The mythical off-highway vehicle user


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The past decade has seen a tremendous growth in the use of Off-Highway Vehicles (OHVs). The State of Idaho reports that the number of Off-Highway recreationists is doubling every 4 years. As of the fall of 2005, they have more than 90,000 registered OHVs in their State.

Minnesota has also seen a tremendous growth in OHV use with over 250,000 registered OHV users in the state in 2005. Nationwide, the number of people who use Off-Highway Vehicles for recreation increased by 100% between 1982 and 2000 and then an additional 24% from 2000 to 2004. But who are these OHV users and where are they coming from?

If you mention "Off-Highway Vehicle Enthusiast" to a person who is not an OHV user, there are some general characteristics that are assumed to belong to the OHV user that come to mind. Most of these attributes are not thought of in a positive light. But how accurate are these ideas? Who is an OHV rider? The answer may surprise you.

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