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Taking place Jul 09, 2011 (Single Day Event)

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NorthWest TrailRiders Association hosts the 2011 Poker Run.
Ukiah, Oregon – July 9th 2011.
The North West Trail Riders Association of Pendleton is hosting a Poker Run in the Winom-Frazier trail complex, SE of Ukiah Oregon.
The 2011 Poker Run on July 9th is a ATV/Family route that includes a fun little hand of poker. Prizes and a Lunch following the Poker Run are provided.
The event will start with a Pre-Ride Meeting @ 8:45am and first rider out @ 9am from the Winom OHV Campground. The Trail route accommodate various rider skill levels of Class I (ATV) and Class III (Motorcycles) OHV’s.
Each event is $10 per Club member riding. To become a club member, an annual one time membership fee of $15 per family per year. All riders under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. No alchohol during the ride. All state and federal regulations must be met, including; a current OHV tag, spark arrestor, and helmets. UTV’s are not allowed on the Winom-Fraizer system.
WINOM OHV CAMPGROUND:
Take USFS Road 52 southeast from Ukiah
22 miles to USFS Road 52440 and
turn south. Follow to Winom OHV
Campground Trailhead
The NORTHWEST TRAIL RIDERS ASSOCIATION (NWTRA) Inc is a public OHV club whose main purpose is to monitor, maintain, improve and expand the Winom-Frazier OHV campgrounds and trail complex areas in the Blue Mountains of Northeast Oregon. It was established in 1985 and has worked continuously with the Umatilla and Wallowa-Whitman National Forests to attain that goal.
Contact: Club President Raymond C. Smith @ 541-966-0156

NORTHWEST TRAIL RIDERS ASSOCIATION P.O. Box 571 Pendleton OR 97801 http://nwtra.freeyellow.com
or on FACEBOOK @ NorthWest TrailRiders Association



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