All Terrain Vehicles

The ATV project offers youth, 9 to 19 years of age, a fun and exciting means to explore Oregon. There are several miles of trails on Oregon’s public lands. Leaders are required to complete an Online Safety Education Class and Oregon ATV Safety Youth Rider Endorsement Program Instructor training. Youth, 9 – 19, are required to complete an Online Safety Education Course. In addition, youth 9 – 15 are required to complete a hands-on evaluation or training. Please, contact Dr. David J. White, before starting an ATV club.

Upcoming Training Opportunities

  • Adult ATV training for 4-H Volunteer Leaders and Public Instructors. Saturday, September 24 in Brownsville, OR.  You can click to register, or click to view the flyer

Online Training Opportunities

On-line ATV Safety Education
www.rideATVoregon.org

Hands-on Training
www.oregonATVSafety.com

For Information Contact:

Dr. David J. White
4-H Youth Development Specialist and OASYREP Director
541-548-6088
david.white@oregonstate.edu
Robin Galloway
OSU Extension – Linn County
4-H Faculty and County LeaderProfessor
College of Public Health and Human Science
Office (541)730-3469
robin.galloway@oregonstate.edu
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