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This group/club is for everything to do with Powersports such as ATV's, SxS's, Dirt Bikes, etc..

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  2. Cowboy Denny

    Arctic Cat

    Everything Powersports made by Arctic Cat
  3. Family Oriented BOG Rules: NO CHAINS NO GLASS CONTAINERS NO FIGHTING NO WEAPONS DOGS ON LEASH Cost: $10 donation Kids 12 and under are free FREE Rustic Camping
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    Event hosted by Outlaw Graphics PRICE: FREE SxS/ATV Races, Drags, Obstacle Courses, Swap Meet, Mud Bogging, BountyHole, Show and Shine, Best Lights, 1 HUGE Event Packed into the greatest american holiday weekend. OVER 125 Acres with camping and MUD pits.
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    FREE but looking for a $5 donation but not required SxS Parts swap meet from 9am to noon with group rides starting around noon. Fast guides and Slow guides will be available for both destinations. Merritt Auction house bar and grill and the Tippy Canoe Bar and Grill are the destinations our guides will be traveling to and from. NOTE: Your guide chooses your route so treat them well and they might show you the good stuff
  6. This is officially the 3rd annual Blessing of the ORV's. In the past on average 150 ORV's attend. Following the official blessing there will be organized rides with the official DNR ORV permits. These runs will be held to a safe number of participants and cover the existing trails as well as new federal roads if opened in time. The event will be held at Skinner Park in Irons
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    Event by Port Huron Motorcycle Club no gate fee on Test-n-Tune days $25 per machine (adult) $20 per machine (child)
  8. I'd like to start off my saying, I know there are pro's and con's for every Side by Side that is made but would like to get some of your opinions and experiences with each make and model. I also titled this with 2021 in the title so the model is from 2021 and older since many companies make improvements that either go to the pro side or the con side for everyone.
  9. This is pretty cool and wanted to share the video. Not sure how to describe it besides looks like a lot of fun but it does have 140hp on land and water. That could be fun! Speed on Land is around the average of 50mph which is usually enough to have some fun on the trails Speed on Water is around 45mph which also can be fun. Fuel Capacity is 15 gallons Wheelbase: 70.5in 4 cyl Engine 4 wheel disc brakes
  10. Cleaning the air filter on your ATV is one crucial maintenance measure a rider should take. The presence and function of the air intake in a vehicle are so vital that once it gets damaged, the vehicle engine potentially becomes exposed to all manner of things. If you don’t have enough information on how to clean an ATV air filter, below is a compiled essential tips to follow to achieve a great result with little or no cost. Why You Need to Clean Air Filter The air filter on your ATV carries out an essential function of preventing the accumulation of dirt. Hence, if you fail to clean the air filter, the piston could damage, and the carburetor blocks up. Besides, failing to clean the air filter allows dirt, debris, small sticks, sand, sand, and pebbles, which the air intake prevents from gaining access to the engine, leading to engine malfunction. In the same way, the engine won’t cool, and breakdown is inevitable. Steps To Clean ATV Air Filter Cleaning your air filter after every ride is unnecessary. Needless to say that it’s essential you check the air filter during routine maintenance. Besides, the hour meter is a great device to check the standard hourly intervals to clean or replace your air filter. Alternatively, read through the owner manual to know the general and specific recommendations about your ATV air filter. It’s essential to find out where the air filter is located around the ATV. Typically the air filter sits right under the seat. It comes in the form of a foam or paper filter. The method of cleaning the air filter depends on the type of air filter on the ATV. Wear all safety gear, that is, the gloves when cleaning your air filter, especially the foam and HEPA types. Some of the cleaning solvents, including toxins and other carcinogens, are harmful to your skin. Generally, there are three steps to clean an air filter. Each of these steps comes with proper care and should be taken seriously. Step 1: Cleaning ATV Air Filter Cleaning Paper Air Filter If the air filter on your ATV is the paper type, you can use only a combination of water and cleaning agents to clean it. Paper filters cannot withstand the harshness of abrasive brushes or compressed air drying. They are harsh on the material of this type of filter. To prevent damage to your filter and potential harm to your ATV engine, always go for thorough air dry on a paper filter. Cleaning ATV Air Filter Unlike the paper