About

Idaho UTV

Dedicated to fun, friends, riding and preserving our Idaho trails for future use. Meetings held the first Wednesday of each month at Idaho Pizza in Meridian. Social Hour – Eat Pizza 6-7 PM Meeting Starts 7 PM. Vist Idaho UTV on Facebook to download a membership app. Please join us in the fight to keep your right to ride.

PURPOSE
The purpose for which the club is organized is to exclusively engage in charitable, educational and lobbying activities and engage in any other non-profit activities allowed by Idaho law. Specifically, the club shall engage in activities meant to promote and facilitate the recreational and competitive use and operation of side by side utility all-terrain vehicles, by advancing the following interests:
(a) Participation: to foster, promote and encourage the active recreational use of side by side utility all-terrain vehicles in the State of Idaho and its surrounding areas;
(b) Education: to encourage, promote and educate the public as to the safe and responsible use of side by side by side utility all terrain vehicles; and
(c) Land Management: to cooperate with private and public land management and/or regulatory agencies, but always reserving the right to oppose regulations or actions the club considers unfair and/or not serving the best interests of the members; and
(d) Lobbying: to sponsor the enactment of fair federal, state, local and private land use laws and regulations pertaining to ownership and operation of side by side utility all-terrain vehicles, and to actively oppose such laws and regulations as are determined by the club to be detrimental to the best interests of side by side utility all-terrain vehicle users; and
(e) Cooperation: to actively seek out and build mutually beneficial relationships with other recreational users of public land in the State of Idaho; and
(f) Advancement: to promote fundraising projects to assist in the development of safe and responsible use opportunities for side by side utility all-terrain vehicles in the State of Idaho, and its surrounding areas, including but not limited to trail building and maintenance, search and rescue, trail mapping and the like.