Dirt Rider - - Tear Offs -

Ev­ery­where in this coun­try, the op­por­tu­ni­ties for you to ride your dirt bike on public lands are in de­cline. Now more than ever, each of us needs to ask our­selves what are we do­ing today to help stop the loss and keep our ac­cess open.

Every day, across this coun­try, our public land man­age­ment agen­cies are flooded with le­gal ac­tions filed by en­vi­ron­men­tal and anti-mo­tor­ized ac­cess groups to shut you out. To do your part you ab­so­lutely must par­tic­i­pate in each and every public meet­ing those agen­cies hold and write and pre­pare your own public com­ments stat­ing why your ac­cess is im­por­tant to you. Fi­nally, per­son­ally en­gage with those land man­age­ment agen­cies con­cern­ing those plans and de­ci­sions they are de­vel­op­ing and have a voice in en­sur­ing your rid­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties will con­tinue.

Tell us what you’ve done, in one short sen­tence. It’s not brag­ging; it’s in­spir­ing oth­ers to join in and help grow the health of the sport. In­clude your name and city/state, and send it to dr­mail@bon­nier­corp.com. We might pub­lish what you send us and thank you.

This text has been ap­proved by the Trails Preser­va­tion Al­liance.

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