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					                      ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES AND DIRT BIKES

BEFORE REVIEWING THE RULES BELOW, PLEASE REFER TO GENERAL FAIR
AND LEADERSHIP LIFESKILLS AND TECHNOLOGY (NON-LIVESTOCK) RULES IN
SECTION I.

#555 – ATV Safety
The project is appropriate for all ages, experienced or inexperienced, who have access to an ATV
and is designed to be taken as a group project but may be completed as an individual project. It
emphasizes safe operation, proper safety attire, “fitting” an ATV to rider, maintenance of the
machine, and mechanical features of an ATV. Lots of fun and educational activities are included
in the workbook.

Exhibit Requirements:
1.     Complete all nine activities in the project book and at least two learning experiences and
       two leadership/citizenship activities.
2.     Construct a tri-fold stand-alone board, 18”x48”, illustrating a facet of ATV safety.
       Note: Purchase a full size tri-fold and cut it in half horizontally. Make sure your name,
       4-H age and club name are on the back. Bring the display in the Saturday before the fair
       for set-up. It will be judged after the ATV course is run and your project is complete.
3.     Participate in an interview and course-skill competition.
4.     For ATV course skill competition, you must bring an ATV, gloves, goggles, helmet,
       boots above the ankle, long pants and a long-sleeve shirt.
5.     Note: Dirt bikes are eligible for county judging but not eligible for state judging.


                                  BICYCLE PROJECTS

BEFORE REVIEWING THE RULES BELOW, PLEASE REFER TO GENERAL FAIR
AND LEADERSHIP LIFESKILLS AND TECHNOLOGY (NON-LIVESTOCK) RULES IN
SECTION I.

#517 – Bicycling for Fun, Level I – This project is for the very beginner bicycle rider, ages
       5-8. Cloverbud clubs could use this as a leader-directed program.
#518 – Wheels in Motion, Level II – Project for ages 9-12.

Exhibit Requirements:
1.     Make an educational display that shows knowledge gained from your project.
2.     Complete project book and bring to judging.


                                        TRACTOR

BEFORE REVIEWING THE RULES BELOW, PLEASE REFER TO GENERAL FAIR
AND LEADERSHIP LIFESKILLS AND TECHNOLOGY (NON-LIVESTOCK) RULES IN
SECTION I.
#551 – Tractor I, Starting Up
Exhibit Requirements:
1.     Construct a three-dimensional display illustrating one of the safety activities you learned
       from activities you completed from the book. If using a tri-fold, half-sized not full-sized
       tri-folds, are required. (Purchase a full sized tri-fold and cut it in half horizontally.)
2.     Complete project book and bring to pre-fair judging.
3.     Individuals satisfactorily completing book and judging may participate in the Tractor
       Rodeo during fair week.

#552 – Tractor II, Gearing Up for Safety
Exhibit Requirements:
1.     Construct a three-dimensional display illustrating one of the safety activities you
       completed from your project book. If using a tri-fold, half-sized not full-sized tri-folds,
       are required. (Purchase a full sized tri-fold and cut it in half horizontally.)
2.     Complete project book and bring to pre-fair judging.
3.     Individuals satisfactorily completing book and judging may participate in the Tractor
       Rodeo during fair week.
#553 – Tractor III, Moving Out
Exhibit Requirements:
1.     Construct a three-dimensional display illustrating one of the safety activities you
       completed in your project book. If using a tri-fold, half-sized not full-sized tri-folds, are
       required. (Purchase a full sized tri-fold and cut it in half horizontally.)
2.     Complete project book and bring to pre-fair judging.
3.     Individuals satisfactorily completing book and judging may participate in the Tractor
       Rodeo during fair week.

#554 – Tractor IV, Learning More
1.     Construct a three-dimensional display illustrating one of the safety activities you
       completed from your project book. If using a tri-fold, half-sized not full-sized tri-folds,
       are require. (Purchase a full sized tri-fold and cut it in half horizontally.)
2.     Complete project book and bring to pre-fair judging.
3.     Individuals satisfactorily completing project book and judging may participate in the
       Tractor Rodeo during fair week.

#561 – National Safe Tractor and Machinery
Exhibit requirements for all: Must participate in Tractor Rodeo and construct a three-
dimensional display illustrating something you have learned from your project book. If using a
tri-fold, half-sized not full-sized tri-folds, are required.

Tractor Rodeo
1.    The tractor rodeo will be judged on a beginner, junior and senior basis.
      Beginner (9-11) as of January 1.
      Junior (12-13) as of January 1.
      Senior (age 14 and up) as of January 1.
2.    Advisors should use their judgment as whether a child is physically able to operate a
      tractor and carry the project.
3.   Beginner Division participants will participate in (a) tractor course with no implements
     attached, (b) safety test, (c) written test, and (d) the practical parts identification.
4.   Junior Division participants will participate in (a) two-wheel course, (b) safety test, (c)
     written test, and (d) the practical parts identification.
5.   Senior Division winners will participate in all those listed in three, plus the four-wheel
     course.
6.   Written permission from parent or guardian will be required for all children under the age
     of 16 who will participate in the rodeo.
7.   Contact Extension Office for course design.
8.   Member must carry tractor project or related FFA project.

				
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