air filter type, the foam filter comes with a solid material capable of resistance to hard washing. Hence, rather than the easy-way-out kind of work you’ll put in when cleaning a paper ATV, the foam type requires some more work and steps. Yet, you can wash it by hand. Don’t use any soap or detergent. Don’t scrub the material. Use a safer, compatible, and recommended solution. Procedure: Get a bucket filled with water Mix with an appropriate cleaning agent Start to hand wash. This step requires serious care and caution. This is because any hand washing can cause unseen damage. Gently wring and rub out the dirt solution from the filter. Rinse with clean water Air-dry the filter completely. Do not put the air filter under any other unnatural drying device, such as laundry dryer, hairdryer, or heat gun. This tells you that it takes some time after cleaning before you fix the air filter for use on your dirt bike. Step 2: Cleaning the Air Box After cleaning the air filter, you’ve only completed one part of the process. The second part is to also attend to your ATV air box. The box is the part of your ATV that houses a lot of gunk, debris, sticks, and pebbles. It requires thorough cleaning so that it doesn’t return residual dirt and dust to the filter. Just as you clean the air filter, use a solvent with water to get rid of the dirt. Although you’ll need to exert some energy because it’s sticky, that shouldn’t discourage you from carrying out a thorough cleaning on it. To prevent the airbox from taking in a lot of water, solvent, or retaining residual gunk and debris, use airbox lid when cleaning it. Step 3: Oiling the Air Filter The last but not the least of the three-step cleaning of your ATV air filter is to oil the filter. Failing to carry out this step is taken as not cleaning the air filter at all. So, it’s essential. Don’t forget, after cleaning and air drying the air filter, it’s now a dehydrated item and will require that you lubricate it before replacing it to the engine. You can massage the oil around the filter, but don’t forget to put on your gloves. Alternatively, you can pour some oil into a bag while you roll the air filter inside it to cover all parts of its body. It is essential to ensure even oiling of the elements of the filter. Otherwise, it’ll affect the proper functioning of the material. The process continues with the wringing out of excess oil that may have found its way into the air filter. Allow the filter to air dry for at least 30 minutes until it gets gluey. Apply rim grease around the filter’s rim before replacing the air filter to the ATV. There’s an alternative way out of the air filter oiling procedure. Using a pre-oiled air filter will save you all the sometimes messy option of having to clean and oil the filter around. This means that as soon as your oil filter is blocked, you’ll need to remove and replace it immediately. Many riders prefer this type of air filter. If that suits your budget, why not go with it? Frequently Asked Questions Can you clean an air filter with brake cleaner? No, you can’t. I’ll say you shouldn’t. Break cleaners are too harsh and hard on the skin of ATV air filter. It’ll scratch away the excellent material that the filter is made of and wash them away. The result is that your air filter becomes useless. Instead, use the blend of mild soap and warm water to clean your air filter. The excellent air filter cleaner is the K&N. When drying the filter after cleaning, it’s not advisable to use compressed air. This is because it’s capable of creating tiny holes into the filter through which debris and dirt can enter and cause damage. Can you wash an air filter? There’s no direct answer to the question. It depends on the type of air filter your dirt bike or ATV is using. If it’s a paper or disposable air filter, you can only replace it. However, permanent or foam cleaners are washable and can be cleaned. The best way to wash your permanent reusable air filter is by vacuuming. The time vacuuming can’t correctly work when your filter has accumulated so much grime or gunk. Can I wash a HEPA filter? Sure, you can. But don’t use water on a HEPA filter except it’s the washable type. You can rinse this type of filter using cold water. However, a permanent HEPA filter should be cleaned by using the vacuum method. Conclusion You’ll be surprised by the amount of money you’d have saved by going the DIY way of cleaning your ATV air filter. There are things you need to do and put in place as a rider. It’s not just enough to ride; you need to listen to the sound of your ATV engine. Before and at the end of every trip, carry out a random inspection on your ATV to ensure that your air filter is in good condition. You can have as many as possible air filters in your garage. When installing the air filter, make sure you follow every detail of the procedure for doing that. Please let me say that the health of the air filter is the health of your ATV, and a sturdy ATV guarantees a fun ride.
