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Committees

These are the committees defined within Wisconsin Dual Sport Riders. Click the view members link or the committee name to see a list of committee members. If visible for a committee, click the More info to view additional information about the committee. If there are subcommitees, a list of subcommittees will be displayed. Click on the name of the subcommittee to view the members.
Sponsor Relations
Team to interact with Sponsors
Landowner Relations
Team to interact with Landowners
GPS-Roll Chart
Team to develop navigation aids
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Food-Catering
Team to arrange food for events.
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Garage-Equipment
Team to oversee and maintain Garage contents and Equipment
Charity $$
Team to obtain, secure, and distribute charity $$
Press Release Coordinator
Point contact for all public communication
Membership Committee
To welcome new and renewing members. To build a way for new members to learn about the club and how to become engaged. And if they so choose to be involved to help them find a place within. To help with the morale of the membership by planning social events outside of the rides we put on including the holiday party and a summer fun ride/ picnic or other outings. This committee will be given a budget from the yearly membership dues to be used expressly for doing enjoyable things open to the membership.
Website
Team to maintain, update, modify the Website.
Event Permits
Permit committee This will be a long term group that will work yearly with the United States Forest Service to gain permits, access and look out for the best interests of the club. Needless to say this committee is potentially one of the most important committees in the club, because without permits from the USFS we have no events. Candidates wanting to be on this committee will have to be willing and able to work with Governmental agencies, have good communication skills, be aware of and keep track of where the permits are in the process. They will work closely with the 3 route leads and there would be up to 4 members on this committee that would share all information and be able to speak for the group so the club wouldn’t have only 1 point of contact with the USFS. Scope of work for this committee. 1) Get two yearly permits for 250 projected 300 maximum riders at each event. 2) To obtain a 5 plus year plan with an open catalog of routes that we can choose from to build each of the 3 routes biannually. 3) To forge a transparent, open and good relationship with the Forester assigned to our events as well as the office they work out of so when there is a personnel change it is a smooth and seamless transition. 4) Have all these things documented for when there is a change
Financial Guidance