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Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative Reaches Milestone with 500th Grant

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Yamaha Motor USA Celebrates Over 15 Years of Promoting Safe, Responsible OHV Riding and Sustainable Access to Public Lands

Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative Volunteer Event

Yamaha’s OAI program invites riding clubs, land stewardship associations, and public land managers to collaborate with Yamaha dealers to identify and apply for project support.
Yamaha’s OAI program invites riding clubs, land stewardship associations, and public land managers to collaborate with Yamaha dealers to identify and apply for project support.

Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative Volunteer Event

For over 15 years, the Yamaha OAI has been instrumental in overcoming challenges faced by public land managers, ensuring lands remain open for motorized and outdoor recreation.
For over 15 years, the Yamaha OAI has been instrumental in overcoming challenges faced by public land managers, ensuring lands remain open for motorized and outdoor recreation.

Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative Volunteer Event

The OAI grants not only provide essential funds but also foster a network of support from local communities and user groups to implement improvements and resolve access issues.
The OAI grants not only provide essential funds but also foster a network of support from local communities and user groups to implement improvements and resolve access issues.

Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative Volunteer Event

Each quarter, Yamaha accepts applications from nonprofit or tax-exempt organizations including OHV riding and cycling clubs and associations, national, state, and local public land-use agencies, outdoor enthusiast associations, and land conservation groups with an interest in protecting, improving, expanding, and/or maintaining access for safe, responsible, and sustainable public use.
Each quarter, Yamaha accepts applications from nonprofit or tax-exempt organizations including OHV riding and cycling clubs and associations, national, state, and local public land-use agencies, outdoor enthusiast associations, and land conservation groups with an interest in protecting, improving, expanding, and/or maintaining access for safe, responsible, and sustainable public use.

MARIETTA, Ga., June 04, 2024 – Yamaha Motor Corp., USA, announces its Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative (OAI) awarded 500 grants nationwide, reinforcing its status as the leading supporter of public land access in the powersports industry. For over 15 years, the Yamaha OAI has been instrumental in overcoming challenges faced by public land managers, ensuring lands remain open for motorized and outdoor recreation.

“The Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative has become a pivotal solution for land managers and outdoor enthusiasts facing access challenges. This mission is embraced by our company, employees, dealers, and customers,” said Steve Nessl, Yamaha’s Motorsports Group Marketing Manager. “We celebrate the successes of each grant recipient as they expand access for those who wish to ride, explore, and enjoy the outdoors. This milestone reminds us that much work remains, and we renew our commitment to meet the diverse needs for public land access.”

The OAI grants not only provide essential funds but also foster a network of support from local communities and user groups to implement improvements and resolve access issues. While project types vary, Yamaha OAI prioritizes initiatives that:

  • Promote safe and responsible OHV riding practices.
  • Perform essential maintenance on trails and lands.
  • Expand sustainable access to public lands.

In Q1 2024, Yamaha awarded over $173,000 across ten grants to the following organizations:

  • Always Choose Adventures (Central City, CO)
  • Ashtabula County Metroparks (Ashtabula, OH)
  • Black River Valley Four-Wheeler Club (Lewis County, NY)
  • Idaho Single Track Alliance (Idaho Falls, ID)
  • Limestone Trail Hawks (Limestone, ME)
  • Moose Alley Riders ATV Club/Valley Riders SMB Club (Bingham, ME)
  • Nevada Outdoor School (Winnemucca, NV)
  • Ogemaw Hills Snowmobile Club (Rose City, MI)
  • Sky Tavern (Reno, NV)
  • Stewards of the Sierra National Forest (North Fork, CA)

Yamaha’s OAI program invites riding clubs, land stewardship associations, and public land managers to collaborate with Yamaha dealers to identify and apply for project support. The application deadline for the second quarter of the 2024 funding cycle is June 30, 2024. Submission guidelines, examples, and applications for Yamaha OAI grants are available at YamahaOAI.com.

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