Our next business meeting is scheduled for January 26 at 6:00 PM

at Quality Inn and Suites, 271 Lake Havasu Ave. S.

Please bring food donations for the food bank.  Wear your name tag!

Hope to see you all there.  Open to the public!


The 2nd Annual Rick Seales Veteran’s Ride  January 27th

The staging area for this year’s parade will be about half a mile east of Thirsty Lizard Rd on Havasu Heights Rd.  We will be in the large dirt area north of the road. Look for the signs. We will meet at about 10:30, with plans to leave at 11:00. Rick Matthews will be leading a group from the Toyota dirt lot at about 9:30. The first cars in the parade should arrive at about 11:20. Members from Ride Havasu will help with parking at the Bunker Bar. Desert Hills Fire will lead the parade again. Once we are at the bar, we will let the good times roll with good food, drinks, music, raffles and more. We look for this year’s event to last about 4 hours. Everyone is welcome and any vehicle can be in the parade. The first cars will be SXS and then all others will follow. Volunteers wanting to help with the event are asked to sign up with Lynn Jackson’s Special Events Team. The Bunker Bar is going all out and this is going to be a great time honoring some special people. Look for more info in the near future. Please feel free to email me any questions or concerns at Please join us. Ride on!


About Our Club

Havasu Side X Side Trail Association is a club that was organized in 2015 for the main purpose of bringing UTV riders together.  Today we have almost 500 family memberships.  Along with organizing club rides, we have become a very active social club that also gives back to our community.

We have three very robust Facebook pages that are exclusive to our members where there is a wealth of information exchanged.  It is also where you will find all the club events posted or find friends for individual rides.  Not on Facebook?  Since it is such an integral part of our club, we will be happy to help you get it set up and make sure you are comfortable with it.  Having a problem with your vehicle?  Ask about it on our Facebook page.  Need a track for a ride to Maggie’s Wash?  Ask about it on our Facebook page.  Wanna ride tomorrow?  Post it on our Facebook page and I bet you won’t have to ride alone.  In fact, riding alone is something we strongly discourage.  Not only is it more fun to ride with others, it’s much safer.  Or, you can sign up for  upcoming club rides on our Facebook page.

We also have a lot of social events throughout the season.  Of course, this year has been different because of COVID-19.  But normally we have both monthly and annual events, such as our monthly Dinner on the Boulevard, and our annual Christmas Light Ride, our After Christmas Party, and our annual Spring Fling.  As things begin to normalize we will be planning lots of exciting events.

Which brings us to another topic.  Our Special Events Committee is responsible for planning and organizing all of these activities.  The entire club is run by committees and all of our committees are run by volunteers.  Do you enjoy volunteering?  We can always use your help.  Volunteering is not a requirement, but if you are interested,  please check out our Committees page for a description of each of the following committees.

  • Ride Committee
  • Trail Maintenance & Development Committee
  • Special Events Committee
  • Apparel Committee
  • Social Media Committee
  • Sunshine Committee

For new members we also offer a monthly orientation ride.  It’s a great way to get acquainted and it’s full of information.

Interested in joining?  Click on Join Now to get started.

Mission Statement

The purpose of this organization is to represent the interest of the Side x Side (UTV) community. Our goal is to work with Local, County, State and Federal agencies to keep desert roads and trails open for public use. We seek to promote and educate members in regard to responsible OHV riding along with safety, riding etiquette, and awareness and respect for the environment. We also hope to assist in the development and maintenance of both public and private lands for responsible off-highway vehicle recreation, including organizing volunteer groups for the removal of litter and promoting access to public lands.