Jones Creek Trail Riders Association
…working to preserve, promote and grow the Jones Creek OHV trails…
Welcome To The New Site!
The Jones Creek Trail Riders have been hard at work behind the scenes to upgrade our website, with a new way to share news, announce upcoming events and promote our favorite riding area. Take a look around and let us know what you think, either on Facebook or in an email. We’ve added lots of info that makes it easier for you to find, work on, ride and enjoy the trails Jones Creek has to offer!
HOS Flyer 2019
The weather’s getting cooler, the time is getting close. You can feel winter in the air, and just about smell the exhaust of your bike warming up on a cold New Year’s morning – right? Get those studs on now, because we’re just about ready to invite you out to our favorite race track on our favorite day of the year. The flyer has all the details you need, but if you still have questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out our sponsors for this year’s race and be sure to thank them for their sponsorship and let them know you saw them here.
Huge thanks to Sunbelt Rentals, who once again are making the heavy equipment available needed to build the endurocross!
Yamaha 10 Year Anniversary Video
Board of Director News
JCTRA is pleased to announce the new board members elected for 2018. Ed Gillespie, Barb Freeman, Steve Sizer and Wil Reisenauer have stepped up in Officer roles to help progress the efforts of the club, as well as Valerie Ulver, coordinating membership. Huge thanks to the rest of the members, who although un-named, continue to help out in so many ways to keep Jones Creek open and in riding condition for the rest of us.
The Board of Directors wishes to express their deep gratitude for the outgoing club president, Mike Ames, who worked tirelessly for more than a decade to promote Jones Creek. Some riders knew him simply as “Mr. Jones Creek”, as he, along with his wife Annie and many of his immediate and extended family, put in countless hours working behind the scenes on behalf of the club and riding public. We wish Mike and Annie well in their new endeavors and hope we are able to promote the club and trails with the same effectiveness and enthusiasm into the future.