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Land Use

     Our freedom to access and enjoy the outdoors is under attack. So called "green" groups are spending millions upon millions of dollars on lobbyists and lawsuits to restrict our access to our public lands. These folks are not environmentalists. They work from an office building in San Francisco or New York and rarely visit the outdoors.
     Access to your favorite camping spot, fishing hole, hunting area, and access to your favorite riding trails are all at risk; already lost in many areas. It doesn't matter where you are, I'm sure you have seen some form of overbearing and overreaching land restrictions in your area. This needs to stop! 
     DDC Racing is committed to doing anything we can to counter this terrible and destructive land closing agenda. Each quarter we will donate $5.00 from every online rear sprocket purchase to a worthy group or organization engaged in fighting these closures. 

 

For quarter 2, 2017 we will be supporting:  Pine Nut Mountain Trails Association.

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The Pine Nut Mountains Trails Association (PNMTA) is a non-profit organization that was formed in 1998 in response to the threat of losing access to our public lands; in and around the Carson Valley. (Nevada)

The PNMTA has been working with the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and other government agencies ever since to protect our rights to enjoy our beautiful public lands. The PNMTA represents all types of recreational users. Their members include: dirt bike enthusiasts, 4-wheelers, bicyclists, Equestrians, Hunters, and any person that is interested in preserving public lands for the public.

Taking care of the land is a key part of their strategy. No other group has done as much to improve the environment in the Pine Nut Mountains and surrounding area. The PNMTA has organized annual cleanups and trail projects resulting in the removal of thousands of cubic yards of trash and dozens of abandoned vehicles. The PNMTA has also completed trail improvement projects, including signing trails and creating official staging areas.

The PNMTA organizes many different activities to keep everyone connected. They have picnics, camping trips, and day trips scheduled throughout the year.  Check out their Face Book Page for the latest information on upcoming events.

Please join The PNMTA by clicking here

You can request more information about PNMTA by email: info@pnmta.net

or by US Mail: P.N.M.T.A., P.O. Box 3012 , Gardnerville, NV 89410

 

 

We are pleased to announce that we will be supporting The Stewards Of The Sequoia for quarter 1, 2017.  

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Stewards of the Sequoia (SOS) have been fighting hard and winning to stop trail closures. Since 2004 they continue to be the largest on the ground volunteer organization in the Sequoia National Forest. Stewards work with agencies proactively to ensure trails remain open and even build new trails. More recently Stewards of the Sequoia initiated litigation to Stop the PCT Land Grab from eliminating motorized single track trails. SOS has put together a great video on the subject which you can view by clicking here.


Stewards of the Sequoia is funded by donations from riders who want to do something meaningful to stop trail closures. You can make a tax deductible donation by clicking here.

For more information and to see a short video about Stewards of the Sequoia, please click here.
Our donation to the Stewards is on the way!
Donation to SOS

 

 

 

For our second land use advocacy group to support we have selected:

The Trails Preservation Alliance
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The Trails Preservation Alliance (TPA) is dedicated to preserving and protecting OHV use on public lands in Colorado and surrounding areas. The TPA’s primary goal is focused on preserving motorized single-track trail riding.The TPA is a 100 percent volunteer organization whose intention is to be a viable partner, working with the United States Forest Service (USFS) and the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to preserve the sport of trail riding.
The TPA will act as an advocate of the sport and take the necessary action to insure that the USFS and BLM allocate to trail riding a fair and equitable percentage of access to public lands.
DDC Racing will donate $5.00 from each rear sprocket sold on our website between October 1st, 2016 and December 31st, 2016.
The TPA has been doing great work to keep Colorado single track alive and well, if you would like to help the cause on your own please DONATE HERE.
Our donation to the TPA is on the way!
DDC Donation to TPA

 

 

 

The first organization we have selected to support is a national land advocacy organization: The Blue Ribbon Coalition. If you are not familiar with BRC, you should be. Please visit their website as they have great national and local land use information and alerts. 
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DDC Racing will donate $5.00 from each rear sprocket sold on our website between now an October 1st, 2016. If you wish to make an additional donation, please visit BRC's contribute page. Thank you for your help in protecting our access and for protecting the future of motorcycling riding.
BRC Donation of $100
With your support we have made a donation to the BRC of $100.00 for period June-September 2016. Thank you!