Bosski Inc. has launched a new program to help nonprofit associations and ATV clubs in the United States and Canada expand, maintain and enhance the safety of ATV trails through the use of ATV Wagon trailers.
"Many trail organizations have contacted us wishing they had one of our rugged trailers in their equipment sheds. Now their wishes will come true," says Bosski's Keith Evans. "The maintenance of riding trails is expensive. Nearly every riding club is a group of volunteers with minimal funding. Our Trailers for Trails program will allow the club to own an ATV Wagon trailer at a charitable value."
ATV Wagon trailers are in use at many off-road trail systems throughout North America, including the prestigious 500-mile-and-growing Hatfield-McCoy Trail System of West Virginia.
The program is offered for 501 nonprofit groups. Levels of sponsorship will vary according to each group's needs and the funds available. The ATV Wagon distributor, in cooperation with a participating dealer, will work directly with the ATV club.
"Without trails, there would be no place to ride, and if there's no place to ride, then we can't enjoy the backcountry and get away from it all," Evans says.