The Tulsa Trail Riders are very excited to be hosting round 9 of the National Enduro Series (NEPG) at John Zink Ranch on October 20th 2019! If you are interested in attending the event or helping with it, please contact Earl Schnell or visit a club meeting.
**Monthly Club Meeting Information**
We meet at Mazzio’s Pizza @ The Farm Shopping Center, 5119 S Sheridan Rd, Tulsa, OK 74145 in the lower level Party Room.
Meetings are held on the Second Wednesday of each month at 7:30pm, arrive early to eat and socialize before the meeting.
*NEW OPTION* Scipio Day passes for Motorcycles, ATV, or activities are now available to be purchased online. You can pay via PayPal or Credit card. Price is $10.00 per day (Multiple day purchase available) and put the date(s) you plan on being at Scipio in the text box, then press Buy Now button. Your email receipt from PayPal will be your ride pass. Passes are also still available for $6.00 at the Scipio Store. Note, SIDE BY SIDES ARE PROHIBITED AT SCIPIO. Thank you.
In 1956 a group of off-road motorcycle enthusiasts living in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area formed the Tulsa Trail Riders Motorcycle Club. The club was established to promote off-road motorcycling by providing a place and the opportunity for supervised competitive events, trail rides, practice and family camp-outs.
The Tulsa Trail Riders have hosted, promoted and volunteered at hundreds of events over the years ranging from Poker runs, Enduros (NEPG, BJEC, AHRMA etc.), Hare Scrambles (OCCRA, OHSCS, etc), and A.M.A. National Events. The Tulsa Trail Riders even hosted the prestigious 1994 International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) at John Zink Ranch. In 2004, the Tulsa Trail Riders hosted the 8th Annual Leroy Winters Memorial ISDT Reunion Ride, in conjunction with the 10th Anniversary of the 1994 ISDE. The club continued hosting the ISDT Reunion events in 2009, 11, 13, and 2014.
The Tulsa Trail Riders were one of the founding members of the Black Jack Enduro Circuit (BJEC) which covers a four state area (Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas, and Texas). The club holds an A.M.A. charter and is recognized throughout the off-road motorcycle world as a leader in race organization, promotion and efficiency.
Today, the Tulsa Trail Riders, with its 100% volunteer membership, maintains and operates the Scipio Recreational Trails area. A 2500 acre public multi-use trails facility 3.5 miles west of Scipio, Ok.
If you enjoy maintaining trail and hosting off-road motorcycle events you are encouraged to join the Tulsa Trail Riders and become an active and participating member of the World’s BEST Off-Road Motorcycle Club.
See the Membership Page for more information and come to the next meeting.