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Taking place Jul 09, 2011 (Single Day Event)


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.
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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