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NEWS & CURRENT EVENTS

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EVENTS THIS YEAR

Clarks Branch Race April 11th

 


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*CLUB MEETING WED MARCH 11th

ABBYS PIZZA ON DIAMOND LK BLVD 6:30PM

 

 

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Update on Umpqua Nation Forest

Please read the following letter about the Umpqua National Forest. We need to act now to protect our access to the National Forest. There is proposal to create new wilderness areas that would close all access exept hiking into these areas. This includes motorized (atv, motorcycle, snowmobile etc) as well as bicycles. This letter was written by Wayne to be an exaple letter to our State Representatives. To take action use the list of people to send a letter explaining your concerns, you can also use this letter as a form letter to get information about this area. We need your help.

Umpqua National Forest

Umpqua National Forestr PDF

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  2014 Clarks Branch video check it out http://youtu.be/vYG_9MRlqB8

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Hi everyone,

Effective January 1, 2014, all operators of Class I (ATV) and III (Motorcycle) vehicles must have their OPRD ATV Safety Education Card.

 Back in 2009, mandatory training began as a requirement for Class I and Class III operators on public lands. It was phased-in for different age groups starting with youth under 16, and adult supervisors of those youth. For adults, all you need to complete is the online training to receive your OPRD Safety Education Card.

 The OPRD FREE course can be found at www.rideatvoregon.org and provides safety tips for riding in Oregon's dunes, desert and forests as well as training on trail etiquette, riding ethics and environmental concerns.

This course is Step 1 of 2 for youth under 16 who must also attend a hands-on course to get a new, endorsed, card.

Once obtained, the ATV Safety Education Card is good for life.

 Any questions, feel free to contact us.  

www.oregonohv.org 

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