A dirt bike is not much good without places to ride it. Off-road motorcycling is very family oriented. It's a valuable and rewarding sport. That's why the NMA was formed over 40 years ago. There are many organizations and public officials who would ban riding all ORVs on public land if left unchallenged. The NMA has been instrumental in establishing and formalizing ORV opportunities and funding in Washington State since its formation in 1973.
Yet, not all battles are won. Areas in Cle Elum and other high mountain trails in the Okanagon-Wenatchee National Forest can no longer be enjoyed by riders as thousands did years ago. Total closures have banned riding at Harts Lake and Sultan Basin, along with Tiger and Cougar Mountains. Almost continually, prime multi-use trails on DNR and National Forests here in Washington are subjected to the anti-ORV agendas of many special interest groups.
By joining the NMA you help ensure the rights of off-road motorcyclists. Your membership directly translates to "the voice of the ORV community" because your NMA representatives lobby for our interests during legislative sessions in Olympia, public land planning sessions, grant funding committees, focus groups and elsewhere. Your support strengthens and unites the ORV community in Washington.
Don't worry about what time of year it is. NMA memberships expire at the end of your membership term - on the anniversary date. For example, if you're paying for a membership in July your renewal will come due in July the following year.
JOIN today. Becoming a member is easy!