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Protecting Off Road Trails and Promoting Responsible

ATV, Jeep, 4x4 and Motorcycle Trail Use In North East Ohio

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Who is Lake County Off Road Conservation Inc. (LCOR)?

LCOR consists of 4x4, Jeep, ATV Motorcycle enthusiasts from across Lake County and North East Ohio whose mission it is to:

Protecting NE Ohio Off-Road Trails and promote Safe, Fun & Responsible ATV, Motorcycle and Jeep/4x4 activities.

LCOR is the North East Ohio member group of the Ohio Motorized Trails Association (OMTA).

Together with the OMTA we work to secure and improve trails across Ohio as we meet with state and local agencies to insure that motorized recreationists have a voice.

LCOR holds monthly meetings for members to discuss topics of interest such as:

o Upcoming day and weekend rides

o Parades, shows and events.

o New Land & Trail opportunities.

o Updates and new information from OMTA, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and other state agencies

(Learn more about the OMTA)

Ohio Motorized Trails Association

Lake County Off Road is proud to be a chartered club of the American Motorcycle Association (AMA) & the All Terrain Vehicle Association (ATVA)

(Visit the AMA & ATVA today)


LCOR follows Tread Lightly!

Travel responsibly on designated roads and trails or in permitted areas.

Respect the rights of others including private property owners and all recreational trail users, campers and others to allow them to enjoy

their recreational activities undisturbed.

Educate yourself by obtaining travel maps and regulations from public agencies, planning for your trip, taking recreation skills classes,

and knowing how to use and operate your equipment safely.

Avoid sensitive areas such as meadows, lakeshores, wetlands and streams, unless on designated routes.  This protects wildlife habitat

and sensitive soils from damage.

Do your part by leaving the area better than you found it, properly disposing of waste, minimizing the use of fire, avoiding the spread

of invasive species, restoring degraded areas, and joining a local enthusiast organization.


Is the LCOR all work and no play?

Not at all, in fact quite the opposite. While we do participate in different events like parades, dealer open houses and meeting with land owners and city

officials, what we all really want to do is ride. In fact this past year nearly all the members had at least one organized ride. These rides ranged from the

Alleghany Mountains of Pennsylvania to Wayne National Forest in Southern Ohio to many single day rides in between.


Who can Join LCOR?

Are you 18 years or older?

Have a 4x4, ATV or Dirt bike?

Are a responsible rider/driver?


Then your qualified!

From Mom's & Dads, Sisters & Brothers yes even Grandma's and Grandpa's, Everyone who enjoys 4x4's, ATV's or Dirt Bikes is welcome!


What benefits do I get by joining LCOR?


You will be involved with a fun organization of other off road enthusiasts just like you who have been searching for interesting places to ride

and new people to ride with safely and legally. Most members find that meeting these people alone is worth the small yearly dues.

When you join you will be issued two membership cards in one.


On the front will be your Lake County Off Road membership card and information and on the back will be your OMTA membership card.

Your membership card gives you full access to all LCOR and OMTA events including several private riding lands only open to OMTA members

and not the general public.

You'll receive discounts and special treatment at all LCOR and OMTA sponsoring dealerships & parts stores

LCOR holds meetings to discuss topics of interest to you and the other members. Discussions include:


Upcoming rides, parades, dealer open houses and events

Land & Trail opportunities in and around North East Ohio

New information from other members regarding rides, parts, accessories, basically anything of interest to members.

Information from the OMTA who works with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and other state agencies to locate,

secure and improve trails right here in Ohio.


You will also receive a LCOR 3" window decal and other special gifts


What does it cost to join LCOR?


Cost is only:


$30/year for an individual * - That's only $2.50 a month!

$40/year for a family * - That's only a little over $3 a month

*remember by joining you also receive membership in the Ohio Motorized Trails Association (OMTA)


So how do I apply to become a member?

We're glad you asked, It's easy!    Click here to learn how