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18Jul/110

TEAM PEAK – Dirt Guided Tours & Snowmobile Rentals, Full Service & Repair

If you are in Central Oregon, or anywhere in the PNW and want to get out on an adventure of a lifetime look no further than TEAM PEAK.

Peak Performance Rentals

541-536-3893 or toll free 855-221-3364

Mountain Performance Rentals

541-598-7819

Cascade ATV Adventures

541-410-0477

 

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19Jun/110

Welcome to Peak Performance Rentals.com

We are so excited to have this community portal up and running, we have much planned including:

* Community information and a full library of crucial how-to videos

* Up to the minute conditions information

* A full fleet of top of the line rental equipment for next year including kids sleds, two-up Cadillac style sleds and a fleet of tricked-out "Peak Performance Grade" Arctic-Cat M8's

* On-line inventory of our entire rental fleet including tractors and hard-parts equipment as well as a comprehensive quad and snowmobile fleet

* Tours and extra-ordinary locals access to some of the best sledding, fishing, motorcycling, quad-riding and horse trail rides in the state!

Look for this site to develop rapidly and soon become the gold standard for information, parts, service, sales and rentals of some of the most unique and solid equipment in Central Oregon.

16Dec/110

Merry Christmas from Peak Performance!

"We wish for everyone to have a safe and fun holiday season. Everybody do your snow dance!"- Hoss at Peak Performance Rentals

We wanted to share some photos from he parade and let you know when you are ready to have the time of your life give us a call at 541-536-3893 and we will have your snowmobiles ready.

23Aug/110

Team Peak is moving in to marine services!

Team-Peak.com & Peak Performance is now a full-featured marine services
center! Bring your boat in for an end-of-the-year service including DRAINS,
RELUBE, DE-WATER, ENGINE, INTAKE, FUEL-SYSTEM  AND CYLINDER PREP FOR STORAGE
so your boat has a nice winter and is ready to go anytime you are.

That is correct, Team-Peak, part of the Peak Performance Family is now a full-service marine service center.

Bring your boat down (in-board, out-board, etc.) for a comprehensive tune-up and especially an end of the year service & storage check-up. You will be glad you did, we have ultrasonic cleaning equipment and a fully certified service staff ready to help you today.

Peak Performance Rentals – for our sister site click here

541-536-3893 or toll free 855-221-3364

18Jul/110

Trail Conditions 7-18-11

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Contact Information

Deschutes National Forest
1001 SW Emkay Drive
Bend, OR   97702

(541) 383-5300

Ochoco National Forest
3160 N.E. 3rd Street
Prineville, OR   97754

(541) 416-6500

Crooked River National Grassland
813 S.W. Hwy. 97
Madras, OR   97741

(541) 475-9272

Contact Us

 

OHV Trail Riding

 

17Jul/110

Complete Inventory Online (541) 536-3893 PEAK IN LA PINE

We have our complete rental department online so you can get a birds-eye with the equipment.

"We have just about anything you may need to get a job done or go have fun." - Hoss at PEAK

Click here to go to the Rentals page.

Of course if you just want a person not a web-page give us a call at 541-536-3893

 

Peak Performance Equipment, Service and Rentals
51338 Hwy 97
PO Box 1636
La Pine, OR 97739
(541) 536-3893
* FULL SERVICE
* RENTAL EQUIPMENT
* EQUIPMENT SALES
* NEW & USED

Peak Performance Rentals and Equipment – serving all of Central Oregon, Bend, Redmond, Madras and especially La Pine, OR

 

1Jul/110

HAPPY AND SAFE 4TH OF JULY FROM EVERYONE AT PEAK

"LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT BABY!" - CHUCK CHILL PEAK EXPEDITION AND FREERIDE TEAM

1Jul/110

Watch this before you ever ride an ATV -Safety Video

Something we found on and thought it was worth sharing with you, especially if you are new to the sport.

