The Hidden Bear Trail ATV Club and the Red Arrow Snowmobile – ATV Club are sponsoring a Wisconsin DNR certified ATV Safety Course. The course will be held at the Riverview Town Hall 15471 State Highway 32 Mountain, WI 54149. The town hall is located 5 miles north of Mountain on State Highway 32. The class meets Saturday April 25, 2020 from 9:00 AM until 4:30 PM. This will be a single day class with the Student Handbook being mailed to each student two (2) weeks prior to the class. Registration will close Wednesday April 8, 2020. Class size is limited, so sign up early.
Everyone is welcome to attend the course with a recommended minimum age of 11-1/2. Those born after January 1, 1988 and at least 12 years old must have ATV Safety Certification to operate on public areas. Parents and adults are encouraged to enroll and participate. Fees for the course are $10.00 per student. Fee is waived if the student, parents or grandparents are members of Red Arrow or Hidden Bear Trail. There is no actual ATV operation for the class, Course is classroom only.
Register online with your DNR customer number at https://gowild.wi.gov/. The student must obtain a DNR customer number on the Gowild website, or at a DNR service outlets, or at 1-888-936-7463.
Additional information regarding the class will be provided in the mailing and also via email once a student is registered. For information or assistance, please contact Brian Fitzpatrick at email@example.com(preferred) or at 715 340-6262. You can find out more about Red Arrow activities by visiting our website at redarrowtownsend.com and Facebook page, or Hidden Bear Trails ATV Club website athiddenbeartrailatvclub.com and Facebook page. Come ride with us an enjoy our awesome trails.
MEMBERSHIP MEETING, CLUB RIDE AND CLUB PICNIC: We will be holding our last membership meeting on Saturday September 28th at 10:00 am at Mulligan’s Sport Bar on Highway 32 south of Lakewood. Our annual elections will be that day during the meeting. Nominations for all positions will be accepted from the floor. After the meeting (approx 11:00 am) we will begin our club ride leaving from Mulligan’s. Parking for trailer’s is available at the Lakewood ATV Trailhead or in Mountain. The ride this fall will again be over to Crooked Lake for the Dusty Trails ATV Club and the Crooked Trails ATV Club end of the year Poker Run (lunch around 1:00 pm, lunch is on your own). After lunch we will head back to Lakewood/Mountain. Our club picnic this year will be at the outside facilities at the School House Bar located at Hwy 32 in Mountain WI beginning at around 4:00 pm. The Hidden Bear Trail ATV Club will furnish all the food which will include Hot Beef Sandwiches, Salomon Hot Dogs, German Potato Salad, American Potato Salad, Coleslaw & Desserts. Drinks will be available to purchase inside the School House Bar. Due to some concern with liability the club will not furnish any alcoholic beverages. Please feel free to attend all 3 events during the day or join us on the club ride or join us at the club picnic. Looking forward to seeing you on September 28th!!!
The Hidden Bear Trail ATV Club Says Thank you
The Hidden Bear Trail ATV Club (HBT ATV Club) would like to thank all
the people who attended its annual fund-raiser on Saturday August 17th
at Animals Bear Trail Inn. Also thanks to all the people who purchased
a cash raffle ticket prior to the event. The winners and amount they
won: $4000.00 Mike Hedman & Jason Zimmers, $2000.00 – Rico, $900.00 –
Justin Wisneski, $700.00 – Mike Richling & Cheryl Jawort, $600.00 –
James Francois, $500.00 Darcy, Tracy & Ann, $450.00 – Julie Geboy,
$300.00 Matt Lasecki, $200.00 Ron Hermsen, Bill Albers, Greg Hietpas,
Darlene Tachick, Gene Dunsirn, Tom Langbauer, $150.00 – O’Neils Halfway
Bar, Ellie & Chrissy, Steve Yaeger, Troy Clay, Pete Liptack, Bill Wolf,
John Brantmeier, Marilyn Trechiel, Bill Galbraith, Dale Koller, &
O’Neils Halfway Bar. The winner of the Gun Raffle was Aaron Oechsle,
2nd Prize $75.00 – Rico and 3rd Prize $25.00 – Lance Wiedenbrueft. The
winner of the Binder Lake Resort Package was Debbie Mussel. Thanks goes
to Paul Bunyan Snowmobile Club for running the meat raffle and all the
members that helped Thursday, Friday & Saturday. The proceeds from the
fund-raiser and the cash raffle go toward creating new ATV/UTV
routes/trails. Contact the HBT ATV Club at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at:
Jim Wisneski, Secretary
Hidden Bear Trail ATV Club