This is an impressive number, no doubt, and it’s mostly owed to all the riders who have contributed to the information in the database. In order to collect this data, Polaris partnered with local associations and riding clubs, which not only continued to expand the mapped trails, but also keep the information up-to-date.
As a sign of appreciation, as well as a celebration of this milestone, Polaris is offering a total of $40,000 to ATV, snowmobile and off-road riding clubs and associations across the U.S. To be more precise, 80 clubs or associations will each receive $500, to help further their contribution to trail maintenance.
The company stated that only club managers or trail data contributors who have been active within the Ride Command from the beginning of the year throughout September 2021, will be eligible. In order to participate, all they have to do is submit an entry form, until September 30. The winners will be selected through random drawing, making sure to cover 10 different geographic regions.
Ride Command is available via the infotainment display on Polaris off-road vehicles and snowmobile, and can also be accessed through the mobile app.