We would like to recognize California Dual Sport Riders for choosing BlueRibbon Coalition/ShareTrails as the beneficiary of their recent quarterly club cruise. This event resulted in a sizable donation that will be put to good use as we work hard in our fight to keep public lands, trails, and riding areas open to the public.
In California we recently participated in the travel planning for the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument. We’re watching the effort to shut down riding areas in the Mojave Desert for Desert Tortoise concerns. We are also working with numerous local groups, businesses, and organizations to change the land management issues that are leading to catastrophic wildfires that are leading to far too many temporary and permanent closures of some of California’s best areas to ride. We are also a co-plaintiff in a recently filed legal challenge to the Stanislaus National Forest snowmobile plan, which will result in significant losses of riding opportunities in that forest.
In addition to supporting us this quarter, they have also supported C.O.R.V.A., Friends of Oceano Dunes, Stewards of the Sierra and many other great organizations and causes.
We want to thank CDSR and all their members and supporters for their support!
We also want to thank the companies that provided gift-certificates and gear that was used in the raffle for the QCC fundraiser:
We know that putting together an event like this is a labor of love and takes a lot of hard work. We encourage everyone to check out California Dual Sport Riders and learn more about what they do.