Very likely not. I am asking my Ontario MPP to help take some leadership in designating land that we can ride on and once we get the designation we can't get kicked out. I see this as being the only solution. The other solution which did not work is Club land ownership. I can't understand why we can not purchase our own land? I will state this again... maybe losing the Northhumberland will be an eye opener. It makes no sense to maintain in this sport based on the current rules this is what I see (and this is what the other side wants, for me to become frustrated to the point that I am out). So we have to work on having the rules changed. I like to see of the 25 million set aside for the multi use trail system how fast we are kicked out of that piece of the pie. Ya we might be able to ride in those trails for a while then they will kick us out. Rules that need to change in my opinion are - Have Noise laws and enforce them ... right now OPP and Police are just not doing their jobs. - Ontario needs to designate land that we can ride on protect these riding areas forever. - Change our code of ethics to a set of enforceable laws. Oh and get the OPP and the Police to enforce the laws, not make up their own. Is there something wrong with the government that allows recreational vehicles to be imported and sold here, but then to not have a viable policy about them? How long has this been going on? As long as I can remember and as long as I have been riding. Sad.