Florida Trail Riders - October 2022

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PAGE 3OCTOBER 2022 Photos in this issue provided by: TABLE OF CONTENTS TYLER MILLER AREA DIRECTORS & CLUB INFO 4 WHO TO CONTACT 5 ON THE COVER 7 EDITOR’S NOTE 7 PREZ SAYS 8 CHAPLAIN’S CORNER 11 WHAT’S NEW 12 ORANGE STATE ENDURO PHOTOS & RESULTS 14 MotoPT: IMPROVE YOUR MOVE 18 OFFSEASON RACING 20 2022-2023 SCHEDULE 30

AREA DIRECTORS & CLUB INFO

AREA #1 - Out-of-State, Panhandle

Brandon St. John (912) 729-1089 ktm21brandon@yahoo.com

AREA #2 - Hamilton, Su wannee, Columbia, Baker, Union, Bradford, Nassau, Duval, Clay, Putnam, St. Johns

James Benton (904) 589 0093 bentonracing116@yahoo.com

AREA #3 - Gilchrist, Alachua, Levy, Marion, Citrus, Sumter, Lake

Wiliam Toreki (352) 372-1135 stillbill@cox.net

AREA #4 - Flagler, Volusia Mike McGuire (386) 871-0666 makmcguire@yahoo.com

AREA #5 - Hernando, Pasco, Pinellas, West Hillsbor ough

Shane Hitz (747) 213-4399 shane.hitz@yahoo.com

AREA #6 - East Hillsbor ough, Polk Trey Heath (863) 326-3009 treyheath@hotmail.com

AREA #7 - Seminola, Osceola, Orange

Jason Ennis (321) 615-8227 jason.ennis@mypowersports. net

AREA #8 - Brevard, Indian River

Shaun Foutch (386) 214-4878 eastflorida234@yahoo.com

AREA #9 - Manatee, Sara sota, Hardee, DeSoto, Highlands

Michael Hall (941) 920-5288 mhall11525@gmail.com

AREA #10 - Okeechobee, St. Lucie, Martin

Ken Harris (772) 370-4434 khei9862@gmail.com

AREA #11 - Charlotte, Lee, Glades, Hendry, Collier

Ken Redford (239) 297-7170 redford_kenny@yahoo.com

AREA #12 - Palm Beach

Kyle McAfee (561) 722-1318 rkyle914@aol.com

AREA #13 - Borward, Dade, Monroe

Adam Cohen (954) 881-4211 adams.cohen.c@gmail.com

Apollo M/C

Mark Bordelon (321) 794-0993 markbord115@gmail.com

Azalea City M/C

Gary Wyatt (386) 684-2698 wyattg1@windstream.net

Big O Trail Riders

Tommy Clay 863-532-1952 tommy_clay@yahoo.com

Big Scrub Trail Riders

Curtis Bell (386) 679-8201 curtbell@rocketmail.com

Central Florida Trail Riders Elesa Berard (407) 376-7115 elesa@embarqmail.com

Columbia Enduro Riders

Ricky Dennis (803) 786-0051 mastercraft@bellsoth.net

Daytona Dirt Riders

Joe Carrasquillo (386) 615-0722 secretary4ddr@gmail.com

Family Riders, Inc.

Johnny Thomas (843) 553-1463 familyriderssc@bellsouth.net

Greenville Enduro Riders

Chris Poole (864) 617-4342 info@greenvilleenduroriders. com

Nature Coast Trail Blazers Rob Swann (813) 731-5552 naturecoasttrailblazers@ gmail.com

Old School Dirt Riders Ben Kelly (941) 650-1473 ftr90racer@yahoo.com

Palm Beach Track & Trail Randy Rash (954) 931-5709 motodadfla19@aol.com

Perry Mountain M/C Brad Belcher (205) 340-4298 perrymountainmotorcycle club@gmail.com

River City Dirt Riders

James Benton (904) 589-0093 bentonracing116@yahoo.com

Sarasota Area Dirt Riders Randy Faul (863) 244-3709 randt817@gmail.com

Southeast Florida Trail Riders Frank Campbell (561) 951-3732 flawoods35@yahoo.com

