Meet Greg Mumm from BlueRibbon Coalition

Meet Greg from BlueRibbon Coalition – Where Your Voice Gets Heard – Nov 26

Monday November 26 – 5pm-8:30pm  – Fly-N-Hi, Phoenix

I would like to personally invite you to meet Greg Mumm from Blue Ribbon Coalition. He has been on the road for 13 weeks criss crossing the United States on his motorcycle talking to everyday offroaders like yourself that 1. Have a voice and 2. Have an opinion about your local offroad areas.

Drop by Fly-N-Hi in Phoenix anytime from 5pm -8:30pm on Monday November 26th to chat with Greg and give him your input on the points below.

At 7:30 Greg will speak more formally about BlueRibbon Coalition and the Adventures of his last 14 weeks!  Get caught up on his trip at!  It’s awesome!
Consider and Bring your Thoughts on these topics:

1)  Your concerns with management of our public lands and waters– to take to DC at the end of the tour

2)  What adjustments you feel BRC needs to make to remain relevant into the future– to take to the Board of BRC for strategic planning

3)  Your input on how BRC can better unite the enthusiast community across the country– to find a way past being our own worst enemy


If you are new to BRC, please come and learn about their organization.  Greg mentioned something about having a deal going for joining or renewing.  (he is on his bike now so I can’t confirm that yet)


If you only reside in AZ during the winter, please realize that BRC is a National Organization, they are also fighting for your land at your primary residence.


Thanks to Fly-N-Hi for Opening the Doors for this event:
3319 West McDowell Rd, Phoenix, AZ


In coordination with Charlene from Bower Motorsports Media.  Any questions can be directed to her at



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