Mission

Prescott Trail Riders promotes motorized recreation in the Prescott National Forest – Central Arizona.  Prescott Trail Riders, in partnership with local businesses, government agencies, environmental organizations, and other motorized sports organizations, is recognized as the leader in expanding responsible land use for off-highway vehicles, ensuring availability and access for future generations.

Officially formed in 2014 Prescott Trail Riders Association (PTR) is an Arizona 501(c)3 Non-profit organization chartered by the AMA – American Motorcyclists Association, and the AMRA – Arizona Motorcycle Racers Association.

The Prescott Trail Riders Association was created to support the protection, and promote the future, of motorcycling and the motorcycle lifestyle for riders in the region. PTR promotes recreational and competitive events according to AMA and AMRA sanctioned rules; along with trail maintenance and advocacy for future expansion in conjunction with the local and regional Forest Service programs.

Since the formation, Prescott Trail Riders has grown to over 300 members with new members signing up each month.  Located in central Arizona where the riding is between 4000 – 7000 ft, and with year round riding, members and nonmembers, enjoy the use of local trails and off-highway recreation in the area. Membership in P means the continued expansion and maintenance of recreational, and competitive, opportunities for the benefit of all users. Prescott Trail Riders offers competitive events and recreational expansions and results in the added benefit to the community by bringing additional visitors to the area to enjoy all that Prescott has to offer.