Sumter Enduro Riders Johnny McCoy (803) 481-5169 serma@ftc-i.net

Suncoast Trail Blazers Cary Hunt 727-635-6228 suncoastbiz1@gmail.com

Sunrunners Dirt Riders West Anderson (863) 604-1868 jetster220@gmail.com

Tallahassee Trail Riders Mikey Rainey (350) 591-5386 trailriderstallahassee@gmail. com

Treasure Coast Trail Riders Luis M Rodriguez (772) 801-9777 luisabx@hotmail.com

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AREA DIRECTORS CLUB CONTACTS
PAGE 5OCTOBER 2022 WHO TO CONTACT PRESIDENT Randy Faul (863) 244-3709 president@floridatrailriders.org VICE PRESIDENT Pete Rose (941) 270-1189 vicepresident@floridatrailriders.org SECRETARY Kelsey Saltar (386) 315-4713 secretary@floridatrailriders.org TREASURER Kayla Vawter (863) 381-2649 treasurer@foridatrailriders.org HARE SCRAMBLE CHAIRMAN Randy Rash (954) 931-5709 hschair@floridatrailriders.org ENDURO CHAIRMAN George Tolson (863) 698-3837 endurochair@floridatrailriders.org ENDURO REFEREE Glenn Hunt (678) 231-4100 enduroref@floeidatrailriders.org HARE SCRAMBLE REFEREE Jeff Hazeltine 941-468-7204 hsreffloridatrailriders.org BUSINESS MANAGER Darlene Riggs (352) 538-6291 businessmanager@floridatrailriders.org OFFICERS RIDER REPS AA/A ENDURO Don Chriss (407) 694-5614 decorlando@gmail.com B/C ENDURO Sam Boydstun (407) 467-3951 woodsracercfl@rr.com AA/A HARE SCRAMBLE Ryan McCarthy (941) 234-5086 ryanmccarthy90@gmail.com SPECIALTY C/WOMEN ENDURO Jimmy Pitts (321) 234-5086 B/C HARE SCRAMBLE Roy Culbertson (407) 446-7993 roy.culbertson337@gmail.com SPECIALTY A/B HARE SCRAMBLE Danny Kittell (727) 244-7299 kittell@verizon.net SPECIALTY C/WOMEN HARE SCRAMBLE Kerri Chambers (863) 956-9140 jekchambers@aol.com SATURDAY CLASSES HARE SCRAMBLE Kurt Lucas (786) 385-7771 kurtlucas101@gmail.com SATURDAY CLASSES HARE SCRAMBLE Pete Rose (941) 270-1189 pwrracingktm@gmail.com SPECIALTY A/B ENDURO Peter Magee (352) 472-6932 cr250@bellsouth.net

ON THE

Joshua Westgate charges through one of the many sand whoop sections at the Orange State Enduro. Held just outside the gates of the infamous Croom Motorcycle Area this race fea tures many rough sandy sections that is a true test to the racers. Turn to page 13 to see more photos from the event.

EDITOR’S NOTE

First off just want to say we are thinking about those members whose lives were im pacted by Hurricane Ian. What a nasty storm that wreaked havoc on Southwest Florida. The damage caused by the storm throughout the state has left us in a bit of uncertainty as far as our race schedule goes.

Luckily Hog Waller will go off as planned, as well as the Gobbler Getter Enduro the first weekend in November. After that it we are really up in the air. It is looking like CFTR will take

over another clubs date and we may have more switching as the series goes on. This years schedule will be like no other.

Luckily FTR and the clubs have great people involved and will work their hardest to ensure we get a full schedule this year!

Can’t wait to see every one at the races!

Thanks for reading, Kurt Lucas

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COVER Photo by Tyler Miller

Load the Tear Offs

As I start this article before the Croom Enduro and the Peace River Hare Scramble, I hope that all went well with our sec ond Enduro and our first Hare Scramble. With the weather and the constant afternoon showers I’m sure the Croom Enduro had pristine conditions and can take just about any amount of rain, but the rest of us might be a little concerned as hurricane season is still in effect. I know everyone is ready to throw some dirt and the excitement is off the chart, but remember the famous words from the one and only Clint East wood, “A Man has to Know His Limitations”.

