The state of Maryland says it’s permanently closing three off-road vehicle trails to curb environmental damage.
Authorities say a 23-year-old man is in critical condition at a hospital in Baltimore after crashing an all-terrain vehicle near Mount Airy.
An all-terrain vehicle riders group in Virginia is fighting the planned closure of Maryland’s most popular ATV trail.
The Department of Natural Resources said Tuesday it’s considering closing the state’s most popular off-road vehicle trail, an 18-mile loop in western Maryland’s Green Ridge State Forest, as part of a plan to curb environmental damage and illegal riding statewide.
More and more children are crashing on all terrain vehicles (ATVs), resulting in head trauma and severe injuries. That’s the latest from a Johns Hopkins School of Public Health study.