Welcome to The Pathfinders
The Pathfinders Motorcycle Club of Connecticut has been promoting
responsible, fun, family-oriented riding in New England since
1971. We are an official NETRA
club and actively participate in the competitive
side of riding by sanctioning hare scrambles, turkey runs, and
enduros. Many of our members compete in these events as well.
An important part of responsible riding is giving back to the
community. You will find many of us riding, maintaining and patrolling
the trails at the Thomaston Dam. Through a cooperative agreement
with the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers, the Pathfinders have been promoting
safe and legal riding at the Thomaston Dam since 1979. Another
example of giving back is the annual Pathfinders Scholarship Fund which
provides financial assistance to two deserving college students.
Interested in joining? Then come on down to The Brookside Inn
located in Oxford, CT. Meetings are every 2nd and 4th Monday at
7:15PM. Check the Announcements section for the next meeting date.
our Membership Information document.
Supercross Bus Tickets March 4, 2014
If you are joining us on the chartered bus to the Supercross event at the MetLife Stadium, please pay for your tickets using PayPal below. The price is $24/seat + PayPal fees. You can also pay at a meeting or via regular mail. Send $24/seat to:
Pathfinders Motorcycle Club
147 Freeman Rd
Oxford CT, 06478
Pathfinders donate to the Rider Down Foundation November 13, 2013
RDF would like to say THANK YOU to the Pathfinders MC Club of Connecticut and their ISDT Reunion Ride for the generous donation and support!
says Bruce Vermeulen, president of The Rider Down Foundation (RDF). RDF is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping responsible off-road motorcyclists and ATV racers who have been injured while riding. Proceeds are used to provide assistance to the riders and their families when faced with medical expenses and related issues.
Ride on, Bob Sheron October 28, 2013
A founding member of the Pathfinders Motorcycle Club, Bob Sheron, passed away October 24th. The Pathfinders extend their condolences to Bob’s family and friends.
Bob’s obituary can be read on the Republican-American website.
Bob Sheron, a founding member of the Pathfinders
The Pathfindershave been around for more than 40 years; having been formed by Don Allen,
Doug Button, and others circa 1971 in southwest Connecticut. Always
focusing on trail riding and family activities, it was not unusual for
100+ members to travel throughout New England to camp and ride the NETRA
trail system during the Summer and Fall months.
The club began promoting NETRA sanctioned activities in the late '70s
starting with junior enduros then progressing to hare scrambles and
senior enduros through the '80s. The club now promotes NETRA sanctioned
hare scrambles (The Dam Good), turkey runs (the Mohawk and the Red Fox),
and enduros (Rocktoberfast).
In 2003, The Pathfinders were honored to bring the ISDT Reunion Ride
back to the Berkshires for the 30th Anniversary of the 48th ISDT. The
48th ISDT was the first ISDT event to be held in the United