They have also been working with state agencies in both Washington and Oregon in the development of two OHV Parks one in each state. In Oregon working alongside with The Oregon Department of Forestry they are in the process of developing Oregon’s newest OHV Park called “Nicolai Mountain”. In Washington State they have been working with The Washington Department of Natural Resources in the development and maintenance of “Bradley Trail OHV Park and have been instrumental in helping to obtain Corporate and state grants for these parks development.
Dirt Church ATV promotes themselves as a more mature group of riders whose average age is about 43. Their goal is to educate the public of the damages to the environment caused by “bush whacking” threw the forest or riding on unsanctioned trails.
This group is not a club per say as they charge no membership dues or fees and do not require members to attend meetings. They act as an information portal to provide riders with current information about their sport, and offer the tools needed to enable members to meet with other members, plan or host rides, or to keep abreast of changes to local trail information.
If you are looking for a great way to discover new trials and meet other riders in your area Dirt Church ATV is the answer. You can find their website at www.dirtchurchatv.com for further information contact Ray Brown at 503-753-7334 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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ATV / UTV riding group based out of Oregon and Washington state who promote the safe use of ATV's as a form of family recreation