Attn: ATV Club Members

Thanks to Darin Bushman Marysvale, Paiute Trail Jam is going again.

Think about the Paiute Trail Jamboree
August 9 to 12, 2017
Marysvale, Utah

Mr. Bushman would like to invite your club to join us at the Paiute Trail Jamboree in Marysvale, August 9-12th.
Our event has been going since 2009 and we are looking forward to another fantastic year.

Members can check out the jamboree at

For our members: email or contact the UT/AZ ATV Club for a special offer. or call (435) 644-8236

Darin J. Bushman, Paiute Trail Jamboree

W: 435-326-4255
C:  435-231-2444

8th Annual Bryce ATV/UTV Rally
      Headquarters will be at the County Fair Building
745 North Main.  Panguitch Utah
August 22nd-26th, 2017

No refunds will be issued. $85. Registration price increases to $100 after Aug 13th.
Registration Fee includes the following

*Breakfast on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday*
*Chance to win a 2017 Arctic Cat Prowler 500*
*Dinner on Saturday* 
*T-Shirt or Hat

To register:




KC Colors 10

Next Meeting

Next ATV Club Meeting: July 20, 2017

Meeting begins at 6:00 PM. Meeting to be held at the Ranchos City Park Pavilion.

Look for the agenda which will be emailed July 18, 2017.
Also, remember our membership drive and invite a OHV Friend to the meeting or the Saturday Ride.

Immediately after the meeting we will have Hamburgers and side dishes. Those bringing side dishes and coordinate with Jan Smith at 644-8236.

ATV Club Saturday scheduled ride

July 22, 2017
Departing from: Johnson Canyon Power Substation
(East of Kanab, at the corrals past the Johnson Canyon turnoff right after the Johnson Canyon Creek crossing on US highway 89)
Get there early.
Departing at 8:00 AM Sharp
We will proceed via the Great Western Trail, up to Buckskin Mtn. continuing up Orderville Canyon and crossing US highway 89A to visit Jolly Sink, continuing on to the Jacob Lake fire tower and Jacob Lake Ranger station cabin. We will take frequent breaks to arrive at the Jacob Lake restaurant at 12:00 noon PDT (1:00 PM Utah time) for lunch. Returning via Cooper Canyon and fast tract to cross the winter road, continuing below the cliffs back to our staging area.

All sizes of OHV’s are welcome. Ride rated moderately difficult, due to length, and endurance. This is a long ride, lots of water, sun block, camera and extra gas, money for lunch. Dry warm weather predicted, but be prepared for thunderstorms.

Non-members welcome, inviting our friends and interested parties on this ride. All riders welcome. Ride speeds: OHV Trails, unimproved, 15 to 20 MPH (touring speeds). On improved and/or graded trails or roads 20 to 35 MPH. (Getting there today speeds).

Important information
Riders rule:
 Each person is responsible to make sure that the following rider is aware of all turns. Stop and make sure that the following rider knows where you are going. (Look for a hand wave and respond likewise). If the rider following you does not appear; stop and wait, eventually the entire group will stop. Do not follow too close, and moderate your speeds and distances. Please keep pace with the rider ahead of you so not to slow down the following riders. If you are unsure of your ability ‘stop’ and ask for assistance.