|Current News and Upcoming Events|
|Hillview Open House Sunday Oct 22nd|
|Hillview Motorsports is holding an open house at our club for their
customers. They are providing food and paying us for their day
membership. As members we should make sure that the event is
successful for Hillview. Many of us are also customers of Hillview, but
please support their business as much as you can. We are asking our
members to park across Melcroft Road like we do for our Open
Houses. Also give tours or guidance to any guests that ask. And
please make sure that the Hillview guests get to eat before eating
yourself. You are more than welcome to participate in the test drive of
the new Yamaha machines.
|The club has decided to suspend our open guest ride policy from
November 1st through May 31st. We will stop offering the option on
our website. Members are still allowed and encouraged to bring
guests, but those guests must be with the member the entire ride and
the member must make the arrangements for the release and
payment. The reason for this change is to limit damage to trails during
the winter riding season. We will review this policy again in May.
|The Fall Open House was a great success. Over 60 guests enjoyed
the day and we had help from over 30 members. Click on the following
link to see pictures: Pictures
|Our club picnic is supposed to be a chance for members to get
together share some food and have some fun. It has never been an
event where we try to make money. But this year IT WAS BOTH.
About 70 members were there to enjoy the day. There was more food
than we could eat and members spent money in support of the club.
Michelle Hayden ran the auction and had this to say,
“Our Chinese auction was a huge success making the club $609!!!
Thank you to the many members that donated and those that bought
tickets. It really does take all members to keep ICV going. I hope
everyone had a great day and enjoyed each other’s company. I am
always amazed at how generous our members are!”
An extra thank you to the following businesses that donated to the
A&A Cycle sports
Absolute Hydraulic Solutions
Pleasant Unity Pizza
In addition, Dave Hayden ran a 50-50 drawing which netted $220 for
the club. Club member Glenn won the drawing and donated his
winnings back to the club.
Add to that 2 new members, 4 guests, and the sale of over $200 in
shirts and hats and the club netted over $1,400 in the day.
|Closing on the property occurred on August 31st. We now own the
93-acre parcel across Melcroft Road. Combined with the 70 acres
purchased last year, we now own 163 acres.
|4 videos and pics from our trip.
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day4 Pics