QWR’s Don Amador (L) and Cal Custom Trailers/Powersports’ Trevor Messersmith (R)
Power-Up for OSV Recreation in 2017
As the snow season kicks off in California and the West, QWR wants to thank POLARIS, Klim, and California Custom Trailers and Powersports, a Northern California POLARIS dealer, for their generous support in helping us launch our official OSV trail stewardship module for the 2017 winter riding season with use of a 2017 Polaris PRO-RMK 800.
Winter 2016 Travel Management Tour
OSV-based recreation brings an important economic benefit to many rural areas and supports local dealerships and the jobs they create. According to the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association, OSVs contribute $26 billion annually in the United States. Over 100,000 full time jobs are generated by the snowmobile industry in North America. Those jobs are involved in manufacturing, dealerships and tourism related businesses.
2016 Travel Management Review
Sonora Pass - Stanislaus NF
Trevor Messersmith, Sales Manager for Cal Custom Trailers/Powersports, states, “Our dealership is proud to once again sponsor Don’s work to champion responsible OSV recreation on Forest Service trails and open areas. Access to public lands is important for our customers and for the shop’s staff who love to enjoy snowmobile recreation with their family and friends.”
QWR supports the efforts of the Forest Service and other land agencies to update and enhance their OSV management programs. Tenets of managed snowmobile recreation should include designated trails and open areas, adequate staging/parking, quality signing, partnerships, maps, education, and enforcement.
QWR’s OSV module will continue to represent our partners and clients in various federal and state OSV planning or legislative efforts. Such initiatives include the Forest Service Subpart C OSV Travel Planning Process, reauthorization of the CA OHMVR Program, and promotion of the SAE J2567 OSV sound standard for field level enforcement.
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