NOHVCC began a series of free webinars in 2019 – thanks to all who participated! The webinars are designed to deliver quality and helpful information on OHV safety, education, management and other issues related to motorized recreation. We will continue with a new webinar series in 2020, starting in January. Thanks to those of you who reached out with webinar topic ideas, many of which will be covered. We have

As a result of the NOHVCC Board elections at the Annual Conference in Reno, the Clubs and Associations Issue Area Representative position is open. The position will be filled by appointment by the Board of Directors per NOHVCC’s bylaws. ONLY NOHVCC State Partners in good standing are eligible to serve. Further, to serve as an Issue Area Representative the Partner is expected to maintain knowledge and expertise on relevant issue

On Saturday, October 19 at its Awards Celebration to conclude its Annual Conference, NOHVCC inducted Jerry Abboud and Scott Jones, both from Colorado into its Hall of Fame. NOHVCC’s Hall of Fame induction is reserved for those OHV enthusiasts who have demonstrated a sustained commitment to helping NOHVCC achieve its mission of “creating a positive future for OHV recreation.” NOHVCC Executive Director, Duane Taylor said, “NOHVCC and the broader OHV

The 2019 NOHVCC Annual Conference is in the books. The 2020 Conference will be in Knoxville, Tennessee August 18-22. Now it is time to turn our attention to selecting a site for the 2021 Conference. Our Conferences bring together the best and brightest in the OHV community including enthusiasts, agency personnel, other land managers and industry representatives. Each Conference also has a local feel, as we visit a nearby riding

The National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC) recognized 7 individuals and organizations at its Celebration & Awards Dinner held October 19, 2019 during its Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada. The awards are presented in recognition of outstanding achievements that have advanced the NOHVCC mission: “Creating a Positive Future for OHV Recreation.” NOHVCC also inducted two new members into its Hall of Fame who will be recognized in a separate article

**Long-time friend of NOHVCC Max Reid prepared the following article. 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.   Well, shiver-me-timbers! A boring Fall day was delightfully interrupted by a phone call. Caller ID says it’s Dan Kleen. What the heck! I haven’t heard from Dan in a month

Once again, NOHVCC had a great slate of presenters at our Conference! While it is always best to come see them in person, if you had to skip the Conference here is your chance to see what you missed. Of course, if you were there, here are most of the presentations to augment your notes. There is a wealth of information below – take a look! NOTE: The following presentations

At NOHVCC’s Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada NOHVCC Executive Director Duane Taylor and Canadian Off-Highway Vehicle Distributors Council (COHV) Manager, Rider Federations, Oksana Buhel signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to formally continue a partnership for the next five years. The MOU states in part that the two organizations will “…work cooperatively to share and distribute existing information, materials, products, and programs the parties have developed to OHV enthusiasts, clubs,

Thanks to dedicated individuals and clubs, NOHVCC hosted its annual raffle and auction in Reno as part of its Annual Conference. NOHVCC asked for donations and the OHV community responded – BIG TIME! Between the items donated for the raffle and the auction items, NOHVCC was able to raise several thousand dollars to help offset the cost of the Conference. So, a big THANK YOU to all who contributed by

Over 100 OHV enthusiasts participated in NOHVCC’s annual Mobile Workshop in advance of the 2019 NOHVCC Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada. The day started early in Reno with participants finalizing registration and boarding a bus from the host hotel to the Prison Hill Recreation Area. Once there, the enthusiasts were separated into several groups to go for a ride which included stops for information about the local riding area, a