"Think safety every single day!" - Hoss at PEAK

28Jun/110

Oregon OHV permits

Click here fro the Oregon OHV permit page

 

thanks PEAK

 

ATV Permits Oregon Parks and Recreation Dept
ATV Permit Information Snowmobiles
Out of state ATV Permits
Class I Permits
Class II Permits
Class III Permits
Ocean Shores-ATV Permits
ATV Permit Information
You must display an ATV permit if you are operating your ATV on public land (and even then, the land must be specifically designated for ATV use). The ATV Permit Fee is $10.00 (Most permit agents charge an extra .50), and it is valid for two years.  See the latest permit agent list.  There are three classes of ATVs (see below).
Out of state ATV Permits
An ATV/OHV operating permit that is issued in another state shall be honored in the State of Oregon if the issusing state also honors an Oregon ATV operating permit.  The ATV must have a resident state ATV/OHV operating permit or a State of Oregon ATV operating permit to operate the ATV on designated ATV areas.  A State of Oregon ATV operating permit may be issued for all terrain vehicles owned by a resident of another state that does not have a permitting program.    For a list of states that have reciprocity with Oregon, please visit the Reciprocity Information Page.
Class I Permits
Class I ATVs

(ATVs, 3 Wheelers)

Operators with a suspended or revoked drivers license may not operate any class ATV

Defined:

Operator requirements (applies only to public OHV riding areas):

  • All operators must hold a valid ATV Safety Education Card – phased in:
    • Jan. 1, 2009     Youth 15 and under and adults supervising youth
    • Jan. 1, 2010     30 and under
    • Jan. 1, 2011     40 and under
    • Jan. 1, 2012     50 and under
    • Jan. 1, 2013     60 and under
    • Jan. 1, 2014     All riders must have an ATV safety education card
  • Youth under 18 must wear a DOT approved helmet with the chin strap fastened.
  • Youth under 16:
    • must be supervised by an adult who is at least 18 years old and holds a valid ATV Safety Education Card and can provide immediate assistance and direction to the children.
    • must meet Rider Fit rules.

* An example of a Class I vehicle in which seatbelts are provided by the manufacturer is the Polaris Ranger Razr 170 youth-model side-by-side which falls into Class I by being less than 800 pounds and less than 50 inches wide.

Class II Permits
Jeeps traveling on an unmaintained dirt road.

(4x4s, Side x Sides)

Operators with a suspended or revoked drivers license may not operate any class ATV

Defined:

  • Weighs more than a Class I all-terrain vehicle, and is actually being driven off-road.

Operator requirements:

  • A valid drivers license.
  • Youth under 18 must wear a DOT approved helmet with the chin strap fastened (unless vehicle is registered and has a roof or roll bar).
  • Youth under 16 must wear seatbelts if the OHV is equipped with them.
  • Meet the safety equipment standards for off road vehicles.
  • Check with law enforcement officials in the area you wish to ride for any special requirements.
  • Liability insurance is required by law for all Class II vehicles (ref: ORS 806.012 & 806.020). Contact your insurance company for more information.
    *A vehicle Title is often required to finance or insure any Class of ATV.  Contact  Department of Motor Vehicles for vehicle Titling information.

Class III Permits
Class III motorcycle
Tom Niemela photo

(Motorcycles)

Operators with a suspended or revoked drivers license may not operate any class ATV

Defined:


Operator requirements (applies only to public OHV riding areas):

  • Must be at least 7 years of age
  • All operators must hold a valid ATV Safety Education Card – phased in:
    • Jan. 1, 2009     Youth 15 and under and adults supervising youth
    • Jan. 1, 2010     30 and under
    • Jan. 1, 2011     40 and under
    • Jan. 1, 2012     50 and under
    • Jan. 1, 2013     60 and under
    • Jan. 1, 2014     All riders must have an ATV safety education card
  • Youth under 18 must wear a DOT approved helmet with the chin strap fastened.
  • Youth under 16 must be supervised by an adult who is at least 18 years old and holds a valid ATV Safety Education Card and can provide immediate assistance and direction to the children.

Ocean Shores-ATV Permits

Ocean Shore ATV Operating Permits are issued by OPRD. A person with a disability can establish they are entitled to a reasonable accommodation by providing OPRD a copy of physician’s letter; DMV disabled placard; Veterans letter; or Oregon State Parks Special Access Pass. Once established, they can qualify for a permit to operate a quad (Class I ATV) on the ocean shore areas open to motorized use. However, upon request from an individual with a disability, OPRD may issue such a permit for sections closed to motorized use using criteria established under OAR 736-004-0062. For more information specific to the Ocean Shore ATV Operating Permit, please contact (541) 265-9871 for the north coast (Clatsop-Lincoln), and (541) 888- 9324 Ext 227, for the south coast (Lane-Curry).

