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2015 Wells, NV UTV Rally June 18-21

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Registration will be limited to the first 100 paid registrants. This is our first year of organizing this event. Because we are feeding all paid participants 3 dinners starting with Thursday night on 6/18 and 3 breakfasts starting Friday AM, 6/19, and this is our first year of organizing this event with the BLM, we are limiting the registrations. Perhaps if this first event isn’t too chaotic, we can attempt a bigger event in 2016.

Registration fees will be $125 per person. This includes the rides, the six meals at the City Park, an event T-shirt, and a keg on Friday PM and Sat PM. The Saturday night dinner will be a nice steak dinner with all the trimmings, an awards banquet with door prizes and a 50/50 ticket raffle.

Routes will be available as a “menu” with gps downloads available, maps are not available, but will be posted on boards with loops highlighted on them. I will post information about purchasing the correct maps on the website. We will also offer some rides with a ride leader. Please remember to bring applicable cables necessary to down load routes to your gps unit. All files are from Garmin Mapsource.

In NV, UTVs are allowed on some state roads, not on US highways. It is recommended that all occupants of UTVs wear helmets and utilize their seatbelts. It is also recommended that all parties or groups are equipped with cell phones, at least one SPOT satellite receiver, and or a satellite phone. You will be given all applicable emergency contact numbers.

NV is different than many areas because we are a mostly federal lands state. This lack of private land allows us great access to our outdoors. As such this is a BLM permitted event. Please respect our public lands and leave little or no sign of your passing. Surely, if you pack it in, you can pack it out. Please leave any gates the way you found them. Keep your UTV on existing roads and trails. Because it is a BLM permitted ride, there could be personnel looking for spark arrestors.

Wells has several motels. That info will be listed on our website. The same for our local RV Campgrounds.

Fees can be paid via PayPal, personal or cashiers check sent in.

PayPal to: [email protected]

Mail to: We Ride, LLC

PO Box 247, Wells, NV 89835

Please include all names, address, phone numbers, type of UTV, shirt sizes for all registrants.

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