WOHVA – Save your riding areas.

If you’ve been riding your quad or dirtbike or taking your jeep or other 4×4 out to ride in Washington and are NOT a member of WOHVA- UR DOIN IT WRONG!

The Washington Off-Highway Vehicle Alliance (WOHVA) is the group we should be supporting most to keep trails alive and well, MX parks open, and off-road areas available. A group of 100 riders doesn’t have much pull, but a group of 20,000 does. We should all band together beneath the WOHVA umbrella and here is why. 

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Megan

Megan grew up riding quads and got involved with the racing community in 2004, creating PitTraffic.com in 2005. A lifelong love of motorcycles keeps her involved, while her two small kids keep her very busy.

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T-10 for Team MXN/ProCaliber

Please put your hands together for the Team MXN/Pro Caliber SCORE competitors! Led by Brandon Brown (quad75.com), this team of dedicated racers and pit crew have tackled SCORE’s desert racing south of the border all year long and are now prepping for the big enchilada: SCORE’s Baja 1000.

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Megan

Megan grew up riding quads and got involved with the racing community in 2004, creating PitTraffic.com in 2005. A lifelong love of motorcycles keeps her involved, while her two small kids keep her very busy.

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A Short Summary

There’s nothing quite the same as standing near a line of Pro riders as they wait for the gate to drop. Everyone is mostly silent – you can’t hear much over the revving of engines. A few riders exchange last words with family, pit crew, or each other. Bikes are firing, people are clearing out from behind the quads and riders are adjusting themselves and their gear as the 30 second girl makes her way out across the dirt. As the board goes up, the riders’ heads go down. They are focusing in on her. When she turns the board sideways you can see all their helmets drop to look at the gate, and you can feel the tension as everyone expectantly waits to see thirty quads head for a turn wide enough for four. It seems like an eternity to wait – the motors are screaming to be unleashed – the whole crowd seems to be holding their breath and every rider remains still, perfectly poised and ready to take the holeshot, focused and determined. Only one rider can get the holeshot, and each of those 30 guys wants it. Badly.

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Megan

Megan grew up riding quads and got involved with the racing community in 2004, creating PitTraffic.com in 2005. A lifelong love of motorcycles keeps her involved, while her two small kids keep her very busy.

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