ATV – Washington Plans OHV Workshop, Nov. 5-6
November 28, 2005
Filed under Features
The National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC) and the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA), in conjunction with off-highway vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts, will conduct a State Association Development Workshop and AMA Ride Into Political Action Seminar in Washington on November 5-6, 2005.
The workshop will provide guidelines and a six-month plan necessary for forming a Washington State OHV Association, allowing Washington OHV recreationists to effectively influence legislation and management affecting their riding opportunities.
Off-highway, trials and dual-sport motorcyclists, ATV riders, four-wheel drivers, and snowmobile enthusiasts are invited to attend and help create a positive future for riding opportunities in Washington. Advance registration is required. The registration deadline is October 21. For registration forms and further information regarding the workshop contact NOHVCC Senior Project Coordinator Dana Bell, 562/438-6527, or online at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In other state OHV news, the newly formed New Jersey OHV Association held its incorporation meeting on July 30.
Larry Osusky, Jr., the Interim Communications Committee Lead, gathered e-mail addresses for hundreds of OHV enthusiasts, all Arctic Cat, Bombardier, Honda, Kawasaki, KTM, Polaris, Suzuki, Yamaha dealerships, and all ATV, off-highway motorcycle and four-wheel drive clubs in New Jersey. All were sent an electronic letter inviting them to attend and a press release with the agenda and goals for the meeting. Osusky sent the same material to AMA, AATVA, Blue Ribbon Coalition, United 4WD Drive Association and NOHVCC, asking that they distribute the release and letter to all of their members and contacts in the state.