About Rescue 3
Rescue 3 of Barstow, California is looking for a large number of volunteers and new members with motorcycles, SxS and 4x4 trucks to support Search & Rescue and medical operations. Medical training is a plus but no training required, training available.
Rescue 3 supports District 37 Competition and District 37 Dual sport rides and races.
Click the club that is hosting the race. If the flyer has the Rescue 3 emblem on the flyer, then we will be there.
Just show up 1 1/2 hours prior to the first race and check in at the Rescue 3 Command Post.
The Command Post will always be near the race sign up tent.
For more information, please call Ron Andrews at (714) 310-4854.
We protect your right to ride! We work directly with federal and state agencies to preserve off-road opportunities on public land. As the only organization representing all modes of off-road recreation in California, our voice, knowledge and 47 years of experience is highly effective. CORVA applauds the diversity of everyone using motorized vehicles on public land including dirt bikers, 4x4, buggies and UTVs used by riders, drivers, rockhounds, hunters and campers. With your help we can keep everyone riding free in California.
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About Ride for Kids
Ride for Kids is the longest-running, most successful motorcycle charity event in the nation. It supports the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation, the leading nonprofit seeking a cure for the top cause of cancer death in children.
Ride for Kids also funds free educational resources, college scholarships for brain tumor survivors and emergency financial aid for families.
American Honda is the presenting sponsor of Ride for Kids.
Other national supporters include GEICO and Cycle World magazine.
Donation to Ride for Kids:
To ride with us to cure the kids, call 800-253-6530 or go to:
About District 37 AMA
Explore the Southern California
deserts and mountains
with District 37 AMA Dual Sport.
You pull in the parking lot.
Unload, gear up, and look around.
You look at everybody,
ready for a good time!
As you walk over to the sign in table.
You see familiar faces of people you've ridden with before.
You load your roll chart, Check your gear and start your bike.
What are you waiting for???
It's time to RIDE!