What is the OMRA?
Rights. Riding. Racing.
The OMRA has been around since 1972 and is the statewide sanctioning body for off-road motorcycle events for the state of Oregon. It is a member-run club, whose main purpose is to unite responsible trail riders, racers and dualsport riders who wish to promote, preserve and protect enjoyable off-road recreation while, at the same time, emphasizing FUN!
This dedicated organization regularly meets to study, evaluate, and make recommendations on issues of importance to Oregon riders.
OMRA members consist of all ages who are comprising individuals, families, and commercial members.
Monthly meetings of the OMRA are held the first Wednesday of each month (except the November Calendar Meeting). CLICK HERE for the location.
The OMRA is involved in many issues:
Fights land closures of riding areas for all OHVs.
Volunteering and the OMRA Trail_Maintenance program.
Works extensively on legislative issues that affect off-road riding.
Promotes family fun events along with quality racing formats and advocates a positive image of motorcycling to the public.