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Burlington Parade 2010.JPGWelcome to the Penobscot Off-Road Riders website. Located in Lincoln, Maine and established on April 10, 2003, the Penobscot Off-Road Riders ATV Club's purpose is to establish an ATV trail system while respecting landowner's property, and encouraging the safe use of ATVs.

Calendar of Events 2014

The calendar of events for 2014 has been updated. See you at one of our rides or meetings soon!

Tower Ride 2014

Tower Ride 2014

Charity Ride

There will be a Charity Ride for Camp Capella on September 21st 2013.

Charity Ride 2013

ATV Weekend Bash (with Pig Roast)

There will be an ATV Weekend Bash on August 16, 17 & 18 with a pig roast, entertainment and lots of ATVing.

 Pig Roast 2013 Flyer



2013 List of Events

The events and meetings page has been updated and now shows the information for 2013.

2013 Trail update

We've lost some trails this year:

  • The trail from Why Not Stop to the River is CLOSED, we're working on rerouting it.
  • The Powerline trail is CLOSED
  • The Trail from Enfield Road To The Power Line is CLOSED

Check back here for updates and always obey the signs. If it looks like a trail, but says 'No ATVs' then please respect landowner rights and do not ride there.

2013 ATV Safety Class

On May 18th Henry Carey will be providing an ATV Safety class. Remember: In order to operate an ATV under 16 years of age, you must complete an approved ATV Safety Course.

Participation in an ATV education course will teach how to properly operate and maintain an ATV. Laws, responsibilities and personal safety will also be covered. Passage of a final exam is required. You must attend every day of the class in order to receive your certificate.Total Course = 6 hours

  • Proper Operation and Safety (Riding Skill-Equipment-Maintenance) = 2 Hours
  • Laws = 1/2 Hour
  • Emergencies & Survival = 40 Minutes
  • Map & Compass = 1 Hour
  • Self Help First Aid = 20 Minutes
  • Environmental/Landowner/Ethics = 1 1/2 Hours


2012 ATV for a Cure Ride

The Penobscot Off Road Riders together with Eastern Maine Health Care is organizing the first (hopefully annual) ATV for a Cure Ride on September 22nd 2012. The ride is to benefit Cancercare of Maine. Tickets will be $10 for an adult, $5 for kids under 16. The ride will start at 9am at the club site and finish at 4pm. There will be a BBQ at the club site after the ride. Join us for a day of fun and show support for this cause!

Also, if you are looking for a place to stay in Lincoln and the area. The White Tail Inn And Sleeping Bear Campground are offering discounts if you are in the area for the Ride.

Directions to the club site: If coming via I95 take exit 227 Lincoln. Head in to Lincoln. Go striaght at the light at the intersection of Rt 2(head towards the hospital) At the T with the Hospital right if front of you turn left then take the first Right on to Transalpine Road, then after about 2.5 miles turn left at the intersection (aka four corners) on to Folsom Pond Road. Head out Folsom Pond Road till you see our sign on the right. (on Google)

2012 Events Calendar

Go to the 'Events' tab to view the club events scheduled for 2012. 

Fund raising: The ATV Cookbook

Berni Vars has volunteered to head up the fund raising commitee. She has already come up with an idea to make up and sell cookbooks for the club. What she need is recipes, So if you have recipes you want to share either mail them to the club at Penobscot Off Road Riders, P O Box 745 Lincoln Me 04457 or send them via email to

2012 ATV Safety Class

The Penobscot Off Road Riders are fortunate enough to have a certified ATV trainer as our club president and on May 6TH we held our annual safety class. Check back here or  contact if you're interested in attending a future class, or have children that you'd like to sign up! Remember: In order to operate an ATV under 16 years of age, you must complete an approved ATV Safety Course.

ATV Maine

ATVMaineLogoThe Penobscot Off Road Riders are members of ATV Maine. This means that when you become a member of our club you automatically become a member of ATV Maine.

"ATV Maine is a statewide organization representing all affiliated ATV Clubs in Maine. Our purpose is to promote education regarding the safe and responsible use of ATV's and to be a unified voice on legislative issues regarding ATV use and to share information with our affiliated clubs and the general public."



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