Club meetings are the 2nd Saturday of each month at 9am at the Ironton Legion at 232 4th Street
May – Pine – Center
June – Lawer – Loops
July – Miller Black Bear -annual club picnic
July 28th -Juvenile diabetes ATV ride (Because of Brandon) 10am meet at the Crosby Bar 212 W Main Crosby MN
August -Spider Lake
September -Emily Outing
October -Fond du Lac
The Cuyuna Iron Range Riders club will meet March 10th at 10am at the Ironton Legion, 232 Fourth Street. The club will discuss ATV safety training, county road ordinance, plan a ride schedule and Commissioner Doug Houge will discuss the fun raising ride; Because of Brandon. Non-members are welcome to join. The club offers memberships to anyone interested in trail riding and exploring nature. ATV riding is a fun way to meet people and explore Minnesota’s great outdoors. Membership forms are available on line at www.cuyunaironrangeriders.com
For more information about the club, or the Miller/Black Bear trail area, which the club maintains, contact Ken Irish club president email@example.com connect with us on Facebook for more information about the club.
Our club meets at the Ironton Legion 232 4th street at 9am and leave at 10am to ride. Our club is active in the Crosby Ironton area we promote responsible riding.
We host ATV youth safety training and have monthly rides.
We maintain the Miller Black Bear trail area. The trail is located between the cities of Trommald & Riverton off of Iverson road. There are 20 miles of nice forest trails with picnic sites, grills and scenic overlooks of the Mississippi River. It is nice area to bring your family and friends to enjoy the outdoors. Non members are welcome to attend our meetings and rides.
Here are some pictures from some trail that has been done this spring. Our club recently develop a picnic site on the Mississippi River with a table and grill. We are currently installing a bridge over a small water crossing. All the trail maintenance and work is done by volunteer members.
Ken Irish volunteer club president
May 13th ride the Pine Center trails
June 10th Solona Loops
July Miller Black Bear annual club picnic. Everyone is invited
August 12th Moose River trail. Park at Granny’s in Emily
September 9th Lawler Loops
October 14th Akeley Stompin Grounds
The Cuyuna Iron Range Riders and the Central Lakes ATV club hosted the 9th annual Spring Fling on April 17th at the Bridge Tavern. 93 people attended the event. This year’s guest speakers were Tom & Karen Umpress from the National Off Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC) and Chris Pence, CWC lands service supervisor.
Umpress’ told the group about NOHVCC, an educational organization and a national body of Off – Highway Vehicle recreational enthusiasts. They develop and provide a wide range of programs and information tools to individuals, clubs, associations and agencies to further a positive future for responsible Off Highway Vehicle recreation.
Pence spoke about the recent articles published in the Brainerd Dispatch about the Mississippi Northwoods property. The county is working through the comprehensive trail application process. Pence noted that the comment period ended on the 15th and that the county will respond to each one. Comments can still be submitted to the county’s website.
State representatives Josh Heintzeman and Dale Lueck joined the group along with Mary Straka, Off Highway Vehicle Coordinator for the DNR.
There were serval people that took home door prizes donated from the local business. Both clubs appreciate the generous support from the business and community. Membership discounts were offered and several new people joined each club. Both clubs are continuing trail maintenance youth safety training and are looking forward to great riding season. For more information about the Cuyuna Iron Range Riders contact club president Ken Irish firstname.lastname@example.org or the Central Lakes ATV club contact Kevin Kielbauch email@example.com
Great job to all the committee members for making this such a great event.
Ken Irish club president
Hello Club members,
Our club meeting is Saturday, April 9th, at 10am at the Ironton Legion. This year our club is hosting the Spring Fling on Sunday, April 17th at the Bridge Tavern, 26969 State Hwy 6. Activities will begin at 2:30 with new ATVs on display, social 3:30-4:30, Introductions, Speakers, 4:30-5:30 dinner and door prizes. Menu: Smoked pork sandwich, salads, desert and beverages. Adults $15.00 kids $5.00 10 years old and under. Tickets will be available at the meeting. If you are attending, Jerry & Alicia need a head count for food. Please RSVP them firstname.lastname@example.org or purchase your tickets at the meeting.
Our club membership are due May 1st. Family memberships are $20.00, individuals are $15.00. Make your check payable to the Cuyuna Iron Range Riders and send it to our post box address or pay at the meeting. Business membership are $30.00 and are due August 1st
Cuyuna Iron Range Riders PO Box 301 Crosby MN 56441-0301
Jessica Holmvig from the Cuyuna Lakes Chamber is attending our meeting. She will speak on the benefit of joining the chamber.
Club elections are in May for President, Treasure, and one board member.
- Pledge of Allegiance
- Approve March minutes – Ken
- Treasures report – Barb
- Spring Fling update – Jerry & Alicia
- Miller Black Bear Trail work – Russ
- Club T shirts/clothing Denise & Dale
- Cuyuna Lakes Chamber – Jessica
- Club elections – Ken
Invite a friend to the meeting
Ken Irish club president
Our club along with Over the Hills Gang, Central Lakes ATV club, Woodtick Wheelers, and Blind Lake club met March 19th at the Ironton Legion. Each group shared club updates, looked at trail maps, discussed ways to connect trail riding areas and towns. There was a lot of good discussion. Woodtick Wheelers brought beverages, OTHG brought pastries and our club provided lunch. It was a great meeting with 30 people attending.
Ken Irish club president