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April 11, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   News   |   0 Comment

   BUCKEYE DUALSPORTERS   They are working on their 2017 schedule check back or Facebook for updates    

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2,221 Miles.

February 28, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   News   |   1 Comment

That’s the distance between Carson City, state capital of Nevada, and Columbus, our state capital. What is going on in Carson City presents an important lesson to the off road community nationwide, and here in Ohio. Like many states Nevada has a trail fund to pay for the myriad of projects to keep trails open […]

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OMTA receives Yamaha OHV Access Initiative Grant!

February 08, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   News   |   2 Comments

Last fall I asked Ronda from Perry Forest Trail Riders to have her volunteer trail crew send me a wish list of what they would like in a trail maintenance rig. They sent me a tall order, but as they had been doing great work on the ground in Perry already I knew their requests […]

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ODNR acquires property for trail expansion.

November 04, 2013  |   Posted by :   |   News   |   12 Comments

Ya’ know, for once it’s nice to have some good news to report. I’ve been doing this rider activist thing for years now, and we’ve had some victories and some losses. We are still at odds with ODNR officials on a LOT of issues, but something nice has finally happened. Here is a statement from […]

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North East Ohio OHV Conference.

October 21, 2013  |   Posted by :   |   News   |   Comments Off on North East Ohio OHV Conference.

Ohio Motorized Trails Association invites you to attend the 2017 OHV Conference. When: Date and time to be announced. Where: Place will be announced when confirmed    

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Ohio Department of Natural Resources conducting survey.

October 03, 2013  |   Posted by :   |   News   |   Comments Off on Ohio Department of Natural Resources conducting survey.

OMTA Action Alert! OMTA members your being asked to take action now! Please be sure to participate in this ODNR survey and tell the Ohio Dept of Natural Resources you want more motorized trails in Ohio! We must be louder then the other recreation groups in Ohio. We have to make sure we are heard […]

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Welcome to Perry Forest APV Area Trail Riders!

September 20, 2013  |   Posted by :   |   News   |   Comments Off on Welcome to Perry Forest APV Area Trail Riders!

OMTA is proud to introduce you to our newest Supporting Member Club, Perry Forest APV Area Trail Riders! Wow, that’s kinda a mouthful (and takes forever to type!), so I’ll be calling them PFTR from here out. Also PFAATR could be pronounced “fatter”, so I’m sticking with PFTR unless told otherwise, LOL. PFTR is based […]

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News from ODNR.

August 29, 2013  |   Posted by :   |   News   |   Comments Off on News from ODNR.

It has been a very busy week at OMTA with 2 trips to Columbus on Monday and Wednesday. On Monday members of the OMTA board of directors, as well as representatives of the Ohio State Snowmobile Association, American Motorcyclist Association, and Ohio ATV dealers attended a meeting with ODNR to get an update on trail […]

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Happy 15 year anniversary to South East ATV Riders Association, an OMTA Member Club!

July 19, 2013  |   Posted by :   |   News   |   2 Comments

First since this page is read all over Ohio let’s head off some confusion. SEATVR are actually in the NORTH east part of Ohio, but they are on the SOUTH east side of Cleveland, hence the name. This is actually one of Ohio’s longer lived clubs, they’ve been around for over 15 years as of […]

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Dance a little side step…

July 11, 2013  |   Posted by :   |   News   |   Comments Off on Dance a little side step…

Remember that scene in The Best Little Whore House In Texas where the governor is doing a musical number about dodging questions? Yeah, it’s kinda like that. A few weeks ago the following letter was sent to Paul Baldridge, head of ODNR’s office of Real Estate And Land Management (that would be the ODNR department […]

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