Snowmobiles
OPRD does not issue snowmobile registrations, snowmobile permits, or sno-park permits. All snowmobile registrations and permits are issued through DMV.  Please contact the Driver and Motor Vehicle Services. Their phone number is (503) 945-5000.

 

28Jun/110

Boat Course Link

Click here to get to the on-line course.

 

thanks- PEAK

 

How to Apply For a Boating License in Oregon

Updated on Fri, 6/3/2011

Oregon requires a Boater Education Card for boaters, and not a boating license. The regulatory authority for the card is Oregon State Marine Board. The card is mandatory for all boat operators operating a vessel of 10 hp or more. These requirements will be gradually adopted during the entire year 2009.

There is a restriction on the age of boat operators. If you are under 12 years of age, you are not allowed to operate any powerboat. If you are between 12 and 15 years of age, you must have your Boater Education Card onboard, and operate the boat under the direct, onboard supervision of an adult (16 years or older) who completes the above requirements. If you are between 12 and 15 years of age and wish to operate a personal vessel greater than 10 HP, you can do so under the direct supervision of a person who is 18 years or older and has a Boater Card.

The laws also require that the person operating a boat should not be under the influence of intoxicants. The legal limit of the blood alcohol content (BAC) is 0.08% and if arrested for a higher BAC, harsh penalties may be imposed on the operator, based on the severity of the offense as well as the previous number of similar convictions.

EXEMPTIONS

The following persons are exempt from the above requirements:

  • Boat operators possessing a valid boaters' license issued by the U.S Coast Guard.
  • Those operators who will be boating in Oregon for less than 60 days.
  • Adults who do not have a boating safety certificate but are under the supervision of another adult 16 or older who has a boater education card.
  • Buyers with a new boat do not need a card till 60 days from the date of purchase.
  • Operators who have rented a boat.

BOATER EDUCATION COURSE

To obtain the Boater Education Card, you must complete a boater education course approved by the Oregon State Marine Board or pass an approved equivalency test. In an approved course, students learn how to operate and maintain their boats, the legal requirements for boating, and what to do in emergencies. This ensures that boating remains a safe and fun experience. There are various approved ways you can complete the course and obtain the card:

  1. Four classroom options offered by Oregon State Marine Board, the U.S Coast Guard AuxiliaryU.S Power Squadrons and the Marine Patrol County Sheriffs Office.
    • The course duration is a minimum of eight hours.
    • To pass the course, you must get 80% of the answers right on the exam administered at the end of the course.
  2. The Boater Education Card is either handed out at the end of class, or mailed to you within 45 days.
  3. Only the card issued after a classroom course is recognized in most other states, and by many insurance companies for insurance discounts.
  4. Four approved online options offered by Boat OregonBoater Exam OregonBoat U.S. Foundation and PWC Safety School Course.
  5. These courses may take up to 8 hours to complete; some options require you to complete the course in one sitting
  6. Course materials are free. Some providers charge a fee for exams or the card: check providers' websites for details.
  7. A temporary card may be printed after passing the online exam; the permanent card will be mailed to you.
  8. The option of studying at home using approved course material, and passing an Oregon Marine Patrol proctored equivalency exam.

RENEWAL

The card is permanent. There is no need to renew it.

REPLACEMENT

To replace a card, write to Oregon State Marine Boat with proof of course completion. Students who took the exam online may obtain a duplicate card by contacting their providers, and for a fee - check the providers' websites for details.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

  • While liability insurance is not mandatory for boating in Oregon, it is a good idea to have liability insurance to tide over troubles if you or someone operating your boat is involved in a boating accident.
  • Read the information for the Boating Safety and Facilities and Oregon Boating Laws.
  • See how to register your boat in Oregon.
  • Check the contact information of Oregon State Marine Board.

 

23Jun/110

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