Testimont to The Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources Hearing on Off-Highway Vehicle Management on Public Lands

Greg Mumm, Executive Director Blue Ribbon Coalition. June 5, 2008 Read Comments […]

The Impact Of Spending By ATV/Trailbike Travel Parties On New Hampshire’s Economy During July 2002 To June 2003

For the twelve month period between July 1, 2002 and June 30, 2003, all-terrain vehicle (ATV) and trailbiking travel parties had direct spending within New Hampshire of about $124 million, and direct and indirect spending of approximately $176 million. The total impact on the state’s economy (direct, indirect and induced impacts) of this traveler spending […] […]

The Economic Impact of the Hatfield~McCoy Trail System in West Virginia 2006

The Center for Business and Economic Research at Marshall University was commissioned by the Hatfield~McCoy Regional Recreation Authority to prepare a comprehensive economic impact study of the Hatfield~McCoy Trail System. Read Hatfield-Mccoy Study […]

Economic Importance of Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation to Cochise County, Arizona 2003

Cochise County is located in the southeast corner of the state. It has 2.3% of the state’s population and 5.54% of the state’s land base. Population density is 19 people per square mile. The topography includes Chihuahuan Desert dotted with isolated mountain ranges. The region provides OHV recreationists with desert OHV opportunities as well as forested roads and trails for […] […]

Economic Impacts and motivations of Offhighway Vehicle Recreationists: A Case Study from Florida

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