7 X 9 Lawsuit
We just received news that the lawsuit challenging the opening of the 7x9 Road, Liberty Rd, the Hermitage and Number 4 Rd has been thrown out. This is a first for the ATVers. We have won this lawsuit but we should still show that we are respectful riders It's too bad though that the younger ones don't and they are the ones that should not be on any roads or trails without a parent or guardian. But then there are those who never grow up. It takes a handful to ruin it for the rest of us. In the mean time we will still look for an alternative route just in case.
Toys for Children
The Tug Hill Wheelers will be collecting Toys for Children (see poster). Drop off areas are Louie's, Tuggers, Creekside, Tug Hill Hook N'Ladder. DONATIONS WILL STAY IN LEWIS COUNTY.
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Ride With Us
For your information some County and Towns roads are now legally open to ATV Traffic here on the Hill. The Trails requiring the permit will be open May 1st. Please purchase a map to be able to find these trails. Just remember; please stay on the Trail or stay home. It doesn't matter if you are local or out of the area. What you do reflects on the rest of us!
TUG HILL WHEELERS ATV CLUB 25TH ANNIVERSARY SHIRTS & COOZIES
At our NYSORVA RIDE it has been brought to our attention that some misleading information has been given out this year. If you join the Tug Hill Adirondack ATV Association you are NOT AUTOMATICALLY a member of the clubs in Lewis County.The Association has their own club which is separate from the Lewis County Clubs.We also heard the same news from the Highmarket Club. Also the THAATVA does not have any trails. The trails you have been hearing that they have been working on are private trails belonging to Flat Rock Inn. If you have any questions you can contact the club President John McGraw.
The fall season is upon us and so is hunting season. We can't tell you not to ride on the seasonal roads but please ride with caution. The hunters are out in the early morning and before dusk so don't start out too early and try to be back to your vehicle before supper. Also for safety sake DO NOT WEAR BROWN OR WHITE unless you want to be mistaken for deer.The weekends are the busiest time here in Lewis county for the hunters so if you really want to enjoy our fall colors try riding during the week days. Ride Safe