  11. I have been researching Side by Sides and have some experience with owning a 2019 Can-Am 1000 Maverick Trail. We very much enjoyed our Can-Am but because of unfortunate events that happened in our life we had to part ways and need to get rid of debt as quick as possible so gave it away for way less than I put into it but it went to a good home in Montana. So notes I would mention in regards to the Can-Am Maverick Trail 1000 DPS I would mention that the 50" wide SxS, no matter what brand, is they are very tippy, especially with one person in the vehicle. Also with the Can-Am in the summer time it gets really hot and loud which I am assuming is because of the engine. The seat sits pretty low which wasn't any issue driving but came into an issue when you wanted to plow. You can't really see the plow when sitting down. Not the best vehicle for plowing with but plenty of power to push any amount of snow. I loved the long wheelbase and it just coasted over bumps. I broke my back in the military and driving the Can-Am 1000 Maverick Trail all day it didn't bother my back at all. If I ride an ATV for an hour and my back is in a lot of pain which is the main reason I went to a SxS is for the back support and comfort. Many ask me if I would go back to a Can-Am when I am ready financially to jump back into a Side by Side and the answer is no. Here in Michigan the amount of 50" only trails are very slim and we mainly go with groups which include mainly larger side by sides. I like many of the Side by Sides but after researching all the forums and the utility of a side by side I am leaning on the Honda Pioneer 1000-5 Limited edition mainly because I plan on using my Side by Side as a utility vehicle around our 9 acres but want to go with the groups on trails. No other Side by Side gets the high reliability marks as Honda in general and nothing out tows a Honda. Now its not going to win any races but reliability is very important to me. 2020 Honda® Pioneer 1000-5 Limited Edition, 2020 Honda® Pioneer 1000-5 Limited Edition PIONEERING PERFORMANCE. When it comes to side-by-sides, Honda’s Pioneers are the machines you can count on for work or play. What sets our top-of-the-line Pioneer 1000 family apart? Smart technology. Superior materials. Refined engineering. And something nobody else can match: Honda’s well-earned and world-famous reputation for reliability and overall quality. Our 2020 Honda Pioneer 1000 lineup is a perfect example. Task or trail, these great side-by-sides get it right the first time in terms of comfort, handling, hauling, and user-friendly features. You can choose from five models this year: The Pioneer 1000 and Pioneer 1000 Deluxe let you bring two friends or coworkers along, while our trio of five-seat Pioneer 1000-5 models let you take the whole team. Everybody aboard is going to enjoy the ride. Features may include: I-4WD The Pioneer 1000 Limited Edition showcases our exclusive I-4WD system. Think “I” for “Intelligent,” because that’s exactly what it is. An industry-first brake-traction control system for side-by-sides, it simplifies operation, increases drivability and optimizes traction. Using proven, advanced technology from Honda’s automotive division, you get the benefits associated with a locked front differential with none of the downsides. That means it maintains front-wheel traction even if one wheel wants to spin on ice or mud or if it’s in a hole. But at the same time, you get the lighter steering, better tracking at high speeds, tighter turning radius, and reduced kickback associated with unlocked front differentials. POWERFUL 999cc TWIN-CYLINDER ENGINE When you know the power you need is always at the ready, every drive is an enjoyable experience. And that’s precisely what you get out of the class-leading 999cc liquid-cooled inline twin. Using the same Unicam® cylinder head design found in our motocross bikes, it’s more compact in size, and it still delivers the kind of horsepower and torque you’d expect from a flagship model. 2000-POUND TOWING CAPACITY Call it 2000 pounds, or call it 1 ton. Either way, the towing capacity of the Pioneer 1000 is unsurpassed by any competitor. So instead of hopping on the tractor or taking out the truck, you can stay right in your side-by-side and tackle those bigger jobs with relative ease. CHASSIS AND SUSPENSION Prepare to go further than ever before. Our refined chassis enables you to tackle terrain others would shy away from, with larger tires, long-travel independent front and rear suspension and huge ground clearance. The rubber mounted engine and exhaust system insulates against excessive vibration, and on the 1000-5 model, self-leveling rear suspension compensates for changing loads Comparing them side by side
  12. discussions from the community owning artic cat equipment.
  13. A group/community helping others with Polaris
  14. Need help with your Grizzly, this is a great resource/community where many members are waiting to help you find the answer you are looking for
  15. A great resource/community to help you with your Can-Am.
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    This is a advance pace ride meant for sport SxS and ATV's We will be parking trucks and trailers and leaving from the north end of the Little Bear East Arena in St Ignace at 8:30AM Saturday morning returning Sunday evening. We will be riding to Magnuson Grand Hotel Lakefront Paradise
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    mitreadhead is hosting the Spring Mush ride. Time to get the season Started. Starting in Indian River at 9:00 AM sharp. An all day ride Saturday through the trails and back roads with a lunch and fuel stop. Sunday there will be a shorter ride starting at 9:30 ending by 2 PM Normally there is lots of mud and water from the snow melt this time of year.
