There Will Be Dust 2021 News

The TRS’ There Will Be Dust Planning Team is currently working on preparations for this year’s event. The Team expects to have on-line registration open come late September.

Some Important Facts for This Year’s Event:

• Event date, Saturday November 20th
• Staging in the town of Patagonia
• Registration will be conducted on-line
• All routes will require bikes with a street legal license tag
• The event is Sanctioned by the AMA
• AMA membership is not required
• The event is permitted with the USFS
• AMA Insurance Liability Waiver forms, rider information sheets, route tracks and rider number information will be emailed to you after registering on-line
• Lunch and dinner meals will be provided as part of your entry fee
• A raffle party will be conducted during the dinner meal hours

Stay tuned for more or information as it becomes available.

Arizona State Trust Land Access Update

Great news!
State Lands Restriction Information

Effective Friday, July 9, 2021

Recreational Closures Lifted on State Trust Land with Stage II Restrictions in Some Areas
Stage II Restrictions – State Lands in Apache, Coconino, Gila, La Paz, Maricopa, Mohave, Navajo, Pinal, Yavapai, and Yuma Counties.

No Restrictions – State Lands in Southern Arizona including, Cochise, Graham, Greenlee, Pima, and Santa Cruz Counties.

Target shooting and fireworks are never allowed at any time of the year

For more information – please call our state fire restrictions hotline at 602-771-1401.

Have questions: email

Vintage Bikes For Sale

Message from club member Jim Roberts

“Bonneville Salt Flats Project”, my fully restored 1957 T20 Show Bike, and the 1962 T20SS highly modified Trials Competition Bike”
ALSO Jim said, “I am offering a “finders fee” of $100.00 to any member who sends along a buyer for either of my Cubs”

Az. State Trust Land Non- Urban Project

Arizona State Trust Land Department (AZSTLD) received OHV grant funding from Arizona State Parks & Trails OHV Program for a Non-Urban Lands project. One intent of the project is to establish rules and guidelines for OHV recreational activities. To quote Lisa Atkins, AZSTL Commissioner Lisa Atkins, “A Key component of the plan will be guidelines for OHV uses, including the designation of areas open to OHV use, the types of uses that would be authorized, and other appropriate measures to actively manage and provide an enforcement component of these activities…”

TRS received a letter inviting us to participate in a Non-Urban Lands Project Stakeholder Group. At this time, it is not clear exactly what our level of participation in the project will be, but TRS certainly will apply the best resources to match the demands of the project.

More information will be provided as it becomes available. So, stay tuned!

Red Spring Trail Maintenance Day April 3, 2021

Red Spring Trail Maintenance Day April 3, 2021

The day started promptly at 8AM with eight (8) TRS volunteers participating in the trail maintenance workday. We finished around 11:00am, well before it got too warm. Thanks to Troy R, Mike C, Gary, Diego, Alvaro, Noah, Jonathan S. and yours truly for taking time to tend to our trail system.

The Trail Crew was focused and efficient today. We made quick work of trimming back trailside brush, removing some larger tree limbs to allow room overhead so you wouldn’t smack your helmet as your rode by and even trimmed down a small stump or two along the way. Using some natural materials (rock, tree limbs and brush) we added some visual controls at a couple of corners to improve your ability to navigate a tight corner or trail intersection. We only moved a few rocks off the trail when absolutely necessary. In total we improved the trail along 3.76 miles of TR (Single Track Trail) #483 and TR #482 between FR (Forest Service Road) #4136 and FR #684.

Hope you can join us at the next trail maintenance day or at the upcoming Trash Clean-up day on Saturday April 24th.