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About the TVTMA:
"TVTMA seeks to promote the sport of off-highway vehicle riding while protecting our right to ride by providing a fun, family oriented environment, sponsoring a variety of rides and fun events for men, women and children of all ages and skill levels, exchanging knowledge of the trail systems and riding opportunities with other riders, encouraging membership in our club, working with land managers, political leaders and the public by representing the interests of trail riders, teaching trail ethics, safety, and conservation, and performing maintenance on trails, campsites, and parking areas"

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Options to purchase, One ticket for $10 each or Six tickets for $50.
Tickets will be mailed to your address you provided to PayPal.
KTM raffle winner will be responsible for all taxes and applicable fees. Need not be present to win.
Must be 18 years old to enter. Raffle will be held Saturday July 22nd. No more than 2000 tickets will be sold.    Download 2017 KTM Flyer

Purchase your KTM Raffle tickets hear!

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State News: Nonresident pay to play

The Idaho Recreation Council (IRC) through the Idaho State ATV Association (ISATVA) is taking a survey on the pay-to-play legislation that has already been drafted. Please go to the website at the link and take the survey that is at the bottom of the page.

PANTRA's official position is we are AGAINST this legislation. A complete explanation on PANTRA's position and the draft legislation can be found on the "Call to Action" section of our website.

In short, PANTRA is a family oriented club. Therefore, members generally have multiple OHV's that require licensing in either Washington or Idaho. If this legislation were to pass as drafted, reciprocity that exists between Washington, Idaho, and Montana would be lost. The loss of reciprocity would require you to buy multiple registration stickers for each OHV you intend to use in each State. This could be as much as $65 per OHV per year. Because of the geography and relatively close State boundaries in the Inland Northwest, OHV users in our area would be affected the most by this pay-to-play IRC Legislation and would get the least amount of benefit due to how OHV funds are distributed from Boise and Olympia.

Please take the time to take the survey and let your voice be heard!



The passcode to take the survey is StayOnTrails.

TVTMA History

TVTMA Sponsors



Upcoming Events

TVTMA auto decals are here!
We will have them available at any event and general meetings.
Size 4"x6".


ITMA December 2016 Newsletter

Hosting A Ride

Who can host a ride?
Do I have to provide a meal or refreshments?
How do I host a ride?
Plan your ride.
Provide details.
Executing the ride.

For more information click here.

Treasure Valley Trail Machine Association "TVTMA"  P.O. Box 140162, Boise, ID 83714

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