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Larger, heavier "UTVs" increase trail erosion, the Adirondack Council says. Photo: <a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/jimmysmith/6780565430/">Jimmy Smith</a>, Creative Commons, some rights reserved
Larger, heavier "UTVs" increase trail erosion, the Adirondack Council says. Photo: Jimmy Smith, Creative Commons, some rights reserved

Groups: keep larger ATVs off New York trails

A coalition of environmental groups wants to make sure bigger, heavier all terrain utility vehicles stay off of New York's public trails.

The environmentalists argue that allowing heavier vehicles, sometimes called UTVs, will cause more erosion, more water pollution and more air pollution. The environmental groups say the legislation also would open the trails to heavier utility-work vehicles.  Go to full article
Looking down on the action at Airborne Park. All photos: Sarah Harris
Looking down on the action at Airborne Park. All photos: Sarah Harris

Almost airborne at Airborne Park Speedway

Fans, friends and families have been coming to Plattsburgh's Airborne Park Speedway for stock car racing since 1955. Since those old days stockcar racing has become a national phenomenon, one of the nation's favorite spectator sports.

But on this popular regional track, the passion is more personal. The cars are mostly homemade and the drivers range from teens to retirees.

"Stock" doesn't really say it all about these cars, or the people who love them. Sarah Harris went to the track and sends this postcard.  Go to full article
Looking down on the action at Airborne Park. All photos: Sarah Harris
Looking down on the action at Airborne Park. All photos: Sarah Harris

Almost airborne at Airborne Park Speedway

Fans, friends and families have been coming to Plattsburgh's Airborne Park Speedway for stock car racing since 1955. Since those old days stockcar racing has become a national phenomenon, one of the nation's favorite spectator sports.

But on this popular regional track, the passion is more personal. The cars are mostly homemade and the drivers range from teens to retirees.

"Stock" doesn't really say it all about these cars, or the people who love them. Sarah Harris went to the track and sends this postcard.  Go to full article

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