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    • January 23, 2019, 09:29:02 PM
    • Hurricane, WV

All off-road enthusiasts are encouraged to join us as we gather on the West Virginia State Capitol Grounds for a common goal to support Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) trail use in the Wild and Wonderful state of West Virginia. The trail rides will be at the novice level and will be opened to anyone that wishes to go. To help with logistics and to decrease traffic issues, we will be breaking up into suitable convoys to get from the capitol to the trail-head. We will be touring the back-country mountains of Kanawha County. Each will be expected to bring a bagged lunch.
Join the conversation: WV Off-Highway Vehicle Coalition (OHVC) on Facebook.WHEN: 2/26 (Trails Day, inside the WV Capitol) & 2/27 2020 (Rally Outside of the WV Capitol)
schedule of events for the weekend will be posted as they become available.
WHERE: 298 Greenbrier St, Charleston, WV 25311
(North side of Culture Center)

Those invited:
Everyone that owns a 4 wheel drive vehicle that wants to show support for increased Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) use on the almost 2 million acres of both Federal and state owned property in West Virginia; which currently has zero OHV riding trails. All off-road enthusiasts are welcome and encouraged to show their support.

Providing rides for the following:
Disabled Veterans, All State Legislators and their staff, Legislative Services, Federal Legislators and their staff, The Governor and members of his office and staff, WV Development Office, WV Tourism, WV Division of Natural Resources, WV Division of Forestry, the Department of Highways recreational trails program administrators and the WV Conservation Agency.

The purpose of this event:
To show those who may not be familiar with OHVs the scenic beauty that our state has to offer, also the access that OHVs can provide to those that are interested in non-motorized recreation like fishing, rock climbing, kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, etc. There will also be educational opportunities about the hobby itself, trail maintenance, erosion prevention, and stream and trail clean-up efforts to name a few.

All companies, organizations, clubs and groups supporting OHV trail use may set up a booth/tent/table however they see necessary before and during the time to gather (time TBD) for FREE.. Tear down is no later than immediately after the trail ride. To be sure we have enough room, please let a contact below know you will be setting up.
Join the conversation: WV Off-Highway Vehicle Coalition (OHVC) on Facebook.

For more information contact:
Nikko Bowden -
Senator Mark R. Maynard -
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