Christmas Party, December 2nd

Hello Idaho UTV Club Members:  It’s that time of year again for some fun and cheer to welcome the Christmas season.  The party will be Dec. 2, 2015  at the Riverside Hotel,
2900 Chinden Blvd., Garden City, ID 83714.  Cost is $20 per person to be paid in advance.  Please bring a gift valued at no more than $10.00.  If you are a couple, please bring two gifts.  There will be a lot of fun stealing each others gifts.

Meridian night light parade sponsored by the Idaho UTV Club

Mark your calendar December 4th at Storey Park, Meridian (north side of Meridian Raceway)

Line up at 5:00pm, parade starts @6:30pm,  You can purchase inverters at Harbor Freight and if they still have them , Costco. One inverter should run what ever Xmas lights you want to run?  Please email us that you plan to ride your decorated rig in the Parade.

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39 coats were donated by Idaho UTV club members to the Valley Women’s and Kids Shelter.  A big Thank You to the club members who were able to donate coats at a important time of year.  I’m sure they will be appreciated this cold winter!


Next Idaho Club Meeting, Wednesday January 6th

 Try your luck with our 50-50 drawing!

Don’t miss a meeting because you could miss out on our new 1/4 split drawing!  Drawing is for all paid members and you must be present to win!  This is a progressive drawing, so if winning name isn’t present the money goes into the next meeting 1/4 draw.

Raffle: Kris Wainwright won $120.00, Coy and Brenda Rhoades would have won $60.00 but they were not in attendance for the monthly meeting. So that money will go towards next month’s drawing. Congratulations to Kris for his win.

Idaho Pizza Company at 405 E Fairview Ave, Meridian, Idaho.

Social hour at 6 PM, Meeting at 7 – 8 PM




Level 1
Beginner: Gravel or dirt surfaces that are relatively flat and wide. Generally wide
enough for an ATV to pass a full-sized vehicle. May be dusty but are relatively smooth with no
rocks or roots protruding more than three inches above the surface. Ride distance will be short,
speeds very slow.
Level 2
Advanced Beginner: Mild ups and downs, some narrow, mild rock, mostly roads
and jeep trails, minor off camber. Two-wheel drive ok.
Level 3
Intermediate: Loose gravel, sandy, rocky or rutty surface. May have short
sections that are narrow. Can have blind turns, switchbacks, steep or roller coaster grades,
some off-camber side hills, minor drop-offs, ruts and frequent changes in riding surfaces.
Occasional obstacles may strike the frame. Four-wheel drive may be needed depending on
conditions. Pace of ride will be a little faster, distances and length of ride will be longer.
Level 4
Advanced Intermediate: Rocky surfaces, sharp turns, switchbacks, steep
grades, narrow passages, low overhangs, ledges and large rocks. Can be slippery and muddy
when wet. May have tree stumps, limbs or other debris. Machines with low ground clearance
may strike or high center on obstacles. Four-wheel drive highly recommended.
Level 5
Expert: Very rocky, steep, off camber, high water crossings, large ruts. Large
obstacles in trails, narrow with big drop offs. Four-wheel drive required, may need winch.

P.O. BOX 0767
“Promote, Enjoy, Protect”