Congress Passes OHV Riding Protections

Congress Desks

Off-road riding protections and limits on sage grouse rules included in two bills passed by Congress The National Defense Authorization Act of 2015 and the so-called CRomnibus spending bill, passed by both chambers of Congress last week, include provisions beneficial to riders of off-highway motorcycles and all-terrain vehicles, but some new Wilderness designations that may […]

Let’s Ride! 2014 California Red Sticker Riding Season Opens Statewide

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Yesterday was a good day for many dirt bike enthusiasts as the remaining swath of Off Highway Vehicle Areas (OHVA) in California opened up for dirt bikes and other vehicles marked with red stickers. The red and green sticker program was established by the California Air Resources Board and the California Department of Motor Vehicles […]

Epic Decision Portends New Balance For Re-Opening Dunes In Glamis

2014 Yamaha YFZ450R Action - Desert

Recreational visitors observing a fine flaky substance this morning at the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area (ISDRA) will be pleased to hear it is not snow but judicial manna. Barely a month following argument, U.S. District Judge Susan Illston of the U.S. Northern District Court of California yesterday issued a long-awaited decision on the 2013 […]

BLM Re-Opens Clear Creek Management Area To Vehicles

Clear Creak Management Area Trail

BLM Re-Opens 31,000 Acres Of Clear Creek Management Area For Restricted Use; Keeps 5,070 Acres Closed The U.S. Bureau of Land Management has announced the reopening of the 31,000-acre Serpentine Area of Critical Environmental Concern in California’s San Benito and Fresno counties to limited street-licensed vehicle use – such as adventure touring motorcycles, the American […]

Glamis Permit Fee Increase Proposed By Bureau Of Land Management

Glamis Permit Fee Increase Proposed By Bureau Of Land Management

The Bureau of Land Management is proposing to increase the usage fees, starting October 1st, at the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area in order to close an $1.5 million budget gap. The popular off-highway vehicle area, commonly known as Glamis, is located in California on the border of Mexico and Arizona. According to the The […]