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License Plate
Did you buy / make a rear license plate for your ATV / UTV yet?
On April 2nd, 2012 Governor Scott Walker signed the UTV program & ATV enhancement (SB354) bill into Wisconsin Law. Part of this bill changes how ATV (All-Terrain Vehicle) & UTV (Utility Terrain Vehicles) are registered for public trail riding in Wisconsin. A big change is the requirement for a rear license plate - you must mount on your recreational vehicle; a rear license plate the DNR will not be providing. You, as the owner, will need to furnish this rear license plate while following some very specific rules on its construction. Click  here  for more information.

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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
Basic Features of ATV Parts

While buying an ATV, the quality that one should look for depends solely on how ATV will be utilized by the user. All-terrain vehicle or ATV comes in different types of power-driven vehicles. Among them some are technically identified as ATV category. ATV is designed in such a way so that it can serve multiple purposes. For example, there are certain ATVs, which are four wheeled and look similar to golf-carts. They are useful for game purposes, fishing or farm work. Their characteristics include power to get through thick snow, marshland and even thick mud. They can also carry heavy loads easily. In contrast to these there are some ATVs that are small motorcycles. Compared to the characteristic of first one these are powerful yet lightweight for both novice and professional racing on clay tracks. Not only this, today quad ATVs are also available in market whose usage is not limited to recreational purposes only. They have proved to be equally helpful on farm and ranches.

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Survival in the Wilderness
Using GPS For Survival Geocaching

Geocaching is an up-and-coming outdoor sport, quietly gaining in popularity worldwide. Its primary purpose is recreational, and there are literally thousands upon thousands of hidden caches that span the globe. But this is only one use for a handheld GPS (Global Positioning System). Spinning off of geocaching for recreational use, geocaching can also come in handy for survival purposes. Here we will explore some of the ways that a GPS unit can be employed from an emergency preparedness standpoint.

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Wilderness Tails Encountered
My friends and I were ATV riding when:

Some friends and I were ATV riding last summer when we stopped to take a break. My buddy climbed up on some rocks that overlooked the area when he saw a big black moving object walking long the tree line on the other side of this low area we were parked. He thought it was a bear, but when we got a better look it more looked like a gorilla? Then it hit us that it was probably a Bigfoot. It didn't stop or anything, it just kept moving south of us. We left the area. [VOTE NOW]

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