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Published On 4/25/2024
Meet at 4th of July parking lot at 8 AM, ride off at 8:15. Will be working on trail 800. Club has all tools. Please sign up.
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Published On 3/5/2024
The planned trail maintenance schedule for this year is now available.
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Published On 3/5/2024
The 2024 ride schedule is now available.
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Published On 10/10/2023
Ride from Mullan, Id, snowmobile parking lot to O Aces bar and grill, Montana. Meet at 9 am ride off at 9:30. Please sign up so we know the head count. All width machines. Probably the last ride for the year.
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Published On 9/13/2023
Another year of Trail Maintenance has gone by. The Volunteers completed work on Trails 800, 800A, 800B, 999, and 1516. These are in good to excellent shape except for the portion of 800 NE of the warming Hut which has sections that are partially brushed in. Brush work was done on this section of 800 but was not completed in 2023. This will be the main priority for 2024 to complete the brush clearing. Other work planned for 2024 is touch up on Trail 999 and other sections of 800.. Trail 3094 May also get some touch up work.

Thanks to the Volunteers Jeff Arhers, Dennis and Jeannie Falconer, Brent Lewis, Makenak Long, Larry May, Bryan Powers, Steve and Bev Powers, Keith Putnam, Rick Schrader, and Glenda and Joe Winters for Volunteering to perform Trail Maintenance, help review the new Forest Service Trail Maintenance Contract, and becoming Forest Service Chain Saw Certified.

NIATV Association and other Clubs need Volunteers to help keep the Trails open.

Larry
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Published On 8/3/2023
All width machines ride Saturday August 5 from 4th of July parking lot to Harrison. Meet at 9 am. Please sign up.
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Published On 7/23/2023
Meet at 8:30 am, ride off at 8:45. 4 th of July parking lot. Will be working on trail 800 NE of the Warming Hut. Trail is getting brushed in thus we have to keep it open for use. The club has all the tools. 50” max width machines only. If questions email me at lmay883@gmail.com. We will try to get back to the parking lot between 2 and 3 to beat the worst of the heat.
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Published On 7/15/2023
Meet at 4th of July parking lot at 9 am. Ride off at 9:30. Forest Service roads thus all width machines welcome. Some sections has brush so machines could get scratched. Will go to Mason Saddle, then Curran Saddle, next down road 3097 to road 413, and up to John Saddle. Next to Skookum Saddle, up to Monument Peak, back to Skookum, then to Wolf lodge,Saddle, to Marie Saddle then road 413 around to blacktop (a couple miles), next to parking lot. 60 t0 70 miles. Forecast is for hot weather. Please sign up on website.
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Published On 7/9/2023
Night ride Saturday July 15. Meet at Bunco parking. See sign up for details on this website.
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Published On 7/8/2023
Will be working on trail 800 down the backside from the warming hut. Meet at 8:00am, ride off at 8:15. Meet at 4th of July parking lot.

The club has the tools. Bring lunch and lots,of water.

50” max width machines. We need your help!
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Published On 7/2/2023
Meet at 4th of July parking lot at 9 am, ride off ar 9:30 am. About 60 miles, will be some brush thus machines could get scratches. 50” maximum width machines. Bring lunch and water, also gas as needed. Intermediate riders minimum. Will be late afternoon before back to parking lot.
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Published On 6/19/2023
Laird Park ride and campout coming up this weekend June 24/25. Please sign up if you are going, will be a fun time.
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Published On 6/5/2023
Meet at 4th of July parking lot at 8:30, ride of at 8:45 am. Will be working on trail 800. The club has all the tools. Bring water and lunch. 50” max width machines. Please sign up on this website.

Saturday June 3 we had five volunteers for trail maintenance. Thanks goes to Rick Schrader, Dennis Falconer, Jeff Arthurs, Steve Powers, and Larry May for for working on the trail. We removed brush and cleaned up down trees on the trail.
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Published On 6/5/2023
Meet at Bunco Parking lot at 9:00 am. For all size machines, Gas and lunch available at Clark Fork. Approximately 100 mile round trip. Ride on non maintained Forest service roads.

