Riders of all-terrain vehicles and off-highway motorcycles will always get the most enjoyment by riding smart and riding safe. This does not mean that riding has to be boring; it means equipping yourself with the knowledge and skills to heighten your experience on the trail! So, follow us to these resources to start yourself on the trail to being a
Yesterday NYSORVA’s President attended a DEC UMP public meeting in Brasser Falls. It was well attended by mostly ATV’ers. There were 10 different speakers. The DEC prepared a powerpoint presentation outlining the policies for that region. From the start they cut right to the recreation portion of their presentation, of which was there policy for ATV’s on Brasser forest, knowing that
We have been meeting with the DMV, in an effort to promote ATV Safety throughout the State. We are requesting that the DMV allow NYSORVA to display flyers or posters at all DMV locations. Each directing them to the www.nysafety.net website that NYSORVA sponsors. Also, we are requesting that similar information be sent with the ATV renewal notices.
Current News By Region for June 2010: Welcome to the latest addition of NYSORVA News. As you look to this year’s riding season. Here’s a look at what NYSORA has been busy doing in the off season. First, we are almost ready to announce our selection for club liability insurance. Countless hours have been spent making sure the coverage fits
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