OHV recreation equals family recreation.  There are more options than ever to get outdoors and ride with family members both young and not so young.  But these options make it imperative that parents make sure that their children are of an appropriate age and maturity level to operate a motorized vehicle.  Thankfully the ATV Safety Institute (ASI) has some tools to help parents make informed decisions. First, safe ATV operation

The below article was written by Joseph (age 10) and Morgan Feist (age 12) after attending the Share The Trails Program with their Mother and NOHVCC staff person Laura Feist.  Reaching young audiences is critical – both to share safe and responsible practices, and to ensure the future of our sport.  NOHVCC is excited to have such energetic and capable youth ambassadors in our extended family.  We hope you will

By Dave Halsey, NOHVCC Contributing Writer “A destination members can be proud to see and enjoy.” That’s how an ATV club in Pennsylvania describes a project it completed last year. But it’s not a clubhouse, or a picnic area at a scenic overlook. It’s a bridge.  A bridge built with ingenuity in its design, resourcefulness in its funding, and a great sense of pride by club members. Al Sain, president