Copper Classic Work Day, Sunday January 27

Save The Date:

Copper Classic Course Work Day #1

Come help get the course ready for the race.

Date: January 27
Time: 9:30am
Staging:Area in from of the middle school along Avenue D in San Manuel

TRS will bring hand tools to trim brush and the like, bring your own if you like.

Bring your bike and dress appropriately for the weather and work.

Don’t forget a hydration system.

NOHVCC Webinar – January 30, 2019

Details,

NOHVCC’s mission is to “create a positive future for OHV recreation.” How does NOHVCC strive to further that mission? Learn more about how NOHVCC operates by participating in the “What is NOHVCC” webinar. If you have ever wondered about NOHVCC’s structure, programs, projects or staff, this webinar is for you. Also, NOHVCC provides a wide range of tools, guidance and expertise to OHV enthusiasts and managers – don’t miss this opportunity to find out if you can benefit from NOHVCC’s assistance!

Presenters include all NOHVCC staff:

Duane Taylor, Executive Director
Marc Hildesheim, Project Manager
Jack Terrell, Senior Project Manager
Geoff Chain, Project Coordinator & Communications Associate
Laura Feist, Executive Assistant

To RSVP, go to: https://www.nohvcc.org/events/

January 8, 2019 Club Meeting

Thanks to all who turned out for last night’s meeting. We had a full house again. Heard some great stories about memorial trail rides and the bar banging action at the last AMRA race.

There was a very special guest in the audience last night. His name is Joe Cook. Joe is the father of TRS club member Mike Cook. Joe is a WWII Navy Veteran who served his country in the South Pacific. At a very young 92 years of age, he serves as an inspiration for all of us. We were honored to join us for the club meeting.

Last night we also congratulated all the TRS racer’s for their fine performance at the last AMRA race, the Buckey Hare Scramble.

Here are the results as of this morning:

Bike Bikes

C Womens

3rd Place Tracy Evans

B30+
8th. place Jonathon Buchanan

B40+
2nd place Shawn Barney
17th place Kelly Van Arsdale
18th place Anthony Beers

B50+
2nd place David Vogt

C Open
5th place James Morris
10th place Tristen Bell

C250
4th place Richard Evans
6th place Dakota Bray
11th place Rhyan Brogmus
12th place Will Hastings

C30+
4th place Chuck Ivy Jr

C40+
1st place Joe Kamai
2nd place Chris Bouchard
3rd place Bill Hendricks
9th place Diego Mendoza
12th place Alvaro Mendoza

C50+
3rd place Mike Perry
4th place Tim McGuire

C60+
1st place Mark Koenig

Mini Race Results

85cc 9-11 Year Olds
Jace Vogt 1st.
Griffin Harris 4th.

65cc 9-11 Year Olds
Logan Bouchard 8th.

News From The AMA, USFS Travel Management Rule

SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The California Off-Road Vehicle Association joined 18 other groups to petition the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Forest Service to rescind or revise its 2005 Travel Management Rule. The rule requires designation of roads, trails and areas that are open to use by motor vehicles and prohibits motor vehicle use off of the designated system. Before the rule was put in place, motorized access was permitted unless specifically prohibited due to evidence that significant environmental damage would result. The petition was filed by the Texas Public Policy Foundation on behalf of 22,497 individuals represented by organizations in six states.

(Not sure how far this will go, but TRS will keep its eye on this story)

New Year’s Day Ride 2019

Happy New Year to all!

15 riders braved the early morning cold and snow to ride in San Manuel. One group rode the race course, two other groups road the north side of Webb Road.

As you can see, there was plenty of snow out on the trail.
The lunch after the ride was very enjoyable and warm. 🙂

Thanks to Mike B. for organizing the ride and lunch meal.

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