This Saturday, gather the family and your ATV, OHV, side by side, whatever, and head to the South Hills. The second annual Come Ride With A Cop Event is happening and it is going to be a ton of fun.
Families can meet up in the South Hills with their OHV and ride a 20-mile trail with some of your favorite local law enforcement. Everyone needs to meet at Diamondfield Jack parking lot at 10 am on Saturday, August 27th. The 20-mile trail ride will circle around the area and you will return to Diamondfield Jack around lunchtime. There will be lunch provided and door prizes.
Obviously, your choice of vehicle to operate on the trails. You also need to make sure you have your OHV licensed and displayed for everyone to see. You must also have a DOT-approved helmet, eye protection, and gloves. You must wear a long-sleeved shirt and love pants with over-the-ankle boots. If someone is under the age of 16 then they must have an OHV Education Certificate.
Lunch is being provided by Falls Brand so you know it is going to be good. You will be riding with the Minidoka County Sheriff's Office, the Cassia County Sheriff's Office, and the Twin Falls County Sheriff's Office. If you have any questions you can call Shannon Taylor at the Cassia County Sheriff's Office at 208 - 878 - 1136 or Lendon Moss with the Minidoka County Sheriff's Office at 208 - 431 - 1626. There will also be a safety course on Friday, August 26th at 5 pm that you can register at www.reced.idaho.gov