The Straight Arrow Enduro Riders (SAER) Motorcycle Club is a non-profit organization chartered by the American Motorcycle Association and ARMCA, the AMA’s District 23. We promote and support off road motorcycle Racing and recreational Trail Riding.

Our 1.5 mile long private motocross track is located near Grantsburg WI, on HWY 70 between the Wisconsin border and the City of Grantsburg. SAER normally holds 2 to 4 MXs per year. The Grantsburg facility also features 5 miles of singletrack trail for use by club members.

SAER runs the Duquette / Moose Run Enduro, which starts in the town of Duquette MN, about 30 miles south of Duluth on MN Hiway 23. This Enduro is a long course through the woods featuring trails that vary from fast two-tracks to tight single track, with an overall distance of 55 – 65 miles.  2014 marked the 45th time this event has been held.  SAER is proud to be the club that continues the longest standing offroad event in this part of MN and WI.

In 2009 we held our first hare scrambles since 1992 at the Summit Lake Game Farm, the first Stone Lake Hare Scrambles. It included a first class MX track, fast two-track and fun singletrack. The first event was well received and that race ran until 2014.  For 2015 we moved our Hare Scrambles to the Arkansaw Cycle Park just south of Arkansaw, WI.

The Straight Arrows also build, maintain and sign approximately 45 miles of public trails in the Nemadji State Forest, approximately 30 miles of which are singletrack trails for motorcycles only. An additional 5 miles of public OHM trail was added in Douglas County, WI in 2010. This is SAER’s ongoing effort to sponsor a public riding area within a reasonable driving distance from the Twin Cities. This is a joint effort between the MN DNR, the Douglas County Forestry office, the Washington/Ramsey County Wheelers (WRCW) ATV Club and SAER. WRCW and SAER receive Grant-in-Aid funding from the DNR for their efforts.

One of the benefits of joining the Straight Arrows Enduro Riders is that you can practice at our Grantsburg facility on the track and trails at any time. The Grantsburg facility is not available for practice for non-members other than on officially scheduled practice days advertised to the public.

SAER normally meets the last Wednesday of each month (with occasional exceptions) @ 7:00pm. Send an email to the Club Officers to find out the date, time and place of our next Club Meeting. Click on the link below to contact them.

How to join.

Members must be at least 18, and have an interest in offroad motorcycle racing or riding. In order to become a member you must attend THREE meetings and be approved by vote. If you are accepted you become a probationary member. You must also pay your club dues. You can also become an SAER member by earning ARMCA/D23 Worker Points for one of our Events. For the a full explanation of the clubs rules and guidelines please refer to our Club Rules and Constitution and By-Laws

We expect our members to attend our monthly meetings and work on our events.

For more information come to a monthly meeting. Send an email to our Club Officers to get the meeting date, time and location.

 

Member Expense Reimbursement Form

Member Expense Reimbursement Guide