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  1. SXS/ATV Roundup at Brimstone Recreation in Huntsville, Tennessee will be held August 30, 2013 through September 1, 2013. Events include: Obstacle Course, Sled Pull, Pole Bending, Mud Bog, Ladies Mud Run, Moonshine Run, Mud Surfing, Raffles, Drive-In Movie, Guided Rides, Kid Zone, Show & Shine and More! Tyler Farr will perform on Friday, August 30, 2013. Chris Janson and Gretchen Wilson will perform on Saturday, August 31, 2013. The King of the Mountain Race will be held on Sunday, September 1, 2013. The KOTM takes place on a custom built course with terrain that will push you and your machine to the limit. It features rocks, trees, hill climbs, descents, mud, logs, and off camber turns. This challenge is the ultimate test of your will to win. The winner takes home a pocket full of cash!!
  2. Anyone familiar with this trail system? If so please PM me thanks
  3. Saturday The 4th 2013 around 6:00pm I’ve been quading for years now with my kids and they are grown up now and ride on their own, I showed them the basic rules of the road and don’t trash the place up your ride, keep an eye out for other riders ect, we live in the woods and can get to many places from where we live, I love it, just to get out and slow ride the paths around here The kids went riding the other day on the Burma, near the 20 mile per hour sharp turn, which is state public land, but your not allowed to ride there unless your dcnr I guess Anyway the dcnr guy, Ranger wolfgaggle, something like that was in the bushes that day with his Honda 550 & specially made push bar, its not stock and looks like it may be solid military grade, for apparently smashing into kids on quads He missed a couple other riders that day so he was getting itchy to slap a fine on anyone, if he could catch them, we never encountered dcnr on the Burma Mountain ever but the day I wasn’t there he was flying towards my kids on a path only big enough for 1 quad, he almost took out the leader on a motor cycle but the motorcycle almost wrecked into a tree to avoid a full throttled 550 coming at him on the path The next in line was my 17 year old daughter who’s been riding since she was 10 with my daughter inlaw on the back of a 250 ozark, she saw the bike almost getting hit and thought whats wrong with this idiot, then he was coming right at her full throttle, she turned off the path into the bushes to avoid getting hit head on and he turned and ran into the side of them with that big pushbar, puts the Ozark on 2 wheels and is immediately off his bike and grabs my daughter by the neck and slams her to the ground. My son was on the next in line Ozark and saw the whole thing happen and was thinking to himself who the hell is this a**hole and was about to whomp him when he finally Id’s himself, My Sons 22 and my 9 year old was son riding with him he just saw this dcnr guy choke slam his sister to the ground so he went hysterical and my daughter was really upset & began throwing up. In the meantime me & my wife are at home and get a call that the kids were hit on the quad, this was about 10 minutes after he was getting there info & didn’t call them an ambulance, you know how them untrained dcnretards are, we drop everything hop in the car pass the spot out turn around and pull in at the 20 mph turn The gate is closed, they were back at the 2nd gate to the right closer to locust lake, I’d say about 2 to 3 10th of a mile in, when I approached him and said what the hell did you do to my daughter, he was talking about a fine? I said did you call them an ambulance you just hit them, I want a state cop here and an ambulance now, I want to press charges on him, he calls for backup, so I had to call for an ambulance and state trooper. So I was going to ride the 1 quad home cuz the girls were hurt and I figured no ill just ride it to the gate and called my other son to bring the truck so not to cause anymore fines We get out to the turn and the cops from all different municipalities start pulling in, but no state police, St.Clair, Minersville, Mahanoy City, New Caslte, Rush Township a few others that slipped my view were in and out and the dcnr guy says I poked him, I turned around and said you just ran my kids over I want him arrested, that when the wall of blue(Blue code of silence) became evident, oh we cant do anything this isn’t our jurisdiction and Mr dcnr said that’s not what happened, so I was so P’O’ I called the state police again & said I need