RIVERVIEW, Wis. — The Hidden Bear Trail ATV Club and the Red Arrow Snowmobile ATV Club are sponsoring a Wisconsin DNR certified ATV safety course.
The course will be held at the Town of Riverview Town Hall five miles north of Mountain on Highway 32. The one day class will meet April 25 from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Student handbooks will be mailed out two weeks prior to the class. Registration closes April 8, whcih will allow sufficient time to mail out the handbooks.
Since it is a one-day class, students are expected to read the handbook and complete the chapter review questions in advance of the class.
Anyone is welcome to attend the course, with a recommended minimum age of 11.5-years-old. Anyone born after January 1, 1988 and at is least 12-years-old must have ATV certification to operate on public areas.
Parents and adults are encouraged to enroll and participate. Fees for the course are $10 per student. The fee is waived if the student, their parents or grandparents are members of either Hidden Bear Trail or Red Arrow clubs.
Students must register online and obtain a DNR customer number at gowild.wi.gov, or a customer number can also be obtained at DNR service outlets or by calling 888-936-7463.
Class size will be limited to 35, so it is recommended to register in advance of the April 8 deadline as classes fill up fast.
Students with special needs will need to contact the instructor at least two weeks prior to request special accommodations. For information, please contact Brian Fitzpatrick at 715-340-6262 or email@example.com.