NATIONAL TRAIL CLEAN-UP THIS WEEKEND

Get together with your friends or local club and be a part of a national clean-up. It is scheduled to take place the weekend of July 18-19 and everyone is welcome to participate! Heres what the organizers would like to see posted to the official Facebook page;

 Please post what trails (including state) you are planning on “hitting” this weekend.  This will accomplish two things:

 1.  Helping to make sure we are cleaning as many different trails as possible.

2.  Helping to maintain social distancing by spreading groups out.

Remember to have a great time and take lots of pictures!

Go for a leisurely ride, bring a trash bag, stop and pick up any debris that doesn’t belong on or near the trail. Dispose of it properly. We can all do our part.

STARTED WITH A CONVERSATION

As part of her duties with SEMA’s Truck and Off-Road Alliance (TORA) Council, Wendy Miles of THE SHOP recently had the opportunity to talk to Matt Martelli, CEO and co-owner of The Mint 400. The pair discussed their shared passion for maintaining trails and off-highway areas on public lands, specifically the ‘Mint 400 Desert Clean Up’ event that took place before the Mint 400. From there, the idea for a national clean-up day was born, organizers said.

The national trail clean-up is scheduled to take place July 18-19, and everyone is welcome to participate anywhere you ride.

 

A collection of off-road enthusiasts and off-roading organizations are launching a ‘National Trail Clean-Up Day,’ which has been scheduled for the weekend of July 18-19.

Get together with your friends or local club and be a part of a national clean-up. It is scheduled to take place the weekend of July 18-19 and everyone is welcome to participate at your favorite ride area. Not only will this event help to keep trails and other off-highway areas clean and well-maintained, it is also an opportunity to show that the off-highway community cares about the environmental impact of improper trail use, including littering and deviating from marked trails. This event can also help connect novice users with a community of like-minded groups that can educate them on proper trail etiquette and responsible use while having a great time on public lands. Subscribe to UTV Action!

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