Washington Run Named to Outstanding Trail Roster - Tire Review Magazine

Washington Run Named to Outstanding Trail Roster

Yacolt Burn, located in Yacolt Burn State Forest near Vancouver, Wash., was named by Michelin North America as one of the BFGoodrich Tires 2010 Outstanding Trails.  

MNA’s BFGoodrich brand presented a $4,000 grant to the Piston’s Wild Motorsports Club, which will be used to design the trail system and offset some of the costs of getting the area open to off-highway users.

The Piston’s Wild Motorsports club is a not-for-profit organization that works to create a legal and safe off-highway vehicle trail system in the Yacolt Burn State Forest area for the riding public to experience and enjoy.

“Offering spectacular views of the Cascade Mountains and remarkable scenery Yacolt Burn will bring off-road enthusiasts an experience that is worth looking forward to,” said Steve Calder, BFGoodrich product category manager for light truck off-road and commercial tires. “We’re honored to provide the Piston’s Wild Motorsports club with a grant to help in the conservation efforts for this amazing off-road trail system.”

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