Brake problems can manifest themselves in a number of ways. Shoes or pads can wear out, leaks can develop in the master or slave cylinders, or the power booster on a power brake system could fail. In this case, the problem was the brake booster leaking vacuum on a 1994 Land Cruiser FZJ80.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department wants to reassure hunters drawn for hunts in the California condor’s core range (GMU 12 A/B and 13 A/B) that the department’s non-lead ammunition program will continue in 2014.
CYPRESS, Calif. – August 12, 2014 – Yamaha Motor Corp., U.S.A., today announced it is contributing more than $65,000 in cash and equipment to eight GRANT (Guaranteeing Responsible Access to our Nation’s Trails) recipients under the Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative. The projects awarded GRANTs support the program’s industry-leading dedication to safe, responsible riding and open sustainable access to land, trails and riding areas for OHV users.
The BlueRibbon Coalition (BRC) filed a complaint against the Federal government to challenge the arbitrary closure of, "Trail 38," a high value single-track motorcycle trail in Wyoming. The BRC Legal Program is representing a local AMA District club and local users in the case. "Though the trail mileage is small, the stakes are high," said J.R. Riggins, a plaintiff in the suit and Wyoming dirt bike rider. "The Forest Service apparently thought it could fly under the radar and close this trail without meaningful analysis or public process. We are calling their bluff," Riggins concluded.
Dear Trail Voter,
Today marks day 2 of TPAC's national 3-day "Every Trail and Area is Special for Your Recreation" fundraiser. Your donation of $25 dollars or more makes a bold statement of support for your favorite trail, road, or OHV area. Both pro-access and anti-access political operatives and candidates are watching this event to gauge trail voter support of important OHV opportunities.