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BLM Offers Tips for This Memorial Day Weekend

A wide range of recreational opportunities abounds for individuals of all ages and interests in Idaho. As Memorial Day approaches, BLM offers the following tips for safe enjoyment of the outdoors: Camping: Most BLM campgrounds throughout Idaho are open and ready for the weekend. Please keep these t...

About the Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative

The Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative is dedicated to those who work and play outdoors including, but not limited to, those who rely on off-highway vehicles (OHVs) to ride, camp, hunt, fish or farm. Supporting the outdoor enthusiast, the Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative’s mission is to provide pract...

Bug out bag essentials - Compass

Off roaders have graduated from compass and maps to GPS. Technology provides easy, convenient storage of many maps in a small space. Coupled with other features, GPS is a must have accessory in any equipped 4x4. But, there is no substitute for a backup and that backup should be a good quality compas...

102 Off Road Tips

Tip # 1:  Tell a friend. Prior to venturing off road, be sure to let someone know where you are going and when you expect to return. This way, if you have an issue in the backcountry, people will know where to start looking for you. Also, be sure not to deviate too far from your route. And 101 mo...

Forest Service closes Bill Williams Mountain Road for winter

WILLIAMS, Ariz. – The Kaibab National Forest is closing the Bill Williams Mountain Road, also known as Forest Road 111, for the winter season beginning at 8 a.m. Dec. 24. The steep and winding road, which goes to the top of Bill Williams Mountain just south of the City of Williams, is closed seas...

Temporary off-highway vehicle trail closures begin in November

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources will restrict recreational use of off-highway vehicles (OHVs) in some areas during the upcoming firearms deer hunting season. Vehicles affected by the restrictions include all-terrain vehicles (ATVs), off-highway motorcycles (OHMs) and registered off-roa...

Landuse Happy New Year Message

[img]pictures/articles/a4f_wheel_text.jpg[/img]I cut my landuse teeth on forums like this – listening to what you have to say – going on 12 years.  But now I have the ability to take what I’ve learned from you and apply it to reshaping our landuse battles nationwide.  Landuse is not a one-man or one...

Hunters are OHV users too...

With hunting season in full swing in many western states, Quiet Warrior Racing believes is it important for that user group to understand that OHV rules and regulations apply to the sporting use of motorized vehicles on public lands. Read more on the Quiet Warrior Racing blog:...

9th Annual Cantina for the Con Scheduled

Event Finds Support from Raceline Wheels, Falken Tires and Many Other Leaders in the Industry Saturday August 31st – Sunday September 1st – Labor Day Weekend – Loon Lake Spillway PLACERVILLE, CA   AUGUST 21, 2013:  The 9th Annual Cantina for the Con, who’s proceeds go entirely towards supporting t...

OHV Benefit in Colorado Report Released

Colorado offers unique opportunities for motorized recreation1 because of its vast terrain appropriate for off-highway motorized use. As such, the sport and industry of motorized recreation has increased in popularity in Colorado for both residents and non-residents. The Louis Berger Group, Inc. (...
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