Race With OCCRA

OCCRA offers race classes for all ages, genders and skill levels along with camping and fun for the whole family.

Race Schedule

Check out the 2016 series schedule.

2016 Rd 01: Crosstimbers

03/05 - 03/06 Oklahoma City, OK

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2016 Rd 02: Williams Ranch

03/19 - 03/20 Skiatook, OK

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2016 Rd 03: Terbush Ranch

04/02 - 04/03 Woodward, OK

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2016 Rd 04: Henryetta Offroad

04/16 - 04/17 Henryetta, OK

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2016 Rd 05: Make Promises Happen

04/30 - 05/01 Guthrie, OK

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2016 Rd 06: Arbuckle Offroad

05/14 - 05-15 Ravia, OK

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2016 Rd 07: Kirkland Ranch

06/04 - 06/05 Shamrock, OK

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2016 Rd 09: Gruber ORV

09/03 - 09/04 Braggs, OK

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2016 Rd 10: Cross Bar Ranch

09/17 - 09/18 Davis, OK

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2016 Rd 11: Fry Lake

10/1 - 10/2 Seminole, OK

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About OCCRA

OCCRA is more than just a race series.

OCCRA began in 1983 when a small group of off-road riders grew weary of the long drives out-of-state to attend Hare Scrambles and other off-road events. They felt that Oklahoma deserved to have an organization all its own, similar to what other states had at the time. Teaming their efforts, they organized the first series of OCCRA races late in 1983 as a test run.

Fueled by the positive response they received, coupled with their own determination, a racing schedule was set for the following year, and on March 9th, 1984, OCCRA was officially registered with the State of Oklahoma as a Not-for-Profit Corporation. The four founding Officers / Directors consisted of Denny Beitler, Robert Clark, Michael Huebsch, and Pat McFarlin.

Today, OCCRA operates on a new corporate charter that secures its federal classification as a 501 c(7) non-profit organization. Club events often boast attendance of more than three hundred riders of all ages. With events held for all types of cyclecraft, ages, and skill levels, OCCRA provides a comprehensive program of off-road enjoyment.

Continuing to live up to its motto, OCCRA truly is a place for Friends, Family, Riding, and Racing.

Cross Country / Hare Scramble style races are run over a variety of natural terrain tracks. These tracks range from tight woods to open desert like conditions. The various tracks will test your riding skills dealing with: rocks, trees, hills, sand, open stretches, creek crossings, double jumps, mud, dust, roots, off-cambers, and other natural and man made hazards. This compliments the diverse rider, and track variety keeps the circuit unique.

The Long Course Tracks range from 5-15 miles in length and are set up for both motorcycle and ATVs. ATV’s race on Saturday while the dirt bikes race on Sunday in two different, rotating, heats. (A, B). Each class races for 1 hour and 30 minutes and the classes are started at 30 second to one minute intervals.

A separate short course is set up accommodate our mini and lady racers. The mini races battle it out for 30 minutes and include several classes for both ATVs and motorcycles with participants as young as 4 years old.

OCCRA also offers a race on Saturday afternoon for racers on vintage machines.  The Vintage race has three classes - Vintage, Post Vintage and Decades (10 years old or older).  This race is 30 minues and is held on the short course track.

The four tenets of OCCRA are:

  • Friends,
  • Family,
  • Riding, and
  • Racing

We believe that a large part of what makes a great series is the ability of the members to get together and compete in a friendly and welcoming environment.

While OCCRA is a race series, we consider ourselves more of a race family.  Here's what sets us apart:

Practice - OCCRA believes in practice as a safety measure and as a way to help identify track issues and trouble spots.  Practice is included in the gate fee and you don't even have to enter a race to participate in the practice sessions.  See the event schedule for practice times.

Camping - OCCRA encourages racers to arrive early and spend the weekend at the track.  Camping is included in the gate fee and and OCCRA races always turn into temporary communities with campfires and plenty of bench racing!

Extra-Curricular Activities - We try to keep things interesting by throwing in an occasional special event like a cookout, team race, training wheels race or night race.  We keep these special events casual and fun encourange everyone to participate as a family!

Community Support - OCCRA members set aside one round of the series as a charity race.  All proceeds from this race go to the charity - Make Promises Happen.  The money contribued from this event makes a huge impact on the operation of the MPH program.

Volunteer Run - As a not-for-profit, OCCRA events are organized entirely by volunteers.  We do this simply so we can all have fun!

Series Sponsors

These generous sponsors help make the OCCRA season possible.