UMC and Yamaha Collide to Give an ATV Safety Rider Course
Your youth riders can learn to ride an ATV like a professional thanks to the University Medical Center of El Paso, Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative, and Texas Trails Education and Motorized Management. There have been a lot of people who have had to visit the hospital due to an ATV accident. Sometimes some people are not experienced when it comes to riding an ATV. But if you know someone who is a youth inexperienced ATV rider you can refer them to take a class. University Medical Center of El Paso is colliding with Yamaha Outdoor Access Initiative and Texas Trails Education and Motorized Management to provide an ATV Safety Rider Course for the youth. So this conjunction is inviting youth riders between the ages of 12 through 15 years of age to learn how to ride like a professional. This ATV safety rider course will be held on Saturday, September 26.
The ATV course will be taught at San Felipe Park that is located in Fabens, Texas if you're unfamiliar with the name. There will be morning and afternoon classes available for your future youth riders to participate in. If you plan on signing up your future ATV rider the class will include a free helmet and goggles for the course. They're taking precautions due to the pandemic and will only allow a limited number of participants. If you would like your future youth rider who's interested you can contact Carol Smith 830-612-3607. If you prefer to e-mail her you can also reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org for registration and other details.