The RL4WDA Cartographers group discusses mapping topics for our online directory.
There are a lot of things going on in Wisconsin and the RL4WDA is helping pave the way for more trail access. This group is set up to inform our members and community about important issues we're dealing with on a statewide level. Many of these things will require your voice, your vote and together, we can keep expanding riding trails in this great state!
Please share and invite your friends to this group to stay up to date on things we're doing.
The Northeast Wisconsin Page set up until a chapter takes over. We're doing a lot of mapping and events in this area to spawn interest in someone starting a chapter or a club coming in to manage it. It is currently being run by the home office until a local group of volunteers takes over the region.
This group is dedicated to our members who want to be part of or pass the course for the Trail Patrol Ambassador program.
Back in 2001 over the ATV side, we set out to try and do more than just trail patrol. You see, when a user group can manage and self-patrol the riding population, we can avoid tickets, avoid or report activity and expand riding areas. When land managers see that our group has the credentials and program to keep the trails safe and usable, we get a lot more places to ride.
We started with www.trailpatrol.com which will eventually be switched over entirely to www.trailambassador.com. Here, we can coordinate with all other Trail Ambassadors and come up with plans to address problem areas.
The Trail Ambassador program is being used by the Wisconsin ATV / UTV Association, Wisconsin Off-Highway Motorcycle Association and now Wrangler Riders. We also have program users in Maine and Minnesota with others looking to use it in Arizona and a few other states.
At the annual meeting in April, the Trail Ambassadors get awarded with thousands of dollars in product from our sponsors for those who logged the most miles, most hours and most reports, etc. This system has created thousands of miles of trails and gave recreations a far easier time opening trails and parks.