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The bike will go into gear after monkeying with the shift lever but then it's slow to engage. Feels like the clutch is weak. I've pulled the belt cover off and belt looks fine. Should i pull the sheave and regrease roller weights? change Trans fluid? Anyone had this issue?
BLUERIBBON COALITION, INC.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Del Albright, BlueRibbon Ambassador
Phone: (209) 304-7693
Email: [email protected]
Date: April 27, 2009
Rubicon Trail Update: Water Quality Board Meets - Rubicon Stays Open
SACRAMENTO, CA (April 27) - The Rubicon Trail is open and OHV recreation is sustained on this icon of four-wheeling, according to the Rubicon Trail Foundation (RTF) and Friends of the Rubicon (FOTR). The Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board (CVRWQCB) voted unanimously to issue a Cleanup and Abatement Order (CAO) to El Dorado County and the Eldorado National Forest for the world-famous Rubicon Trail that sustains motorized recreation while enhancing stewardship of the trail.
Not only did the Board enact an order that recreationists can live with, but they also went so far as to praise the efforts of the volunteers for addressing trail issues in such a prompt manner all these years.
The Rubicon Trail traverses the mighty Sierra Nevada Mountains of California from roughly Georgetown, CA to Lake Tahoe, CA. Water runoff and erosion are always concerns on trails in the west, but thanks to the efforts of all the clubs and members of Friends of the Rubicon in partnership with Eldorado County, landowners and the USFS, the Rubicon Trail is well maintained.
"FOTR has invested thousands of hours of organized trail work and maintenance since our beginning in 2001," said Del Albright, co-Founder and Trail Boss, Friends of the Rubicon. "We are well-prepared to address any concerns or issues on this famous trail, and we are working towards a future of stewardship we can all be proud of," Albright added.
Greg Mumm, Executive Director of the BlueRibbon Coalition, pointed out that "BlueRibbon has sponsored Del's leadership of efforts on the Rubicon Trail since the beginning, and we are confident that FOTR can handle this like they have everything else thrown at this famous trail."
The Rubicon Trail Foundation is the 501©3 non-profit organization dedicated to supporting efforts on the Rubicon Trail. They led the effort to ensure the Water Board understood all trail issues. RTF has position statements covering many aspects of trail use on the Rubicon, including topics like water quality, sanitation, camping, and year-round use.
The Rubicon Trail Foundation does not support the blanket restriction of Rubicon Trail use by season, or by vehicle numbers, type or size. Further, the Rubicon Trail Foundation encourages the establishment of reasonable and practical operating procedures for training of volunteer groups and others to install and maintain trail drainage structures, stream crossings and new trail segments.
Other issues being addressed by the dedicated volunteers of FOTR and RTF include mitigating oil spills and managing human waste. The Rubicon Trail Foundation supports requiring every Rubicon Trail user to carry portable human waste disposal devices and requiring every motorized user to carry oil spill kits.
The Rubicon Trail Foundation works hand in hand with the Friends of the Rubicon and together, with the agency partners, these groups are ensuring an access-friendly future for the Rubicon Trail.
"We look forward to implementing this order from the Water Quality Board in conjunction with our great partners in the county and USFS, because we all will benefit, and our trail will stay open, alive and well," Albright concludes.
More information on RTF position statements, mission, and the CAO is available at Welcome to Rubicon Trail Foundation - or by emailing Board Director Scott Johnston at [email protected]
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The BlueRibbon Coalition is a national recreation group that champions responsible recreation, and encourages individual environmental stewardship. It represents over 10,000 individual members and 1,200 organization and business members, for a combined total of over 600,000 recreationists nationwide. 1-800-258-3742. BlueRibbon Coalition: Preserving your recreational access to public lands.
