The American Motorcyclist Association is working with local government, riders and other organizations to investigate the possibility of creating an off-highway-vehicle park in Baltimore.
Group tours motocross parks
BALTIMORE – City Councilman Pete Welch led a 20-person group on a tour of the Happy Ramblers Motorcycle Club in Hanover, Pa., and the Candytown Motorcycle Club in Elizabethtown, Pa., on March 19 to gather information for their effort to create an off-highway-vehicle park for the city.
Welch hopes to establish a world class “wheels park” that will provide a place for OHV riders, bicyclists, skateboarders and others to enjoy their pastimes safely.
The initiative gathered momentum during the summer of 2015 as a way to curb stunts and other illegal riding on the city’s streets and in its parks. Community organizations, government officials, riders AMA District 7 representatives and the AMA are participating in the study.