Please sign up on this website.
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Published On 5/30/2023
Trail maint this coming Saturday June 3. Meet at 4th of July parking lot on the N side at 8:30 am, ride off at 8:45. Hope to see you there. Oh please sign up!
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Published On 5/12/2023
Trail maint on Friday May 19 has been moved to Saturday May 20. Some of the volunteers have chain saw certification on Friday. Meet at 4th of July pass parkinglot at 8:30 am. Ride off at 8:45.

Joe and Glenda Winters , Steve Powers, Dennis Falconer, and Larry May worked today May 12 on a portion of trail 800.
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Published On 5/9/2023
Friday the 12th is suppose to be a nice day so we are going to do trail maint. Meet at 4th of July parking lot at 8:30.
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Published On 5/8/2023
Again we will try to get out on the trail for maintenance. The last two times we have been rained out. Meet at 8:30 am, ride,off at 8:45. Meet at 4th of July N parking lot. Friday May 19.
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Published On 4/24/2023
Trail maintenance Friday May 5 meet at 4th of July parking lot at 8:30 am. Ride off at 8:45.

April 21 trail maintenance was a bust due to weather and snow. Hopefully by May 5 the snow will have melted enough so we can work on the trails.
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Published On 4/11/2023
NIATV starts their trail maintenance season on April 21, Friday. Meet at the 4th of July parking lot at 8:30 am, ride off at 8:45. We will be working on the lower parts of trail 800. We may not get far due to snow. Bring gloves, water, and lunch. We have all the tools.

This is for 50” max machines. If you have a wider machine and want to come, call me (Larry 208 659 3641) and we will arrange a ride. Please sign up for the trail maintenance.

The next two maintenance days are May 5 Friday and May 19 Friday. In June we will have some Saturday days.
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Published On 2/19/2023
2023 ride schedule subject to change depending on conditions.
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Published On 1/6/2023
By the middle of Feb NIATV will be coming up with a lists of rides for summer of 2023. This will be rides that include trails thus 50” machines, and rides for all machines. If you have a route you would like to be on the list please email Dennis our club President, or myself, Larry, at lmay883@gmail.com. If you would like to be a ride leader, again let us know.

Remember being a ride leader you do not eat someone’s dust!

Also do not forget rides with campouts. On the campouts some arrive earlier in the week and spent more days riding.

Also, would anyone be interested in during the week rides? In the past they have been scheduled on Saturday.
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Published On 9/11/2022
Excellent ride yesterday Sept 10 from Wallace to Shefoot Peak which is about 6300 feet elevation. About 78 miles round trip. 19 machines. Thank you Dennis Falconer for leading the ride, and Rick and Colleen Schrader for tail dragging
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Published On 9/8/2022
On August 30, 2022 we completed the last day of trail maintenance for the year. The club put in 12 days of work. Trails 800, 800A, 800B, 999 and 1516 were completed. Go to the September 2022 newsletter for more info and pictures.
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Published On 2/14/2022
Hear is our ride schedule that we came up with this year. it looks like a few new rides some old rides but a lot of fun.
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Published On 4/8/2021
The Idaho Senate held a late session in to the evening last night. The result was overwhelming success for two of our initiatives. H86, which simplifies the sticker and registration process through IDPR, passed 35-0. It has now passed both chambers without a single no vote. H129, which allows expanded use of OHVs on public roads (including numbered state highways), passed 32-2. It has now passed both chambers, receiving only 2 no votes (in the Senate; nobody opposed in the House). I fully expect Governor Little will sign both bills inasmuch as they received such tremendous Legislative support. Thank you to each of you for the support you provided to ISATVA and IRC as we moved these bills forward on your behalf.
Best wishes,
David P. Claiborne, President
IDAHO STATE ATV ASSOCIATION, INC.
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Published On 10/23/2020
https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20201023005220/en/Polaris-Donates-97000-to-Off-Road-Organizations-With-T.R.A.I.L.S.-Grant
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Published On 4/4/2020
The Coeur d’Alene River Ranger District is seeking public comments on the Honey Badger Project. Objectives of the Honey Badger Project are to establish and maintain resilient forest stand structure and species composition; reduce the potential for high-intensity wildfire while promoting desirable fire behavior; improve water quality and aquatic habitats, and provide sustainable recreational opportunities. Detailed information and maps regarding conditions in the project area and the proposed activities are available online at the project website https://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=56220
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