Sheridan Mountain Sprint Enduro Happens on September 30
This is a press release from AMRA…
Phoenix – September 17, 2018 — The Sheridan Mountain Sprint Enduro, round one of the Arizona Motorcycle Riders Association (AMRA) race series, will take place on Sunday, September 30 at Yolo Ranch in Prescott, AZ. The event is part of a 14-race series sanctioned by the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA). Enticing the fastest riders in the southwest region, the Sheridan Mountain Sprint Enduro will follow a qualifier – no timekeeping race format.
ATR race coordinator Todd Berger says, “The Camp Wood trails are infamous in the AMRA series for being technical, challenging, and definitely rocky. Do you have what it takes to be the next Sheriff of Camp Wood?”
Celebrating 15 years of racing, AMRA has a reputation for tight, technical single-track and grueling competition. Mitch Carvolth, AMRA’s 2018 1st place pro class says, “I’m always looking forward to see what AMRA has in store for me. Their race series is very competitive with a variety of race formats that speak to all levels of riding ability.”
All eligible classes will earn points towards a spot on the season podium, and bragging rights, of course. Do you have what it takes?
About Arizona Trail Riders
ATR’s mission focus is to enjoy the sport of dirt biking. Be that single-track, jeep roads, racing, dual-sports, or anything of the like. Enjoying the great outdoors with family and friends while aboard a motorcycle. The club is a diverse group made up of riders of all ages, genders, and abilities. As a club, organized rides to Baja and Colorado are also offered for our members, along with several Camp-n-Ride events throughout the year.
While our main goal as a club is to get out there and ride, we realize it cannot be all play and no work. To that end, the Arizona Trail Riders have been, and will continue to be, leaders in promoting responsible OHV use locally and across the nation. ATR members are encouraged to get involved in the political world of OHV use and make their opinions, and expectations, heard by land managers and our legislators. For more information go to, www.arizonatrailriders.org
The Arizona Motorcycle Riders Association is a volunteer-run association made up of ten local off-road motorcycle clubs. AMRA’s intent is to work with the local clubs to promote off-road motorcycling in Arizona. Each year AMRA organizes Arizona’s Premier Off-Road Motorcycle Championship series which strives to provide high quality, fun and safe off-road racing for the whole family. In addition to racing, AMRA promotes non-competitive events and fundraisers to contribute to the health of our sport. For more information go to, www.amraracing.com.