A dirt bike is not much good without places to ride. It seems to defy logic, but the fact is there are many organizations and representatives in public office who would disallow riding all ORVs on public land. Although the NMA has been instrumental in establishing and formalizing ORV opportunities and funding in Washington State, we have still lost over half of our trail mileage in the last 25 years.
Areas like Cle Elum, Harts Lake, Sultan Basin, and some high mountain trails in the Wenatchee National Forest can no longer be enjoyed by riders as hundreds and thousands did before. Almost continually, prime trails in the Gifford National Forest are under attack by anti-ORV groups.
By joining the NMA you can help ensure the rights of off-road motorcyclists to participate in a valuable and rewarding sport. Your membership directly translates to "the voice of the people" as NMA representatives lobby our interests in Olympia and elsewhere. Without your support, it's possible off-road motorcycling will be severely restricted or eliminated from public land in the future.
The NMA emblem was created as a symbol to represent the NMA's interest in motorcycling in Washington state. Click on the graphic for a closer look and to learn more about the emblem and the NMA.
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.
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