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Introducing ARRA, Australians for Responsible Recreational Access.
 
The ARRA national and state voluntary committees are made up of off-road riders who are passionate about access to public lands and the use of single track.
 
Our Purpose: To devise and implement a national strategy to be used to advocate for safe single track on public lands such as state forests.
This will be the first ever national off road rider strategy based on evidence, data & stakeholder engagement to provide all levels of government with a road map for safe single track riding.
 
Why join ARRA?
ARRA is a division of AMA Clubs, which has over 35,000 members. ARRA has ongoing contact with people involved in the off-road motorcycling sector with decades of experience behind them.
 
How can you help to devise a national strategic plan for safe single track riding?
By becoming a member of ARRA for $55 per year or make a donation. 95% of fund raising goes directly to the advocacy fund.
 
What will the advocacy funds be used for?
The advocacy funds raised will be used to pay for items such as expert consultants, social media and marketing campaigns.

 

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SINGLE TRACK ADVOCACY - ARRA aims to unify all road, recreational, conditional, and fully registered off-road riders to a common issue, SAFE SINGLE TRACK RIDING.

Although off-road riding is an ingrained active recreational activity in Australia for some 50 years, it has not had a unified national approach. This has led to an accumulation of uncontrolled human and environmental risks.

The conservative estimate of child, adolescent and adult off-road riders in Australia is approximately 600,000 participants. In other words, 2%of the population.

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