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Make a donation today, we need your help!

North East Wisconsin Riders Inc. organization is a non-profit volunteer ATV club.
A $10 or $20 donation may not sound like a lot of money, but it does help us when our only source of income is a donation.

Your donation helps us to:

  • Develop new trail systems.
  • Maintain existing trail routes.
  • Purchase safety training equipment.
  • Educate youth and beginners.
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Can't make donation, how about donating your time? Check our calendar and donate a few hours at our next work date. We can always use extra helps to cleanup trails, trim tree's or brush out a new trail for everyone to enjoy.


Global Positioning Fun
Discover Wisconsin Points of Interest
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The GPS can be a great way to discover new places in Wisconsin. Whether in the car or on the ATV trails in the deep dark woody woods of Wisconsin – a GPS can take you to new and exciting places. The North East Wisconsin Riders ATV/UTV club uses GPS devices each day to plot ATV trails and exchange information with club members. This page provides a starting point for "waypoints" places of interest in Wisconsin and GPS "tracks" which have been uploaded by club members.


Helpful Stuff
How to Maintain Your ATV Battery

New ATV models no longer come with a kick-starters these days and it is no wonder too because electric starters are more convenient and easier for both kids AND adult ATV users. Except for some ATVs that comes with BOTH electric and kick starts, batteries are usually a necessary item on the ATV. Since electric starters have become the norm on an ATV, it would be best if we learned up a little on how to maintain the ATV battery to avoid unnecessary mishaps.

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Evasive vs Invasive Species
What is the problem with invasive species & ATV riding?

We all need to work together to stop the invasion. Click  here  to help protect the ATV trails, camping and play areas from invasive species taking over!

Survival in the Wilderness
Basic rules if you are lost and alone in the wilderness

Do you know what to do if you are lost and alone in the wilderness? Stop, Think, Observe, and Plan before you go into action.

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Wilderness Tails Encountered
Scouting for a bow stand…

It was early Nov. on a clear sunny day when I was scouting for a bow stand. I was crossing some low ground between two ridges when I heard some loud growling that didn't sound like any animal I knew to inhabit that area. I was about 150 yds when I first heard it and it had my curiosity to see what kind of animal could make that much noise. I slowly approached it and the closer I got the more agitated it became..The growls became louder and more fierce! As if it was a warning? I approached to approximately 30 to 35 yds when it got extremely agitated at about the precise moment I got extremely scared! I decided whatever it was, I wasn't that curious to venture any further and I decided to vacate the area. The one thing I neglected to tell earlier; although I never sighted anything, When I was the closest to it, I was watching the trees shake but I could observe nothing in the branches that could be causing that effect an an otherwise calm day. [VOTE NOW]

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