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    Had a great time. After our first experience with mitreadheads my wife and I would recommend becoming a member and going on some rides with the group. Everyone is very friendly and the ride was very well organized which has to be difficult with two different ride groups (advanced and moderate pace) and having so many machines to keep organized and going. There was 104 machines in advanced paced and 60 in moderate pace. For $25 a person it was a great deal which included lunch. 955BE6A2-E601-4B04-AC94-84445745DB38.MOV 258E0D7B-6D9C-48FF-B8D3-842399F7B686.MOV
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    11th MICHIGAN TREADHEAD ORV COLOR RIDE OCT 12-11, 2019 Communication will be on the GMRS Ch-2 (462.5875 MHz) for the group to listen. GPX files that we load into our GAIA GPS are attached Also is the overview map for those that would rather try and follow along on the image Registration starts at 7:00am and ends at 8:45 for Advance, 9am for Moderate pace. Truck & Trailer parking on Bundy Road (shown below) MORNING LINE UP TWO OPTIONS ADVANCE PACE RIDE designed for Sport SxS and quads. Registration starts at 7:00am and ends at 8:45am at the Hometown Inn. After registration you will line up at designated locations, on the map above its on the right in orange. We will be riding to Atlanta for lunch at about NOON, 58 miles. Gas up in town before or after you eat and line up when done with both. From there we will take on a different route heading back to Indian River, 68 miles. Total of 130 miles MODERATE PACE RIDE a little slower and shorter Registration starts at 7:00am and ends at 9:00am at the Hometown Inn. Morning Line Up Map Will leave at 9:30 sharp and will follow the same route to Atlanta as the Advance group for lunch, 58 miles. Gas up in town before or after you eat and line up when done with both, see Lunch Line Up Map. and return to Indian River on a slightly different route of 60 miles returning around 5PM. LUNCH LINE UP MAP Have a breakdown that can't be fixed, you can call Chatter's Towing at 989-785-2050 for pick-up. Leave Safe Stopping distance between machines and ride single file. Always make sure the machine behind you sees where you turn. Have your headlights on at all times. LOW BEAMS ONLY, no blinding light bars Watch behind you for cars passing you on main roads. Watch for other mixed traffic on the roads and routes. Pull as far to the right as possible when stopping, far right! Start with a full gas tank and fill up in Atlanta. Take it easy on road shoulders, do not tear them up! Remember someone is behind you; try not to shoot debris at them. Make sure you turn your machine # tag in when finishing the ride. Have Fun, Ride Safe! Michigan weather can change fast, rain, snow or end of the world, we still ride! Bring winter outer wear and dress warm. A good pair of boots, gloves, goggles or face shield, a helmet liner and rain suite are highly recommended. You should also carry something to drink and a snack. All riders must know and obey the basic rules for ORV use on Michigan roads Our guides will be in front and end of the line and ready to assist you. Have fun, be safe! Dave G. Any questions about the 2019 All Four Michigan Fall Ride e-mail dave@mitreadhead.com Fall_AM_AP.gpx Fall_PM_EP.gpx Fall_PM_AP.gpx
  20. I have two boys that love to run there four wheelers around our 9 acres but watching them drive reckless (like they are unstoppable) made me gather some videos I wanted them to watch to bring them back to reality and show them other kids that also thought they were unstoppable until they were stopped dead in there tracks. Girl, 12, dies after ATV crash Up North, organs donated https://www.fox2detroit.com/news/360778440-video 14-year-old boy dies in ATV crash Police: 14-year-old boy dies in Bethlehem ATV crash https://www.wtnh.com/news/police-14-year-old-boy-dies-in-bethlehem-atv-crash/ 14 year old dies in ATV accident https://www.kveo.com/news/local-news/14-year-old-dies-in-atv-accident/ PGPD chief: This is a tragic situation | 8-year-old boy dies after ATV accident in Temple Hills 7-year-old boy dies after ATV crash in western Kansas, highway patrol says https://www.kentucky.com/news/article228117694.html 9-year-old girl killed in ATV crash https://www.fox13news.com/news/414328015-video Waverly boy killed Sunday in Schuyler County ATV crash https://www.pressconnects.com/videos/news/local/2017/08/01/video-motorcycle-deaths-numbers/104173498/ 12-year-old Belgrade boy dies in ATV crash near Three Forks https://gftrib.com/2Nh0vXd
