June 2019 Camp Sinawa Ride Weekend
  1.   Southeast WI
  2.   29 attendees
  3.   31st May, 2019 6:00PM
Legislative/DNR/Tourism VIP Ride | Tigerton
  1.   Southeast WI
  2.   22 attendees
  3.   28th Jun, 2019 11:00AM

Making sure your rig is ready for the trail is a crucial element in reducing risk. Each trail ride, your certified Trail Guide Ambassadors will require you to look over your vehicle. It is the drivers responsibility to make sure everything on their rig is in proper working order, if a Trail Guide or another driver identifies something on a vehicle that could be a cause of possible risk while on the ride, a driver may be asked to no longer participate. 

Our intent is to host quality, family-friendly events where everyone has fun and works together. We're not out here to wreck your vehicle or put you or your rig at risk. If you are not comfortable with something out on the trail, it is your responsibility to find a different line, trail or to turn around. Trail Guides, while knowledgeable, are not responsible for your vehicle or your passengers. With many rides being done every weekend, it's important for all of us to take safety seriously so we can all hit the trails again and again. 


Why a waiver?

The Road Legal 4WD Association works with many landowners and as such, many of them require our chapters to carry a landowner liability policy. Without this policy, we wouldn't have very many private trails or even public events that require said insurance. The carriers we work with for this very special type of policy require that everyone who enjoys the trails with us sign a waiver releasing folks from liability. Insurance is a major key to keep programs like ours alive and we're very fortunate to have secured the needed protections to keep trails and events going year after year. 

For your convenience, we've attached both waivers so you can review and print these for events. We ask that if you get them signed without a Trail Guide as a witness, to do it in front of a notary public (available at most banks some government buildings). 

Legal Guardian and Minors

Youth who wish to join us at events must have a minor waiver signed by the legal parent(s) or guardian. A signature from a friend, parents friend, or a permission note will not be accepted. If you plan to bring youth that are not yours, print this waiver in color (both pages) and have the parent(s) or legal guardian(s) sign this with a notary public (we'll look for the stamp). If the minor waiver is not filled out correctly, you'll be asked to leave. 

PLEASE PRINT WAIVER IN COLOR AS SOME STATES INDICATE THAT BEING NEEDED

If you have any questions, please post your comments below and we'll be here to answer them. Thank you for your cooperation!


 

 

Minor Waiver Below, again print in color! 


 

 

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  •   Allen Wohlfeil reacted to this post about 4 days ago
    Last weekend John Quirk Jess Harden and I started mapping the Northern Highland - American Legion state forest. I presented our finding to the local DNR folks in charge and they were very impressed with our organization, mapping, trail...
    Last weekend John Quirk Jess Harden and I started mapping the Northern Highland - American Legion state forest. I presented our finding to the local DNR folks in charge and they were very impressed with our organization, mapping, trail ambassadors and alike. We'll be talking next weekend on how we can further dirt and slow speed trails (unimproved roads) that they have a LOT of. We'll try and help brush, finish mapping, and be a voice to suggest how to sign the trails (roads) so that our group and public RL4WD can enjoy this vast 225,000 acre state forest.

    The first trails scouted were mapped, leveled, named and added to the directory if you want to take a look:

    Jute Trail | Boulder Junction, WI -  https://rl4wd.com/directory/trail-systems/public-trails/jute-trail-boulder-junction-wi-rl4wd-lvl-3-4x4-trail

    Katie Lake Trail | Vilas County Forest -  https://rl4wd.com/directory/trail-systems/public-trails/katielakeeagleriver

    Palmer Woods Trail | Big Lake, WI -  https://rl4wd.com/directory/trail-systems/public-trails/palmer-woods-trail-big-lake-wi-rl4wd-4x4-slow-speed-trail

    Timberlake Loop | Manitowish Waters, WI -  https://rl4wd.com/directory/trail-systems/public-trails/timberlake-loop-manitowish-waters-wi-lvl-3-trail

    Whitney Ridge Trail | Manitowish Waters, WI -  https://rl4wd.com/directory/trail-systems/public-trails/whitney-ridge-trail-manitowish-waters-wi-lvl-4-trail

    Together we can develop great relationships with these land managers and help keep these trails open. I again want to thank you all for being a member and coming to events, mapping trails, and being part of the solution. We're making a difference in Wisconsin and we're getting results!



