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Who is TKO Trailriders?
TKO Trailriders is a non-profit organization made up its existing members... for the members. There are no officers, but every year, spokespeople are nominated to carry out the month to month duties of the club.

The club itself is made of many people from many different walks of life. We regularly have complete family on our trail outings, and we promote the participation of all persons. TKO is committed to maintaining a family-style atmosphere so all that attend can enjoy their day in the woods with fellow OHV enthusiasts.

Why join TKO Trailriders?
TKO is committed to giving back to the environment. We regularly participate in trail clean ups and maintenance programs, as well as donate funds to other non-profit organizations who strive to support the hobby of OHV travel. By joining TKO, you will be helping to support a wonderful means of outdoor enjoyment while meeting up with others who share your same excitement for OHV events.

Who can join TKO Trailriders?

Anyone with a street legal four-wheel drive vehicle can join TKO Trailriders, pending they are 18 years of age and posses a valid driving license. Club dues are $40.00 per year and are collected at the beginning of every new year.

How do I join?
Joining TKO is simple. You can start by dropping a line to the current club spokesman, ">Andy Biggs. Andy can fill you in on all the details of when the club meets, where those meetings will be held, and any other questions you may have. You can also visit our MAP page to find out how to get to our meetings, and when/where they are held.



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Is my vehicle ready for OHV travel?
While it is no mystery that many of us would not do with our vehicles what we see in those "tough guy" TV commercials, it should be said that not all 4x4 vehicles are created equally. With that said, we have come up with a "guideline" to what you should have your vehicle equipped with before tackling the great outdoors:

  • First Aid Kit
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Tow Hooks
  • Recovery Strap (no metal hooks)
  • CB Radio

That's it. Granted, you won't be able to tackle every trail we go on, but members ALWAYS notify other members ahead of time if a trail might be to tough for the way the vehicle is equipped. However, it is always up to the individual to determine if they are comfortable getting into different trails.

What kind of vehicles are already involved in the club?
There are many different types of vehicles, and you can see the majority of them on the MEMBERS page.

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