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PLEASE HELP! ONE OF OUR PARTICIPANTS IN THE RIDE LOST HIS WALLET ON SATURDAY. IF YOU FOUND/FIND A WALLET PLEASE TURN IT INTO THE HIDEOUT. THANK YOU!
2022 POLARIS RZR TRAIL S 1000 - Paul Alsept
Pangea White Water Rafting Trip for 2 - Randy Dugan
Wiley E Waters Rafting Trip for 2 - Michael Bertrand
Guided Day Fishing Trip For 2 - Tim Widgen
Winchester Rifle w/Scope - Jana Seright
Stihl Chain Saw - Carl Sims
Vortex Diamonback HD Binoculars - Kelly Skantel
Hand Crafted Blue Pine Bench w/ Gun Compartment - Mike Mocabee
Hideout Gift Card #1 - Dan Burgener
Hideout Gift Card #2 - Wagner
Cooler - Mauren Rouse
PBR Cooler - Jeff Quinnett
Daily’s Bacon #1 - Tracy Skantel
Daily’s Bacon #2 - Art Drobny
Daily’s Bacon #3 - Cory Stevens
Wagon of Booze - Tessa Lott
The WEST END ATV ASSOCIATION is made up local residents, friends, family, weekenders and out-of-state atv/utv riders wanting to come together and have fun, build friendships, ride, sponsor events, participate in community partnerships and/or projects…work with the state and federal forest services to provide safe and fun atv/utv riding.
If you are interested in more information about the WEST END ATV ASSOCIATION, please contact us at email@example.com to request information. We would love to hear from you and one of our club members will get back to you as soon as possible.
The following outstanding individuals are currently serving as board members for the West End ATV Association:
President: Frank Crampton
Vice-president: Lori Burgener
Treasurer: Lori Burgener
Board Member: Pat Jennings (Director)
Board Member: Dan Burgener
Board Member: Jerry Hatcher
For your convenience, the most common questions about our association are answered right here.
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Q: Montana ATV/UTV requirements: (Brought to you by Montana State Parks) .
A: OHVS AND PUBLIC ROADS
Some Forest Service and BLM roads may be open for use by OHVs. Contact the appropriate Forest Service or BLM office for information such as road designations, closures, conditions, and maps. For roads that require a license plate, please see MCA 23-2-824. Children ages 12-16 who wish to ride on a road must possess a Safety Certificate and be accompanied by a licensed operator. OHVs must be street legal to be ridden on roads.
OHVS AND TRAILS
Most OHV trails are on public land. Trails are maintained by local clubs or government agencies, oftentimes with grant money provided by Montana State Parks. OHV funds are derived from OHV gas tax refund and decal fees. For information about trail riding areas contact the local Forest Service or BLM office for a Motor Vehicle Use Map (MVUM).
OHV REGISTRATION AND PERMITS
Off-highway vehicles operating on public land for recreational purposes must be registered and display a decal placed in a conspicuous location on the machine.
Residents: OHVs must be registered at the County Treasurer’s office in the county where the owner resides. This is a one-time registration and valid until the current owner sells the OHV. Resident OHV 2 Year Trail Pass - $20
Nonresidents: Nonresidents using their OHVs in Montana must purchase a Nonresident Annual Use Permit, which is valid for the calendar year (January 1 – December 31). Residents of Idaho and North Dakota are exempt. The Nonresident Annual Use Permit allows OHV use on trails only. OHVs must be street legal to be ridden on roads. Non-resident OHV Annual Temporary Use Permit - $35
All permits available through Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Online Licensing Service.
LAWS AND REGULATIONS FOR OPERATING AN OHV IN MONTANA
Off-Highway Vehicles: MCA 23.8
Driving Under the Influence: MCA 61-8-401
Motorcycle & Quadricycle Noise Suppression - Motorcycle & Quadricycle Spark Arrester: MCA 61-9-418
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