Registration is open for NOHVCC’s 2019 Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada. If you haven’t already signed up, click here. Last week we wrote about the Prison Hill Recreation Area, site of this year’s Mobile Workshop – now we can show you some footage of full-size 4WD recreation in the area. The video, shot in 2018, is shared via courtesy of All-Terrain Family. Take a look – hopefully you are as

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

OHV recreation occurs all over the country on all sorts of terrains. Many lucky OHV recreationists will have the opportunity to experience riding on trails in heavily wooded areas, areas with serious exposure in mountainous areas or in open plains. Others yet will have the opportunity to ride on dunes or through the desert. Each type of area has its unique safety concerns – this article focuses on desert safety.

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!

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Most of us in the NOHVCC family are very familiar with not only our favorite type of OHV, but also the various other vehicles on the market and out on the trails. We have spent years or even decades riding motorcycles and ATVs and driving ROVs (also known as side-by-sides) and 4-Wheel Drive vehicles. It can be easy to forget a time when it was intimidating to see someone loading