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The Off-Road Riders Association (ORA) is a grassroots, not-for-profit organization formed to create a positive, long-term future for the Black Hills Off-Road Community.

We encourage safe, environmentally sustainable riding practices and cooperation with other motorized and non-motorized users of the forest.

While the majority of ORA members ride ATVs, Dirt Bikes and UTVs, our organization supports the entire off-road motorized community.

You'll find information about the Off-Road Riders Association, about riding opportunities in the Black Hills and Grasslands of South Dakota and about how YOU can help to promote a positive future of motorized recreation in western South Dakota.

Please join the Off-Road Riders. With your support we can continue to improve riding opportunities in our region for generations to come.

If you are a new resident, planning to visit the Black Hills, new to off-roading, or just looking for a way to help, you found the right place. You will find useful information, have fun, and meet a few new friends along the way!

Officers Board of Directors

Dave Hague
Mike Macy
Erv Berg
Connie Bertolotto

President
Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer

Ross Brown:
Greg Mumm:
Patty Brown:
Eric Hunt:
Tim Grosz:
Jeff Kearney:
Lonnie Hall:

Past President, Founding Member
BRC* Liason, Legislative Liason
BHRMUC** Liason
SDOHVC*** Liason
Past VP, Events Coordinator
Past President
Past President, Founding Member

*BlueRibbon Coalition **Black Hills Regional Multiple Use Coalition ***South Dakota Off Highway Vehicle Coalition

Contact Us offroadriderspresident@gmail.com

Join Now with our sign-up form. Your membership helps ensure a positive future for OHV. Thank you for your support!

ORA Monthly Meetings

4th Thursday every month except November and December

6:00 Social Hour 7:00 Meeting - TREA - The Retired Enlisted Associaion - 1981 Centre Street

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Shanks Quarry fencing project with the Forest Service