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A message from the BRC Editor........
Here we are almost to July, six months into being President of BlueRibbon Coalition (www.sharetrails.org) and I have gotten very little recreation in
outdoors. It has been a busy year though, and a broken Jeep for two months did not help either. Getting ready for my second trip of the year
to Salt Lake City for BRC. This second one is for a summer BOD meeting at one of our BOD members business, as he graciously offered his
conference room for us to use. Thanks Dan at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC (www.rockymountainatvmc.com).
Speaking of the broken Jeep, it is now fixed and ready for the trails. I have had it up to Bald Mountain in the Sierra National Forest shortly after it was fixed with a new Atlas transfer case from Advance Adapters. It was great working with them to get
this Atlas quickly and get the Jeep back on the road. I also attended the second Jeep Beach West event at Pismo Beach and played on the sand dunes with about 70 other Jeeps. I know the organizer would like to try and get this event bigger and more
like the Florida Jeep Beach event. It was nice weather at the beach compared to the triple digit temps in the central valley where I live. Things at BRC are progressing along really well, and Martin Hackworth, our new Executive Director has taken the reigns and making things happen. He partnered with KLIM and they have sponsored an event in Idaho that supports BRC
called the Cow Tag event. You can enter to win a Cody Webb prepped KTM race bike. We also sent Del & Stacie back East
for a little eastern adventure. Their first stop was the Unlimited OffRoad Expo and then up to the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival where they were in their second parade of the year to break the world record for Jeeps in a parade. They made a lot of new contacts for BRC and help spread our sphere of influence across the United States.
It is a busy time at the BRC office with the upcoming Cow Tag event, We are excited to pass along this excellent news from Colorado, where our collective efforts with our valued Colorado partners have again paid courtroom dividends. Please see the
summary and full decision outlined below, in which the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals decisively ruled in favor of motorized
recreation and against Colorado Backcountry Hunters and Anglers.