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Utah Off-Road Racing OHV Rules and Regulations
For those that like to be competitive with their riding or even just get out for a little bar to bar action, Utah offers a good string of Motocross and Desert races put on by the different clubs and organizations. There are races often through the warmer months from the end of February clear till the snow flies in winter.

Racing is a great aspect of our sport and is a great way to showcase your abilities as a rider and get in the heat of competition. Whether your an experienced pro or a newbie to the sport racing can be a lot of fun. For the those new to the sport you might find these article helpful.

How to Get Started in Desert Racing and How to Get Started in Motocross

This a copy of the Utah State OHV Laws downloaded from the Utah State site.

Utah Trail Etiquette Get Involved!

Our sport is in constant danger of loosing some of our favorite places to ride. Extreme environmentalist groups want to close riding areas to preserve them. Riding is a great way to get out see and enjoy these places. With constant pressure on our activity any one step out of bounds by an OHV user can signal all sorts of closures or travel limitations. There are things you can do to help protect and preserve our places to ride.

Read more about Utah Trail Etiquette...

  • USA-ALL - Every year Wilderness Activists Groups (WAGS) pressure land managers to severely limit or eliminate access to our public lands. USA-ALL is an umbrella organization which unites user groups to form an effective opposition to such efforts.
  • BlueRibbon Coalition - The BlueRibbon Coalition champions responsible use of public lands for the benefit of all recreationists by educating and empowering its members.
  • Utah Desert Clubs