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ET4WD September Club Ride

Club Ride Saturday 11-18

Fall colors ride at the Sandmines

BP parking lot between 09:00-10:00

* or camping at the V-notch Friday night

Upcoming Event Details

Monthly Meeting

Our next meeting is:

Monday, November 3rd, 2014 -  7:00 p.m.

at Dockside Grill
Louisville, Tn

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Welcome to East Tennessee Four Wheel Drive!

Tuesday
Jan282014

Call to Action - A Day to represent in front of legislators

 The very active Iva Michelle Russell  has shared this update and so I am passing it along.

On Tuesday, April 1, 2014, NOHVCC - Tennessee will host its first annual OHV Day on the Hill during the 108th Tennessee General Assembly, now in session. State legislators will have the opportunity to view table displays from industry leaders and meet OHV enthusiasts from across the state, as they gather at the state capitol to experience the state legislative process at work.

OHV, which stands for Off-Highway Vehicle, is a recreational group that is comprised of more than909,000 users in the state of Tennessee with anestimated $3.4 billion economic impact to state and local economies. OHV encompasses several offroad vehicle types including: All Terrain Vehicles (ATV), Offroad Motorcycles (OHM), 4x4's, hybrid buggies and Side by Sides (ROV), with more variations being developed each year.

During the OHV Day on the Hill, organizers plan on highlighting the many positive aspects of responsible OHV recreation, with a special emphasis on child safety.

If you are an OHV club, organizations, business or riding area and want to reserve a table space, email:iva@ivamichellerussell.com

http://www.examiner.com/article/nohvcc-tennessee-to-host-ohv-day-on-the-hill

Wednesday
Jan082014

Off Road Adventures Magazine has hit the Presses

 Check out the January 2014 Edition of Off Road Adventures magazine.
On page 38 you can find our ET4WD Club Profile. If you don't receive the printed version in the mail you can view the online version here. Many thanks to Abi and Matt even though both weren't credited for photography. Many thanks to all the club members who did submit photos and contributing. Thanks to both Joe and Josh for putting together our BIO profile of course.

http://www.myvirtualpaper.com/doc/Offroad-Adventures-Magazine/jan14/2013121901/#38


 


Friday
Oct252013

Google + Social Media Added

 In keeping with the trends I have added our Google Plus page into our website. You will find a link at the lower right side of the screen where you can click to go direct anytime you choose. There you will find an aggregate of youtube videos, photos from recent events, and a calendar of events. The best part is that it integrates so tightly with all the other google doo dads that we all enjoy so much. So here it is and enjoy....   https://plus.google.com/u/0/115057028982546536808/posts

Monday
Oct072013

Beasley Knob ORV - Gov. forces shutwdown

From Ric Barton regarding a statement from Curtis Barnhart, SFWDA Adopt-A-Trail Representative for the Beasley Knob ORV Trail System in Blairsville, Georgia……
As a result of the Federal Government "Shut Down" that took place this week, the Beasley Knob ORV area in Blairsville, GA is closed until further notice. You may call 706-745-6928 for a list of other areas that are closed in the Chattahoochee Oconee National Forest as well as for updates on these closures. DO NOT RELY ON THE U.S. FOREST SERVICE WEBSITE for information pertaining to these closures as the site is not being updated. You must call the number above for information.


Monday
Oct072013

Doe Mountain Survey - Brief but important for our sport

IMPORTANT RESPONSE REQUIRED BY OCTOBER 7!

Fellow members of SFWDA please take a moment to complete the survey on the Doe Mountain Recreation Area. Ben Farmer, a planning Consultant from Nashville has been hired to develop a management plan for this area (old crackers neck area near Mountain City, TN). SFWDA has been work diligently to have the Authority allow Jeep access. Please support our efforts. It is very important that you fill out this survey (link below) and clarify that you consider OHV to mean Jeep type and full size 4WD vehicles. In TN the law defines OHV as an ATV or Side by side so clarify what you mean in the "other" when checking the boxes.

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