1. While some areas nearby may receive enough snow to ride in the near future, please continue to monitor our facebook, website, email and text blasts regarding conditions of our trails. If and when we get enough to ride, there are many conditions that allow us to open our trails with safety as our #1 priority. We have received alot of rain over the past weeks, so we need to be sure that all areas are safe and we respect our landowners private property.
2. Our club is 100% volunteer and we rely on your club membership dues. Please be sure to join the club to support our efforts, while also reducing your registration fee. If you have any trouble joining, please message us and we will be glad to help.
3. 95% of our trails have been signed with the remaining being finishing this weekend. Please thank a volunteer when you see one.
4. Our grooming equipment is ready to hit the trails when the time comes. The grooming crew has been very busy in the offseason with selling three olders groomers and replacing with two newer machines that are in great shape and have more horse power. Be sure to yield to the operators and give them a thumbs-up.
5. Please obey the signs on the trail. We have many sensitive areas and winter wheat. Please follow the signs and thank all the private landowners. Also, please NO LOUD PIPES on our trail system. The police department will be called if this is witnessed.
6. If you come upon a hazard and can not rectify your self, please notify a club officer or post a message on facebook.
7. Once the snow arrives, we will be planning several trail-side activities, cookouts and club rides. Unfortunately, these will be planned last minute and will require some volunteers to plan. Please keep an eye out for information when the trails open. If you have an idea for an event or would like to volunteer to head one up, please contact us ASAP!
8. We have done several off season trail improvement projects and reroutes, please pay attention to the signs and surroundings.