someone here to take a statement this guy just ran into my kids, The trooper on the phone said we aren’t going to step over dcnr you need to talk to his superior In meantime ambulance got there and to daughter inlaw to hospital, my daughter was to shaken up to go but we took her down and she’s got bruises on her leg a concussion and needs xrays of her back, daughter in law has same thing plus sprained ankle and xrays of her back So I said can I load the quads on the truck now & they said no they are being held for evidence cuz they were in an accident, I said yeah one that dcnr caused why don’t you take his bike also, his is the one that did the damage to the girls My 9 year old said dad I saw him clenching his teeth before they hit them and he started to tell one of the officers, I said son they don’t want to hear it, but why he hit them, what a 1st time experience for your kid to have with cops, they don’t help you when they hurt you. Dcnr had an opened face mask, so he could see his teeth The quads were impounded in Shenedoah towing $200.00 and 25 each a day, so we will probably never be able to get them back by the time they are done with there fake investigation The red Ozark of ours didn’t get hit, it was a 550 honda 4matic vs a 250 ozark, the Ozark lost big time its plastics were dented, the screws that held the plastics in where ripped out on the whole side that was hit and the rim was dented from the impact, so imagine how the girls legs felt. We got pictures of the quads before they were taken away and of his bumper that is a bit dented on has a few scrathes from the collision I figured I’d get this story out to warn other riders, be careful they are out to kill you and you don’t have a chance unless you got a bigger cc quad with a biggerpush bumper and camera wouldn’t hurt either.
  4. Decided to head up to the mountains and see if the snow is melting much ... it was 21 degs F when I got to the staging area, the wind was howl'in & it was try'in to snow Up higher it was snow'in. So I rode for a ways and then turned around and went to some lower elevations and enjoyed some dirt, snow & mud rid'in. :cheer: What a GREAT FREAK'IN DAY !! :woot: Hope you enjoy the video & make sure you watch it in 1080P ... :bow: [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bkTSWBNR6vM]01 May 2013 - Early Spring Mountain Ride - YouTube[/ame] ...
  5. I came across this video on my facebook these guys are nuts going 2000 miles on some pretty old bikes to watch the supercross in JANUARY!! let me know what you guys think? I think we should get a group of atv riders to do something like this on all dirt roads. [ame] [/ame]
  6. Hey guys, team up with USA-ALL before November 30th, 2010 and you'll get a free $25 Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Gift Card! Here's a link with more info USA-ALL Rocky Mountain Gift Card Offer Its really a win-win, you help keep our riding areas open and get your money back in a RMATVMC Gift Card! Message me if you have any questions, Thanks!
  7. This was one of the most scenic 40 mile loop trails we have ridden and reviewed. All the info including maps, videos and pictures are here SouthwestUTV.com---Queen Valley/Montana Mountain UTV, ATV and Off Road Trail Information Thanks
  8. Just found and rode a new trail in Wickenburg, Arizona. Man we love living here!! All the info including maps, vids and pics are here Southwest UTV---UTV and Side x Side Trail Information Thanks
  9. BLUERIBBON COALITION ACTION ALERT! SOME OF COLORADO'S LAST REMAINING HIGH MOUNTAIN TRAILS AT RISK IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUESTED. Dear BRC Action Alert Subscriber, The comment deadline is approaching on a draft Travel Plan for a very popular OHV area in Colorado. The Taylor Park / Gunnison Basin Travel Plan is out for public review and comment, and the deadline is next week, JUNE 3, 2009. We are sending this Colorado-based action alert to our national alert list because the area involved, commonly known as Taylor Park, is popular with BRC members from California to Florida. This is some of Colorado's last remaining high-mountain OHV trail opportunity left. The area contains miles of some of the best world-class single-track motorcycle, ATV and 4x4 trails in the nation. Each mile is precious and several popular trails are proposed for closure. Will you help keep the trails open by sending a quick comment letter via email? In order to save you time away from work and family, we've included one of