June 2018 NOHVCC Newsletter - race-deZert.com

June 2018 NOHVCC Newsletter


Strong Partnerships and Grant Funds Bring NOHVCC to the Battle Born State

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There are a lot of great things happening in OHV recreation in Nevada, and fortunately NOHVCC gets to tag along for the ride. The dedicated Commissioners and staff of the Nevada Commission on Off-Highway Vehicles spent much of 2017 recruiting worthy grant applicants to best utilize the funds that the commission manages for the public. These funds are collected from OHV registration fees and put back on the ground through OHV grant projects that benefit local enthusiasts.

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Meet Geoff Chain – NOHVCC’s New Project Coordinator!

Geoff Chain Riding

Hi there, I’m Geoff Chain, an OHV and outdoors enthusiast and the newest member of the NOHVCC team! They asked me to write a little blurb about myself so here’s what I came up with.

I was born and raised outside of Phoenix, Arizona when there used to still be farm fields and citrus groves. When I was around nine years old, my dad bought a basket case 1974 Yamaha TY-80 trials bike, which we rebuilt and thus begun a life-long passion for all things with a motor and wheels. I competed on the little TY before moving to England in 1999 where I graduated to a modern trials bike and began riding trials regularly on a farm we lived on.

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Hatfield-McCoy Trails: A Trail System For Economic Development


The Hatfield-McCoy Trail System in West Virginia is one of the preeminent success stories in off-highway vehicle (OHV) recreation.

No other OHV trail system surpasses it in terms of 1) the scope of its partnership between government and private landowners, 2) the length, quality and variety of riding opportunities it created for the public, 3) its adherence to safety and 4) the economic impact and diversification that has resulted since its first trail opened in 2001.

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Pennsylvania OHV Club Builds A Bridge With “Wow” Start-To-Finish


“A destination members can be proud to see and enjoy.”

That’s how an ATV club in Pennsylvania describes a project it completed last year. But it’s not a clubhouse, or a picnic area at a scenic overlook. It’s a bridge. A bridge built with ingenuity in its design, resourcefulness in its funding, and a great sense of pride by club members.

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Upcoming Events

Grand Rapids Michigan

June 22-24, 2018– Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Great Trails Workshop- Canon City

Canon City Website

July 13-15, 2018 Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Great Trails Workshop- Breckenridge

Breckenridge Website

August 14-18, 2018– NOHVCC and INOHVAA Annual Meeting

Grand Rapids, Michigan
Register Today

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