Mid Island Dirt Riders holding event in Campbell River

The Mid Island Dirt Riders (MIDR) are holding a Trick or Treat Hare Scramble Oct. 30 at the Campbell River Motocross Association track.







The Mid Island Dirt Riders (MIDR) are holding a Trick or Treat Hare Scramble  Oct. 30 at the Campbell River Motocross Association track.

MIDR is a non-profit society dedicated to promoting safe and responsible off-road motorcycle riding and racing in the Comox Valley, the group notes on its website. In addition, the club aims to form a collective voice to ensure off-road access to recreational lands.


The club will promote methods to minimize the impact of off-road riding on the environment, wildlife and private property. Effective communication, education and awareness will be the key factors in achieving these goals, the club website (midr.ca) notes.



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