We are happy to announce that the Seven Lakes Trailblazers RideTrails.org site has gone live! Seven Lakes Trailblazers is a New Hampshire based OHV club that has recently changed their name from the Moose Mountain ATV Club. They operate out of Wakefield, New Hampshire. Seven Lakes Trailblazers main focus is to maintain and grow their local trail system; working with local volunteers, town officials, and law enforcement. Visit their site at https://sevenlakestrailblazers.ridetrails.org today! Want to get a free site for your club or association? Just fill out the form at https://ridetrails.org/join/ to get started!Read More →

We are happy to announce that the Trail Riders Enthusiast Council (or TREC) RideTrails.org site has gone live! TREC is a South Carolina based OHV club whose mission is to bring riders together to promote, protect, and expand OHV opportunities in South Carolina. Unique to TREC’s site, they prominently display weather and trail conditions for local trails on their homepage and on their Trail Conditions page! Visit their site at https://trecsc.ridetrails.org/ today! Want to get a free site for your club or association? Just fill out the form at https://ridetrails.org/join/ to get started!Read More →

We are happy to announce that the Connecticut Off Road Enthusiasts Coalition (or COREC) RideTrails.org site has gone live! COREC is the OHV Association for the State of Connecticut. COREC is a non profit organization dedicated to lobbying and petitioning the politicians of Connecticut to designate land exclusively for use by it’s off road community. COREC is the second State Association using RideTrails to support their web operations and uses the newly-designed State Association template. Like other associations, COREC is using MemberPress to manage access to members-only content on their website, such as their user Forum. Visit their site at https://ctohvaccess.ridetrails.org/ today! Want to getRead More →

We are happy to announce that the Old Colony Trailblazers RideTrails.org site has gone live! Old Colony Trailblazers is an ATV/Dirt Bike club that was formed with the intent of banding together like minded OHV enthusiasts who are willing to work together to help create safe, legal OHV trails in Plymouth and Bristol counties in Massachusetts. Old Colony Trailblazers advocates for the development of safe and sustainable off-road vehicle trails, parks and events for the enjoyment of all while promoting an awareness and an appreciation of our natural resources. Old Colony Trailblazers is a fairly-new club, using their website as a starting-point for recruitment and advocacy forRead More →

We are happy to announce that the White Pine Riders ATV Club RideTrails.org site has gone live! White Pine Riders operates out of McGrath, Minnesota. Established in 2004, White Pine Riders keeps members up-to-date on ATV training, runs trail maintenance programs, and engages in community philanthropies. The White Pine Riders website started from the Mammoth template. Unique to this site is, through their use of MemberPress, they allow people with Family Membership to create sub-accounts for their other family members. That way they can maintain profiles of all people in a family and allow all family members to log in and participate in their clubRead More →

We are happy to announce that the NY ATV Safety RideTrails.org site has gone live! The New York State Off Road Vehicle Association (NYSORVA) and RideTrails.org has developed a new safety website for the state of New York. NYSORVA is responsible for maintaining a site with state registration and safety information that had not been updated in many years. We worked together to develop a new site that is clear, informative, and engages users about safety information. The NY ATV Safety website started from the Badlands template and is fully customized. This site features video safety content, training, and links to New York registration information.Read More →

We are happy to announce that the Sullivan County ATV Club RideTrails.org site has gone live! Sullivan County ATV Club operates out of Claremont, New Hampshire. Their club promotes responsible ATV use through education, activities, and recreation for their members. They strive to promote good conduct, sportsmanship, safety, and conservation while respecting private and public landowners and their property. Sullivan County ATV club is known for their trail work, connecting their members to legislative issues of note, and their philanthropies. The Sullivan County ATV Club website started from the Badlands template and is fully customized. Unique to their site is an extensive, custom section onRead More →

We are happy to announce that the Lawrence County Recreational Park RideTrails.org site has gone live! Lawrence County Recreational Park is an Indiana off-highway vehicle park. The Lawrence County Recreational Park features over 400 acres of user-designed trails for all riders. Trails run from novice to expert, meaning there is something to challenge everyone! Off-road rider training is available at LCRP. This program was developed by the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and has been used to train law enforcement and military personnel for years. Riders spend their class time with hands-on training, learning the techniques to stay safe, act responsibly and have fun while riding off-road motorcycles.Read More →

Howdy RideTrails community! You asked and we have delivered! We’re excited to announce that we have added two new features that can be integrated into your websites: Discussion Forums and Member Management! Additionally, we have created a new template geared toward larger organizations and State Associations! Want to take advantage of these new features? Email James@ridetrails.org and we will add the plugins and assist you with configuration! Forums Need a place for your members to discuss rides, post ads, or just shoot the breeze? We have integrated Asgaros Forum as the the discussion forum of choice. The forum tool: allows you to quickly set upRead More →

We are happy to announce that the Arizona Desert Riders’ RideTrails.org site has gone live! The Arizona Desert Riders are a Salome, AZ-based ATV/UTV organization with over 200 members.  Their organization holds bi-monthly club rides and holds regular desert cleanups to keep their trails and riding areas beautiful! The Arizona ATV Riders site uses the Badlands template with customization. Their site makes extensive use of integrated photo galleries that feed photos of their events from their Flickr account to their RideTrails website. Visit their site at https://azdesertriders.ridetrails.org today! Want to get a free site for your club or association? Just fill out the form at https://ridetrails.org/join/ toRead More →