Author Archives: Diana Tweedy

The California Off Road Vehicle Program is Still Under Threat Contact Your State Legislators and Tell them to Vote Against SB 249

The California OHV program is still facing a major threat from Senate Bill 249. This critical program, long seen as a model nationwide, is slated for renewal due to a sunset provision that was included in the previous OHV program … Continue reading

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OP-ED – Rebuttal to CNPS’s Anti-OHV Political Campaign (SB 249) Article by Don Amador

July 12, 2017 By Don Amador *Permission is hereby granted to reprint article Rebuttal to CNPS Vol. 47 (July – Sept. 2017) Pro – SB 249 Political Campaign Article: Environmental Damage from OHV Activity is Outpacing California’s Ability to Repair … Continue reading

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A Grieving Sister’s Eulogy

I am very disappointed that I couldn’t attend my brother, Chris’, funeral. If my mom was looking down from above she would be very sad until she realized that missing Chris’ funeral was not entirely my fault. I broke my … Continue reading

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My Brother’s Obituary – The Uncensored Version

Lexington, MA —Christopher Ralph Paterson Tweedy, died Friday, May 19, 2017 in Lowell, Massachusetts. He leaves his daughter, Joanne Tweedy, his son, Mark Tweedy, his sister, Diana Oliver from CA, and brothers, Robert from Los Angeles and David from England. … Continue reading

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A Close Encounter

OK so I have decided to try to explain what happened to me the other day while I was riding at Carnegie. I don’t know if you can describe a thing like that in words, but I will try. You … Continue reading

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Cooking Shows or Motocross Racing (your choice)

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Another Important Message from the American Motorcycle Association – We Have No Time to Lose

Support the California OHV Program Vote Yes on AB 1077! The California Off-Highway Motor Vehicle Recreation program is slated for renewal due to a sunset provision that was included in the previous program authorization. Unlike Senate Bill 249, which the … Continue reading

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