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Tread Lightly!'s "Respected Access" Campaign - PSAs

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Here is a preview of our Respected Access is Open Access campaign PSAs that were recently released. The Respected Access campaign focuses on other issues on public lands such as recreational shooting, private land access, invasive species, and so on.

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Just like with the Ride On materials, if your club or agency would like to use these as part of your outreach, please contact us: [email protected]

Thanks again for your help. :D

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With all do respect, I have read these and I find them to be non-effective, I had to look over them to really understand the point, to me, these have no value. But all the best to you and your group.

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I all ways respect peoples land:realmad: And never ride on private property :yes:And clean up any trash left by other people

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It is all pretty much just about respect. It is easy sometimes on the trail to end up at someones property by accident, if said property is marked I turn around and head back. There have been times where there are no markings and I do not know I am on private grounds. In the area where I live and ride this happens a lot and land owners instead of just putting up signs will boobie trap their land. Land owners need to be educated on this subject also. I have come across everything from boards with nails hidden in puddles to fish hooks on line hanging in trees. Respect earns Respect.

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It is all pretty much just about respect. It is easy sometimes on the trail to end up at someones property by accident, if said property is marked I turn around and head back. There have been times where there are no markings and I do not know I am on private grounds. In the area where I live and ride this happens a lot and land owners instead of just putting up signs will boobie trap their land. Land owners need to be educated on this subject also. I have come across everything from boards with nails hidden in puddles to fish hooks on line hanging in trees. Respect earns Respect.

Wow :realmad:I don`t think I`ve ever encountered anything like that out in Colorado ! Thats just plain F##ked up !

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Interesting, here in Nebraska it seems there is ample places to ride, never heard of this happening, but I'm sure it does.

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Here is the link for an article from USA Today only a couple years ago.

Off-road vehicle use fuels tension, violence across U.S. - USATODAY.com

Wow In Colorado We have tons of public land to ride on !!! In my 40+ years of riding I`ve never had a issue with a land owner But I have run into the 10% of asses that make it bad for us !! And MOST of them were kids 25 and under !! :yes:

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With all do respect, I have read these and I find them to be non-effective, I had to look over them to really understand the point, to me, these have no value. But all the best to you and your group.

Appreciate the support, and the constructive criticism. I did get a similar comment from another forum as well, and we will re-examine when we do another round.

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Wow In Colorado We have tons of public land to ride on !!! In my 40+ years of riding I`ve never had a issue with a land owner But I have run into the 10% of asses that make it bad for us !! And MOST of them were kids 25 and under !! :yes:

The above article is not the first incident i've heard of, including Colorado... unfortunately.

Again, this is one of the reasons that ALL public land users need to be respectful of each other. Vengeful tactics like that do no good for anyone, and should not be tolerated by any of the outdoor communities.

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I for one am glad to see the direction you are headed in. Hikers and Bikers also cause erosion and problems with land owners. We all need to work together to gain access to public lands and to respect those private land owners that grant us access, instead of pointing fingers at one another.

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I`m amased at the ignorance of some people how think they can ride on private land :no:

It must be that high quality education they recieved from there parents !!!

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Try finding public land on Long Island, NY. Only a couple of MX tracks and im not paying $1000 - $1300 a year to ride on them. What does NY do with my and the thousands of other ATV registration money it collects?? NY sucks

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Try finding public land on Long Island, NY. Only a couple of MX tracks and im not paying $1000 - $1300 a year to ride on them. What does NY do with my and the thousands of other ATV registration money it collects?? NY sucks

Yea we are lucky to have tons of public land to ride on !! ( for now )

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Try finding public land on Long Island, NY. Only a couple of MX tracks and im not paying $1000 - $1300 a year to ride on them. What does NY do with my and the thousands of other ATV registration money it collects?? NY sucks

wow!!!! that's a little pricey, eh? u guys in NY must make the big bucks...:confused:

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We have to on LI. My property taxes are 8000 a year with the star program. Thats for a piece of property 75 x 100 ft. My house is about 2000 sq ft so its nothing. We get sh*tty roads and tons of traffic. Plus over priced tolls to get off this place.

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On adifferent note. I was pissed off when i noticed how much garbage is dumped on RAC property. Even where you park your tow vehicles. Im not talking about the construction waste, i mean the hundreds of empty 4stroke engine oil bottles beer bottles atv parts dirtbike parts bottles of 2 stroke oil gas cans etc so I know its the riders doing it. Doesnt anyone give a sh*t about the riding area?

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