If you want to experience 2,700 acres of off-road riding fun, grab some riding buddies or your family and head out to the Red River Motorcycle Trails in Bulcher, Texas. Red River was established 1972 and has come to be known by several different names. Bulcher and Muenster are two of the names you’ll hear. Sometimes it’s mistaken for Red River ATV Park, which is in Bonham, Texas. It would be difficult and very time consuming to map all the trails here. Let’s just put it this way, you won’t get bored on 2,700 acres. The terrain varies from thick trees with flowing sandy trails to hill climbs. Most of the climbs are sand but there are some huge rocky climbs too. Sandy river bottoms present a real treat or challenge, depending on how you want to attack them. Large, sandy play areas are a favorite of many. Red River is a great family recreation area to start out new or young riders. If you want to take a break from riding, try fishing, swimming or just lounging in the river. Admission is $25 a day for non-members. A membership allows you to ride for $15 a day and allows

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The following is an industry press release … BORGO PANIGALE (Bologna, Italy)  – Even more fun and high performance, featuring an original design, the new Ducati Scrambler 1100 PRO and 1100 Sport PRO are the ideal choice for those who want to ride a motorcycle with a 1079 cm³ engine with generous torque right from the bottom of the rev range, a 15-litre steel tank that, combined with the comfortable seat with the new coating, ensure even the longest rides are enjoyed in comfort. The fun is guaranteed on the new Ducati Scrambler 1100 PRO and Sport PRO, thanks to their iconic style and sense of freedom, together with agility and safety. Created for those who love to ride motorcycles even outside the city, perhaps also with a passenger, these new models are a further declination of the bike that identifies the Ducati Scrambler “Land Of Joy”. The Ducati Scrambler 1100 PRO stands out for its new two-tone “Ocean Drive” color scheme, combined with a steel Trellis frame and rear aluminum subframe, both black. The aluminum covers are also black. A new right-side dual tailpipe and low-slung plate holder ensure distinctive rear-end styling and, together with the new livery, give

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An industry press release is promotional material written and distributed by a company, organization or individual to inform the public about an event, product or service. Industry press releases are not written by employees of the American Motorcyclist Association. AMA staff members do assess industry press releases for their interest to AMA members and general noteworthiness.

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Enduros offer adventure, friendship, tough trails and opportunities to triumph. Entering one might just be the best 50 bucks you’ll ever spend. By James Holter When Coach, my fellow Row 30 rider and colleague, asked me Monday morning if spending nine minutes helping him at the Ohio State Enduro Championship cost me first place, I answered appropriately. “I would have won States, Coach!” I was joking. That lost time made no difference. Ralph Withem, the guy who did win my class (Vintage) beat me by well more than all the minutes my charity, lack of planning and absent-mindedness spotted him. Coach and I were riding the 2019 Milk Run, which the Athens Motorcycle Club (one of the oldest AMA-chartered clubs) started in 1946. The Milk Run enduro is steeped in history, having been won by off-road racing legends such as Terry Cunningham, Mike Melton, Mark Hyde, Wally Wilson and John Penton. Even though the Milk Run isn’t on the AMA National Enduro Championship schedule, winning it means something, and it pulls national-caliber riders. Recent champs have included Russell Bobbitt, Zach Klamfoth and Robbie Jenks. The Milk Run is a throwback hard-core, traditional southern Ohio enduro, which means timekeeping, hills, roots,

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