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  1. 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 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. 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. Thanks! Forsyth County Commissioner - Todd Levent
  2. Getting back into it after about 10yrs - looking for some good trails to include some open space to ride in Georgia - any suggestions?
  3. I am sad to say my 2006 450 EXC was stolen from my Atlanta apartment complex (Northside Drive) near Gatech. Thursday at 6:09 PM. Any information that is beneficial to my Case investigation will be rewarded. The silver 2015 Nissan Altima is an accomplice that initially brought him through the security gate and tried to give the thief a ski mask. Thank you
  4. Looking for a riding group in south GA. I currently live in Statesboro but travel a good bit. I prefer trail riding and single track. Thanks.
  5. GTBlack

    georgia Atlanta Clubs/ groups?

    Guys, Moving to Atlanta in a few weeks. Im a B Desert single track rider looking for a club or riding group in the Atlanta area... First question is there any dirt bike clubs in the area? In Phoenix I am a member of a club and enjoy helping to put on races, club events, and trail riding. second question: are there any local Moto shops you would suggest for service? third question: Where would you suggest to live? My company suggested Alpahretta any riding within 1hr-1:30hr?
  6. Any schools, clinics, camps in/ around GA for kids 9 to 11? New to hare scrambles and my kids love it, but would love for them to ride and learn with some people that actually know what they are doing
  7. § 40-7-3. "Off-road vehicle" defined As used in this chapter, the term "off-road vehicle" means any motorized vehicle designed for or capable of cross-country travel on or immediately over land, water, snow, ice, marsh, swampland, or other natural terrain and not intended for use predominantly on public roads. The term includes, but is not limited to, four-wheel drive vehicles, low-pressure tire vehicles, two-wheel vehicles, nonhighway tire vehicles, amphibious machines, ground effect or air cushion vehicles, and any other means of transportation deriving power from any source other than muscle or wind. The term shall exclude any motorboat; any military, fire, law enforcement, or other government vehicle being used for official purposes; any vehicles used exclusively on airports; all farm machinery, farm tractors, and other vehicles used exclusively for agricultural purposes; any self-propelled equipment for harvesting and transportation of forest products, for clearing land for planting, for utility services and maintenance, for earth moving, construction, or mining; and self-propelled lawnmowers, snowblowers, garden or lawn tractors, or golf carts, while such vehicles are being used exclusively for their designed purposes. § 40-7-4. Operating restrictions; "perennial stream" defined Any person operating an off-road vehicle under any of the following conditions shall be deemed to be in violation of this chapter and subject to the penalties provided in Code Section 40-7-6: (1) Without operative brakes or without mufflers or other silencing equipment; (2) On any private property without the express written permission of the owner of the property or his or her agent; or (3) Within any perennial stream, except when directly crossing such stream. As used in this paragraph, the term "perennial stream" means a stream: (A) That under normal circumstances has water flowing year round; (B) That has the channel located below the ground-water table most of the year; (C) For which ground water is the primary source of water; and (D) For which runoff from rainfall is a supplemental source of water flow. 40-6-11. Insurance requirements for operation of motorcycles (a) For the purposes of this Code section, "motorcycle" means any motor vehicle traveling on public streets or highways having a seat or saddle for the use of the rider and designed to travel on not more than three wheels in contact with the ground but excluding a tractor and a moped. (b) No owner of a motorcycle or any other person, other than a self-insurer as defined in Chapter 34 of Title 33, shall operate or authorize any other person to operate the motorcycle unless the owner has liability insurance on the motorcycle equivalent to that required as evidence of security for bodily injury and property damage liability under Code Section 40-9-37. Any person who violates this subsection shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. (c) The operator of a motorcycle shall keep proof or evidence of the minimum insurance coverage required by this Code section in his or her immediate possession or on the motorcycle at all times when such person is operating the motorcycle but only under the same circumstances and of the same type as prescribed for operators of other motor vehicles in Code Section 40-6-10. Any person who violates this subsection shall be subject to a fine not to exceed $25.00; however, there shall be no suspension of the person's operator's license or motor vehicle license tag for a violation of this subsection. (d) (1) Insurance coverage information from records of the department shall be prima-facie evidence of the facts stated therein and shall be admissible as evidence in accordance with Code Section 24-9-924 for the purposes of this Code section. (2) Every law enforcement officer in this state shall request the operator of a motorcycle subject to the provisions of subsection (c) of this Code section to produce proof or evidence of minimum insurance coverage required by this Code section at any time the law enforcement officer stops the motorcycle or requests the presentation of the driver's license of such operator. (e) An owner or operator of a motorcycle shall not be issued a citation by a law enforcement officer for a violation of this Code section if the sole basis for issuance of such a citation is that the law enforcement officer is unable to obtain insurance coverage information from the records of the department. It is my interpretation that it is legal to ride on the road as long as there are brakes and a muffler and insurance.
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