The CCMA was formed in 1972 to re-open the Los Padres National Forest to off-road motorcycling. In the past the CCMA organized annual AMA National Enduros, the Leapin’ Lizard Enduro held in Ballinger Canyon, and the Hi Mountain Enduro staged at Red Hill Road. Today the CCMA continues to hold the annual New Year’s Day Ride aka “The Hangover” and our Nathan Woods Memorial Poker Run to benefit injured riders. Other rides and events are always in the works.
Today, the CCMA is instrumental in keeping our local riding areas, with a primary focus on the Pozo OHV area, open and operational. The CCMA has worked to keep trails open with work days maintaining trails and staging areas. We partner with our sister organization, the Central Coast Trail Riders Association, to secure funding through California OHV grants (green sticker money) to keep our local OHV areas open. We built shade structures and restrooms, as well as added picnic tables for families to enjoy in the Pozo OHV area. We maintain and build trails that are challenging for OHVs while keeping the environmental impact to a minimum. We also built a mini track, which is a safe place for kids to learn to ride.
When a local rider is injured, the CCMA has jumped in with fundraising events and activities to support those riders and their families.
Enjoy a club where we don’t just talk about dirt bikes on the internet…we also ride them. A CCMA membership includes:
First and foremost, you become part of CCMA efforts to promote and support the sport of motorcycling on the Central Coast.
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