Dear Trail Enthusiast,
The Right Rider Access Fund (RRAF) recently released their 2012 financial and contribution report. Six OHV-related projects were funded by the program.
According to RRAF, it is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) charitable organization created in 2011 to support off-highway vehicle enthusiasts, by supplementing the work of the Motorcycle Industry Council, the Specialty vehicle Institute of America, the Recreational off-Highway Vehicle and of other clubs, dealers and OHV organizations.
2012 Right Rider Access Fund Report
The Fund was created to ensure off-highway vehicle enthusiasts can safely and responsibly operate their OHVs and access riding areas. By combining the existing support of the powersports industry associations with contributions from businesses and individuals, the financial resources available to support OHV enthusiasts increase exponentially. The Fund uses industry expertise on a charitable basis to manage the work of the Right Rider Access Fund, the result is one hundred percent of contributions support riders. The breadth of the funding sources, the depth of expertise and the absence of overhead make the Right Rider Access Fund a one-of-a kind resource for OHV enthusiasts.
Quiet Warrior Racing (QWR) is proud and honored to be among the 2012 grant recipients which includes; the Western Governors' Association, Knott County Rough Terrain Rescue, National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council, Off-Road Business Association, and the Egg Harbor Township Police Athletic League's "Ready to Ride" OHV Park.
QWR believes that championing responsible OHV recreation is a team effort and that a rising tide lifts all ships. With declining federal and state recreation budgets, the Fund will play an important and critical role in supporting OHV-related educational programs, travel management collaborative efforts, recreation research, and on-the-ground trail projects.
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