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    Camping at Hotel (base camp): Hometown Inn The 2019 All-4 Michigan Fall Color Ride leaving Indian River on October 12th 2019 at 9:00AM sharp. » TICKETS FOR THE 2019 FALL COLOR RIDE ARE ON SALE NOW! « Registration starts at 7:00am and ends at 8:45, at the Hometown Inn SATURDAY 10/12/2019 ADVANCE PACE RIDE designed for Sport SxS and quads. Registration starts at 7:00am and ends at 8:45 at the Hometown Inn. We will be riding to Atlanta for lunch at about NOON (which is included with registration fee). From there we will ride North up to past Millersburg and loop back through Millersburg for snacks and gas before heading back to Indian River. There is gas in Millersburg and Atlanta. Total of 130 miles MODERATE PACE RIDE a little slower and shorter will leave at 9:15 sharp and will follow the same route to Atlanta for lunch and return to Indian River at a slower pace returning around 5PM. Total 110 miles SUNDAY 10/13/2019 We will have a shorter Ride leaving at 9:30AM and returning by 3PM. COST Tickets are per person include guided ride and a buffet lunch.$5 for each ticket sold will be donated to the National MS Society, Michigan Chapter PREPARE (What ever shall I wear?) What to bring? You must bring a signed waiver for each person driving or riding. (waivers will be sent with tickets) All drivers and riders must wear helmet and Eye Protection, except for side by side with seat belts and roll cages. All machines must be checked in and tagged with a number. Make sure ALL DRIVERS CHECK BACK IN at the end of the ride by dropping off your numbered tag. All machines must be in good working order and meet noise standards. All machines must have PROPER LICENSE & PERMITS available locally or on-line You Need Both: License Fee to ride on non-private property, $26.25 & Trail permit for state designated trails & routes $10.00 Bring winter outer wear and dress warm. A good pair of boots, gloves, goggles or face shield, a helmet liner and rain suite are highly recommended. Michigan weather can change fast, rain, snow or end of the world, we still ride! You should also carry something to drink and a snack. Our guides will be in front and end of the line and ready to assist you. All riders must know and obey the basic rules for ORV use on Michigan roads (CLICK HERE FOR ORV OPERATING HANDBOOK & LAWS)
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    Max Vehicles:10 Min Vehicles:5 Cost:$275 per person Location: Hungry Valley SVRA This clinic is specifically designed to meet the needs of novice off-highway drivers or someone with a bit of experience who is looking for a more complete understanding. In the class we will cover basic information about 4WD vehicles (just enough to understand what is going on). We will cover a lot of safety and environmental concerns. But the largest part of the class is driving technique to get you through a variety of terrain. A handout of the material covered is provided. Here is a list of items we will cover: Off Road Vehicles, How 4WD Works, Driving Technique, Safety, Pre Run Check, Survival & Peace of Mind Kits, Options & Accessories, Overview of options for getting unstuck, Post Trip maintenance, Trail Etiquette & Tread Lightly. The class does not address vehicle build-up options and issues. This class is a prerequisite for Getting Started Off-Road Driving - Day 2. The class will answer these questions and many more questions: How do you avoid damage to an expensive vehicle? What is the critical difference you need to understand about operation of 4WD systems? What do you need to avoid, when descending a steep Hill? What impact does an automatic transmission have on off-road driving? How can you improve your traction by 250%? How deep can you safely cross water? What is the most important safety item you can bring? What are 10 ways to effect vehicle recovery? Each vehicle will receive a copy of Jim Allen's Book "Four-Wheeler's Bible". Retail price on this book is $34.99. This 200 plus page book is chock full of color pictures to illustrate how it works, what to do, and what to avoid. You need a stock SUV or 4WD vehicle with 4 low range capability. All wheel drive vehicles that do not have a 2 speed transfer case are not appropriate for the class. Two examples of vehicles that are not appropriate for the class include Subaru Forester and the Honda Ridgeline. The class is about 4 hours of classroom and 4 hours of behind the wheel practice. Hungry Valley has a practice area for 4WD that we will use. Everyone has a lot of fun. It is a great way to learn about your vehicle and build confidence. The class is limited to 10 vehicles. more info
