Though not officially affiliated with NOHVCC’s Annual Conference, a documentary about famed motorcycle racer Destry Abbott will premiere on Wednesday, October 16 at the Whitney Peak Hotel (NOHVCC Annual Conference site).   Click here for more information.  The documentary, “Strong,” is described as “decorated motorcycle racer Destry Abbott battles leukemia and finds life fulfillment on and off the track.”  View the trailer for “Strong” below:     

The NOHVCC and INOHVAA Conferences in Reno, NV are rapidly approaching! If you plan to attend, the Conference hotel is the Whitney Peak, located less than four miles from the Reno-Tahoe International Airport.   Hotel address and contact info: 255 N Virginia Street, Reno, NV 89501, 1-888-776-9551 Whitney Peak Hotel offers a shuttle service for all group attendees traveling to and from the airport. The Whitney Peak Hotel requires 24-Hour notice

Once again, NOHVCC will host a speed raffle at our Saturday night Banquet and Awards Ceremony at our Annual Conference. Last year’s raffle was a huge success and your generosity helped to offset the costs of the Conference. If you have items that you can donate – club hats, jerseys, mugs, t-shirts, gear or other new, or race-worn items by recognized racers, please bring them along and any proceeds raised

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

Penny and Rascal are names that will be familiar to long-time members of the NOHVCC family – and soon they will be back! They are, of course, the stars of NOHVCC’s Adventure Trail. They have been featured on the NOHVCC website, in coloring and activity books, and on full-size posters. Soon they will appear in an interactive Adventure Trail website. Those who attend the NOHVCC Conference in Reno are in

NOHVCC’s webinar series continues on October 1 with “Learn To Host Rides For Veterans.” This informational webinar will be hosted by Dan Kleen, Chairman of the Board of Directors, NOHVCC and External Relations Director, Iowa OHV Association. Dan has experience as he has hosted several of these events already. To read about one of his experiences click here. Dan’s call to action summed it up best – “Thirty percent of

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