PREZ SAYS

That being said, nobody’s go ing to win a championship at the first race, but you sure can throw it away. Riding within your ability will sure make the season an enjoyable one and one you can reflect back on in a positive way. I get it, everyone’s excited, pumped up and ready to see how all that practice during the summer will pay off, or lack of practice.

I had the chance to participate in the WMR Ride Day down at the Snake River property last month and it was a great event with epic trails and witnessed some not so epic riding skills. The majority of the riders were FTR members with a few MX guys and a few non racers hitting the course. Seemed like everybody was fast at the beginning but as the sand

and dirt started to dry up and whoop out, things really started happening. No names or numbers will be mentioned but there were a lot of riders struggling. Hopefully you guys have worked through the issues, got your bike sorted out and are ready for the new season.

Lots of good times ahead with our family and friends as we pull into the cow pastures, just remember it’s all about making memories, being with your fam ily and getting to ride our dirt scooters. Everyone have a safe, fun season as we get this circus started.

Thanks for listening, Randy Faul

FLORIDA TRAIL RIDERS

A message from Florida Trail Riders

President Randy Faul:

I want to personally thank everyone that reached out to fellow FTR members that were affected by Hurricane Ian. Many of us were in the path of the storm and took a big hit during the 120+ mph winds that lasted up to eight hours as Ian slowly crawled across the state. Once com munication started to open back up after days with no service many members called to check in and offer their assistance. As I write this on October 4th I, like many others, are still running on generator power. Living in the country, with no neighbors and cows and orange groves for miles, has its benefits but also its downfalls. As we go head down the road to normalcy, it is a light at the end of the tunnel that everything will get better and the roads will start to open back up.

On the FTR side of the things we are working on a revised schedule that will help us continue on our series uninterrupted. There are multiple clubs working together to switch their dates in order to have the same schedule, just at dif ferent locations, on the previously scheduled dates. We know many of you have taken the time off work, made plans and are itching to get back on a dirt scooter, myself included. With the next few events coming at a time of uncertainty in many members personal lives I can’t stress enough the importance of having patience, respect and appreciation for the effort put forth from our fellow members just so we can race and have fun. With the possibility of being un derstaffed please have your paperwork ready, membership up to date, minor release cards in hand and consider pre-entering.

This was a humbling experience that could have taken a lot more than just electric, shingles, trees, roads and disruption of our lives. To all my fellow members who are out there helping in any capacity, thank you!

Thanks for listening and stay positive.

Teresa Faul working the skid steer to clear the driveway of debris caused by Hurricane Ian

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Starting Line to Checkered Flag…

“I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith.” 2 Timothy 4:7

Betty and I have been praying for our FTR family continuously through this heartbreaking challenge of Hurricane Ian!

All of us are trying to wrap our minds and hearts around the devastation we see on the television (if we have power)… and out are front doors. Some of us no longer have front doors or homes.

With all this around us, it can be very easy to lose sight of who is watching over us and is still in full control. Deuteronomy 31:6 states, “Be strong and coura geous. Do not be afraid or terri fied…for the Lord your God goes

with you; He will never leave you nor forsake you.”. He has promised, no matter the situation, He will never leave us. No matter our fear, He is with us.

Matthew 5:4 puts it this way, “ “Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.”

There is comfort in the Lord for those who are mourning this tragedy. Calling upon Him in our times of need is not acting on weakness, it is showing that our trust has been put within Him and that He is who we seek out in our times of grief.

For many of us right now, hope is some distant feeling long lost by what we see. “Yet this I call to mind and therefore I have hope: because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness. I say to myself, ‘The Lord is my portion; therefore I will wait for Him.’” Lamentations 3:21-24.

God knows us and the pain we are feeling right now. We just need to turn to Him. Psalm 40:1-3, “I waited patiently for the Lord; He turned to me and heard my cry. He lifted me out of the slimy pit, out of the mud and mire; he set my feet on a rock and gave me a firm place to

stand. He put a new song in my mouth, a hymn of praise to our God. Many will see and fear the Lord and put their trust in Him.” Placing your trust in God through His Son Jesus will bring that peace, comfort and an everlasting HOPE. “Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead, and into an inheritance that can never perish, spoil or fade.” .1 Peter 1:3

Just as Ian moved over Florida and out to sea, the tragedy left behind will heal. It will take time, love, patience and prayer. Jesus is right there with you and He won’t leave you ever! Just trust Him.

