A Maine ATV and Snowmobile club for Topsham and the surrounding towns. We have trails on both sides of town. One set starts out at J&S Oil on Route 196. The other set starts out at Mt. Ararat High School off Rt 201 and goes through some great areas, passes over Middlesex Road about a mile up from Rusty's Store, down around the pond near the local redemption site and some go up into Bowdoin/Bowdoinham. In the winter you can even go so far as Brunswick and West Bath. 

Come join us out on the trails...
ALL RIDERS ARE REQUIRED TO STAY 25 FEET AWAY FROM ALL POWER POLES AND GUIDE WIRES.
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 All ATV trails are operated on privately owned land, individuals damaging or abusing their property will result in the loss of all ATV trails for everyone.
 Operating an ATV in wetlands, marshes, rivers, and streams is illegal in Maine. 
RESPECT LANDOWNERS - STAY ON MARKED TRAILS AND OBEY ALL POSTED SIGNS. USE IS A PRIVILEGE, NOT A RIGHT. RIDE AT OWN RISK. 

Topsham Trailriders Club
Box 421
Topsham, ME 04086

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Topsham Trailriders

NOTICE TO ALL ON/OFF ROAD MOTORCYCLE/DIRTBIKE RIDERS

Our Club this past year had several incidents of On-Off Road M/Cs causing problems with several of our landowners. One of those land owners has chosen to close his land to everyone including, Atv, M/C, Bikes, and walkers.  This is mostly Because of no respect of the M/C users just abusing the property and landowner. We have other areas in our town that are also receiving complains about the lack of respect from them. We’ve decided after much thought to close our trails to M/Cs use  due to these complaints and also that many of our trails are on property owned by Power Companies that have a policy that there will be no M/C on their land. The notice attached sadly is now the rule. Please if you’re on Ours or another club trail system respect all land owners! We will now use signs/cameras to enforce  this new rule. We also have had created  Land Owner contact magnets so they will have someone to contact when problems happen immediately.

Please Respect your Land Owners if you don’t we will not have a place to ride!

Dan Parlin, TTR President

Topsham Trailriders Club
Box 421
Topsham, ME 04086




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Upcoming Events


Sept 21st - Feed Your Neighbor Ride

Last Monday of the month - Regular Club Meeting 7pm

3rd Monday of the month - Board of Directors Meeting 7pm

2nd Wednesday of the month-
Social night 6pm

See more in our monthly newsletter
The Trailmaster's Report
Trailmaster - Charlie Parkinson
Assistant Trailmasters - Tim Doyle & James Belanger

​We had a good time at the Topsham Fair and hope you all had the time to enjoy it as I did. We have the “Feed Your Neighbor” ride coming up on Saturday September 21st please attend and show your support. The statewide clean-up event this year is on Sunday, September 15th 2019. All the work we as a club have put into the trails is getting others that use them to notice and appreciate all the hard work that we have put into them. Hunting season is just around the corner so remember to stay alert.
The parking area across from the HS bus garage is currently closed due to construction. Please use the parking area directly across RTE 201 to park and use bike path for trail access.
Please stay on established trails if not we could lose the use of the trails all together. Please use Marked Bridges to cross WET, STREAM or Marsh areas on the trails. Failure to do so will result in sections of the trail being CLOSED permanently by landowners.

READ THE FULL TRAILMASTER REPORT HERE