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  1. Found this site by accident, looks like a good place to hang out. Ive looked around and I can see that there are a lot of knowledgeable folks here. Hoping to get to meet some of you and swap stories. Slick Rock
  2. The campaign, created by Tread Lightly, unites the US Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Utah Division of State Parks, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, and the Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration together in an effort to spread a consistent message throughout the state. Tread Lightly! also brings funding and support from the private sector, such as Yamaha’s OHV Access Initiative and the National Shooting Sports Foundation, making this a public/private partnership promoting conservation and sustainable outdoor recreation. The outreach effort is centered on the slogan RIDE ON Designated Routes, originally created for national application but now being customized with Utah-specific images. Since 1998, the number of off-highway vehicles (OHVs) registered in Utah has nearly tripled, putting additional pressure on Utah's public lands, especially in popular riding areas. RIDE ON reinforces that responsible recreation is the key to preserving and protecting Utah's many great motorized recreation opportunities. The initiative will also expand to address issues like safety and resource damage– today’s most pressing recreation issues in Utah.
  3. DrtyGrlKristin and I, along with some other family members took a trip to Moab. The only thing i can say about the place is ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL! Everything about the trip was great.(Except my truck's gas mileage) Here are a bunch of pics we took there. Not even close to a quarter of them. Enjoy Some scenery Some old pictographs (Kristin made one) Some Riding pics
  4. MEDIA RELEASE RECREATIONAL GROUPS FILE TO ENTER UTAH DESERT LAWSUIT Contact: Paul Turcke 208-331-1800 Date: April 8, 2009 WASHINGTON, DC - A coalition of recreational access groups moved today to join a lawsuit challenging Bureau of Land Management (BLM) plans covering nearly seven million acres in Utah. The motion was filed by the Trails Preservation Alliance (TPA), Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Coalition (COHVCO), and BlueRibbon Coalition (BRC), all trails-based, grassroots recreation advocacy groups. The lawsuit was filed by eleven preservationist groups, led by the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance. Through the suit, the plaintiffs hope to have the BLM plans declared illegal and set aside, and ask the Court to issue an injunction preventing activities authorized by the plans until BLM issues new decisions complying with a host of federal statutes. The lands at issue are located in the BLM Moab, Price, and Vernal Field Offices, which include iconic destinations for all types of backcountry recreationists. "Our groups have carefully participated in these planning processes," said Don Riggle, TPA founder. "We are far from satisfied with the final BLM decisions, but can obviously see that SUWA is attempting, through this suit, to close off access to even those trails that survived the designation process," Riggle concluded. "Our courtroom relationship with SUWA stretches back nearly a decade, and this suit seemingly breathes continuing life into that relationship," added Brian Hawthorne, BRC Public Lands Policy Director. The lawsuit was originally filed on December 17, 2008, and targeted 77 lease sales for oil and gas drilling on BLM-managed lands. Those sales were halted by a temporary restraining order issued by the Court on January 17, 2009. The latest complaint, filed March 19, 2009, drops the claims against the oil and gas leasing projects, which BLM has apparently withdrawn. However, the current complaint adds claims addressing other uses, including off-highway vehicle use. The Recreational Groups and SUWA have waged prior battles over BLM's management of Utah lands, most notably including a 2000 lawsuit by which SUWA sought to compel agency action meeting SUWA's vision of that required by BLM. In that suit, the Recreational Groups filed a motion to dismiss the case on jurisdictional grounds, which was granted by the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah, reversed by the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals, but ultimately affirmed by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2004. During and subsequent to that case, BLM has been preparing the land use plans and travel management designations now under challenge in the present suit. # # # The Trails Preservation Alliance is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting the sport of motorized trail riding, educating all user groups and the public on the value of sharing public lands for multiuse recreation, while protecting public lands for future generations. Colorado Trails Preservation Alliance - Home COHVCO is a nonprofit organization whose member enthusiasts, organizations and businesses collectively comprise over 200,000 Coloradoans and regular visitors to Colorado and other western states who contribute millions of dollars and thousands of hours annually to off-highway vehicle recreation through registration fees, retail expenditure, project participation and related support. Colorado OHV Coalition The BlueRibbon Coalition is a national recreation group that champions responsible use of 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.
  5. THIRD ANNUAL OFF-ROAD EXPO RUMBLES INTO UTAH APRIL 25 – 27 Tickets Now Available For Purchase Online The 2008 Off-Road Expo presented by Toyota, the nation’s largest off-road consumer products show series, will rumble into the South Towne Expo Center with plenty of off-road products and fun for the whole family Friday, April 25 through Sunday, April 27, with extended show hours. This three-day off-road showcase will feature the latest off-road vehicles, accessories, technologies and gear from the industry’s leading manufacturers, dealers and distributors such as Toyota, Kawasaki, KC Hilights, Teraflex, Tuff Country and many more. In addition to all the off-road vehicles, accessories and great show discounts, there will be amazing live-action entertainment for the whole family including exciting motorcycle stunt performances in the Motosphere steel globe presented by Toyota and United Off-Road Challenge (UROC) rock crawling demonstrations throughout the weekend. “The third annual Off-Road Expo is the perfect place for off-road enthusiasts from all over Utah to kick-off the season and see all the latest toys and accessories for the summer,” said Show Director Tom Gattuso. “The expo is truly the best place to come together with friends, check out the latest products in the industry and enjoy some amazing live action off-road entertainment. It is also a great place to take advantage of great show discounts on vehicles, accessories and gear offered only on site at the Off-Road Expo.” New this year, the expo will feature heart pounding performances from a team of motorcycle stunt riders inside the Motosphere steel globe. During each performance, two riders will race within inches of each other in open throttle action inside an 18-foot steel globe and perform a sequence of tricks in all 360 degrees of the globe. The stunt team will wow attendees with a sequence of tricks and is surely a can’t miss feature for motorcycle fans of all ages! Back by popular demand will be UROC rock crawling demonstrations featuring some of rock crawling’s most exciting competitors. The UROC demonstrations will take place throughout all three days on a specially built course that lets fans get up-close to all the action. Younger off-road fans are sure to enjoy climbing the 32-foot tall indoor rock wall on Saturday and Sunday, and all attendees will get to see dozens of the coolest trucks, sand rails, UTVs, ATVs, side-by-sides, dirt bikes, rock crawlers, Jeeps and more. Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet with local Utah rockcrawler Clay Egan, who will be signing autographs in the Dirt Sports magazine booth. The Off-Road Expo will take place Friday, April 25, from 4 p.m. – 10 p.m., Saturday, April 26, from 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. and culminates Sunday, April 27, from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Held at the South Towne Expo Center, located at 9575 South State Street in Sandy, Utah, 84070, admission to the event is $10 for adults, $5 for children 6 to 12 and children five and under are free. Save $2 and get your lowest priced, $8 tickets online at Off Road Expo or pick up a $2 off discount coupon at participating off-road retailers. Parking is free and all kids 12 and younger are free on Sunday! The Off-Road Expo presented by Toyota will return to Pomona October 3 – 5, 2008 for its ninth annual year. For more information and to purchase advance tickets, please visit Off Road Expo.

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