Riding is why we are all here and have formed this amazing Association of people. There is nothing quite like getting out on the trails with friends and family.

1974 – Marc Toenyan’s first motorcycle ride at Indian Campground in Teanaway

1974 – Teanaway group ride

1975 – Brenda and Lori Thomson at Camp Sundown

1977 – John Feulner at Tahuya

1978 – Julie Agnew on her Indian mini with the Nelson kids at Naches

1979 – Don Hammer in Cle Elum

1982 – James Brolin, Don Rhodes, Ron Morgenthaler and David Rhodes (in back) on Klone Peak working on the film “Evergreen Trailride”

1985 – Tommy Thomson, Bremerton Cruisers M/C campout at Naches

1988 – First year that the Northwest Trail Riders hosted the Mt. St. Helens 100 at GPNF.  Entry included a catered lunch mid-ride.

Summer of 1989 Cletha Walstrand of Boeing Employees M/C hosted “The Girls Day Out”. Six women staged in Greenwater and rode over the Naches Trail. In 1990 the event was renamed the NMA Ladies Trail Ride.

1990 trail ride near Bellingham following an ISDE qualifier at Saxon

1991 NMA Ladies Trail Ride organized by Beth Neff at Camp Pond.

In the early 1990s, the Metropolitan Park District of Tacoma offered classes teaching kids to ride and provided dirt bikes for the class. The classes were held in the Tahuya State Forest. Matt Williams (Cascade Family M/C) was one of the instructors.

1993 Skagit M/C ride at Naches – Scott Weber, Marty Bridenstine, Aron Springer, Lyle, Mike Gorman and Dave Nicholson (in front)

1994 included an NMA dual sport series with 8 dual sport events hosted by 7 different clubs. Stumpjumpers M/C hosted an AMA national dual sport ran out of Mt. Pilchuck.

1994 – Bremerton Cruisers M/C ride from club property in Tahuya

1995 NMA Ladies Trail Ride riders meeting being delivered by Lori Taylor

1995 NMA dual sport series advertised in MC Events newspaper

1995 NMA Ladies Trail Ride was, as per usual, completed by Minda Peterson riding pillion with her son Lauren

1995 NMA dual sport series advertised in MC Events newspaper

1995 Tim and Scott Harrell doing some bike maintenance at home

1996 Lisa Gibson in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest

The 2000 NMA Ladies Trail Ride was hosted by Laurie Jackson at Tahuya. 52 women and girls ranging in age from 8 to 87 years attended, raising $750 for the NMA Land Use Fund.

2000 Marty Bridenstine at Mission Ridge

2001 Dave Nicholson at Mad River

2005 – Skagit M/C ride staged at Alder Ridge

2005 Scott Harrell wheelying his TTR 90 for Mama T.

2007 Matt Williams at Teanaway

2008 Olivia Pugh ready to rip

2009 Tom Taylor, Scott Weber and Lori Taylor chasing around in the toilet bowl on Mission Ridge

2010 – Beth Neff at a Cascade Family M/C fun day ride

2010 Pugh family ride

2010 – Tyler Sandell and Jeremy LeBreton getting last tracks of the season in at Teanway

2012 Roscoe Rainey at Tahuya

2013 Remnants of a trail sign burned in the 2012 Table Mtn fire. The meadow grasses were the first vegetation to grow back.

2013 NMA Trail Ride staged at Taneum Junction

2013 – Loren Shao and Paul Bryant in the Methow Ranger District

2013 Brett Fladseth and Tyler Sandell on a fall snow ride at Mad River

2015 – Sarah Forney hosted an all ladies ride at JR & Debbie Tonsgard’s property in Marysville. The weekend was attended by 11 women and sparked a vision for a larger annual ladies ride.

2017 Tom Sackett at Foggy Dew

2017 Naches

2018 Miller Peak

2018 – Cheryl Warter and Eric Wentworth at Taneum

2019 Monti Sorem getting in a day of riding with his girls at Grays Harbor ORV Park

2019 – Stumpjumpers M/C Ladies Ride attendance was 120 riders. Three separate arrowed trail loops, field games, catered dinner and a bonfire made for an outstanding weekend.

2019 – Jeff Micone in the Central Cascades

2020 – Nancy Toenyan wisely taking a very calm and quiet break on the trail at Little Pend Oreille.  See a video of the encounter here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVPqiSjv3PY&t=5s

2020 Gifford Pinchot National Forest

2021 Tommy Thomson and daughter Lori Taylor at Teanaway

2021 Stumpjumpers M/C Ladies ride at Hannegan Speedway was attended by a record 150 women and girls who enjoyed trail rides, skills competitions, a bike set-up clinic, complementary 3-way socket wrench for every rider (provided by Mt. Baker Moto-Sports), great food and an evening dance party. The demographics of our sport are changing as a result of and in evidence of this event.

2022 Mike Norris enjoying the Cascade Mtns

2023 Tyler Smith early mountain riding season

2023 Kevin Johnson and Tatum Harris on Lower Chiwawa

2023 – Marc Toenyan enjoying motorized trails in the upper Teanaway drainage