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  1. The latest vid from Natural Terrain. Christmas Valley sand dunes. Check out our channel - spartanracing43 on youtube
  2. Check out the latest dune video from the Spartan Racing Crew [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pu_uD5D_ZeA]YouTube - Oregon Dunes Apocalypse Two - Winchester Bay HD[/ame] Our you tube channel is spartanracing43 , please leave a comment we want to know what you think, good or bad let us know!!
  3. Hey all, Just thought I'd say whats up and introduce myself. Looks like a cool site and glad to be a part of it...
  4. October 1, 2009 Corvallis, OR –The Siuslaw National Forest is implementing a Forest Closure Order that went into affect August 18, prohibiting off-highway vehicle (OHV) use from posted areas immediately adjacent to Beale, Snag and Horsfall lakes to protect plant, fish and wildlife habitat. “We have the responsibility to provide for multiple uses, such as clean water, forest resources and More...
  5. The spartan racing team has uploaded another video to youtube Apocalypse Two Winchester Bay, our channel is spartanracing43 all one word, check it out leave us a comment ~Alex
  6. Myself along with Lots of other SandWizards will be Working and Riding DuneFest.....Its the biggest Event at the Largest Dunes in Oregon...come Check it out, Hang and have Fun with us!!!!! Dune Fest - Winchester Bay, Oregon
  7. I posted this in the general talk area, i didn't know if i posted the link the video would just play on this page so i thought i would put it in the right place so here ya go. [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5g0uyH8vB1Q]YouTube - Oregon Dunes Apocalypse Two[/ame] Comments appreciated, any way we can approve, things you would like to see in our videos to come just let us know. We are also planning a trip to St. Anthony idaho June 22nd through the 28th so we will be filming for another video that will probably be out around July 4th or so if we don't run into any technical difficulties. Hope you like it, Keep on riding!
  8. Hope to see ya there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  9. Previously we only needed to posess a valid "ORV tag" (as issued in your state) to be considered valid to ride in Oregon. As of the beginning of 2009 you are required to take an online test to earn your ATV safety Education Card. Even out of state riders - "all non-residents riding in Oregon are required to take the online ATV safety education course and carry an ATV Safety Education Card". FYI- The website to find more info and take the test.... (We've posted some important Frequently Asked Questions below as well.....) rideATVoregon | Welcome (CLICK HERE) rideATVoregon | Select an Account Type (CLICK HERE) From the Site: New safety laws are now in effect for operating quads and three-wheel ATVs (Class I ATVs) and off-road motorcycles (Class III ATVs) on lands open to public use. (See chart below for age-related timelines.) In order to make training as convenient as possible, the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department now offers this free safety and education program and certification online on this website. SAFETY TRAINING EXEMPTION: Safety training isn't mandatory for riders using an ATV or off-road motorcycle for farming, agriculture, forestry, nursery, Christmas tree growing operations or when riding on private land. Training Online in Three Easy Steps 1. Study and pass the online test on this website. A student can expect to spend between one and two hours for the entire process. 2. We’ll mail you a plastic, wallet-sized All-Terrain Vehicle Safety Education Card approximately 30 days after you pass the test (You can print a 30-day temporary education card immediately after you get a “pass” confirmation). 3. Carry the ATV safety education card with you whenever you operate a Class I or Class III ATV on lands open for public use. There is no minimum age to take the online course, though some children may have a difficult time with the course material. We strongly encourage parents to go through the course materials and test with their child/children. Parents who participate and who pass the test will receive their safety card as well. Even parents who choose not to take the test usually find the course both informative and enjoyable. If someone does not have access to the internet or for some other reason is physically unable to take the on-line course, please have them call toll free 877-7SAFELY for a hardship application. Click here for a list of frequently asked questions about the Oregon Online ATV Safety Education Course. rideATVoregon | Frequently Asked Questions Other Rider Requirements in Oregon SUPERVISION: All youth operators 15 and under must be supervised by an adult who: 1. Is at least 18 years old. 2. Holds a valid ATV Safety Education Card. 3. Is able to provide immediate assistance and direction to the youth. CHIN STRAPS: DOT Approved helmets, with chin straps fastened, are required for youth under age 18 for quads and dirt bikes. RIDER FIT: Class I operators (quads and 3-wheelers) 15 and under must now meet all the following minimum physical size requirements in relationship to the vehicle: 1. Brake Reach: With hands placed in the normal operating position and fingers straight out, the first joint (from the tip) of the middle finger will extend beyond the brake lever and clutch. 