Hi Everyone! Hope you are doing well! We are gearing up for the Season Opener of Rainier Flat Track on May 18th, and are having a Work Party to kick start the Season! Sunday, April 21th 9am-Dark Rain or Shine! If you have paint rollers, pressure washers, saws, yard tools, etc. please bring them out.
Via the Washington Off-Highway Vehicle Association – This is geared more toward dualsporting, but it’s important to take action whenever off-road recreation is at stake because we all can enjoy the various recreation areas – until they are no longer open to us. Here is a summary: As originally written, the Discover Pass legislation enacted
In February 2012, USDA Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell selected the Sierra National Forest (SNF) as one of the first national forests to revise its Forest Plan using the new Forest Service planning rule. Since that time SNF has started work on a Forest Assessment designed to gather existing relevant information on current forest conditions
Are you ready for the best poker run in the desert? Only three weeks away on January 12th, 2013 for the 18th Annual CORVA Truckhaven Challenge. This will be located in the Ocotillo Wells SVRA off of S-22 and Holly Road.
This letter from the Blue Ribbon Coalition outlines the current state of off-roading in the El Dorado National Forest, including possible re-opening of several routes closed in July.
Extreme Environmental Groups Collaborate with East Bay Region Park District to Impose Closure-Agenda on Proposed New OHV Use Dear OHV Fans of Carnegie SVRA, As many of you know, extreme environmental groups have been collaborating with the East Bay Region Park District to impose their closure-agenda on proposed new OHV use on the 2,000 acre
The Sierra National Forest (SNF) is initiating scoping for the Motorized Travel Management Part Two Project. The Purpose and Need, Proposed Action, vicinity map and treatment map are available at http://www.fs.fed.us/nepa/fs-usda-pop.php/?project=39788. Hard copies of these documents are available upon request. The Motorized Travel Management Part Two Project area is located, forest-wide, in Fresno, Madera and
After the area has been closed due to “health concerns” and concerns over the soil, this central California area might be reopened to responsible use, including motorized! Positive news for riders in the area.
This week Nor-Cal got terrible news left and right. First, the Sierra Cross Country Series’ promoters had to step down due to some financial hardships. This left the series in turmoil with an uncertain future. Next, CMC decided that it was no longer going to offer quads at its MX events. The final blow came
The Blue Ribbon Coalition is fighting for access rights all over the country, but following positive news that Carnegie OHV in California will stay open, we see that California OHV funds – funds users voluntarily pay for trail maintenance, staging area development, managing staff and other benefits to OHV users – will be removed from
In an article on UTV Guide (here is the original article.) the announcement was made on June 22nd that the anti-OHV groups pursuing to shut down the state-run park Carnegie were unsuccessful in their latest attempts. The park is currently open to OHV use. Without the activity and input of those OHV users, as well