A 501 (c) (3) charitable family oriented club for riders of all ages and experience

Welcome to the MRA!

We are a non-profit, family oriented motorcycle club, open to all ages and experience levels. We love to play in the dirt, and believe deeply in protecting our right to ride.

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The MRA has 1200 acres of trails, plus BLM access for our riding pleasure. We are currently working on more land acquisitions in the near future to add hundreds of more acres to the MRA riding property.

The MRA has neighbors and we have a good relationship with them. Some of which have even given easements to cross their property with some of our trails. We want to keep it that way. There are signs, fences and trees crossing trails on the borders of MRA land that warn you it's private property.

Recently there has been a major issue with riders going down beyond the green gate that is below the radar tower (top of Walker) and riding down John's Peak Road.  Some riders are going beyond these signs and riding into peoples yards and tearing up roads. They have total disregard for their property. We can't have this continue. We understand there are trails down in that area, but it is now off limits. One of the other issues is people veering off the Cabin trail from Pair-A-Dice staging area. This is one of those easement trails that we have with one of our neighbors.  People are ripping the orange fencing and signs down and hill climbing up into his yard. This also has to stop. 

See the map below and this will give you a good reference where it's off limits. 

Please be kind to our neighbors and stick to MRA and BLM trails. OnxMap Hunt is a great tool if you are not sure if you're on private property or not. If you aren't sure, don't go and turn around.

If you see people riding in areas that are closed and are able to take pictures you can share those with us. You will be kept anonymous! You can reach out by clicking on this link to any of the MRA Board of Directors or reply to this email.

Thank you for all you do to support the MRA.

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An ATV permit must be displayed
on an ATV operated on public land specifically designated for ATV use.
Applies to Class I, II, III and IV ATV.
Valid for two years. Permits can be purchased at most sporting goods stores
or ATV dealerships.

You can also purchase on line at https://store.oregonstateparks.org/


For more details, please go to: http://www.southernoregonysep.com/

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Motorcycle Riders Association, PO Box 1471, Medford, OR 97501

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