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Here is the story. I bought the atv used it one week at the hunting camp no issues. I go back the next week and its working great, I cut it off for a break and go to crank it and it has no spark. I tore the bike completely down(all plastics off). All wiring looked good. I started cheap new plug coil. still no spark. Oh by the way no codes came up either. Next was a ecm because everything was testing out good (stator etc). I put the ecm on and boom it busted right off and was running great. New issue I noticed the wires from the stator going to the rectifier were scorching hot I mean burn you hot. I shut it down and started to research. I checked all grounds again. All grounds were good so I ordered a rectifier. Put the new rectifier on and same thing super hot. So I ordered a new stator and pulsar. Keep in mind the scooter was running great just wires getting to hot. The stator according to all the specs tested out good but I couldn't figure what else to do. So I put the new stator on today and I am back to NO spark. Someone please help I am loosing my mind. Thanks
Posted this in the New members section to, don't want to get a bad rap as the newbie!
I recently was given a 2005 Chinese ATV, No marking what so ever other than on the side of the head it says 10cm3, which i think means that it is a 90cc? Trying to figure out which cdi it needs, as I have diagnosed that i am only getting .1 v at the coil, it also has a alarm (no fob) which Ive read you can just unplug to bypass, i have the Vin number it is l5nsumcc45t009855 but that isn't helping much... The motor cranks, but no spark checked the kill switches etc. It has a horizontal motor.
The attached is a pic of it. Possibly a TAOTAO?
BRC NATIONAL WILDERNESS LEGISLATION UPDATE – UPDATE
Dear BRC Action Alert Subscriber,
Last Thursday we blasted a Wilderness Legislation Update and reported on Wilderness bills in Idaho, South Dakota, Colorado, Montana and Utah.
In the past week there has been quite a bit of news on each of these bills so we thought we'd send another update. Call it a Wilderness Legislation Update – Update!*
We also wanted to send a heartfelt THANKS to everyone who took the time and effort to contact legislators on these bills. Judging by the news in Idaho, your phone calls and email are having a positive effect.
I'll repeat our a disclaimer that this update won't cover all of the various wilderness and other land use bills pending. If we miss any bills in your area, we apologize and ask that you shoot us an email and we'll include it in our next update.
Brian Hawthorne Public Lands Policy Director BlueRibbon Coalition 208-237-1008 ext 102
BRC WILDERNESS UPDATE UPDATE
IDAHO S. 3294 – CIEDRA - Central Idaho Economic Development and Recreation Act The U.S. Senate Subcommittee for Public Lands and Forests heard testimony June 16, 2010 on Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson's Boulder/White Clouds Wilderness bill. Known as CIEDRA, this legislation would close approximately 80 miles of mountain bike single track and tens of thousands of acres of prized high mountain snowmobiling.
Apparently, the Subcommittee testimony raised serious questions... Risch: Wouldn't bet on Idaho wilderness Risch: Wouldn't bet on Idaho wilderness in 2010 - KHQ Right Now - News and Weather for Spokane and North Idaho |
CIEDRA deemed a ‘tough sell’ Wilderness bill rides momentum after hearing, but opposition looms Idaho Mountain Express: CIEDRA deemed a ‘tough sell’ - June 18, 2010
Adena Cook, BRC's Senior Policy Adviser, wanted everyone to read Idaho Governor Butch Otter's letter opposing CIEDRA.* Adena reports that Otter's letter combined with calls and emails from the OHV and snowmobile community is making an impression on Senator Risch. She said “Your e-mails and letters ARE making a difference. They have REAL IMPACT.”
So much impact that Idaho's Wilderness Advocacy Media, in the form of Rocky Barker, environment and natural resource writer for the Idaho Statesman, seems to be doing their level best to spin the opposition to Rep. Simpson's bill. Barker has posted two blurbs on his blog:
Motorized recreation activist flexes muscles Motorized recreation activist flexes muscles | Voices.IdahoStatesman.com
Other collaborative processes threatened if Simpson's bill goes down Other collaborative processes threatened if Simpson's bill goes down | Voices.IdahoStatesman.com
Speaking of Sandra Mitchell... Sandra Mitchell sent a email update to members of Idaho Recreation Council and Idaho State Snowmobile Association reacting to the news that Senator Risch is reconsidering his support of that bill:****
**** "We have waited a long time to hear something like this and I know there were times when we all felt as if CIEDRA was a done deal. Thanks to your hard work and that magnificent *letter from the Governor; it isn’t over.
**** Again, I am going to ask you do something and that is to contact Senator Risch and say thanks for his comments in the Statesman and for understanding that this CIEDRA bill doesn’t work for the people or the land. I promise you, by acting you will make a difference.