New season, New time! Please join us at “The Good Race” Joy Service, 7:00, Saturday night at the CMA tent!

Blessings on and off the road, Jim and Betty Edleston CMA

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WHAT’S NEW

DATE AND LOCATION CHANGES

Due to Hurricane Ian the following dates and loca tions have been changed:

CFTR: Originally supposed to be the first Hare Scramble on the schedule, CFTR will now take over DDR’s date of November 12th and 13th and will be held in Bartow.

SADRA: SADRA was originally supposed to be held on October 29th and 30th but after a property assesment and with a majority of club members residing in storm affected areas they have decided to reschedule their event for later in the season.

DDR: Due to extensive storm damage on their race prp[erty DDR has decided to surrender their date in November, with CFTR taking over. DDR plans to reschedule their event later in the season.

Flooding in DeSoto County photo by Randy Faul

ORANGE STATE ENDURO PHOTOS & RESULTS

Photos by Tyler Miller
OCTOBER 2022
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MotoPT: IMPROVE YOUR MOVE

Dead Lifts-The Perfect Lift for FTR?

The deadlift exercise, and mod ified versions of it, might be the perfect exercise for FTR racers. The deadlift position overlaps with a correct upright riding po sition while standing and works many of the same muscles. If done correctly will strengthen your back and core and im prove your standing tolerance on and off your bike or ATV. In fact, some researchers have proven the benefits of deadlifts for low back pain. Aasa et al. (2015) completed a random ized control trial where the experimental group received the deadlift exercise because it activates the stabilizing muscles of the spine and focuses on optimal spinal alignment throughout the motion. They found that patients with low back pain that were put through a graded deadlift program had similar improvement in their low back pain measures as patients put through a traditional spinal motor training program (Aasa et al., 2015).

A set of researchers combed the literature last year and found three ad

ditional studies that supported using an exercise program that includes deadlifts for low back pain (Fischer et al., 2021). This doesn’t mean that everyone with low back pain should be performing deadlifts, but it appears to be more helpful if you are already functioning at a high level. Either way, we can con clude that it might be a good exercise when incorporated in the management of low back pain and is comparable to other modes of physical therapist management of this condition.

Don’t get too excited just yet. Deadlifts are complicated multijoint movements that require coordination, flexibility, and mo bility. So, before you go load ing that Olympic barbell, lets start with some simple checks. 1. Can you bend forward and touch your toes with your knees straight? 2. Can you touch the ground if you bend your knees but keep your back straight? 3. Hold a broomstick or golf club vertically against your back and keep your back straight. Do you feel how your back contacts the stick at multiple points? Keep the stick in place, bend forward and see how close to parallel you can get your back to the

ground without losing contact with the stick to ensure spinal alignment. You can bend your knees and your hips, but not past your normal standing rid ing position. Don’t worry if you failed any quick mobility checks above. The mobility check becomes your new warm-up exercise to restore the motion needed to deadlift form and improve your standing riding position. A good start is 5-10 seconds of movement through each position for 10 repetitions to loosen up.

Don’t want to wait for good form to add deadlifts to your routine? Are you the type who can’t wait to start a new ex ercise? You can start now but you will need to modify. Mean ing whichever position you can correctly lower yourself down to in the number 3 mobility check above, that is the posi tion you should stop lowering the weights before returning to an upright position. The best way to accomplish a modified deadlift safely is to use dumb bells instead of the barbell and not set the weight down on the ground until you are done with a set. Go light and work on endurance of these exercises.

FLORIDA TRAIL RIDERS

Forget counting reps and in stead set a timer. Can you do 1 minute of continuous controlled and steady deadlift motion with a light dumbbell? What about 3 minutes? 10 minutes? It might seem like a lot, but our sport is one of significant muscle endurance, watch the GNCC XC1 or our AA riders during a race... they stand more than half of the time.

