promoting responsible recreation in New Jersey
You're invited to challenge yourself. An enduro is a timed event, using checkpoints, through our state forest, so prepare for a full day of riding.
Registered and insured motorcycles with licensed riders are required for this event. Expect to ride in excess of sixty miles of combined trail, dirt roads, and paved roads. NJ traffic laws are in effect for the road portions of the course.
Our top quality hare scramble is now featured in the AMA East Series!
This race consists of scored laps on a course of 50% woods and 50% open paths on private land. There's race classes for every age group and NJ vehicle registration is not required.
This is a family friendly event featuring spectator areas for a great view of the action. You can meet motorcycle experts in the vendor area which also features a food court.
MCI is accepting new members to join our family.
Are you looking ride motorcycles in the forests of NJ in a responsible manor? That's what MCI is all about.
Are you returning to riding after a long hiatus? The forests are still here.
Have you introduced your child to dirt bikes? You'll meet other parents raising the next generation of enthusiasts.
Want to meet others who enjoy the outdoors? We'd like to meet you too!
The forests of NJ are celebrated by those who live here. Enduros and trail riding are engrained in the culture.
The town of Warren Grove and the surrounding communities hold the distinction of being home to the Stump Jumper Enduro and MCI is honored to be entrusted with this legacy.
MCI volunteers are the majority workforce during periodic state forest clean-ups.
MCI has voluntarily shared it's event proceeds and collected non perishable food donations for our local communitees.
Motorcycle Competition Inc (MCI) holds monthly meetings at the Wildflowers Too restaurant (255 Route 156, Yardville, NJ 08620). Club members regularly meet Sunday mornings ready to ride by 9am at various locations.
MCI calls Bass River State Forest its home for the enduro event in the Fall, and has access to private property in Eagleswood for its hare scramble event in the Spring.
MCI is a member of the East Coast Enduro Association (ECEA) and is an AMA (American Motorcyclist Association) chartered club.
The ECEA is a regional organization comprised of nineteen clubs throughout NJ, PA, NY, DE, and MD. Combined, these clubs host quality events including Enduros, Hare Scrambles, Dual Sports, and Sprint Enduros.
The AMA provides national strength to organize, promote, and insure the ECEA series of events. Member benefits include road side assistance and government representation.