The Utah ATV association is a great organization!
I recently had the great opportunity to attend a Utah ATV club meeting this March and I was very impressed with the friendliness of the members and the organization itself and what they stand for.
Established in 1985, this non-profit organization is a part if the Blue Ribbon Coalition. The members are supporters of the Tread Lightly moto. They are known for the preservation of the trail riders access to National Forest, State Parks, and BLM Lands, and also protecting the resources of these lands. The Association also plans recreational opportunities for the members and their families, while promoting safe trail riding as a legitimate and respectable activity. The Association is working with the National Parks Service, the BLM and State Parks, to develop designated trail systems for ATV's and Off Road Motorcycles in all these areas. They also combine volunteer and constructive activities with their riding events. Some of these include the Taylors Fork-Cedar Hollow trail yearly clean-up project and the annual Utah ATV Ride For Life, to benefit the Make a Wish Foundation of Utah.
They are respected in local communities for their involvement in charity rides, safety training, and participation in the political policies of safe outdoor riding.
Thumbs up to the Utah ATV Association for the programs, training, volunteering and charity work they do. They couldn't do it without the great members of this organization who get involved.