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Off the road

August 3, 1973

The users of more than five million off-road recreational vehicles (ORVs) -- motorcycles, four-wheelers, campers, and snowmobiles -- are having difficulty sharing the public lands with those who favor traditional forms of locomotion -- hikers, skiers, and showshoers.

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Off the road
The users of more than five million off-road recreational vehicles (ORVs) -- motorcycles, four-wheelers, campers, and snowmobiles -- are having difficulty sharing the public lands with those who favor traditional forms of locomotion -- hikers, skiers, and showshoers.

Perspective

In defense of trail cycling
Riding a trail-type motorcycle along a challenging trail through broken terrain or a remote scenic area can provide a genuine thrill, no matter what your age.

News

Club criticizes Kaiparowits
Marga Raskin, a representative of the Sierra Club has, commended Secretary of the Interior Rogers C.B. Morton for halting construction of the Kaiparowits power plant on the grounds that it would significantly degrade southern Utah's air.
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