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

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 will award scholarships for a limited number of qualified individuals to attend the NOHVCC Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada October 17-19.  We recognize that attending the Conference is an expensive proposition, so we want to make sure we have the best and brightest from the OHV community participate.  These scholarships will cover the cost of travel, lodging, registration and most meals of awardees.   Invited to apply are active State

NOHVCC staff traveled to Gunnison, CO last month to host its most recent Great Trails Workshop.  The workshop series focuses on the design, layout, construction, maintenance and management of sustainable OHV trails and emphasizes hands-on field training.  Typically, participants include trail managers; trail construction and maintenance supervisors and crews; engineering staff involved in trail planning, design, maintenance and construction; trail contractors; OHV club trail volunteers; and other interested stakeholders. If

Do you know of an OHV enthusiast, land manager, club, association or other organization that has gone above and beyond in support of fulfilling NOHVCC’s mission of “Creating a Positive Future for OHV Recreation?”  If so, please send an email to trailhead@nohvcc.org. Likewise, if you know of any success stories such as newly opened riding areas, successful mitigation of trail issues, positive outcomes from OHV management, etc., please let us

Groups have a louder voice than an individual.  It is easier to get work accomplished when there is a good team of people pulling in the right direction.  We are all social animals and sometimes we need to participate in activities with others and sharing our passions can elevate our experiences.  This is all true for nearly anything in which we engage.  OHV recreation is no exception. A troubling trend

Representatives from the Motorcycle Industry Council, American Motorcyclist Association, Polaris and KTM recently testified at a hearing before the U.S. International Trade Commission (USITC) in opposition to proposed tariffs of up to 100% on all parts, accessories and 500-700cc motorcycles imported from European Union (EU) countries.  The tariffs are a proposed response to a manufacturing dispute in the completely unrelated aircraft industry.  Now it is your turn to weigh in!

NOHVCC continues its 2019 webinar series with an installment on effective OHV Economic Impact studies.  The webinar will be May 22 at 8:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time.  Like prior webinars, participation is free. During this webinar, Mark Imerman from Regional Strategic, Ltd. will make a presentation on economic impact modeling for the off-highway vehicle recreation industry. The presentation will provide an overview of how economic impact modeling works, the information