WHAT IS CTOR? Central TX Off Road ...
CTOR is a private club for the true dirt bike enthusiast and trail rider. We are a small time operation providing big time fun and excitement. We are strictly into trail riding. No moto cross track, paint ball, go kart track or side by side jeep trailing here! We cater primarily to dirt bikes. We do allow single seat utility ATVs , no sport quads or side by sides.
CTOR is located in central Texas and offers a wide range of terrain. Most trails are directional and go from easy to moderate to the extreme. We have something for every skill level. There is no sand or whoops here at CTOR. We have a small cadre of actual trail riders who maintain the trail system and continuously looks for ways to make your trail ride an awesome adventure!
Just call before you haul to make sure someone will be available to meet you on site.
Check the local WEATHER before you load up and head out. We do close if it is too wet!
Due to heavy rain and ice CTOR will be closed February 3-5 for post storm recovery.
2023 Membership Information.
2023 membership sign up is open. Memberships are limited. Please click on the MEMBERSHIP link at the top of the page to download the membership form. If requesting a Pair or Family membership, you must include your spouse's information on the form. Additionally, All first time members must have their membership form notarized. Click on the CONTACTS link above if you need information.
Trail Update 01/01/23
Hope everyone has a safe and Happy new year. Alot of work was done around the area over the last month. We finally got the perfect weather conditions to repair the road going up the mountain. We also removed a bunch of downed trees and trimmed up Loops 2,3 and 4. Hopefully we will get some more rain in the future to enable us to do some dirt work on the trails. We will also due some upgrades to the obstackle pit too!
Riders MUST STAY OFF of all grassy areas! Example, the area immediately behind the RV sites. Additionally, the open areas around Loops 3 and 4. Riders are short tracking through the grass causing loss of grazing area and erosion. If it has a few feet of grass, STAY OFF!
Respect the trails. If you are trying one of our more challenging hill climbs or off camber trails and can't make it, don't jut keep hammering the throttle and create deep ruts. Just turn the bike around and try again. It's hard enough keeping everything maintained without having to go repair deep ruts caused by this abuse. Finally, stay off of restricted areas and do not ride along any fence line. Civilization is closing in on all sides of the property and we need to keep the peace. And for those few riders who are smart enough to post videos doing these kind of abuse's they will be banned from the property. (yes, there are riders who do this.)