Our Club hosted the 2022 Girls Only Ride. Period.
This annual ATV charity ride is put on by Mucked Up and MGD Builders. We were happy to let them use our clubhouse as the staging and end point of their big ride,and provide them assistance by all of our volunteer members.
This years ride included 112 girls in 49 machines and collected $10,037 in donations and feminine hygiene products to be given out locally to those in need 😇
Love representing our club and supporting our community! ❤️ Our club sponsored a table at the UP Power Walk in April! Had so much fun!
MARESA Poker Run
Our Club will be participating in the MARESA Snowmobile Poker Run this month on Saturday, February 12th, hosted by Hiawathaland Snowmobile Club. You can register as early as 8am at Hiawathaland Club house or 10am at Forsyth Snowmobile and ATV Club. Click the link below for more information! **You don’t need a snowmobile to participate! All are welcome and it’s for a great cause!
Shout out to our club members that were able to work the gates and parking for the Ice Races!! ⛄️. Hope to see some new faces for the Feb races 🥳
These riders are fearless!! 🥶😎
Our very own Bobbi Bray is this weeks UPside star 🥳⛄️
Any kids needing to take snowmobile safety, the Forsyth Snowmobile Club in Gwinn is offering a course Thursday December 30th starting at 8:00 AM. Please click link below see event and RSVP. https://fb.me/e/4CFiRoCYd?ti=icl
People of all ages take ATV/ORV safety course in Forsyth Township
Participants learn about the parts of each vehicle and how to drive carefully on the trails
By Matt PricePublished: Dec. 4, 2021 at 3:23 PM GMT-6|Updated: 18 hours ago
FORSYTH TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WLUC) – Off-road trails in Marquette County are safer as of right now.
On Saturday morning, a safety course was offered in Forsyth Township for all ages.
The Marquette County Sheriff’s Department taught the DNR-approved lecture. The Forsyth Snowmobile & ATV Club sponsored the course.
Almost 20 participants learned the parts of each vehicle and how to ride them safely and responsibly. At the end, they took a test, needing a passing score to get their ORV license.ADVERTISEMENTnull
“It just makes the kids that much safer,” said Club President Lyn Gorsuch. “That’s our whole thing: the safety aspect of getting our kids out on the roads, trails, and courses. We’re looking forward to having them out there.”
The course was also required for those looking to compete in Gwinn’s upcoming ice races.
The sheriff’s office plans to start snowmobile safety courses later this month, with a time and place to be determined.
Copyright 2021 WLUC. All rights reserved.