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Eat Dirt Safety Clinic -Special Speaker Series, Hollister Hills SVRA

Each Saturday in March, guest presenters will offer safety clinics for a variety recreational opportunities found at Hollister Hills SVRA.
Cost: Clinics are free; park day use fee is $5
Questions: (831) 636-2065 or Hollister.Hills@parks.ca.gov

Sat. March 7 - Ethan Moorhead, Global PR Coordinator & Equipment Lead for Specialized Mountain Bikes
Location: Hollister Hills Off-Road Association Training Building (the blue building) located in the day use area of the Lower Ranch.
Time: 11am-12pm
Topic: Mountain biking safety and sharing multi-use trails. Ethan is also talking about the latest models of Specialized bicycles.

Sat. March 14 - Hollister Hills SVRA Park Ranger
Location: School House in the Upper Ranch
Time: 10am-11am
Topic: How to prepare for a family outing with a 4x4. What safety equipment should be on the 4x4, basic 4x4 trail safety, trail etiquette and trail conservation.

Sat. March 21 - John Ortiz from Faultline Powersports
Location: park store (Faultline) located in Lodge Campground in the Lower Ranch
Time: 11am-12pm
Topic: Motorcycle maintenance and care

Sat. March 28 - Mounted Horse Patrol Volunteer from the Pine Ridge Association
Location: Mudstone Ranch
Time: 10am-11am
Topic: How to prepare for a trail ride on a multi-use trail (trail etiquette and trail conservation), best riding seasons for a horse trail ride, rules and guidelines for equestrians, and what you will need to bring for your horse for a trail ride for care of the horse (horse and rider safety and preparedness).

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