When riding the County trails please ride offset (not straight down the center) so we are not making ruts in the trail. Also when you are riding all of our trails please yield to pedestrians, horseback riders, hikers, and bicyclists on the trail. This means at least stopping for horses and slowing down for people. Also, when you are getting close to houses please slow down as a common courtesy to reduce dust. It is also illegal to ride down either State Routes 370 (in Cato) and 104A (in Fair Haven). We only have permission to cross these main routes. If you are caught, you WILL be ticketed and it will reflect poorly on the club. We need to do all this so we can keep people happy so we are allowed to continue sharing the trails in the near future.
The club has received the grant through Polaris that we applied for and with the grant we have started contracting some ditch work and trail leveling in a few different areas along the Oswego and Cayuga county trail systems.
It is our mission to further positive awareness of ATV recreation while promoting both landowner rights and respect for the environment. We seek association with like-minded clubs facilitating broader access to trail systems throughout the state.