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Great Northern Trail Ride by WOHVA

The Wisconsin Off-Highway Vehicle Association’s 2nd Annual Great Northern Trail Ride

The Wisconsin Off-Highway Vehicle Association (WOHVA) is happy to announce that the 2nd Annual Great Northern Trail Ride will held on the Mole Lake Indian Reservation on August 20th, 21st, 22nd & 23rd, 2009.  The Mole Lake Casino & Lodge serves as the host site for this outstanding event.  If you can only get out on the trail once this year, you’re gonna want to make this the event you attend!

In August of 2007, the Sokaogon Mole Lake Band of the Lake Superior Chippewa Tribal Council passed a Resolution which granted WOHVA exclusive access to Tribal lands for OHV recreational events!   The Mole Lake Reservation is located in Forest County, Wisconsin (deep in the heart of the North Country).  These trails are available only for private riding events and are not open to public recreation.  The result is an area that few have ever seen and even fewer have been able to access with OHV’s!    

To state that “You can be one of only a few OHV recreational users to explore the area” doesn’t start to do this opportunity justice!  You’ll not only see the site of the controversial Exxon Mine, but you’ll view several private lakes and areas not open to the public!  Not to mention, you’ll be able to explore the area while negotiating trails that were specifically designed to challenge both your driving skills and the capability of your vehicle.  
Trails are available for 4-Wheel Drives, ATV’s and OHM’s.  They range in difficulty from novice to extreme.  There is quite simply, “Something for everyone!” on over 7000 acres of land.   Mark your calendars now and join us for this truly awesome event!
Event registration is now open.  Participation is limited to the first 100 vehicles in each of the aforementioned vehicle types!  Be sure to register early!!!  Visit http://www.wohva.com for registration information.

Room reservations are available by contacting the Mole Lake Casino & Lodge (715) 478-3200.  For camping contact the Mole Lake Tribal Forestry Department at (715) 478-7560.

For additional information or if your group would like to know more about scheduling an event, contact WOHVA at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

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9th Annual OHV Management Workshop Scheduled

9th Annual OHV Management Workshop: “Trail Sustainability: Moving Forward with Travel Management”

Scheduled for June 18-21, 2009 in Cortez, CO, this Special Workshop is FREE For Enthusiasts with FREE Lodging for qualified club reps.
The workshop is sponsored by the Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coalition (COHVCO) with assistance from: NOHVCC, BRC, US Forest Service, BLM and Colorado State Parks
The purpose of this workshop is to assist the US Forest Service, BLM and other stakeholders in gaining knowledge and developing skills and partnerships that will result in long-term sustainability and improvement of trail systems. The workshop is an educational forum with a combined audience of off-highway vehicle recreation land management decision makers, recreation planners, resource specialists and leadership representatives from Volunteer Recreational Enthusiasts Organizations.

This collaborative effort helps to build camaraderie and a sense of understanding among agencies and different user groups. Land Management Agency personnel and can sit down one on one in a relaxed, educational forum and discuss local issues, and develop the needed contacts to interact closely on the status and implementation of designated OHV Routes with Travel Management Planning.
Included will be educational discussions of OHV Management Techniques, Volunteer Stewardship, issues and general principles:
·      To develop the strategies and skills necessary to implement decisions made under the US Forest Service Travel Management Rule and BLM Resource Management Plans;
·      To develop the partnerships and resources to maintain and improve the designated route system on public lands;
·      To facilitate efforts to improve volunteer effectiveness, organization, and management;
·      To develop a common understanding of trail maintenance techniques and explore a variety of techniques to achieve required trail monitoring;
·      To better understand the NEPA process and writing letters that work
·      To examine a range of OHV trail signing protocols and principles;
·      To improve working relationships and increase partnerships between the US Forest Service, state and local agencies, the OHV industry, OHV enthusiasts, and other stakeholders
·      A focused approach with an emphasis on sustainability of existing designated trail systems and building toward future growth of; “Life After The First MVUM”.
For a more information, please contact:
Corey Corbett at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Or visit: www.cohvco.org


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JK Summerfest 2009

What:  JK Summerfest 2009

Where: Irvine Lake: 4621 Santiago Canyon Road, Silverado, CA 92676

When:  June 27th, 2009 from 11am to 7pm

Who:  Any and all off-roaders welcome.  There will be food and beverages (including beer) available for purchase, vendors on site, show Jeeps and rock crawlers, live entertainment, raffles, and children's activities.
All proceeds from the raffle go to Cruisin For A Cure, a non-profit organization benefitting City of Hope research for prostate cancer.

Event is free to attend.  Parking is $8 at the entrance.

This is an event for all Jeep and off-road enthusiasts to enjoy.

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Tailgate Jamboree

Tailgate Jamboree

5/22/09 - 5/23/09

Cherokee Indian Fair Grounds

Contact: Cherokee Welcome Center - (800) 438-1601; or, Loretta Kirby - (828) 497-8128

“Extreme Off-Road Exhibition” Mud trucks, monster trucks, ATVs, hot rods, low riders - like you’ve never seen before! Come grab yourself a big day of fun!

Special Appearance by Grave Digger!

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Team 4Wheel Drive Hardware Crawls to Cure Cancer

Team 4Wheel Drive Hardware is raising money for cancer research by donating proceeds to the American Cancer Society.

Columbiana, OH (PRWEB) April 10, 2009 -- Rock crawling team #311 Team 4Wheel Drive Hardware is pleased to announce for the 2009 season we will be crawling to cure cancer.

The team has been competing in the professional rock crawling series called WeRock since 2005. We travel the mid-west and east coast attending rock crawling competitions and Jeep Shows, featuring the latest Jeep parts and accessories. Kelly Young has been the only female driver in the stock modified class and the Jeep was bright green, both of which factor into the attention we draw at these events.

In June of 2008, Kelly lost her mother to a brief battle with colon and liver cancer. Her mom was one of our biggest fans and a big fan to the world of rock crawling and motorsports. The team had been thinking of ways to hold an off road event or something in Kelly's mom's memory, when the idea was presented to us to paint the competition jeep pink and raise money for cancer research. And thus, Crawl to Cure Cancer was born.

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