BRC's INSANELY easy 3-Step Action Items to help you send your email. Remember, the deadline is next week (June 3), so please do it today! As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact BRC. Thanks in advance for your support, Brian Hawthorne Ric Foster Public Lands Policy Director Public Lands Department Manager 208-237-1008 ext 102 208-237-1008 ext 107 PS: State, local and national OHV and mountain bike groups are really working hard to keep these world-class trails open. But resources are always meager in comparison to the Wilderness lobby, and unlike what you are about to read in the Denver Post, we are not funded by the OHV manufacturers. Groups like BRC and COHVCO depend on memberships and donations from individual OHV enthusiasts to fund the work we do. To us, membership is our lifeblood. THANK YOU FOR YOUR MEMBERSHIP! BLUERIBBON COALITION ACTION ALERT! LAST CHANCE FOR COMMENTS ON THE TAYLOR PARK / GUNNISON BASIN TRAVEL PLAN SITUATION: For over 30 years now, Taylor Park, and trails across Colorado's upper Gunnison Basin and North Fork Valley region, has been a world-class recreation destination for OHV users. In relatively recent years, ever since the modern mountain bike was developed, the area has been a treasured destination by mountain bike enthusiasts. This plan will decide which roads and trails will be open for use by motorized vehicles and mountain bikes, which uses will be allowed on each route and whether there are any restrictions on the seasons of use for each route. To the Forest Service's credit, the draft travel plan proposes leaving many of the epic mountain bike and motorized trails open. However, they are missing a few of the more special routes. Several OHV groups in Colorado have dug into the details in this plan, and we are all working hard to defend our trails. Among the groups BRC is working with are the Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coalition (COHVCO) Colorado OHV Coalition, Trails Preservation Alliance (TPA) Colorado Trails Preservation Alliance - Home, Thunder Mountain Wheelers index.html and Western Slope 4-Wheelers Western Slope 4-Wheeler Home. WHAT YOU NEED TO DO: We are asking our members to send an emails to the Forest Service. Simple instructions are below. We've tried to make it as easy as possible. IMPORTANT: If you have had the pleasure to visit this spectacular area, and have the time to write a bit about how valuable these trails are, please do so! Comments must be in writing (paper or electronic) and must be received by June 3, 2009. Mail written comments to: Gunnison Basin Travel Management DEIS, 2250 Hwy 50, Delta, Co 81416. E-mail Comments To: [email protected] MORE INFO ON THE WEB: BRC encourages OHV and mountain bike enthusiasts to carefully view the maps on the web and check to see if the trails you use and enjoy are on any of the Alternatives. Gunnison National Forest Travel Management The Forest Service (FS) has formulated a "Proposed Action" Alternative (Alternative 2). Simply stated, this Alternative is what the agency wants to do. If your favorite roads and trails are not on this map, then it is extremely important that they hear from you!! Contact and other info, including copies of the DEIS and associated maps, are posted on the web at GMUG National Forest - Travel Management. They has also posted a helpful "how to comment" link on their website at http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/gmug/policy/travel_mgmt/gun/deis/How_to_comment.pdf For more information, please contact: Anne Janik at (970) 874-6637 or email to [email protected] or Gary Shellhorn at (970) 874-6666 or email to [email protected] BRC'S THREE-STEP ACTION ITEM STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO EMAIL YOUR COMMENTS: NOTE: Please be polite and, if possible, make your comment letter as personal as you can. STEP 1: Open your email program and start a draft email. Address the email to [email protected] Put "Comments on Gunnison Travel Plan" in the Subject Line. STEP 2: Use the comments below as a guideline for comments in your email. Cut and paste is okay, but try to make your comment letter as personal as possible. STEP 3: Take just a minute to add a bit about where you live, where you like to ride and how much trail-based recreation means to you. Be certain to include your name and address. A return email address is NOT sufficient! ("anonymous" emails are often discarded). EXTRA CREDIT: If you can add any trail-specific information or personal