We are happy to announce that the Arizona ATV Riders’ RideTrails.org site has gone live! The Arizona ATV Riders are a Phoenix-based ATV club that was established in the spring of 2001 by a group of individuals who are dedicated to the sport of ATV riding and now has around 400 members.  The AZ ATV Riders’ objectives include improving the public’s perception of ATV riders, which is sometimes tarnished by a few careless individuals, through continued interaction with land access policy makers. The Arizona ATV Riders site uses the Hells Canyon template with customization. Their page has a members-only section with access managed by our implementationRead More →

We are happy to announce that the Woodtick Wheelers RideTrails.org site has gone live! The Woodtick Wheelers ATV/OHV club was formed in 2009 and now has over 400 members! The club partners with the Chippewa NF, Minnesota DNR, Cass County Minnesota, township boards and businesses to create a positive future for OHV recreation in Minnesota, protect riders’ rights, and promote safe, responsible motorized recreation. Woodtick Wheelers uses the Mammoth template with customization. Unique to their page is are making extensive use of local advertisements. Their page has local ads that rotate through their over two dozen local sponsors. Visit their site at https://woodtickwheelers.ridetrails.org today! WantRead More →

September 1 is RideTrails.Org’s official kickoff! We want to thank all of our early adopters who have helped refine our templates and processes so we can make RideTrails a smoothtly-operating machine to support the OHV community! OHV Clubs, Associations, and Supporters have been rapidly approach us! Sign up now to get on the list for a new, FREE, custom-built website for your organization! Visit us at https://ridetrails.org/join/ today!Read More →

We are happy to announce that the Ghost Riders OHV Club RideTrails.org site has gone live! The Ghost Riders work with State and Federal Agencies to keep the desert roads and trails open for public use. They often sponsor and work on projects that help our community, our highways and our desert. Additionally, Ghost Riders promotes the sport of ATV riding with safety, awareness and respect for the environment. The Ghost Riders uses the Hells Canyon template with customization. Unique to their page is they have integrated Google Maps to display GPX tracks of their rides and trailhead locations. This information is integrated on the Trailheads pageRead More →

RideTrails is proud to announce that we are now a member of the Amazon.com Associate Program. Shop Amazon through RideTrails.org member sites and the RideTrails program generates advertising revenue to support free OHV club and association websites! Click here to start shopping and start supporting RideTrails.Org! Or start your search for a product you need below!  Read More →

We are happy to announce that the Iowa OHV Assocation RideTrails.org site has gone live! The IOHVA was rider-founded in 1988 in a partnership with the IOWA DNR to encourage ATV registration. The IOHVA worked with the IOWA DNR to open public lands to OHV use, contributes to community projects, supports local OHV clubs,  and helps promote responsible riding practices. The IOHVA Ridetrails page uses the Mammoth template with customization to include extra pages on local OHV parks and kids resources. The IOHVA is also working to integrate a member management functionality to support their association operations. Check out their site at http://iowaohv.ridetrails.org! Want to getRead More →

We have updated the User Manual to include the following topics: Restoring previous versions of a page Embedding Google Maps into your page content Adding columns to your page content To view the user manual, please visit https://ridetrails.org/supportRead More →

We are happy to announce that Tallahassee Trail Riders’ Ridetrails.org site has gone live! Tallahassee Trail Riders is a nonprofit off-road motorcycle club founded in 1973 based out of Tallahassee, Florida. Their site uses the Mammoth template and (not surprisingly) they opted to keep the default blue and orange color scheme. Visit their site at: Tallahasseetrailriders.ridetrails.org Want to get a free site for your club or association? Just fill out the form at ridetrails.org/join/ to get started!Read More →

Welcome to RideTrails.org! We are excited that you are here and interested in improving your club or association’s web presence, streamlining communications, and learning to make your website earn money for you! In this blog we will post about how to get the most out of your website, resources for club operations and sponsor updates. We hope to have many updates, so please check back often! Until then, thanks for your interest and welcome to RideTrails! Let’s GO!Read More →