Thanks to funding from the North Dakota Department of Parks and Recreation – OHV Program, NOHVCC will be leading an OHV training workshop to educate and benefit the State’s off highway vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts, OHV club members, land managers, and other OHV stakeholders. These trainings will be focused on the development of sustainable trails and trail partnerships. This two-day training will consist of one classroom day and one field day.

NOHVCC has a new safe and responsible use PSA video that can be accessed at and on Youtube.  NOHVCC staff members Marc Hildesheim and Geoff Chain cover some of the basics that can help those new to OHV recreation better understand some of the responsibilities inherent to safe and responsible OHV use in the one-and-a-half-minute video.  But the breakout star in the video is Olivia McGreevy-Hildesheim – Marc is

Matt Bucher and Marty Wheeler with the Toledo Trail Riders recently hosted NOHVCC Executive Director Duane Taylor and Program Director Marc Hildesheim on the Toledo Track and Trail Podcast.  The broad ranging conversation that occurred covered NOHVCC’s mission, the RTP, OHV enforcement, best practices and more.  Click below to watch!

Great Trails: Providing Quality OHV Trails and Experiences authored by Dick Dufourd and published by NOHVCC has been internationally recognized as the must-have guidebook for OHV trails and provides the curriculum for NOHVCC’s Great Trails workshops. Click here to download the book or to order a hard copy for $30. NOHVCC’s Great Trails Workshops focus on the design, layout, construction, maintenance and management of sustainable Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) trails. Hands-on

NOHVCC has created a webpage with educational messaging aimed at renters of ROVS. If you know of any ROV rental companies that could use this messaging please pass this article along. The National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC), a nonprofit public benefit organization primarily funded by MIC, SVIA and ROHVA exists to create a positive future for OHV Recreation.  To further this mission NOHVCC, as a national body of OHV

Recently the “Bearded Jeeper” shared a video highlighting abandoned vehicle removal that he and other volunteers performed in New Hampshire.  His messaging in the video was clear – if we take care of the trails we love, we will have them to recreate on for years into the future.  If we do not, we will face closures.  The Bearded Jeeper said, ‘It is the responsibility of every one of us

Please help American Trails and Trails Move People (TMP) identify “shovel-ready” trail projects across the country.  See information provided by American Trails below: The trails community is working to quantify the amount, diversity, and location of “shovel-ready” trail projects across the country. We need this information to effectively advocate for inclusion of trails in the federal economic response to COVID-19. The information you provide will help to mobilize trail projects,

NOHVCC continues its free webinar series on Wednesday, May 20 at 8:00PM Eastern with Preparing for the Long Haul – Be Prepared for Your Next Off-Highway Adventure. This unique webinar will feature a conversation with Eric Anderson from ROXOR, Mahindra Automotive North America and ROXOR Adventure Magazine, who will discuss how to prepare and pack your vehicle for any situation that may occur on long trips. Eric has been an

NYPUM: “Where the youth of America can realize their full potential through mentorship, team building and self-development. All while learning the skills to enjoy safe and exciting off-road riding.” If you have attended one of the last few NOHVCC Annual Conferences, chances are you had the opportunity to hear directly from some of the organizers of the National Youth Project Using Minibikes (NYPUM).  This outstanding organization is celebrating its 50th

Over 100 OHV enthusiasts participated in NOHVCC’s annual Mobile Workshop in advance of the 2019 NOHVCC Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada. The day started early in Reno with participants finalizing registration and boarding a bus from the host hotel to the Prison Hill Recreation Area. Once there, the enthusiasts were separated into several groups to go for a ride which included stops for information about the local riding area, a