Exciting news! See the press release from the Motorcycle Industry Council Below. IRVINE, CA – September 26, 2019 – Motorcycling, ATV riding, and side-by-side driving are among the country’s five largest traditional or conventional outdoor recreation activities, when ranked by economic output, according to data released last week by the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis. This was the first time that the BEA provided preliminary data on economic contribution in

The NOHVCC Mobile Workshop is Thursday, October 17. You must register in advance to participate. The Workshop will be held at Prison Hill Recreation area just outside of Carson City, NV. NOHVCC is currently in phase two of a three-phase project at the area and participants in will have an opportunity to gain a unique insight into the on-the-ground work (such as trail layout) that NOHVCC espouses. The Workshop will

Each year NOHVCC State Partners elect NOHVCC’s Board of Directors at the Annual Conference (register here). As a result, all interested NOHVCC State Partners are eligible to run for open positions on the Board. Again, ONLY NOHVCC State Partners in good standing are eligible to run. If you are a NOHVCC State Partner and are interested in serving on NOHVCC’s Board of Directors, you can nominate yourself at the Annual

Late last week the Arizona Game and Fish Department issued the below press release announcing that OHV enthusiasts who live in other States must purchase a nonresident decal before operating an OHV in Arizona.  More information can be found here.  Nonresident OHV Decal on Sale Sunday, Sept. 1  PHOENIX — Out-of-state residents wishing to legally ride their off-highway vehicle and support OHV trail maintenance, education and law enforcement efforts in Arizona can purchase a nonresident

Registration is open for NOHVCC’s 2019 Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada. If you haven’t already signed up, click here. Those who elect to participate in the Mobile Workshop on October 17, 2019 are in for a treat. The Workshop will be held at Prison Hill Recreation area just outside of Carson City, NV. NOHVCC is currently in phase two of a three-phase project at the area and participants in will

Registration for the 2019 INOHVAA and NOHVCC Annual Conferences in Reno, Nevada is now open! Please click here for additional information and to sign up. If you have any questions, please email us at trailhead@nohvcc.org. NOTE: Partners attending on a Travel Grant and those who received scholarships should have already received an email with instructions on how to register. Thanks – and see you in Reno!

Back in December I wrote about a project in Cave Creek, AZ to create a family friendly riding area at a spot that historically had little management and lacked facilities. This lead to a proliferation of user- created trails, sanitation issues, and resource degradation near the staging area. Recently work began to start managing the area and create a family friendly destination. This effort began by partnering with the Tonto

Long-time friend of NOHVCC Max Reid recently sent us some information about a National Trails Day project we had to share. For those who don’t know Max, he retired from the Forest Service ten years ago, but his passion for OHV recreation and the Paiute Trail in Utah remain strong. One of his first days on the job with the Fishlake National Forest Max was told he would be the

Hopefully you are aware that NOHVCC began a series of free webinars in 2019. The webinars are designed to deliver quality and helpful information on OHV safety, education, management and other issues related to motorized recreation. The series kicked off in January 2019 with a presentation titled “What is NOHVCC?” Subsequent webinars focused on OHV Club and Association Development, Introduction to Mapping and GIS and Effective OHV Economic Impact Studies.

NOHVCC staff recently delivered a Great Trails Workshop in Colorado that featured a visit to the Hartman Rocks Recreation Area managed by the Bureau of Land Management.  Hartman Rocks is a multiple-use area that provides opportunities for dirt bikes, mountain bikes, equestrian users, hikers, rock crawlers, trials bikes, rock climbers as well as ATVs and ROVs.  The area also has plenty of campsites that include fire rings and picnic tables