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Yamaha Donates to MN Trail

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Yamaha Awards Grant of $10,000 to Aitkin County Land Department

Donation Supports 70-Mile Trail Project as a part of ongoing efforts to encourage safe, responsible riding and sustainable, open riding areas in Northern Minnesota

3 Feb 2009 (Aitkin, MN) - The Aitkin County Land Department (ACLD) is pleased to announce it has received a Yamaha OHV Access Initiative grant of $10,000 to support the 70-Mile ATV/OHM Trail Project. The grant was awarded as part of Yamaha's OHV Access Initiative promoting safe, responsible riding and open, sustainable riding areas. The funding will be used to develop signs and maps to support use of the trail, and youth safety classes are also being planned.

Farm Island Repair & Marine of Aitkin, a local Yamaha dealership, provided a letter of endorsement as part of the grant application.

"This project will help expand OHV trail and rider opportunities in North Central Minnesota and is well supported by local rider clubs and businesses," says Deb Olson of Farm Island Repair & Marine.

The 70-Mile Trail Project includes the development of an extensive, first-rate ATV/OHM trail system in Aitkin and Itasca Counties. The trail is designed to be environmentally sensitive, economically beneficial and community supported.

"The counties completed the environmental review process for Phase I of the project and construction will begin this winter with initial right-of-way clearing and staging of materials," says Mark Jacobs, Aitkin County Land Commission.

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Don't forget that Yamaha will have an announcement next week regarding a few different product lines. I believe it's scheduled to be on February 10th.

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They need a V-Twin grizz to compete with the kawi Brute Force V-twin! Big difference in power!! thats pretty cool what yamaha did though for the trail system!!!

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