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  1. "The Trump administration is quietly trying to strip public input from the decision-making process used by the U.S. Forest Service. Doing so would mean that logging companies could clear-cut at many as 4,200 acres at a time, and you wouldn’t know about it until you turned up at your favorite spot to find it decimated. But you have one last chance to stop that from happening. “This is a speak-now-or-forever-lose-your-ability-to-have-input situation,” says Sam Evans, a senior attorney with the Southern Environmental Law Center (SELC). The organization has put together an easy tool that will enable you to participate in what’s potentially the last public-comment period about the vast majority of decisions affecting national forests. If the public doesn’t speak up now and stop this proposed logging rule from going forward, it won’t have a chance to weigh in when logging, roads, or even pipelines threaten the lands where they recreate." https://www.outsideonline.com/2400593/us-forest-service-public-commenting
  2. Hey lets change it up. Here is a beautiful trail in the Teanaway that badly needs some brushing. Join me next summer to clean this thing up! Here is a great, high def video that yootoob destroyed because it wasn't gamed when the video was produced:
  3. Just saw thing posted on Fox 31 and thought I'd share: Forest Service, Pitkin County to hire enforcement officers POSTED 9:57 AM, OCTOBER 16, 2019, BY ASSOCIATED PRESS ASPEN, Colo. — Pitkin County has announced plans to collaborate with a federal forest agency to create and fill two wildlife enforcer positions. Aspen Daily News reports that Pitkin County commissioners agreed Tuesday to form a $100,000 contract with the U.S. Forest Service to create two full-time positions. Officials say the officers would be tasked with enforcing regulations where roads and property border the White River National Forest. Wildlife officials say there is an increase in illegal recreational activity including trespassing from paddle-boarders leaving the water and off-roading in prohibited areas. The county would be responsible for the officers’ salaries and the Forest Service would employ them and provide housing and benefits. Officials say they hope to have at least one of the officers in place by the end of the year. Follow this story to get email or text alerts from KDVR when there is a future article following this storyline.
  4. Rampart Range Motorcycle Management Committee just posted this on their Facebook page. VERY short notice, but if you're on the front range here's an opportunity to be heard. I am going to make the Thornton meeting tomorrow if anyone wants to join @Hammy. @Donny18 @robacks @drakes67 @catmanz440 @dmac1 @G9.5 Dear Colorado OHV Enthusiast, The National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC) is a non-profit 501C3 organization dedicated to creating a positive future for off-highway vehicle recreation. You can learn more at www.nohvcc.org. NOHVCC is working in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), US Forest Service (USFS), Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) and the Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Coalition (COHVCO) to create a Statewide OHV Action Plan. To make this happen we need your assistance in learning how the land management agencies can better provide access to high quality OHV recreation experiences in the state of Colorado. In 2014 NOHVCC and the BLM partnered to develop a National Motorized Recreation Action Strategy designed to help the BLM develop individual state action plans for providing high quality OHV opportunities and develop partnerships to help maintain those opportunities. This process has created state specific OHV action plans in 5 other states where the BLM manages public land. In Colorado this process was expanded to include all land management agencies thanks to grant funds received by COHVCO through CPW. The strategies will be used to help guide future travel management and resource management decisions; however, the strategies are NOT part of a specific travel management plan. In developing these strategies, you as an enthusiast will have a chance to share your thoughts on the following topics: • What OHV activities are taking place on public land in Colorado? • Where in general are these OHV activities taking place? • What OHV experiences are you looking for on public land? • Where might these missing OHV activities fit on public land in Colorado? • What could the land managers do better to enhance your OHV recreation experience? Without your help and the help of other OHV recreationalists like you, we will not be able to answer the questions above and you could miss out on a chance to provide ideas that could lead to