New Mexico Off Highway Vehicle Alliance


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NMOHVA/NMTA Sipapu Shindig

  • 31 May 2013
  • (MDT)
  • 02 Jun 2013
  • (MDT)
  • Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort


(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • For one non-NMTA participant - includes one Dinner, event T-shirt, and event souvenir sticker.
  • This is only for one NMTA member who is competing at the Sipapu NMTA event. Includes one dinner, event T-shirt, and event souvenir sticker.

Registration is closed

The New Mexico Off Highway Vehicle Alliance (NMOHVA) and the New Mexico Trials Association (NMTA) are co-hosting events that combines the best of northern New Mexico riding with the jaw-dropping and gravity-defying show that is observed trials riding. 

Friday and Saturday will feature a variety of dual sport, single-track, and road riding opportunities through the mountains of New Mexico. All riding off of ski resort property is strictly "no fee" and at the event participant's discretion. Maps of suggested routes will be provided and we anticipate plenty of people who would be willing to let others follow them as they explore the beautiful and varied scenery around Sipapu, Taos, Angel Fire and surrounding areas.

Saturday and Sunday will feature two rounds of NMTA-hosted observed trials.  Both "halves" of this joint event are headquartered out of the beautiful Sipapu Ski and Summer Resort.  Bring several bikes and do it all!  Your first competition event with NMTA is free and they encourage all to participate.

All road riding requires a legal, plated bike.  Trails system riding requires a valid NM OHV sticker or sticker from a reciprical state.  The NMTA event is being held on private land (the ski resort) so no stickers are required.

Registration for this event includes a dinner Saturday night, an event T-shirt, sticker, and a chance at raffle prizes.

Additional meal tickets are available for those who only wish to join us for the Saturday evening BBQ.

This is a fund-raising event.  All funds above event costs will go directly to NMOHVA's Access Defense Fund.  The Access Defense Fund is used to protect and preserve motorized recreation and access in New Mexico.

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