Another good alternative exercise is the bent-over dumbbell or barbell row. Assume the same end range position the start of your deadlift or modified deadlift. While you are in this starting position engage your core by drawing your naval in toward your spine and hold this contraction the duration of the set. Now instead of standing up with the weight, use even less weight or resistance and row the weight up to your chest. Do this with your arms in mul tiple positions: shoulders at 90 degrees of elevation as in full attack position, shoulders at 45 degrees of elevation such as at corner exit, arms against your body as if doing a low row. The entire time you are bent at the hips, waist, and knees, as you do in your standing riding po sition. If you need a break, try, and take a short break between each set. Shorten the rest break over time to build endurance. Need some motivation? Think of all those sand whoops that are way easier to ride when you are standing and powering through them rather than sitting down

and letting the bike bounce around. Build that endurance for those sand whoops. Go to your handlebars and measure the distance between your grips. Set your hands at this distance when you are perform ing your bent-over rows until this position becomes second nature. This will help you build endurance in your natural riding position.

Whether you decide to add in endurance training with dead lifts or bent-over rows, I be lieve you will see an immediate improvement in your standing tolerance when riding. Some things to think about while performing these exercises. What area of your body did you feel the most strain and lactic acid build-up? Where did you feel like you were working the hardest? These can be great hints at underlying impairments that, if treated and unlocked, can significantly improve your riding efficiency. And of course, if any of this hurts, either during the mobility checks, during, or after the exercise, please stop. It is important you don’t push through pain and maintain spi nal alignment and engagement throughout the duration of these exercises.

Before you start any new exer cise program, I highly recommend you consult a physical therapist or physician for a gen eral health and physical activity readiness screening. If you are experiencing LBP, it is always

beneficial to have a complete evaluation by a physical ther apist or physician. If you have any questions or comments, please email me at contact@ motopt.com, or call me at 904-395-5379. Let’s IMPROVE YOUR MOVE so you can ride better and longer this season!

Reference Aasa, B., Berglund, L., Mi chaelson, P., & Aasa, U. (2015). Individualized low-load motor control exercises and educa tion versus a high-load lifting exercise and education to improve activity, pain intensity, and physical performance in Patients with Low BACK pain: A Randomized controlled trial. Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy, 45(2), 77–85. https://doi.org/10.2519/ jospt.2015.5021

Fischer, S. C., Calley, D. Q., & Hollman, J. H. (2021). Effect of an exercise program that includes deadlifts on low back pain. Journal of Sport Rehabil itation, 30(4), 672–675. https:// doi.org/10.1123/JSR.2020-0324

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OFFSEASON RACING

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The offseason gives people a chance to reset and recharge but as the time goes by a lot of racers get the itch to race, quick. Luckily for us racers there are a multitude of events in Southeast to choose from to keep our competitive blood flowing. Here are some photos of FTR members keeping sharp and getting some races under their belt this summer.
Photos by Jamey “Photoman” Perdue
OCTOBER 2022
RIDER: DAULTON WRIGHT PHOTO: TYLER MILLER
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SIGNING

or injury (including death) to my person or property in any way resulting from or arising in connection with this event, whether while engaged in the competition or preparation thereof, or while upon entering or departing from said event for any cause whatsoever. I have voluntarily entered an FTR/AMA co sanctioned event, the St. Mary’s Shoals Enduro on November 20,2022. An FTR/AMA co sanction indicates that this event is listed in the organization’s official calendar. The officials for this event have not been trained or accredited by the FTR or the AMA. Motor sports are dangerous. You should take part in this event on your own assessment of your or your child’s abilities. The event will traverse public land and roads. The promoter is not responsible for their conditions or the actions of other individuals using these premises. You are responsible for the condition of your or your child’s motorcycle and protective apparel. We urge you not to compete in motor sports without adequate personal medical coverage as the promoter does not provide medical insurance coverage. The River City Dirt Riders, FTR, AMA and the Division of Forestry are not experts in laying out and sponsoring an Enduro and I know the risk and danger t o myself, so I voluntarily and in reliance upon my own judgm ent and ability, assume all risk for loss, damage or injury (including death) to myself and my property for any cause whatsoever. The course is dangerous. Not all obstacles may be marked, so ride carefully.

