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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
Choosing the Right ATV Helmet

You have already taken the time to choose the right ATV for you or a family member. You did your research, maybe test drove a few to make sure the vehicle had the right "fit" and found one that matched both your budget and your personal sense of style. Your shopping isn't over yet. Along with having the right ATV for either the trails or working out in the field, you're going to need the proper safety gear to go along with it. Gloves, jackets, pants and boots are definitely on the list, but the most important piece of safety gear you will own will be your helmet.

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Survival in the Wilderness
Building a Fire Pit

Understanding how to build a fire pit with safety and utility in mind is an important wilderness skill. From keeping warm in cold weather to cooking food and providing light, proper fire pit construction is important to make the most of your outdoor experiences.

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Winter is Coming !
Put your ATV in storage or continue riding ?
It’s the end of the season for this club’s ATV trails. After October 31 – the trails are closed for ATV use. The snowmobile club will mark there trails for the winter; so what do you do? First, you cannot ride your ATV on the snowmobile trails in this area. That will just earn you a fine. So, pack up and head for the North.

The DunGood Riders Inc. trails are open for both ATV and snowmobile use. Check our calendar for ride schedule. Enjoy!

Wisconsin Deer Season
Use caution during deer season when riding!

Are you thinking of going on an ATV ride during gun deer season? I’m sorry, but that would be a really stupid idea! It’s true that some ATV trails maybe open during the month of November, but unless you are hunting on your own private property – leave the ATV at home for that week.

OK – Let me explain – If you simply get the urge to go for an ATV ride – that would be a stupid idea. Not everyone (especially during deer season) will tolerate an ATV screaming through the Northern woods of Wisconsin while attempting to hunt the vicious white tail.

What if I am using my ATV to hunt? Yes, ATVs are a great way to get to and from the deer stand. But! If you are hunting on public property – keep in mind that area maybe closed to ALL ATV USE during gun deer week. Not all roads are marked as routes so you cannot travel to and from your vehicle or home to hunt.

Simply – you will get into more trouble than its worth using an ATV on public property during gun deer week. Leave the ATV at home!

What If I am hunting on my own private property or friends? Not a problem, as long as you have permission to be on that property and your weapon of mass destruction is unloaded and in a case. Enjoy!

One last note – the same applies to the new LUV (Light Utility Vehicles) or side-by-side machines that are being sold. Read the D.N.R. rules book and I strongly urge you to contact your local warden before attempting to use these machines on public land during gun deer week. You’ll thank me later for doing it….Good Hunting!

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