Just one day before Christmas Eve 2010, Secretary of Interior Ken Salazar announced that he had signed an Order that seeks to embed a Wilderness review in every component of Bureau of Land Management (BLM) planning, creating a unique status for Wilderness different from other multiple uses in BLM management.
U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) has dropped his effort to pass a massive omnibus public lands bill that would have restricted responsible off-highway vehicle (OHV) access to thousands of acres of public land.
Senator Denise Ducheny and Senator Dennis Hollingsworth recently convened a group of stakeholders to establish a plan for dividing the Freeman Property between Anza Borrego Desert State Park and Ocotillo Wells State Vehicular Recreation Area (SVRA).
Beginning this weekend, the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) will greet existing members, recruit new ones and educate all riders on today's big issues in motorcycling at Qwest Field in Seattle, Dec. 10-12.
Roger and Elise Norman opened the Norman Motorsports race shop on Saturday evening to a holiday party benefiting South Bay Community Services Foster Youth of San Diego & The Red Cross of Baja, Cruz Roja.
Continuing their efforts in promoting Racing for the Cause to benefit Loma Linda Children's Hospital, Stronghold Motorsports will host Off Road Night with the Ontario Reign hockey team at the Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario, California.
With high-quality wide buckles, denier nylon, a heavy-duty attachment to your existing external spare tire, and positive-closing cover, you can haul away all the trash you accumulate in a weekend and maybe even make the trails a little cleaner as you go.
The Malheur National Forest, located in eastern Oregon, is proposing to implement the 2005 Travel Management Rule by preparing an environmental assessment to restrict motorized cross-country travel on the Malheur National Forest and the portion of the Ochoco National Forest managed by the Malheur National Forest. The Forest Service (FS) is seeking public comments on this project.
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Lake Havasu Field Office has announced that the public comment period for the Havasu Travel Management Plan and Environmental Assessment (EA) has been extended an additional four months to February 28, 2011.