FLORIDA TRAIL RIDERS
2nd
St. Mary’s
November 20, 2022 Registration & Packet Pickup Saturday - 4:00 to 6:00 PM and Sunday - 7:00 to 8:30 AM at the main pavilion Gate open Saturday 2pm 10pm Sunday 6am Sunset Riders Meeting ... 8:30 AM Start ...................... 9:00 AM EST Inspection Requirements Spark Arrestor all bikes Tear off not allowed unless kept on the rider Course Information Complete course is approx. 55 miles Main Gas is at parking 25 miles range needed
Coordinates
82.194513 St Mary’s Shoals Park, 9316 Odis Yarborough Rd, Glen St. Mary, FL For more information contact Barry Miller
6572 A $10, per vehicle, land use fee will be collected at the gate Camping allowed Saturday night only (11/19) Primitive only, no hook ups available onsite. No Reservations No alcohol or firearms allowed (This is a county park) No fires except in a park provided grill or area specified for grills
Sprint Format NO Timekeeping Ample Resets
AMA and FTR MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED AVAILABLE AT SIGNUP Name Class Row Request Address City State Zip Phone # Age Make M/C ______________ cc ________ FTR # AMA # THIS IS A RELEASE AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT READ IT BEFORE
I, for myself, my executor, administrator and assignees, do hereby release and agree to hold blameless, the River City Dirt Riders., the Florida Trail Riders, Inc. (FTR), the American Motorcyclist As sociation (AMA), the Baker County Board of Commissioners and the officers, directors, officials, representatives, agents, and employees of all of the above from all liability, loss, claims and demands that may occur from any loss, damage
THIS IS A RELEASE SIGNATURE OF PARTICIPANT THIS IS A RELEASE SIGNATURE OF PARENT (REQUIRED OF ALL PARTICIPANTS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE) CLUB USE ONLY CLUB $ MEMBERSHIP $ T SHIRTS $ TOTAL $ Check Your Class ___ AA ___ A Open ___ A 250 ___ A 200 ___ B Open ___ B 250 ___ B 200 ___ C-Open ___ C 250 ___ C 200 ___ Women ___ A +35 ___ B +35 ___ C +35 ___ A +40 ___ B +40 ___ C +40 ___ A +45 ___ B +45 ___ C +45 ___ A +50 ___ B +50 ___ C +50 ___ A +55 ___ B +55 ___ A +60 ___ B +60 ___ +65 ___ +70 ___ Beginner School Boy (12 16) Evolution JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA SR 121 CR125
OCTOBER 2022 PIT DOG OF THE MONTH PENNY OWNER: THE ROTH FAMILY

2022-2023 SCHEDULE

09-04-2022 Enduro #1 Greenville Enduro Riders Clinton, SC

09-24-2022 Enduro #2 Suncoast Trailblazers Croom, FL

10-15/16-2022 HS #1 Azalea City Motorcycle Club Palatka, FL

11-06-2022 Enduro #3 Perry Mountain Motorcycle Club Maplesville, AL

11-12/13-2022 HS #2 Central Florida Trail Riders Ormond Beach, FL

11-20-2022 Enduro #4 River City Dirt Riders Macclenny, FL

12-10/11-2022 HS #3 Old School Dirt Riders Punta Gorda, FL HS COMMITTEE MEETING 7PM (12/10) AT SIGN UP

01-07/08-2023 HS #4 Suncoast Trail Blazers Brooksville, FL

01-21/22-2023 HS #5 Palm Beach Track & Trail Riders Okeechobee, FL 02-04/05-2023 HS #6 Treasure Coast Trail Riders Indiantown, FL HS COMMITTEE MEETING 7PM (2/4) AT SIGN UP

02-26-2023 Enduro #5 Central Florida Trail Riders Richloam, FL 03-09-2023 Enduro #6 Daytona Dirt Riders Ormond Bech, FL

03-18/19-2023 HS #7 Nature Coast Trail Blazers Dade City, FL HS COMMITTEE MEETING 7PM (3/18) AT SIGN UP 04-01/02-2023 HS #8 Big O Trail Riders Indiantown, FL

04-15/16-2023 HS #9 River City Dirt Riders Belleview, FL 06-04-2023 Enduro #7 Cherokee Cycle Club Greensboro, GA

FLORIDA TRAIL RIDERS
*dates and locations subject to change due to the effects of Hurricane Ian*
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