Let’s face it. The main driving force behind virtually every riding area that is newly opened (or saved from closing) is well-organized groups of riders. The truth is, each of us on our own doesn’t really have much of a voice when it comes to the complicated and drawn-out process of opening and saving off-highway riding areas. But as a group, whether through coalitions, state riding organizations or as local clubs, we have a strong, unified voice that the movers and shakers in our communities tend to listen to.
Published: Monday, 22 December 2008 23:07
Written by Steve Casper, NOHVCC Director of Communications
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