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    Max Vehicles:10 Min Vehicles:5 Cost:$275 per person Location: Hungry Valley SVRA This clinic is specifically designed to meet the needs of novice off-highway drivers or someone with a bit of experience who is looking for a more complete understanding. In the class we will cover basic information about 4WD vehicles (just enough to understand what is going on). We will cover a lot of safety and environmental concerns. But the largest part of the class is driving technique to get you through a variety of terrain. A handout of the material covered is provided. Here is a list of items we will cover: Off Road Vehicles, How 4WD Works, Driving Technique, Safety, Pre Run Check, Survival & Peace of Mind Kits, Options & Accessories, Overview of options for getting unstuck, Post Trip maintenance, Trail Etiquette & Tread Lightly. The class does not address vehicle build-up options and issues. This class is a prerequisite for Getting Started Off-Road Driving - Day 2. The class will answer these questions and many more questions: How do you avoid damage to an expensive vehicle? What is the critical difference you need to understand about operation of 4WD systems? What do you need to avoid, when descending a steep Hill? What impact does an automatic transmission have on off-road driving? How can you improve your traction by 250%? How deep can you safely cross water? What is the most important safety item you can bring? What are 10 ways to effect vehicle recovery? Each vehicle will receive a copy of Jim Allen's Book "Four-Wheeler's Bible". Retail price on this book is $34.99. This 200 plus page book is chock full of color pictures to illustrate how it works, what to do, and what to avoid. You need a stock SUV or 4WD vehicle with 4 low range capability. All wheel drive vehicles that do not have a 2 speed transfer case are not appropriate for the class. Two examples of vehicles that are not appropriate for the class include Subaru Forester and the Honda Ridgeline. The class is about 4 hours of classroom and 4 hours of behind the wheel practice. Hungry Valley has a practice area for 4WD that we will use. Everyone has a lot of fun. It is a great way to learn about your vehicle and build confidence. The class is limited to 10 vehicles. more info
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    http://thetrailhero.com/ Trail Hero is built around joining together the drive for more access and awareness to our trail system and sport. With the combination of 4 days of wheeling trails from mild to wild and our themed days, to provide those less fortunate the opportunity to the great outdoors; Trail Hero is truly built with everyone in mind. Once done with the trails, participants can enjoy other aspects of our sport by attending various features throughout the week like the Night Rock Crawl, Endurance Rock Race, and Bounty Hill, all of which have start times later in the day so you can enjoy your trail ride. The idea is that we provide rock sports entertainment from every aspect of our industry so that after the trails are done, people are not left with an empty day. This entertainment is open to the public and free of charge; however if you would like, both UPLA and U4WDA will be onsite collecting donations to aid our fight for land use local to the state of Utah. Registering for trails is easy, just pick out what trails you want to run. For information on each trail, click on the lowercase " i ". If you are in a group, you can buy more than one trail at a time. Just leave the names of the drivers the comments box so we can put it in our records. Prices and inclusion are listed below. Regisiter today as trails have population limts and once full, trails will be closed to further participation. Lastly, if there is a trail that you really want to be on but is full, call and let us know. We'll do our best to work with you on developing more opportunities. All participants MUST check in once at Registration prior to their first trail. We will give you Vehicle Passes for the Park so that you don't have to pay. All paid participants will receive an e-mail reminder of their trails roughly one month prior to the event. Please print these out and bring them to Registration to make the process quicker. Early Registration via website=$50 Per Vehicle per Trail (Early Registration closes October 3rd) On Site/Late Registration=No Late Fees for 2018 No refunds, absent driver's regeistration fees will be donated to UPLA On Site Registration location: Location: Hurricane Recreation Center: 63 South 100 West, Hurricane, UT 84737 Same Day/On Site Registration opens each day at: Morning Shift Wednesday through Saturday 7 am to 10:00 am ::: Evening