OHV Lobby Days Tool box.

With only days left until the national OHV Lobby Days, has teamed up with ORBA, The Off Road Business Association to give you the tools you need to educate Legislators about the 29 Palms Marine Base expansion. Thanks to Hammerking Productions for providing Will Wisman’s amazing photos to demonstrate the sheer size of KOH. Countless others have been working on this project including but not limited to, Heavy Metal Concepts, Vicki Hahn, Steve Gardner, Kurt Schnieder, and Aaron Peters who collected the data to make the report possible.

In addition the California Motorized Recreation Council (CMRC) an Umbrella group of the 10 largest OHV groups in California have been working hand in hand to develop a plan of attack on the subject. Together we are strong, no matter the type of vehicle we use to explore the desert, or the activity we engage in when we get there. It is impossible to list every person who has taken a leadership role in this effort, but we hope you will use the tools they have provided to you in participating in the 1st of its kind National OHV Lobby Days.

For more information, or to make a donation, please visit

If you are not a member or support an OHV access advocate please consider joining the association that best represents your interest.


The fight to save Johnson Valley does not end on March 15th, its just beginning!


You can down load the PDF of the ORBA economic impact report here

Johnson Valley EID 2

Base perimeter issues can be demonstrated by following the link below.

Story about man lost on 29 palms for 9 days.

Youtube about effort

This gallery shows the PDF you can download above.


About the Author

Jeff Knoll is the former Event Director for the King of the Hammers event. He has raced various classes in SCORE, BITD, MORE, and MDR. Following the California 200, Knoll travelled to Washington, DC to meet with BLM officials regarding the Special Recreation Permit policies of the BLM. Knoll serves on the BLM’s Desert Advisory Sub-Committee regarding Special Recreation Permits. Knoll also drafted language for Nevada’s Senate Bill 156 in 2011 regarding action sports safety.

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