June is here, heat is here, but sadly very little rain. The trails are starting to open up from the snow.
June’s meeting was called to order @ the Trails in Grangeville @ 7:05pm
Sponsors: We would like to Thank this Years 2021 Sponsors:
Silver Sponsor: Swiftwater RV in White Bird
Platinum Sponsor: Central Idaho Properties in Grangeville
One for the Road in Grangeville
Thank you to all those that have paid their 20121 membership dues. If you are needing a membership form please email us email@example.com or call 208-839-2303
Incoming correspondence: Insurance. The insurance quote is in This would be for officer insurance and for the club. Cost for the year is $5,673.00 for the year. This covers the clean up rides, three club rides and one open to the public rides (the BBQ ride in Pittsburgh). Meaning that for club rides is a members only, but a person/family can join that day.
The work day schedule at this time is on hold. At this time there is still no Contract from Idaho Parks and Recreation/Forest Service. As soon as the contract comes in, I will notify those of you that are so wanting to get busy. In order to be covered, we need that contract. Then we will get started. But if you really want to start cleaning trails on your own. I’m not going to stop you HA HA.
Trail work days: the saw people have to be saw certificated and hold a first aid card. The head person will have to have the paperwork to keep count and to show that it is under the contract of the Forest Service. Brenda will have to know when the work days are and who will be the contact person ahead of time. (insurance and contract reasoning) Sorry to be so sticky about things.
Everyone is busy these days, So we have been catching time to go for a ride at the last min. So at this time nobody had a ride to schedule. So rides are tabled at this time. We will revisit rides at the next meeting. Please if you have time to go ride, call a friend to check out places/new trails.
Next meeting is @ the Lions Park in Grangeville (the tables up by the outfield and Preschool) @ 7:00pm July 7th.
Rule: H129 allows OHVs to operate on (1) city and county roads unless prohibited by local authority, (2) numbered state highways within cities unless prohibited by local authority, and (3) numbered state highways outsides cities where speed is 60 mph or less, but limited to 5 mile distances to connect with trails, parking, services, again unless prohibited by local authority. On public roads OHVs have to travel at posted speed or 45 mph, whichever is less, and OHV must have a licensed operator and insurance