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Important Info.
We feel that some articles and information are so important that they should always be accessible. We've listed them below and hope that everyone will read them.

Tellico ORV Area Under Attack

MOAB Under Attack!

US Forest Service Abusing programs and we're losing land use!

Editorial Article about the misuse of Recreation Site Facility Master Planning (RSFMP) program

National Forests Could See Large Closures - enough said!

California OHV Funding At Risk!

Informative Article About The US Government and the Recreation Site Facility Master Plan (RSFMP) program. - a must read!

Articles of Interest To The Off Road Community

December 12, 2007
KY Planning Huge ATV Riding Area
The state goal is to create an ATV trail system that will span over five adjoining counties — Clay, Owsley, Perry, Breathitt and Leslie. State and county oOfficials hope to have the area accessible to ATV riders by next fall (2008), with long-term plans including trails for horseback riding, hiking and biking. As part of this goal, two Eastern Kentucky families have agreed to open their properties of more than 10,000 acres of scenic terrain on the outskirts of Buckhorn Lake for ATV, horsebak riding and hiking by the public. State and local officials have been trying to capitalize on the notoriously rugged mountains of Eastern Kentucky for years, and this ATV trail system is something that they feel will help get the job done. Good job Kentucky. We can't wait for the trails to be opened.

44 Year Old Man Facing Charges of Endangerment On ATV
A 44
year old man is facing charges of endangerment after crashing a two-person ATV vehicle with his three young children riding on board with him, according to Scottsdale, AZ police. The father, whose name we won't mention, was attempting to turn the ATV on a steep incline at McDowell Sonoran Preserve when it rolled. He was flown by helicopter to a Phoenix area hospital and diagnosed with a broken hip.

Two of the children suffered minor injuries; the 9-year-old boy had a sore left foot Luckily only 2 of the kids were hurt. One had a sore foot and another received a scratch on her cheek. None of the 3 children riding the ATV were wearing a helmet, as is required by Arizona state law for children under 18. The vehicle is built to carry only two people at a time, and according to police the terrain was dangerous for the number of people oin the vehicle. The father could also could be cited for the number of passengers in the vehicle and the lack of helmets. We hope they throw the book at this guy! These are the kind of idiots that give all of us a bad name by breaking laws, and doing stupid things to endanger the lives of others.

New Jersey Finally Getting ATV Park
The state is finally moving along to fulfill its promise of an ATV park by buying a 224-acre former sand and gravel strip mine in South Jersey. This is part of an effort by the Department of Environmental Protection to provide a place for ATV enthusiasts to ride legally as the state promised a number of years ago to proivde. DEP Deputy Commissioner, John S. Watson, said his department has spent $1.2 million in Green Acres funds to purchase the old strip mining tract in the Pinelands in Monroe, Gloucester County. Plans also call for a second ATV park in Ocean County. The project is of course opposed by the wacko environmentalists, who would have us sit on our hands and do nothing for entertainment or pleasure. Its about time New Jersey politicos start filling this long-ago promise.

November 29, 2007
Researchers Telling Parents ATVs Are A Bad Idea for Kids
An article titled Researchers issue warning about kids and ATV's has been making waves in the papers across the USA. According to the article "Parents are being warned once again to think twice about buying their youngsters an all-terrain vehicle for Christmas or any other special occasion. But manufacturers of the popular off road vehicles respond that they can be safe when riders are prudent. Researchers at the Unversity of Arkansas said that, based on 500 case histories of young people treated after ATV accidents, youngsters under 16 should be barred from riding the vehicles. "ATV use by children is intrinsically dangerous because of the instability of the vehicles and the small size of children," they said in a statement issued Monday. About a fourth of all U.S. ATV deaths -- 120 in 2005 -- involved youngsters under 16. An estimated 40,000 youngsters were treated in emergency rooms that year for ATV-related injuries, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission."

Hot ATV News Items On Our New ATV Page
Read about the following ATV news -

  • Honda Introduces Their 2008 ATV Line
  • Researchers Telling Parents ATVs Are A Bad Idea for Kids
  • Artic Cat Has Been Struggling
  • Baja ATV Troubles

November 26, 2007
We've added a new section just for ATVs.
It will have quad related articles, links to helpful ATV sites, ATV product reviews and more. All for ATV Enthusiasts
Take a look at our newly added ATV articles covering such important topics as:

We'll keep adding to these ATV archives, which can be found on our ATV Info Page. A permanent link to this library of ATV articles will be added to our links directory to the left in the coming days.

November 7, 2007
We've Been Adding ATV Parks To Our ATV List

Build Your Own ATV and Go-Cart With These Plans

Southern Four Wheel Drive Association's Rescue Tellico Fund!
Please support the fight to keep Tellico open by donating whatever you can to the Southern Four Wheel Drive Association's "Rescue Tellico Fund". Every little bit helps.

Organizations Representing The OHV Community

  • Western Slope No-Fee Coalition Group: Group support our rights as citizens for the free use and access to our public lands
  • BlueRibbon Coalition: "We are recreationists of all types, working together to preserve our precious natural heritage."
  • TreadLightly: Tread Lightly! is a nonprofit organization offering educational materials, training courses, restoration opportunities, communication pieces and a variety of tools to help arm recreationists with a set of outdoor ethics.
  • National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council: The NOHVCC provides information, training and materials for OHV individuals, clubs, associations and agencies in order to further a positive future for responsible OHV recreation.

Join the group of your choice, get active and involved so that our kids will have a place to wheel. Now onto the discussion topics.

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