Important Meeting with Congressmen - Trail Access on Public lands

We need more people - please pass to people you know in the Southeast or help us get the word out:  You're invited to come discuss singletrack trails on federal lands with a congressman.

Dual Sport rider and Forsyth County Commission Chairman, Todd Levent, has set up a meeting with Congressman Rob Woodall and Congressman Doug Collins to discuss opening more single track trails for dual sport riders across the country. He had a conversation about the fact that we don’t tear up the land. We are explorers and adventurers and shouldn’t be kept off of Federal lands. He said Congressman Woodall showed empathy for the idea and said he’d never been presented with that perspective. Congressman Woodall agreed to meet with us and you are all invited and encouraged to come. Now congressman Collins will also join us. We want to show him that we are responsible people that love the land and want to take care of it. But, we find joy in exploring the back country on our dual sport bikes. We need to fill up a good bit of the room. It holds 300 people. 

When: Saturday, February 25th, @ 11:30 am.

Where: Forsyth County Municipal Building, 110 East Main Street, Cumming Georgia.

Dress: Suggest business casual or better. 

Todd will lead the meeting. But, some may be asked to introduce yourselves and tell where you live and what you do for a living. 

Feel free to bring others - Friends, older children that can behave themselves, spouses etc. 

Help us by reaching out to others. 

Please let me know if you are coming - we are trying to keep a head count. 

PS: Congressman Doug Collins also plans to join, plus other local government leaders who ride dual sport. 


Forsyth County Commissioner - Todd Levent

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