Cheaha Trail Riders in the News

September/October 2011
Cheaha Trail Riders Wins National Award!
NOHVCC awarded CTR the "2011 Club of the Year"
Below are some news articles about the award

Talladega Daily Home

Clay County Chamber of Commerce

American Motorcyclists News


Nov 2010
Cheaha Trail Riders, Inc. in the National Spotlight!

The Cheaha Trail Riders hit national news in the NOHVCC's recent November 2010 newsletter.
Click Here for the Article

Sept 2010
Cheaha Trail Riders Association Receives $450,000 Grant
Click Here for Article in the Daily Home
Click Here For Governor Riley's Press Release

Cheaha Trail Riders, Inc. Receives 2 Grants

from ADECA September 2010
Governor Riley has awarded two grants to CTR. One for $28,000
for continued OHV Satety and Education Promotion and the second for
$450,000 to be used for the development of OHV trail systems
and trail head at the Coosa River Storage Annex located in
Talladega, Alabama. CTR plans to work closely with the upcoming
Public Park Authority of the Cities of Lincoln and Talladega in the
development of the property through use of this grant.

Click Here for $28K Letter
Click Here for the $450K Letter

9/26/2010 Daily Home

Clean Up Day at Brecon Springs

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September 2010: Crossville, Alabama Students Win
ATV Safety Institute Awards "Do the Ride Thing" Videos

According to Agriscience/FFA teacher, Jason Jackson, at Crossville High
in Crossville, Alabama, Cheaha Trail Riders, Inc. website posting of the
ATV Safety Institute's "Do the Ride Thing" sparked the flame within Jason and some
of his students to enter the Nationwide contest. And THEY WON!
Click Here for ATV Safety Institute's Press Release
Click Here for First Video

Click Here for Second Video

Click Here for Third Video

December 2009
Myers and Cheaha Trail Riders, Inc. Hit Front Page ATVA News

Click on Picture to View Article

ATVA August 2009 Article
Getting Involve the Easy Way by Royce Wood, Government Affairs Manager
AMA/ATVA Government Relations

"About this time last year I got a call from the Cheaha Trail Riders in Alabama. They
had a plan to develop a new riding area and wanted me to speak at a gathering
of local and state officials. The governor even attended.
The Cheaha Trail Riders club is an excellent example of a group that has developed
quite an impressive resume of fostering new riding opportunities. Check out their
website at


Glenn Myers Does Trail Design Presentation to Alabama Forest Owners
Association April 2009. Myers' presentation was warmly received and
furthers CTR's goals of making Alabama the OHV Capital of the Southeast!

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Alabama Governor Bob Riley Approves Grant to Cheaha Trail Riders
(Also See Letter From the Governor)

ATVA News January/February 2009

ATVSource Announces Make-A-Wish Event

ATVA News - Where to Ride

Warfield Point Park - A Dream Come True
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Glenn Myers given ATVA MVP award

How Alabama Riders Helped Make Minooka OHV Park a Reality