The Berkshire Trail Riders Club was honored recently as the first recipient of Bosski’s Trailers for Trails Program. In sponsorship with Fisk Distributing and Enfield Motorsports, the club was able to acquire two 1600 Utility ATV Wagon trailers even though the non-profit group had limited funds.
Jason Myers, President of the Berkshire Trail Riders shares his excitement, “We had to haul a huge amount of stone a mile or so down the trail to repair some damage. These trailers cut down on the amount of trips up and down the trail significantly since we could store so much material in the big trailer. We used to have guys just standing around waiting, now, these guys are kept busy because a lot more material comes down in one shot!”
The Berkshire Trail Riders are responsible for maintaining Tolland State Forest in Sandisfield and Otis, Massachusetts. Many other volunteer riding clubs maintain their local public trail systems. Usually trail maintenance requires several individuals hand carrying equipment and supplies long distances to get to the work area. Bosski’s ATV Wagon trailers make the job much easier and allow workers to get more done in a shorter period of time. If the trails are not taken care of, many states are threatening to close these public areas leading to less and less places to ride.
Jason Myers continues his praise, “I know that many other clubs in the area could benefit from the use of these types of trailers and you can be sure that we will spread the word.” If you are an ATV Wagon dealer who knows of a club in need, or if you are a non-profit club wanting a rugged, workhorse trailer, contact Bosski and ask about their Trailers for Trails Program. Applications and more information are available at their website, www.atvwagon.com.