At the March Meeting of the SEUOHV Club, Board President Rich Beardall reported that as a part of the conditional use permit for the Devil's Racetrack trail, the Eva Conover trail, the Eagle Canyon trail, and the top of Swasey trail, the SEUOHV Club is responsible for maintenence and cleanup for these four trails.
It is the respnsobility of all club members to pick up trash along these trails when they ride them. This is a mandatory condition for the permit to keep using the trails on the Bureau of Land Management's land.
The off trail travel which occured on the Devil's Racetrack during February has been repaired. The damage was done by a full sized vehicle which apparently suffered some sort of malfunction which caused the steering to fail.
After several occurances of off trail travel, the vehicle's driveline then malfuntioned. This caused an oil spill. ATV enthusiasts from Carbon and Emery, as well as from as far as Logan, met at Bellview Flat to travel to the area to do the repair work. Officials from the Bureau of Land Management were also on hand to oversee the repair work.
The Swell Cure For Cabin Fever poker ride was held March 24. It was a great success in spite of the weather. Many local people supported the ride along with a great number of out of the area people.
The SEUOHV Club thanks the businesses who donated prizes. They were: Magnuson Lumber, Rocky Mountain ATV, High Velocity Sports, Carbon/Emery Motorsports, and the Utah Trail Machine Association. We urge our members to support those who support us.