Trails are OPEN! Be cautious of trail debris and ease yourself into the riding season.


Family fun on Simcoe County trails.

The Simcoe County Off-Road Riders Association (SCORRA) is a family oriented off-road motorcycle riders club formed in December 2006. With an inaugural membership of 25, we have quickly grown to become the largest off-road riding club in Ontario with more than 3700 members and inventory of over 380 kms of maintained, designated trails in 2021.

We are a provincially incorporated not for profit corporation managed by a volunteer board. SCORRA is actively involved in establishing, maintaining, and stewarding trails within Simcoe County. We host a number of events each year including rider training, trail & track rides, motorcycle maintenance, and club meetings. We offer online trail maps to our membership.

We are a provincially incorporated not for profit corporation managed by a volunteer board.

As a local club of the Ontario Federation of Trail Riders you can join in on the fun by selecting us as your primary club affiliation when joining the OFTR. In doing so a portion of your membership fees are directed to our club. Funds raised through membership dues, event fees, and sponsorships are used for trail building, maintenance, trail signage, insurance, club promotion and events.
Most of our trails are located in the County of Simcoe Forestry properties where riding is governed by the county’s Recreation Policy. If you ride an Off-Road Motorcycle here you are required to have a valid trail pass (ie. an OFTR membership) and stay on the designated trails. Your bike must be licensed, insured, equipped with a spark arrestor and quiet (94 DB or less).

An OFTR/SCORRA membership is your trail pass which gets you access to some of the best single and two track trails in the province.

For more information please visit our Discussion Forum, come out to one of our club events, or email us.

To see the current SCORRA Board of Directors, click here. For a history of the SCORRA Board of Directors, click here.