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Kilkenny Trail Riders

Welcome to Kilkenny Trail Riders home on the web! We are very excited to be the newest Northern NH ATV club and are proud to be part of the North Country OHRV Coalition. Our roots in the Southern tip of Coos County put our members in the ideal place to pursue 1,000+ miles of interconnected ATV trails throughout Northern New Hampshire known as Ride the Wilds. Northern New Hampshire’s beautiful landscape offers an unmatched, premium riding destination. Nestled in quaint Lancaster NH, the Kilkenny Trail Riders club offers enthusiasts a unique offering of hospitable businesses including motels, campgrounds, restaurants  gas stations, convenience stores and OHRV dealerships that fully support our growing sport.

Take a look around our site and contact us if you have any questions.

If you want to ride Mt Washington this year you need to sign up in Advance.

THE MT. WASHINGTON TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE !!!

 

The 18th annual Gerry Pomerleau Memorial Ride on Mt. Washington sponsored by NHATV Club is on Saturday June 24th 2017 On-line tickets are available NOW. You will only be able to purchase 5 driver tickets for your family and unlimited passenger tickets. This event will be on line tickets sale ONLY and NO tickets will sold on site. All tickets will be sold through the MT. Washington. There will be two time slots morning 8am to 12 pm and 2pm to 6pm. You can find all prices, rules and regulations on www.mt-washington.com.

 

For all ticket sales please go to. https://fareharbor.com/mtwashingtonautoroad/items/38719/

 

These tickets will not last long so order now!!!

NHATV has NO control over the tickets sale, so when all the tickets are gone they will be sold out! Any questions regarding tickets please contact the Mt. Washington Auto Road.

Club ride Sunday July 24th

The Kilkenny Trail Riders will have a club ride out of the Jericho Motor Sports Parking lot (On Rt 110)

on Sunday July 24th.  The ride will be departing at 9:30am.   Ride details of length, etc. are

TBD.  Most likely it’ll be a pack your own lunch ride stopping at a spot for lunch.

Hope to see you there!

Jericho ATV Festival for 2016

Still a bit off, but mark your calendar for August 5-7 2016 for the Jericho ATV Festival.  It get’s bigger and muddier every year.

For more information look here:  http://www.androscogginvalleychamber.com/jericho-atv-festival/

Trails opened for the 2016 Season Monday May 23rd.

Hi:

In general, all trails in the NH trail system and Ride the Wilds should be open.

Please look out for any marked exceptions that may be closed due to conditions and/or other

reasons.

 

Have fun out there but be careful.

Trail to Lancaster is now open!!

The trail to/from Lancaster is now open.  Now Lancaster

is connected to the thousand plus (Yes, 1000+) miles of

Ride the Wilds.

 

Have Fun and ride safe.

 

Meeting regarding a new club in Jefferson

 

Another step in the right direction! There will be a meeting Sunday at 6:00 PM at the Waumbek Snowmobile Club House in Jefferson. The purpose is to form an ATV Club for Jefferson. This is another great step to connect Lancaster to Jefferson then hopefully to Randolph and then to Gorham. Anyone interested in helping with this new Club is invited to attend.

Kilkenny Trail Riders NH ATV Club hosts their first ATV club ride

Earlier this month, the members of the  newest NH ATV club took to the trail for a club ride from Lancaster to Groveton. In total, 17 machines left the Summer St. parking lot and traveled along the Kilkenny Trail Riders route to Groveton.

Once in Groveton, we rolled in to the North Country Family Restaurant for a fantastic meal! It was great seeing our big group of riders patronize a local restaurant and the food was perfect, a win-win!

After dinner, we took off on the trails and enjoyed some of the best ATV riding NH has to offer via the North Country ATV trail system.

Stay tuned for more organized club rides!

Our first trail meeting was a success!

Tonight we had our first trail meeting where we discussed the proposed route crossing Main Street at Rite Aid and Cranes Snowmobile Museum. We had a good turnout of club members and had a great discussion about how we will provide access to the local businesses through direct trail access. Other discussions were related to the necessary signage and bridge building to make this section of the trail work.

The highlight of the meeting was when we packed down the proposed trail with UTV’s and rode right up to Scorpios Pizzaria. It was such a great feeling knowing that soon, our local businesses would be supported by OHRV enthusiasts via direct trial access; we know this is going to be a big hit!

Here are a few images from tonights meeting: