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Saturday, September 11, 2021. Limited to 250 riders, first come, first served, with PTRA Members receiving first dibs. Your motorcycle must be street legal and we HIGHLY recommend 650cc or smaller. PTRA membership is only $35 and helps support the … Continue reading
Wait, what, when? Is there something special planned for May? Keep Tuned ……
If you are interesting in some PTRA swag, please use the link below to order this year’s 7 Mountains jersey and a PTRA hat. Average cost is about $30 for each item. Deadline for ordering is October 31, 2020. https://fs29.formsite.com/RnmDwX/ig5tgamnvs/index.html
To all those who registered for the 2020 7 Mtns Dual Sport, Thank You! If you missed out, we are sorry to hear that. Click Here to be put on our wait list.
Registration opens at 7pm on July 26th for members and 7pm on August 2nd for everyone else.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 18, 2020 DCNR Announces Opening of ATV Trails in State Forests Harrisburg, PA– Today, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn announced that opening day statewide for all All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) … Continue reading
Due to the restrictions put in place to reduce the spread of Covid-19, the work day scheduled for April 18th has been canceled. We will send out more information about future work days as restrictions start to change over the … Continue reading
Riders, We need everyone to please take action today to ensure HB 1706 moves forward. This is the furthest we have ever gotten with a Dirt Bike Registration Bill to allow OHM (Off-high motorcycles) access to DCNR ATV trails. This … Continue reading
Riders, Our friends at DVTR (Delaware Valley Trail Riders) have started a petition to support (HB 1706) amending the current vehicle code to allow OHM access on DCNR public ATV trails. Please sign this petition! We have to stand up … Continue reading
Due to maintenance, impact, and safety concerns, the dual sport motorcycle trail has been reclassified as a summer trail only. Questions or concerns about the reclassification can be directed to the Bald Eagle State Forest district office at 570-922-3344.