Webinar – Learn How To Host Rides for Veterans

NOHVCC’s webinar series continues– join us on October 1!

Title: Learn How To Host Rides for Veterans

What was intended to be a special, one-day event called the “Thank You For Your Service Ride,” has turned into so much more. NOHVCC Chairman and External Relations Director for the Iowa OHV Association, Dan Kleen, has now organized several veterans’ rides in Iowa (with more to come). This webinar will highlight the rides for veterans in Iowa and provide participants with all the information and tools necessary for clubs across the Country to replicate Iowa’s success.

  I’ll be attending, sign up here:  https://www.nohvcc.org/event/webinar-learn-how-to-host-rides-for-veterans/?rsvp_sent=1

Penny and Rascal return!

Who the heck are Penny and Rascal, you ask?  Wonder no more!

They are, of course, the stars of NOHVCC’s Adventure Trail.  They have been featured on the NOHVCC website, in coloring and activity books, and on full-size posters.  Soon they will appear in an interactive Adventure Trail website. 

 More info here:  https://www.nohvcc.org/education/rider-education/adventure-trail/

Safe OHV Operation in the Desert – Know Before you Go!

OHV recreation occurs all over the country on all sorts of terrains. Many lucky OHV recreationists will have the opportunity to experience riding on trails in heavily wooded areas, areas with serious exposure in mountainous areas or in open plains. Others yet will have the opportunity to ride on dunes or through the desert. Each type of area has its unique safety concerns – this article focuses on desert safety.

NOHVCC recently spoke with Brian Puckett who is a paramedic and leads search and rescue operations for the Bureau of Land Management’s El Centro Field Office in California, which manages the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area. Brian leads a team of five permanent staff who are bolstered with seasonal help during the busy winter season. The team responds to 400 calls a year and deal with a vast range of injuries. Brian said, “Everything from splinter removal to serious traumatic injuries – we see it all.”

More info here…   https://www.nohvcc.org/safe-ohv-operation-in-the-desert-know-before-you-go/

Registration is open for NOHVCC’s 2019 Annual Conference in Reno, Nevada.

2019 Annual NOHVCC and INOHVAA Conferences, October 15-19, 2019, Reno, Nevada

This year NOHVCC and INOHVAA will visit Reno, NV October 15-19.  The conferences will follow the typical schedule that will be familiar to many of you. After preliminary activities on the 15th, the INOHVAA conference will begin sessions on the 16th, a mobile field workshop for attendees of both conferences on Thursday, October 17, joint INOHVAA/NOHVCC sessions on Friday, October 18 and, finally, the NOHVCC conference will conclude with sessions on Saturday and a banquet on Saturday evening.

More info here…  https://www.nohvcc.org/annual-conference-2019/

NOHVCC Survey: Help NOHVCC Understand Which Retailers OHV Enthusiasts Patronize

Please fill in the brief survey found here to help NOHVCC better understand which retailers OHV enthusiasts are most likely to patronize.  Any personal information will be confidential as only aggregated data will be utilized.  The purpose of collecting this information is to better understand how and where OHV enthusiasts as a group engage in the marketplace.   This, in turn, will help NOHVCC better identify potential corporate partners and sponsors.