2. Leg Length: While sitting and with their feet on the pegs, the knee must be bent at least 45 degrees. 3. Grip Reach: While sitting upright on the quad with hands on the handle bars and not leaning forward, there must be a distinct angle between the upper arm and the forearm, and; 4. The rider must be able to turn the handle bars from lock to lock while maintaining grip on the handle bars and maintaining throttle and brake control. 5. Disabled riders are allowed to use prosthetic devices or modified or adaptive equipment to achieve rider fit. MINIMUM AGE: There is no minimum age for quad or 3-wheeled ATVs. Minimum age for off-road motorcycles is 7 years old. FAQ: Q: I am an adult. Do I still need to complete the online course and carry an ATV Safety Education Card when I ride? A: Probably not right away, but eventually you will need to carry the card (please see online training schedule below). If you are supervising a person 15 years of age or younger while they are riding an ATV or dirt bike, you will need to carry your ATV Safety Education Card. Remember that youngsters 15 years old and younger are required to have an adult with them who can provide immediate assistance and direction. If you are that adult, you will also need to have your ATV Safety Education Card with you beginning January 1, 2009. Year Mandatory Safety Training Age Jan. 1, 2009 Youth 15 and under and adults supervising youth Jan. 1, 2010 30 and under Jan. 1, 2011 40 and under Jan. 1, 2012 50 and under Jan. 1, 2013 60 and under Jan. 1, 2014 All riders must have an ATV safety education card Q: How much will the online ATV safety education course cost? A: There is no charge for the online safety course or the ATV Safety Education Card. There will be a small $8 fee if you lose your card and request a replacement card. Q: What are the steps required to complete the online ATV safety education course? 1. Sign up by clicking on the above button NEW? START HERE. 2. Study each chapter in the online ATV Safety Education Course. 3. Each chapter concludes with a quiz. The chapter quiz must be successfully completed with 100% accurate answers before progressing to the next chapter. All chapter quizzes must be complete prior to starting the final ATV safety education exam. 4. Successfully complete the final Oregon online ATV safety education exam. The exam includes 50 multiple choice questions. A passing score is 80% correct. 5. Print your temporary ATV Safety Education Card. You will receive your permanent card in the mail within 30 days. Q: I’m from another state or country and wish to ride an ATV or dirt bike in Oregon. Do I need to take the online ATV safety education course and carry an Oregon ATV Safety Education Card? A: Yes, all non-residents riding in Oregon are required to take the online ATV safety education course and carry an ATV Safety Education Card. They are exempt if they possess another state or country’s ATV Safety Education Card. Q: Can I take the online course for all my children at one time? A: A parent or supervising adult and up to four youth 15 years of age or younger may be certified by taking a single test. However, if a parent is assisting more than four youth, a separate test must be completed for any additional children 15 years old or younger. During initial account set up, a parent or supervising adult will be able to create a family account and add youth to their course account. Each additional adult and youth 16 and older will need to take the online course for themselves. Q: I've created a family account and wish to take the course for myself and two young children. In addition, another older child who is under my family account wants to take the test by himself. When can he begin taking the course? A: The family account process requires that an adult (18 years of age or older) complete the course and final exam for themselves and up to four youth before other family members, such as your third child, can begin their course work. Q: How long will it take to complete the online ATV safety education course? A: A student can expect to spend between one and two hours to for the entire online process Q: What happens if I log out of the system before completing the entire online course? A: You simply enter your user name and password and reenter the course where you left off. Q: Is there a time limit for any steps in the online study or testing process? A: No. However, you will be timed out of the website after 30 minutes of inactivity (e.g., no scrolling, key strokes, or mouse clicks). If this happens, you can simply log back into the system and reenter the course where you left off. (GOOD LUCK!! We'll be taking the course tomrorow!)
