Thanks to a grant received by Mo-Moto Trail Riders, and the partnership of the US Forest Service, NOHVCC will be leading an OHV training workshop to educate and benefit the State’s off highway vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts, OHV club members, land managers, and other OHV stakeholders. These trainings will be focused on the development of sustainable trails and trail partnerships. Training will be held on March 9-10, 2022.
This two-day training will consist of two hands-on field sessions. Field sessions will be held on the Salem Ranger District of the Mark Twain National Forest. Participants will be required to provide their own transportation to the field sessions.
The field session will involve riding an OHV to several destinations along the trail system. Each participant is responsible for providing their own vehicle or making arrangements to ride with another class participant. Passengers shall only be allowed on vehicles designed for such use (ROV, UTV, two-up ATV).
All participants in the field session must wear appropriate safety gear including helmets, goggles, over the ankle boots, long sleeved shirt, long pants, and gloves. Anyone not wearing appropriate safety gear will not be allowed to participate in the workshop.
All participants must pre-register!
When you join MO-MOTO TRAIL RIDERS, you're helping to ensure a healthy future for OHV recreation in Missouri. You'll be joining hundreds of other OHV enthusiasts throughout our state to become a single voice for Missouri's OHV community.
Throughout the year, MMTR members get together to enjoy hundreds of miles of interconnected system routes through organized rides and events. We organize several volunteer events on State, Federal & Private property. In 2018 MMTR accumulated nearly 500 volunteer hours with the USFS, 200 Volunteer hours with MO-STATE Parks and 500 volunteer hours with Private Landowners.
MMTR has been an integral part in opening new trails and broadening the use of existing trails for OHV riders in Missouri.
MMTR is working to strengthen relationships with State and Federal entities to ensure we have a bright future. MMTR is working closely with the USFS to improve access for all OHV's ensuring our travel management plan is updated annually to create an enjoyable experience for all by creating managed loops. MMTR is actively strengthening relationships with other special interest groups through collaborative efforts to improve access through sustainable recreation on our Public Lands.
MMTR is currently working closely with Missouri State Parks to create a trail network at Finger Lakes State Park by Spring 2019. We're also working to create proximal riding areas throughout Missouri.
MMTR is concerned not only about trails and opportunities for the sport rider but for other uses as well, whether it be a trail to your favorite fishing hole or making the commute to check a fence line easier, MMTR is there for you.
MMTR is here to advocate for your needs or concerns and ideas regarding OHV use in Missouri. MMTR recognizes how we have been affected the last 20 years without having strong representation. No longer will the OHV community be misrepresented amongst our decision makers at crucial meetings that could affect our sport, we will have a seat at the table to protect our future. MMTR is an organization that belongs to its members. All officers, regional associates and directors are volunteers, whom are dedicated for the love of our sport.
"Your participation is key to our success"
MMTR attending a Collaborative meeting in Van Buren,MO with USFS and other special Interest groups.
We're currently not accepting any new members until further notice. We will revisit the Membership program in 2021.