Welcoming members Since 2002
Welcome to North Idaho's ATV
North Idaho ATV Association,
Inc. consists of people from all walks of life. Appreciating our
forest lands, while we promote the fun and enjoyment that the A.T.V. and
UTV's have to offer. Riding
trails responsibly and respectfully within the boundaries. North Idaho has many trails and forestry roads
available to enjoy.
Constantly increasing our ATV club membership has enabled us to actively
support our rights to the use public lands, by working with the local
authorities to keep trails & roads available for recreational use.
Family's are encouraged to join.
If you are planning to visit any of the North Idaho or Eastern Washington
cities like Spokane, Veradale, Liberty Lake, Post Falls, Coeur d'Alene,
Hayden Lake, Spirit Lake, or Athol area you are closer then you know to some
great ATV riding trails.
All make and model ATV's and UTV's are welcome to ride with us.
The ATV club membership meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the
Ironhorse Restaurant conference room in downtown CDA at 7pm. Majority
of our events are posted here on our website as well. We have club
rides and monthly meetings scheduled each month. Campouts, and other
activities planned throughout the year.
on the bottom left section of the page
For contact information
Click here. Any of the
members listed will be able to answer questions or suggest local trails
It's time to
renew your membership
Membership renewals are due by April 1st, 2015
If you joined after November 1st, 2014
you’re paid up until April of 2016
(For existing members only)
send your dues online
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Members can also mail your dues to:
N.I. ATV Association
PO Box 1781
Hayden, ID 83835
ID cards will be handed out for those who
have renewed at the April Membership meeting.
All new members must use this
in order to join for the first time.
Liberty Lake ORV Park
ride proved a good time for those who came out
See the Photo
Slide Show and the short Video
is moving forward!
The House Transportation and Defense Committee
unanimously passed the Bill H129 and sent it on to
be voted on by the House of Representatives.
In a few days the entire House of Representative
will vote, when passed, it will be sent to the
Senate Transportation Committee and then onto the
complete Senate Floor for a vote.
The Bill H129 seems to have enough support,
contacting the remaining legislators might not be
necessary. However keep an eye on website for
any updated information.
HB129 was presented by Rep.
Terry Gestrin. The purpose of HB129 is to allow OHVs to travel on and cross numbered state highways
within cities where the speed limit is 45 or less,
unless closed by the city. And give ITD the
authority to make legal crossing outside city limits
where they choose to.
Thank you to all those who took the time to send the
Hoodoo Cafe welcomed riders
Feb 21st, 2015
Photos now available
2015 Ride Schedule is out!
Other rides will be announced throughout the year, so check
the website often for additions and changes to the
ride and event schedule
|Dear Off-Road Enthusiasts,
The Federal Government wants to design your next
off-road side-by-side vehicle by mandating handling and
performance capabilities and requiring excessive and
potentially unsafe restraint systems. If not halted, the
mandate will limit the off-road community's options.
Your immediate action is needed now. By reaching out to
your elected officials and letting them know you oppose
this mandate, together we can halt this regulation, but
you must act now. We only have 75 days to act,
and tell Congress and the CPSC that their mandates are
not right for the off-road.
As a unified off-road community, we can protect our
right to ride for today and the future.
Learn More And Speak Out Today
© 2014 Polaris Industries Inc.
2100 Highway 55, Medina, MN 55340, USA |
Yamaha announces they
new UTV on the way!
Read more about it
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North Idaho ATV Members
recommend helmets be warn during all ATV rides.
Going Riding today?
Checkout the weather in the
Coeur d'Alene area below:
North Idaho ATV Association,
Po Box 1781
Hayden, Idaho 83835
Friday March 06, 2015
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