***** We have come so far and worked so hard, we cannot give up and numbers still matter. It is important that the Senator know folks care and are paying attention."
SOUTH DAKOTA S. 3310 - Tony Dean Cheyenne River Valley Conservation Act of 2010 - This bill will designate 48,000 acres of Wilderness in South Dakota's Buffalo National Grasslands.
Senators, groups clash on wilderness http://www.mitchellrepublic.com/event/article/id/43998/
COLORADO: H.R. 3914 - San Juan Mountains Wilderness Act of 2009 A bill that will designate approximately 60,000 acres of Wilderness in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado.
In House, San Juan public lands bill passes committee Telluride Daily Planet > Archives > News > In House, San Juan public lands bill passes committee
COLORADO: HIDDEN GEMS Our previous updated explained that confusion and controversy erupted in Colorado's Hidden Gems Wilderness campaign as Colorado Rep. Jared Polis scrambled to clarify his position after an AP story reported the process would be put on hold. The latest news comes from Pitkin County, who says the Wilderness activists need to work harder at reaching accommodation with other stakeholders:
Pitkin County to Gems: Get more public comment Pitkin County to Gems: Get more public comment | PostIndependent.com
MONTANA: S. 1470 – The Forest Jobs and Recreation Act Montana's Senator Jon Tester is making some changes to his bill, but he's sticking with his original plan to require the USFS log a certain amount of overgrown forest.* He has posted a revised draft on his website: U.S. Senator Jon Tester | Legislation
Senator Tester Stands Behind Logging in Wilderness Bill Senator Tester Stands Behind Logging in Wilderness Bill | News, Sports, Weather for Great Falls, Helena, and all of Montana | Local Top Stories
Tester adjusts forest bill Tester adjusts forest bill | greatfallstribune.com | Great Falls Tribune
UTAH: The last updated mentioned SUWA's play to encourage Colorado Senator Mark Udall to become the Western Champion of their unfathomably massive 10 million acre BLM Wilderness bill. Udall may lead regional wilderness issue Udall may lead regional wilderness issue | GJSentinel.com
But we didn't mention any news on Senator Bennett's county-by-county Land Use Legislation process.* Both San Juan and Emery Counties are considering land use bills that would include Wilderness, as well as other recreation friendly designations. Emery County's Public Lands Council is currently putting pen to paper and should have a draft bill ready in coming months. Draft maps and other information is posted on the County's website: Emery County Land Use Plan Information
Utah's National Public Radio interviewed Senator Bennett who repeated the probably accurate threat that the Obama Administration may take unilateral action (Monument designation) should the county-by-county process fail. Wilderness After Senator Bennett KUER: Wilderness After Senator Bennett (2010-06-21)
SUWA has an interesting spin on their website: An Emery County Update An Emery County Update - Redrock Headlines
**** "Unfortunately county officials have drawn heavy criticism from local wilderness opponents for working too closely with SUWA, whose interests they see at odds with theirs. This has dampened any early optimism."
Doesn't it seem*like they are setting the stage to blame their opposition to Emery County's bill on “local wilderness opponents.”
Maybe not. Its too easy to assign nefarious motives to a group like SUWA. And, in all honesty, it is perfectly reasonable to assume that any legislation that would be palatable to the elected officials and the citizens of Emery County would be in significant conflict with SUWA's 10 million acre behemoth wilderness bill.
Whatever spin SUWA tries to put on it, the question will boil down to whether or not SUWA will want to take what wilderness it can get via Bennett's process, or continue its past history of killing the bills in Washington D.C.
MEANWHILE.... SUWA Negotiates with Oil and Gas Industry to Close Areas to Public?? According to Tom McCourt, a columnist for the Sun Advocate in Price, Utah, SUWA has struck a deal with the Bill Barrett Corporation that would allow Barrett to develop their oil and gas operation in Carbon County as long as the company and the County agrees to close roads to public access. The Wasatch Behind: Grin and Barrett By TOM MCCOURT Sun Advocate - The Wasatch Behind: Grin and Barrett - June 15, 2010
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