Shift opens Tuesday through Friday at 5 pm to 8 pm Trail Pre-Registration includes: Event Shirt Discount (To be given at the event), 1 Catered Dinner During Closing Ceremonies on Saturday Night Vehicle Staging for Trails: Everyday at various times and locations in downtown Hurricane, Trail Guides leaving promptly at their given departure time for trails rated 1-5. Trails have a listed Staging Location and Departure Time. Registered Participants will be sent a reminder 1 month prior to the event. Be staged and ready by 30 minutes before departure, late arrival may mean that you miss your trail ride with no refunds. Remote Staging at the Park for people staying at Sand Hollow, (For Trails listed with a difficulty rating of 6-10) On Site Amenities: Restrooms, Vendor Show, Food Vendor ("The Beach" Located Lakeside, Sonny Boys BBQ), Parking, Vehicle Recovery Team, Wet and Dry Camping Click our online form to Register for the event. Get involved now because trails have vehicle population limits and once full, will be unavailable On Site Camping: http://stateparks.utah.gov/parks/sand-hollow/ Southern Utah Weather In Early October, Hurricane Utah can still have a high of the Mid to low 80's with an average low of 50. Rain becomes more prevalent later in the month from the middle to end of October. The Mid 80's makes Hurricane a perfect wheeling destination during the early part of October. Furthermore, the fall colors start changing the scenery into a picturesque experience. Southern Utah is known widely for it's color country and October is the climax of the change from Summer to Fall Colors. Tourist Locations Zion National Park (25 miles) and the Grand Canyon National Park (100 miles) are within driving distance from Hurricane, Utah. Southern Utah also enjoys Snow Canyon State Park, Red Rock Desert Reserve, and various other outdoor activities to experience while you are at Trail Hero. ** DISCLAIMER** All participants need to show up to registration PRIOR to riding on their trails!!! Full Event Itinerary: Tuesday, October 2nd: 5pm-8pm: Registration Opens At the Trail Hero Kick Off-Party: Sand Hollow Off-Road (59 N. 3700 W., Hurricane, Utah 84737) 6pm-9pm: Trail Hero Kick Off Party: Sand Hollow Off-Road Wednesday, October 3rd: 7am: Registration Opens (Hurricane Rec Center: 63 South 100 West, Hurricane, UT 84737) 6:30am: Trail Rides (Tuweep Day trip starts at 6:30, other trails start at various times, please see Trails to verify) 12 noon: Special Needs Access Lunch and Trail Ride 2pm: Lasernut Rock Race Begins at Sand Hollow (Free to the Public) 5pm-8pm: Registration Opens (Hurricane Rec Center) 9pm: State Park Front Gate Closes Thursday, October 4th: 7am: Registration Opens (Hurricane Rec Center) 6:30am: Trail Rides (Tuweep Day trip starts at 6:30, other start at various times, please see Trails to verify) 9am: Veterans Breakfast at Zion Harley Davidson (2345 N Coral Canyon Blvd, Washington, UT 84780) 10am: Veterans Access Trail leaves Zion Harley Davidson 2pm: W.E.ROCK Rock Crawl begins at Sand Hollow (Free to the Public) 7pm - 10pm: Rock Sports Gala (Invite Only, interested parties Contact Us) 5pm-8pm: Registration Opens (Hurricane Rec Center) 9pm: State Park Front Gate Closes Friday, October 5th: 7am: Registration Opens (Hurricane Rec Center) 6:30am: Trail Rides (Tuweep Day trip starts at 6:30, other start at various times, please see Trails to verify) 2pm - 8pm: Bounty Hill Open to All (Charitable Event for UPLA ) 2pm-7pm: All-Pro Trail Breaker begins at Sand Hollow (Free to the Public) 12:30 Tech (Registration MUST be completed prior to September 1st) Located On Site at Sand Hollow State Park in the Vendor Row. 1:00 Driver's Meeting at Event Stage 1:30 Vehicle Staging (All teams must be staged and ready) 1:45 Team Introductions 2:00 National Anthem with the start of the event promptly after 5pm-8pm: Registration Opens (Hurricane Rec Center) 9pm: State Park Front Gate Closes Saturday, October 6th: 7am: Registration Opens (Hurricane Rec Center) 8am: Trail Rides and Group Picture Closing Ceremonies and Vendor Show (Free to the Public) 2pm: Start of Activities downtown Hurricane, Utah 9pm: End of Activities The Trail Hero Tour: Trails?! Yeah, we got those. Entertainment?! Yeah, We got that. With 80 trails from mild to wild over 4 days of wheeling, and Rock Sports Industry entertainment following each day; we have exactly what you want. Make sure to hit our event... October 2nd-6th at Sand Hollow State Park in Hurricane, Utah
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    Come start off in the New Year right wheelin at our first event of 2018.
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