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Published On 11/17/2022
The Christmas Party originally scheduled for December 3rd has been canceled and a dinner night out will be scheduled after the first of the year.
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Published On 11/9/2022
It’s renewal/enrollment time for the Life Flight Membership. The annual group membership fee this year is $65. The enrollment form and the Statement of Understanding from Life Flight is in the November newsletter which is available on the website. The enrollment form must be filled out by all members wanting to renew or enroll. You can bring the enrollment form and payment to the November 14th meeting or mail in the form and payment. There is no general meeting in December. If you are mailing in your renewal/enrollment, we need to receive it by December 16th. Make checks payable to North Idaho ATV as we send in one payment for all memberships to Life Flight.
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Published On 9/11/2022
Excellent ride yesterday Sept 10 from Wallace to Shefoot Peak which is about 6300 feet elevation. About 78 miles round trip. 19 machines. Thank you Dennis Falconer for leading the ride, and Rick and Colleen Schrader for tail dragging
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Published On 9/8/2022
On August 30, 2022 we completed the last day of trail maintenance for the year. The club put in 12 days of work. Trails 800, 800A, 800B, 999 and 1516 were completed. Go to the September 2022 newsletter for more info and pictures.
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Published On 8/23/2022
Last trail maintenance of the season. Finish clearing down trees across trail 999. So far we have cut approx 80 trees across the trail in about 3 1/2 miles on trail 999. Really bad this year. So hopefully on August 30, Tuesday we can finish. Meet at 4th of July parking lot a 8 am and ride off at 8:15 am. Bring lunch and water. We have all the tools. 50 “ max width machines.
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Published On 8/11/2022
Ride up over the mountain into Murray and have lunch there. This is up the Coeur d’Alene River and Shoshone Creek. Note map section of this website for directions. Blacktop road all the way. Hawkeye site is a large field but does have a Forest Service pit toilet. Dry camping.

Ride leaves Saturday morning, meet at campsite at 9 am, ride off at 9:30 am. FOR ALL WIDTH MACHINES on FS roads. About 6 miles total of black top.

Some of us are going up Wednesday. Some may stay later then Sunday. Rv’s and tents welcome.

PLEASE SIGN UP.
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Published On 8/9/2022
Club ride. Meet at 4th of July parking lot at 9 am, ride off at 9:30 am. 59 “ max width machines only. Trails 800, 800B, 801, and maybe 999. Will be a full day ride, approximately 65 miles., bring lots of water and lunch. Will be brush on some of the trail so machine can be scratched. If any questions call Larry at 208 659 3641
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Published On 8/7/2022
Trail maintenance this coming Friday. Meet at 4th of July parking lot at 8 am. Ride off at 8:15 am. Bring lunch and lots of water. Club has all tools. 50” max machines. Will be clearing down trees on trail 999. If you need a ride, call me at 208 659 3641. Need help keeping our trails open.
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Published On 7/23/2022
Presently this is our last scheduled trail maintenance. Meet at 4th of July north parking lot at 8am, ride out at 8:15am. We plan to be back to the parking lot by 1pm thus beating the heat of the day. 50 “ max machines. Call Larry. 208 659 3641 if you need a ride. Bring lots of water. The club has All the tools. We will start out on trail 999. JOIN THE FUN!!
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Published On 7/17/2022
Meet Wednesday July 20 at 8 am ride off at 8:15 am. We plan to be back to,parking lot by 1:00 pm thus beating the heat. Brings lots of water and lunch. 50” max machines. Meet at 4th of July parking lot.
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Published On 7/12/2022
Meet at 4th of July north parking lot at 8 AM, RIDE OFF AT 8:15 AM. NEED ALL THE HELP WE CAN GET. we will quit by 1 PM due to heat. Please sign up.
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Published On 6/13/2022
Will be another great day of trail maintenance on trail 800. Meet at 9 am and ride off at 9:15 at 4th of July parking lot. Please sign up so we have an idea of who is coming.
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Published On 6/2/2022
Trail maintenance Wednesday June 8. Meet at 4th of July parking lot at 9 am, ride off at 9:15 am. 50 inch max machine only. Club furnishes all tools. Bring lunch and water. Contact Larry if you need a ride from the parking lot. 208 659 3641
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Published On 5/8/2022
Saturday May 21 is another trail maintenance day. Please sign up. 50” max width machine. Club has tools. Bring lunch. We need all the help we can get!
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Published On 2/14/2022
Hear is our ride schedule that we came up with this year. it looks like a few new rides some old rides but a lot of fun.
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Published On 4/8/2021
The Idaho Senate held a late session in to the evening last night. The result was overwhelming success for two of our initiatives. H86, which simplifies the sticker and registration process through IDPR, passed 35-0. It has now passed both chambers without a single no vote. H129, which allows expanded use of OHVs on public roads (including numbered state highways), passed 32-2. It has now passed both chambers, receiving only 2 no votes (in the Senate; nobody opposed in the House). I fully expect Governor Little will sign both bills inasmuch as they received such tremendous Legislative support. Thank you to each of you for the support you provided to ISATVA and IRC as we moved these bills forward on your behalf.
Best wishes,
David P. Claiborne, President
IDAHO STATE ATV ASSOCIATION, INC.
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Published On 10/23/2020
https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20201023005220/en/Polaris-Donates-97000-to-Off-Road-Organizations-With-T.R.A.I.L.S.-Grant
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Published On 4/4/2020
The Coeur d’Alene River Ranger District is seeking public comments on the Honey Badger Project. Objectives of the Honey Badger Project are to establish and maintain resilient forest stand structure and species composition; reduce the potential for high-intensity wildfire while promoting desirable fire behavior; improve water quality and aquatic habitats, and provide sustainable recreational opportunities. Detailed information and maps regarding conditions in the project area and the proposed activities are available online at the project website https://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=56220
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