Upcoming Activities & Events

rides · trail work · get togethers

CLUB MEETINGS Third Tuesday of Every Month
7:00 pm Abby's Pizza in Redmond.

News & Highlights

trail partnerships · land use & planning · Ochoco Forest · product reviews

ohv groups and resources  OTR Links to OHV Resources


Riding Areas & Conditions

maps · weather · trail status · riding areas

riding areas and conditions COHVOPS BLM Central Oregon Combined Off-Highway Vehicle Operations for the Deschutes & Ochoco National Forests Crooked River National Grassland

roads and weather Road cams and conditions Trip Check

Skill Building

techniques · riding schools

dirtbike Reference Skill Level Descriptions Adventure Motorcycle Tours
dirtbike HowTo Riding Techniques (novice)
dirtbike HowTo Riding Techniques (advanced) Dirt Rider Magazine

Club Info

about OTR · riders code · contact info

China Hat Campground kiosk built by members Larry Ulrich, Larry Swenson and Scott Mcnew.  Green Mountain Trail clearing, an annual club project.  From left is Larry Ulrich, Joe Brotherton, Chuck McGovern and Todd Artman.  Missing is Ron Grace, clearing a different section of singletrack trail.

OCHOCO TRAIL RIDERS are a volunteer OHV User Group dedicated to building and maintaining approximately 500 miles of Single Track and ATV Trails in the Ochoco National Forest in accordance with the new Travel Management Plan. The goal is achieved in the process and a trail system is the reward.

Your actions speak for all OHV riders, so leave a good impression with everyone you meet on the trail.

  • Tread lightly.
  • Minimize resource damage by not creating new trails.
  • Do not ride in meadows, on road cut banks, side hills or in stream beds.
    This type of resource damage ultimately will lead to the closure of the forest
    to all OHV recreational use.
  • Respect other forest users: Hikers - Horsemen - Mountain Bikers.
  • Have a forest approved spark arrester/silencer on your OHV
    to keep noise to a 96 decibel level or less.
  • Have current OHV tags.
CONTACT: Ochoco Trail Riders
P.O. Box 1015
Prineville, OR 97754


event albums

Ridge west of Steins Pillar.