enhancements to the areas and trail systems you enjoy. To help us gather this very important information, NOHVCC will hold two series of community listening sessions and we ask that you participate in one of these sessions. The first round of listening sessions will be on the Front Range in January, with the second set taking place on the Western Slope in April. The first round of listening sessions: • January 27: Alamosa, CO; Alamosa Family Recreation Center, 2222 Old Sanford Rd, 81101, 6pm-9pm • January 28: Pueblo, CO; Pueblo Convention Center, 320 Central Main Street, 810036, 6pm-9pm “Creating a Positive Future of Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation” P.O. Box 229, Great Falls, MT 59403 Phone: 800-348-6487 Fax: 406-454-9142 e-mail: trailhead@nohvcc.org • January 29: Colorado Springs, CO; Colorado Springs Marriott, 5580 Tech Center Drive, 80919, 6pm-9pm • January 30: Vail, CO; DoubleTree by Hilton Vail, 2211 N Frontage Road W, 81657, 6pm-9pm • January 31: Greenwood Village, CO; 6pm-9pm, Fay Myers Motorcycle World, 9700 E Arapahoe Road, 80112, 6pm-9pm • February 1: Denver, CO DoubleTree by Hilton Denver-Thornton, 83 E 120th Avenue, Denver, 80233, 9am-12pm • February 3: Fort Collins, CO; Fort Collins Mariott, 350 E Horsetooth Rd Fort Collins, 80525, 6pm- 9pm The second round of listening sessions will be announced in a separate letter coming to you at a later date. These sessions are not being organized by the BLM, USFS, or CPW, however staff from these agencies have been invited to attend these meetings as participants and will be on hand to discuss current travel management processes and how your suggestions could help shape future decisions. The meetings will also be an excellent time for you to meet national, state and local agency personnel. These organizations are interested in developing partnerships with individuals and organizations to improve the management of OHV recreation on public lands. The more information we gather, the higher the quality of each statewide strategy and action plan, so please participate in the listening sessions and invite your fellow club members and riding buddies as well. For more information on the meetings please contact Marc Hildesheim, NOHVCC Project Manager, at 208-416-3557 or at marc@nohvcc.org. Sincerely, Duane Taylor Executive Director
  5. If you’re looking for an economical, yet high-quality modular spark arrestor for your round core 2 and 4-stroke muffler, take a look at the solution from Fisch Moto. It’s offered in 5 sizes to fit a wide-range of mufflers and comes complete with everything needed for installation, including the correct Allen wrench. No drilling out rivets to install an expensive new spark arrested end-cap, Fisch Moto spark arrestors slide right into your existing end-cap. Making your bike spark arrested just got easier & more affordable. Manufactured in Canada, Fisch Moto precision machines the spark arrestor body from corrosion resistant 304 stainless steel and it’s held securely in place with 3 stainless steel set screws. Using the included Allen wrench, the Fisch Moto spark arrestor can be installed or removed in a matter of a few minutes. Spark Arrestor Kit Sizes Kit 20 (20.0mm-25.4mm / 0.800”-1.000”) Kit 25 (25.5mm-29.4mm / 1.004”-1.157”) Kit 30 (29.5mm-35.4mm / 1.161”-1.394”) Kit 35 (35.5mm-40.4mm / 1.398”-1.591”) Kit 40 (40.5mm-45.7mm / 1.596”-1.800”) 2 or 4 stroke, if your muffler core is round, chances are Fisch Moto has you covered. From the Horse's Mouth “There really was no middle ground option on the market for spark arrestors. You could change your full exhaust for one with a sparky in it, or you could dismantle your existing setup and put in something cheap. We just wanted to take our bikes out and ride and there was nothing available that made it quick and easy. We couldn't find a solution so we made one. Inexpensive, and quick to install. No need to set aside an afternoon to clean it out, you can do that in minutes before loading up.” Henry Pankratz, Co-owner Fisch Moto Fisch Moto modular spark arrestors are intelligently designed and built to last. For more information, including an installation video and to purchase yours, checkout the Fisch Moto website. ThumperTalk Deal: The first 10 to order get 15% off with coupon code TTtop10
  6. Hello, I'm new to both this forum and thumpers- although I'm quickly becoming an avid enduro fein! I'm looking at www.fs.usda.gov trail closures for the 2018/19 winter season wondering how risky it is to break the rules here and there to take advantage of the spectacular conditions now moisture has ben reintroduced to SoCal! Can I get some insight into how "on top if it" ranger's from the LOs Padres Mt. Pinos District are at citing rebels like me are?
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