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  •   Ryan Harden commented on this post about 5 days ago
    Background checks?
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    • Criminal background checks are done, yes. We look for things like violent crimes. Trail Guide Ambassadors are at the forefront of all that we do and tCriminal background checks are done, yes. We look for things like violent crimes. Trail Guide Ambassadors are at the forefront of all that we do and thus we can't have them losing (if possible) their cool on the trail when they see something going arai.

      You get a copy of the background check as well so you can double check it for accuracy.
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      What is " state certified Trail Guide Ambassador"? i have been tryinwouldn't a psychological test show if someone would snap over a background check?
      What is " state certified Trail Guide Ambassador"? i have been trying to find it but can't locate it online
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    • More info is on trailambassador.com
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    • that does not say anything about being certified by the state, that is your website and all it talks about is atv/utv.
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    • It's all in the sogs in print form then yet. Sorry, don't have time right now to get it all online until we have the online class up. If I have to keeIt's all in the sogs in print form then yet. Sorry, don't have time right now to get it all online until we have the online class up. If I have to keep running events, all this stuff gets delayed. Sorry, I'm one person.   More ...
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  •   Greg Brusk reacted to this post about 1 week ago
    Our slow speed trails initiative has been a very popular topic for 4x4s, ATV's UTV's and OHM's as of late. In the DNR stakeholders meeting yesterday there was talk about trying to get this concept definition injected in the trails manual for the...
    Our slow speed trails initiative has been a very popular topic for 4x4s, ATV's UTV's and OHM's as of late. In the DNR stakeholders meeting yesterday there was talk about trying to get this concept definition injected in the trails manual for the state. I was a bit surprised we were able to even bring that to the table this late in the game as that draft I thought was already going to print... good things for sure will come of them looking at what we have.

    It's always an uphill battle as we define ourselves in the recreational usergroups of Wisconsin. It can take years to get people to understand what we are and what we do... and more importantly, what we're not. While some 4x4 groups scorn us for one thing or another, we must look past all of that. We. Want. Trails. And unlike any other group, we're getting it done and have a track record of doing so. Those folks bellyaching about our membership and our rides and whatever else, we'll help them too by providing public trails they can ride on. Without the help of the Trail Guide Ambassadors and our management team, the board, our partners, and the network of friends to help keep us focused and strong, not sure we'd be where we are.

    If you hear folks moaning about our events or our group, do yourself a favor and just let it go, it's not worth the drama. We're getting trails, we're redefining a recreation and soon enough, we'll have our own public program in Wisconsin, and it all started and worked because of our members who come to events, help out, pay dues and be part of the fun.

    This year is a hand-off year for me. By this I mean we've played with some concepts over the last few years and are refining it so Trail Guide Ambassadors and members can get together and go ride. We're here to provide the tools, the site, the education and such so you can make things happen. I'm doing what I can to turn my focus to meetings and legislation over hosting events... but only if the Trail Guide Ambassadors can pick up where I leave off. If I'm stuck doing events, I'm missing meetings that get us more trails. I'm only human and can't do it all even though I try and then fail lol.

    This year we focus on finishing up the non-profit status, create ways to be self sustaining for the long haul, making our systems professional and duplicatable, shooting professional videos and images for that content, creating courses and alike, and again, give you all the tools to learn, find trails, find buds to ride with and go have fun!

    I can't say this enough, it's been an absolute pleasure helping this industry in Wisconsin, the future for Slow Speed Trails is looking very bright indeed for 4x4 and other recreations. Let's get those flat trails leveled up and make em fun to ride on! Thank you all for your support!!!
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  •   Ryan Harden commented on this post about 1 week ago
    I had a meeting with a ski resort yesterday that has 1100 acres. We talked about adding slow speed trails on their property. We may need to check this out, they may give us a break on the lodging for helping out and member incentives year round....
    I had a meeting with a ski resort yesterday that has 1100 acres. We talked about adding slow speed trails on their property. We may need to check this out, they may give us a break on the lodging for helping out and member incentives year round. I'll know more in about a week, but the first meeting in the office was very positive. It's right on the WI/MI border around where we mapped a few weekends ago.
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    • My point in saying this is there would be a likelihood we could do some map training and scouting hands-on if anyone would be interested. Looks like mMy point in saying this is there would be a likelihood we could do some map training and scouting hands-on if anyone would be interested. Looks like my next scouting allocation is June 8th. I plan on bringing the family if we go, they have a pool and such.   More ...
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