We're riders, off road - trail riders, not motocross racers. We're riding for Fun.
Due to Covid-19 - Coronavirus pandemic we're all on the same page. We have to stay home. Well, thankfully riding is not a team sport, so we can have fun and easily stay away from each other from at least 6 feet. By the way, that is a minimum of a safe distance, when riding in a group anyway. Remember to use a gloves when getting gas. The gas station pump might be infected and you have to protect yourself. Think positive, practice social distance, and at least have fun in these weird days. Remember, there is always good to improve your riding skills and your backyard or any other place close to your home might be a great playground for you. Happy riding guys and stay tuned for a more positive post in a better days.
To all our friends and fellow riders, we need your help; If you're in for a designated riding area for legal off-road riding in Maui, if you’re in for a place where your kids and families can come, have fun together, socialize, learn and share experiences and meet other fellow riders and families. Support us.
You probably don't know there was a rumor in 2009 Maui county made an effort to start a park that spanned 670 acres of state land in Wahikuli. The rumor also said the idea failed because the state couldn’t secure a land deal. Maui's enduro riders dream of having an off-road rugged terrain track on Maui, similar to the more than 400-acre Kahuku Motocross Park on Oahu’s North Shore just simply disappeared. Now, almost ten years later when Maui population increased from 155000 to 166000, increased also population of enduro riders, interested of riding in a mountains or other areas where they can measure a technical skills, riding for fun or just hang out with others and exchange personal information about theirs patience.
Looking for a new places to ride? New people? Ride with us! We feel strongly, more than ever, Maui officials should start pay attention and hear about our needs. We believe a dialog should be opened and we should express our frustration about off road riding discrimination in our beautiful island.
Riding is fun, Riding with others is even better!
Let's get together and ride together. Let's share your opinion with us. Lets find a new places to ride. Places where we can enjoy off road riding without a fear of confiscating bikes, paying nonsense citations or stress out because you're doing something illegal.
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Makawao, Hawaii 96768, United States