testimony about your experiences enjoying this spectacular area, please take a minute to add that to your email (see links above for maps and other info). Then click "send" and you're done! Sample comment letter: Gunnison Basin Travel Management DEIS 2250 Hwy 50 Delta, Co 81416 The Gunnison Basin has had a motorized and mountain bike recreational niche for many decades. Because of the growth in popularity of OHV and mountain bike use, and because of closures in other areas of Colorado, there is a need to enhance motorized and mountain bike trail based recreation on the Gunnison NF. Therefore, it incumbent on the decision maker to choose a travel plan that enhances the motorized and mountain bike trail experience. I would like emphasize this comment with a rhetorical question. Given the fact that other national forests in Colorado have designated vast areas for the exclusive use of non-motorized recreation, and subsequently closed many thousands of miles of motorized routes, does the Gunnison NF have a motorized niche because of the opportunities existing on the forest, or has the U.S. Forest Service created the motorized niche because the agency has displaced so much OHV use from other Forests? The answer is obvious: Both. The Gunnison has a motorized niche both because of the decades of use, but also because closures in other areas of Colorado are displacing more OHV people. Therefore, your preferred alternative, "Alternative 2 - The Proposed Action", which proposes yet more closures, is simply not logical. It also runs the risk of creating an unmanageable situation on the ground. It is essential that all efforts to "mitigate first - close last" be made in formulating your Final Plan. I strongly support the specific trail recommendations made by the Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coalition (COHVCO), the Trails Preservation Alliance (TPA), the Thunder Mountain Wheelers and the Western Slope 4-Wheelers. The Thunder Mountain Wheelers make some excellent recommendations, especially regarding FS Road # 701 (Stevens Gulch) and FS Road # 265 (Buzzard Divide Road) on the Paonia Ranger District. I support the Thunder Mountain Wheeler's suggestions on the Oil Well Mt. Trail, Buck Mesa / Thousand Acre Flats Trail, FS Road # 783 (Coal Gulch), trail # 804 (Buck Mesa), FS Road # 704.4D (Spring House Park) FS Road # 704.4D1 (Spring House Park) and trail # 806 (Thousand Acre Flats). I also support their recommendations regarding the Overland Park Loop, Raggeds Trail, Minnesota Creek, Deer Creek and the proposed Sheep Mountain and Dyer Creek loops. I strongly support the Trail Preservation Alliance's recommendations regarding the Crest Trail, Agate Creek, North Bank (lower Dr Park area), Roaring Judy, and Eyre Basin. Also, please adopt their recommendations for the Teocalli Ridge, Ferris Creek and Double Top Trail Systems. Sincerely. YOUR NAME YOUR ADDRESS
  10. Hello, I am new to QUADCRAZY and I thought I would introduce myself and my business. Snowy Mountain Wintersports is located in Bonners Ferry, ID a small timber community located in the northern panhandle of Idaho. We buy and sell NEW OEM POLARIS ATV, RANGER, PWC, and Snowmobile parts, we also manufacture and sell our own brand of left hand throttle kits for snowmobiles. Snowy Mountain Wintersports has been in business since 2000 and We always strive to do a great service for our customers and care about the end result being a good one. All of our parts are brand new and still in the original Polaris packaging, we are not a salvage yard so we don't sell used or take off parts. We sell and ship parts worldwide from our retail location and we welcome you to stop in if you are in the area. Questions are always welcome, either by e-mail [email protected] or call 406-788-7491. We try to sell all of our parts for 50% off of Polaris retail price, and with over $100,000 in inventory we have someting for everyone. Please check out my store eBay Store - Snowy Mountain Wintersports: New Old Stock Polaris Parts, ATV, PWC
  11. Got this in the mail today. It's good until December 15th. Free shipping on orders over $99! ATV Parts, ATV Tires, Dirt Bike Parts & Motocross Gear - Rocky Mountain ATV/MC Spend $100 get $10 off CODE: #2501 Spend $150 get $20 off CODE: #2502 Spend $300 get $50 off CODE: #2503 Spend $500 get $100 off CODE: #2504 Happy Holidays!
  12. 2008 April Specials - Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

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