Ride with Us!
Founded in 2016, MSTR has nearly 200 active participants, including representation from several midwestern states as well as Canada. While our riders own all makes and models of motorcycles, from Aprilia to Yamaha, our common bond is our passion for riding. The members of MSTR, known to us as MSTRiders, travel to great riding destinations both near and far, becoming better riders and building camaraderie along the way.
As responsible members of this club, we take our sport seriously and act responsibly. We endorse a riding enjoyment and safety culture that embraces an ATGATT (All The Gear, All The Time) mindset. That said, some of our members are former racers and many others have participated in track days where riding skills can be improved in a secure environment. As our “middle name” indicates, many of us enjoy spirited sport riding, but always responsibly and within safe limits. Our club is designed to offer something for everyone – all types of riders and all different skill levels – from beginner to expert and everything in between.
If you’re looking to meet others that share your enthusiasm for motorcycling… ride with us!
Get ready to ride with us in 2021
Our 2021 riding season starts in April with one of our favorites, the Missouri-Arkansas (MoArk) event. In May, we’ll be back in the Smoky Mountains at the Michigan Renegade Mountain Ride (MR2). We’ll then visit Pennsylvania for the Seven Ranges Ride (7R2) in June. In July we’ll be at the Blue Grass Boogie (BGB) in Kentucky, before returning to Ohio for the Barn Burn Raid (BBR) in August. As always, we’ll wrap up the riding season in September with the Tip of The Mitt (TOTM) in Michigan, and then the Fall Color Ride (FCR) in October. Visit the Events page to check out the downloadable overviews for these events.
Visit our Smugmug site to see MSTRiders enjoying themselves at these 2020 events and at many of our other events throughout the years.
To join the MSTRiders, or renew your membership, go to the Resources page to download the form you need. You’ll also find information on how we ride as a group, how to set up your GPS and how to setup your motorcycle’s suspension.