Wolf River Riders ATV Club
Below are 10 of the WI State laws Everyone Who Rides, Should Know.
REMEMBER each County in the State May Have Additional Laws.
- Headlamps must be on at all time while operating.
- It is illegal to operate on state highways.
- All operators and passengers must wear D.O.T. approved helmets if under the age of 18 – UTV riders must wear seat belts.
- Ages 12-15 must be accompanied by an adult operating on a route.
- ATV/UTV must have current registration.
- All operators age 12 and over must have a safety certificate if born on or after January 1, 1988.
- It is illegal to ride in an area that has been gated, cabled, posted, or otherwise restricted.
- You must report any crash that results in injury or damage.
- It is illegal to operate an ATV/UTV that is louder than 96 decibals.
- No person may operate an ATV/UTV with a blood alcohol of .08% or higher.
Thank you to everyone that volunteered, donated, or
attended the Benefit!
Please stop by Lil' Hummer's Bar on Saturday, August 28th
to support the Fundraiser for Hummer!
In the back parking area we will be serving FOOD and
you can enjoy LIVE MUSIC by DJ TY!
Purchase a sandwich or an entire meal:
* Sloppy Joes, bags of chips, cole slaw, beans, and cookies
(Lil' Hummer's Bar: W6902 County Road A, Pickerel WI 54465)
Fun for ALL!
Save the Dates of: August 27 - 29 (weekend before Labor Day)leal
for the Fundraiser for Hummer!
For Those That Don't Know...
Hummer Is The Clubs V.P. And We Are Truly Honored and Excited To Have This Benefit for Him.
Please Show Your Support By Donating Or Volunteering For This Event.
The fundraiser is for Hummer & his medical bills
There will be a 3 Day Poker Run, Basket Raffles, 50/50 Raffles, Meat Raffle & Food
Sponsering ATV Clubs: Wolf River Riders, Parrish Highlanders, White Lake & Pel-Cho Mudd Nutz
Next Club Meeting - September 18th at 9 a.m.
Jerry Schuh's Sportsman's Bar
(8915 Pickerel Lake Rd, Pickerel, 715-484-2703)
** On May 1st, Langlade County trails opened for the season! It was a beautiful weekend to ride. Please remember that some laws & regulations have changed in Wisconsin. For an updated review of these changes you can follow this link to the WI DNR website at: https://dnr.wisconsin.gov/