AMA District 23 Chartered Club

Norsemen Motorcycle Club

Proud sponsor of quality AMA sanctioned off-road events in Minnesota

Cambridge Hare Scrambles Minnesota 300 Adventure Ride Mora Enduro TT Trollhaugen Hare Scrambles

Cambridge Hare Scrambles

The Cambridge Hare Scrambles is held at the Norsemen owned property in Cambridge, MN which includes a woods course,  moto track and a TT track. May 8, 2016!

Minnesota 300 Adventure Ride

The Minnesota 300 is a two day adventure ride through the Walker/Leech Lake area in northern Minnesota June 25 & 26, 2016. The route consists of two loops, each approximately 150 miles each. The loops begin and end at the Norther Lights Casino and utilize many forest roads, snowmobile and ATV trails in the area.

On-line REGISTRATION CLOSES 6/12/2016 or when 100 riders have registered.

Mora Enduro

The Norsemen Motorcycle Club has been sponsoring the Mora Enduro in the Snake River State Forest for over 50 years! This Enduro is the only time you can ride the trails in this forest, don't miss it! July 24, 2016 for the Main Enduro and a Family Enduro July 23, 2016 paying Youth Cross Country Series points.

Cambridge TT

The Norsemen MC is proud to host 2 TT events at our property in Cambridge, MN. New clay has been brought in to improve the TT track for everyone's enjoyment. NOTE: This is a Norsemen MC event and will not be run by NCDT. Mark your calendar June 5 and September 11, 2016.

Trollhaugen Hare Scrambles

Voted #1 Hare Scrambles in AMA District 23 for 2014! This Hare Scrambles is held at the Trollhaugen Outdoor Recreation Area in Dresser, WI. The course includes a woods course and  moto track. Don't miss out on the fun October 2, 2016!

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Trollhaugen Hare Scrambles

September 25, 2016

Due to a scheduling conflict at our venue Trollhaugen Outdoor Recreation Area, we are forced to move this event up a week.

The next Norsemen Hare Scrambles is held at Trollhaugen Recreation Area in Dresser, WI.

Kabetogama State Forest MN DNRKabetogama State Forest Trails will be the focus of MN DNR Open House in Orr

Anyone interested in trail use and motorized recreation in Kabetogama State Forest in St. Louis County is encouraged to attend an open house Wednesday, August 3, 2016, 5:00 to 8:00 p.m., at the American Legion, 4543 U.S. Highway 53 in Orr, the Department of Natural Resources said.

The open house will provide an opportunity to submit comments and suggestions about trail use in Kabetogama State Forest. DNR staff will be available to answer questions and provide maps of existing trails.

Between 2003-2008, the DNR inventoried all routs and designated trails within state forests. This current project will reevaluate the designations made during the initial review. Changes could include redefining how trails can be used, determining options for motorized trail routs and trail connections, closing unsustainable trails, designating "areas with limitations" during hunting and trapping activities, and developing new hunter walking trails.

Written comments may be submitted to foresttrailplanning.dnr@state.mn.us or by mail to Joe Unger, DNR Parks and Trails, 500 Lafayette Road, St. Paul, MN 55155-4039. The DNR will accept written comments through August 17, 2016. Changes to state forest trail designations must be made by commissioner's order and published in the State Register.

Support Legislation to Quantify the Economic Impact of Recreation

Send an Email in Support of S. 2219 and H.R. 4665

Companion bills, S. 2219 and H.R. 4665, known as the Outdoor REC (Recreation's Economic Contributions) Act have been introduced in the U.S. Congress and are starting to move. The bills would require the Secretary of Commerce in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Labor and in consultation with federal land management agencies to assess and analyze the outdoor recreation economy of the United States and the effects attributable to it on the overall U.S. economy. The assessment may consider employment, sales, contributions to travel and tourism, and other appropriate contributing components of the outdoor recreation economy.


A private 2012 study found that outdoor recreation generates $646 billion in consumer spending each year and supports 6.1 million jobs. This study was conducted by the Outdoor Industry Association in cooperation with several partners. The motorized recreation industry funded the motorized portion of the study which found that approximately $257 billion or nearly 40% of the total $646 billion in economic impact is derived from motorized recreation.This is important information for policy makers and agency personnel as they make important land use decisions about how to best provide for responsible multiple uses that meet the needs of their local communities.

It is important that key decision makers hear from OHV enthusiasts the importance of the impact of motorized recreation. Take action and send a letter to your Members of Congress in support of the legislation and highlight the importance of motorized recreation. The TAKE ACTION NOW link will take you to the ARRA web site and a suggested email already written for you and ready to add your own thoughts.

Not sure who your representatives are?

Google Calendar

Check out the Google calendar for all the D23 Off-Road events. You can save it to your calendar, get directions to events and trail boss contact information all in one place.

Family, Youth Memberships, One-Event Race Pass Now Available from the AMA

Racers now have a choice of one of five memberships: AMA Competition Plus, AMA Competition, AMA Family (not available for purchase on event day), AMA Youth or an AMA One-Event Pass. Get all the information HERE.

AMA 2016 Rule Book Addition

REASON: Adding a new type of Enduro for promoters with limited space.

Chapter K; Section 2.3

K. Sprint Enduro

  1. A Sprint Enduro follows the rules for Enduro's with the following exceptions:
    • There is a time limit to complete the required test section or tests.
    • Test sections will be 2-7 miles in length and may consist of various terrain including woods, motocross, man-made obsticles, grass tracks, and other off-road terrain.
    • All loops must be ran in consecutive section order.
  2. Riders will be informed on the number of sections or tests that they must complete in the allowed time.
  3. The riders test times will be recorded at the end of each test section, in minutes and seconds and at the end of the event all test scores will be totaled up and the lowest score wins.
  4. In the event of a tie, the tied riders last test score will break the tie. If there is still a tie, the first rider with better time in the next preceding test wins.

July 2016 Cycle USA

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