by Dan Thompson, Ravalli County Off Road User Association

Given the lack of opportunities for motorized recreation in the Bitterroot National Forest, it should come as no surprise to anyone that jeepers, motorcyclists, and ATV enthusiasts routinely flee Ravalli County for other parts of the country that offer more attractive routes and enjoyable experiences. And they take their money with them.


Trail Restoration Projects - Volunteers Work Together to Help Enhance Lincoln’s Trail Systems

There is a long history of collaboration in the Blackfoot, Swan and Seeley Lake valleys. It’s common for people—all representing various interests and values—to work across fences to protect the integrity of Montana’s rural communities, maintain sustainable livelihoods and conserve the natural resources along the Blackfoot watershed.

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OHV Access Initiative Receives 2013 National Trails Award from American Trails

CYPRESS, CA – May 1, 2013 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A., has received the 2013 National Trails Corporate Award from American Trails in recognition of its significant, sustained service to trails planning, implementation and recreation across the country. American Trails is the only national, nonprofit organization working on behalf of trail interests and supporting cooperation and communication between all types of trail users today.

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