promotes motorized recreation in the Prescott National Forest and Central Arizona region. PTR works with local businesses, government agencies, environmental organizations, and other motorized sports organizations to preserve the local trails and establish new ones. Prescott Trail Riders strive to be the leader in expanding responsible land use for off-highway vehicles, ensuring availability and access for future generations.
Prescott Trail Riders (PTR) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) motorized off-highway vehicle club located in Prescott, Arizona.