RSVP for the Off-Road poker run on Sunday, February 26th Between 10:00am and 11:00am (NV Time) Off-Road Poker Run. Start the adventure at Polaris Canam Honda World in your off-road machine and head out for the marked 20-mile course (easy to moderate trail riding).
You will get a poker card at each stop along the way and receive your final card at the Mesquite MX track. If you attend the poker run, you will receive a food coupon for a food truck meal, A chance to win prizes with your poker hand, an awesome Extravaganza T-shirt (while supplies last), and access to the VIP area to watch the monster trucks and dirt bike races at the Mesquite MX track. Bring your tailgating supplies!
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Come join us for a free breakfast, raffle, and a ride to Aravada Springs on Sunday, November 13th, 2022.
Help support Arizona's very own Search and Rescue on Sunday morning at 8:30am (NV time) at Polaris Canam Honda World for breakfast (Coffee, bacon, southwest potatoes, eggs, and more bacon. apples and bananas.) We will raffle some awesome prizes ($10 dollars per ticket) and sell some cool I support Search and Rescue T-shirts... All money collected goes to Search and Rescue.
After the Raffle, Come with us on a trail ride to Aravada Springs leaving at 9:45 This should put us there for lunch, (bring a lunch, if you eat)
From PCH-world to Aravada and back through Whitney pockets is about 70 miles. Mostly all graded roads, However, Elbow is a bit rough from the rain. Approximately 4 hours ride plus time spent at aravada... Bring a lunch if you like to eat.
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Final Decision & Ruling from the BLM
BLMs Arizona Strip Field Office had made designations to close access to nearly 50% of OHV trails in the Littlefield/Beaver Dam region under the Proposed Transportation Network for Littlefield, St. George Basin, and Colorado City Travel Sub-Regions. We felt the BLMs decision was not substantiated or a fair decision for our OHV community, so we made the effort to officially appeal their decision, but unfortunately the BLM had officially declined our reasons to appeal their decision for recent trail designations.
Moving forward, the BLM will start posting signage and new maps for the area that will most likely outline the new trail designations and trail management decisions on BLM managed lands in the Littlefield/Beaver Dam area.
Additionally, we would like to thank everyone who signed and supported our petition to keep our trails open and to protect Three Corners Monument. We are honored and amazed to see our OHV community come together to support the cause and voice their concerns to protect our trails. We have also forwarded the AZ Strip BLM office a list of everyone who signed the petition and who wanted to opt in to being added to their email list of interested parties for future updates and news in their jurisdiction.
Thanks again to everyone involved and for all the support from those who signed the petition and provided feedback and recommendations!
TPC is a voice for the OHV community in the Southwestern United States