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Club Membership
Today, the Tulsa Trail Riders, with its 100% volunteer membership, maintains and operates the Scipio Recreational Trails area. A 2500 acre public multi-use trails facility 3.5 miles west of Scipio, Ok.

If you enjoy maintaining trail and hosting off-road motorcycle events you are encouraged to join the Tulsa Trail Riders and become an active and participating member of the World’s BEST Off-Road Motorcycle Club.

Monthly Meetings

Join us for pizza and beer at our monthly meetings where we discuss upcoming events, trail rides, and more.

Trail maintenance

Build and shape the trail you want to ride! Help keep the pride of TTR looking great by spending time doing what you can at Scipio.

Racing

Whether you'd like to help promote and host a race or compete in one (or both), as a TTR member, you'll be plugged in to the local race scene.

Trail Access

As a TTR member, you can expand your trail riding options with access to both Scipio and Zink Ranch trail systems.

Connections

Make life-long connections with fellow racers and enthusiasts whether it be at meetings, ride trips, work days, or at the races!

Support

As a member, your membership dues, effort, and general interest is a fantastic way to help support the motorsports industry and community.

Become a member today!

In less than 5 minutes, you can become a TTR member for an annual cost of $25. Gain access to all of the listed benefits and opportunities and help support this club in its ongoing effort to improve the local motorcycle racing and riding community.

Ride at Scipio

35.1° N, 96.0° W

Located in Southeastern Oklahoma, Scipio Recreational Trails is home-base for the Tulsa Trail Riders. Featuring a challenging 29.3 mile trail loop consisting of single track through tight woods, hill climbs, water crossing, and rocks. 

Each year, Scipio is host to one round of the Black Jack Enduro Circuit where racers from the region come to compete and enjoy the top-notch trails, scenic views, and high quality campgrounds. The park remains open year-round to the public with the purchase of a daily or yearly pass. 

Camping is permitted to those who wish to stay overnight. The following amenities are available onsite: water station, power (near the large parking area), restrooms, and a covered pavillion.

Daily Pass

$10 / day
  • 24 Hour Access

Annual Pass

$99 / year
  • 365 Days of Access

Family Pass

$199 / year
  • 365 Days for 4 People
About TTR

In 1956 a group of off-road motorcycle enthusiasts living in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area formed the Tulsa Trail Riders Motorcycle Club.  The club was established to promote off-road motorcycling by providing a place and the opportunity for supervised competitive events, trail rides, practice and family camp-outs.

The Tulsa Trail Riders have hosted, promoted and volunteered at hundreds of events over the years ranging from Poker runs, Enduros (NEPG, BJEC, AHRMA etc.), Hare Scrambles (OCCRA, OHSCS, etc), and A.M.A. National Events. The Tulsa Trail Riders even hosted the prestigious 1994 International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) at John Zink Ranch.  In 2004, the Tulsa Trail Riders hosted the 8th Annual Leroy Winters Memorial ISDT Reunion Ride, in conjunction with the 10th Anniversary of the 1994 ISDE.  The club continued hosting the ISDT Reunion events in 2009, 11, 13, and 2014.

The Tulsa Trail Riders were one of the founding members of the Black Jack Enduro Circuit (BJEC) which covers a four state area (Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas, and Texas).  The club holds an A.M.A. charter and is recognized throughout the off-road motorcycle world as a leader in race organization, promotion and efficiency.

Steve Travis

President, TTR
ISDE Team USA 1993-1994

Zink Ranch, Oklahoma - 1994 International Six Day Enduro (ISDE)
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