  10. Hi, my name is Mike. Joined up a while back but never posted til now.
  11. The annual Douglas County, Winchester Bay Clean Up is April 26th..I invite those of you in the Area to come on out and help keep our Dunes Open And Clean!!!! Here is a link to last yrs event SWR Clean-up 2007
  12. Went up for a Snow Ride with Untitled Document last weekend.....Pretty much got snowed in at the Resort...over 5 feet of powder in 48 hrs:laugh: So the resort couldnt keep up with it and the Trails were pretty much closed to ATV's....However,,,,The snowmobiles had a Great time!!! Anyway,,,,,the Resort lost power about 2am Sunday morning and we had NO HEAT in the Rooms:cry: All thre Roads were closed coming in and going out...But the Sherrif said he couldnt stop us from leaving....We had about 13 trucks in our group,,,,We didnt think we would have a problem getting out....I had to go 100 miles north (out of my way) to hit I-5 and go south:confused: But we got out.......Here are some pictures..... Enjoy....
  13. Just Got back from Oregon Dunes....Spinreel to be Exact....Thought I would share some Pictures.....
  14. Warn Winch goes to the Oregon Dunes....Just some of the places we ride up there....FREAKIN BEAUTIFUL..... Cant wait to get to Pismobiggrin http://www.warn.com/atv/snipplets/images/574/fishers_atv_world-1.wmv
  15. - If it passes in Oregon, it can start passing everywhere, pass the word) The below says - In Oregon, they are try'n to stop 12 and under years of age from riding ATV's... It doesn't effect only Oregonians, This affects ANYONE who rides the Oregon Dunes. Think about the impact this will have if it goes through. Many people will not come on vacation here, the entire state will lose revenue. It should be that all children go through an ATV safety course and be educated, not striped of the ability to join the family on a sport they have enjoyed for Years. Please take the time to write these senator's if you have children that ride. Senators ALAN C. BATES of Ashland ([email protected] ) and RICHARD DEVLIN of Tualitin ([email protected] ) sponsored Senate Bill 49 which was introduced to the Senate this week. This Bill prohibits operation of all-terrain vehicles by persons less than 12 years of age. It restricts operation of all-terrain vehicles by persons 12 to 15 years of age based on vehicle engine displacement. It prohibits sellers of all-terrain vehicles from knowingly selling all-terrain vehicles for use by persons less than 12 years of age or for use by persons 12 to 15 years of age in violation of engine displacement limitations. It punishes by fine of $90. It also directs State Parks and Recreation Department to produce and provide safety information to retailers. It also directs retailers of all-terrain vehicles to distribute safety information to buyers of all terrain vehicles. What does everybody think about this bill! This is so upsetting.....My son wants to learn how to race and he wont be able to if this passes! MY SON DESHAIN Contact info for Senator Alan Bates of Ashland Sen. Alan C. Bates (D) District: 003 900 Court Street NE Suite S-305 Salem OR, 97301 Phone: (503) 986-1703 Fax: (503) 986-1080 Email: [email protected] State Representative Contact info for Senator Richard Devlin Sen. Richard Devlin (D) District: 019 900 Court Street NE Suite S-316 Salem OR, 97301-4073 Phone: (503) 986-1719 Fax: (503) 986-1987 Email: [email protected] State Representative
  16. Sept. 21st through the weekend.....Look me up if you want to meet up....There will be Several of us there...Camping....Some of the Best Dunes you will ever ride..... GET IT RAGGG!!!!!! HHHHHOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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