Motorized Trails

Motorized trails are designated to meet the requirements of OHV riders, protect resources, and achieve sustainability. They are not shared-use or accessible trails. They typically are closed to all nonmotorized uses.

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Upcoming trainings for Motorized Trails

A OR B Bucking and Limbing Chainsaw Training at Camp Dodge Training Center
Appalachian Mountain Club
Appalachian Mountain Club


Trail Workers with Motorized Trails Experience

Access Fund

Contractor Trainer Agency Corps Nonprofit Higher Education
Kinetic Trails, LLC

Kinetic Trails, LLC


Matt Able

USDA Forest Service


Erin Amadon

Town 4 Trail Services LLC

Contractor Trainer

Troy, Me

Erin Amadon's passion for trail work began over two decades ago when she first served as a member…


Heide Andersen


Winthrop, Wa

I am a Recreation Planner for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. I am responsible for…


Ben Appleby

Linear Active LLC

Contractor Trainer

Zanesville, Oh

I am the founder and owner of Linear Active LLC. I started the business in 2012 after completing my…


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Federal Highway Administration USDA Forest Service National Park Service Bureau of Land Management
American Trails Professional TrailBuilders Association Partnership for the National Trails System Northern Vermont University Northwest Arkansas Community College Eppley Institute Corps Network