Support the American Sand Association

As avid Off Road enthusiasts, the Buggy Whip® Inc. Team encourages you to get to know the American Sand Association and the importance of what they do.

The American Sand Association is the leading organization fighting to keep the Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area (ISDRA) open to OHV use. The American Sand Association's primary objective is to "UNITE, INFORM and MOBILIZE" the sand duning community to protect the right to ride on all public lands in a responsible, environmentally balanced manner.

The ASA is a dynamic, aggressive organization fighting hard to protect your right to recreate on public lands!

The Glamis Dunes is Team Buggy Whip®’s favorite playground. We are grateful to the ASA for fighting hard to protect our rights to recreate here. We are delighted to be a SUPPORTING MEMBER, where our donations truly make an impact to a cause which benefits an average of 1 million visitors each year. Your personal involvement and donation can have a great impact. We encourage our fellow Off Road Fans to become Supporting Members. Wonderful opportunities to volunteer with events and various tasks can also be found when you become a member.

Click Here to Become a Member Today


  • Help to fight for your right to recreate on public lands!
  • Receive a special discount with REACH for Life
  • Exclusive ASA discounts at over 50 participating "Premium" sponsor businesses
  • $25 Gift Card to Rocky Mountain ATV/MC
  • A membership kit that includes a "Supporting ASA Member" license plate frame and ASA Sticker

Featured in the top photo: We share in the celebration of the success from the day the ASA began removing the closure stakes in the dunes. Finally winning a decade long court battle regarding the Pearson’s Milk-vetch. This allowed for the reopening of nearly 40,000 acres. Even though the ASA won that battle, the extreme environmental groups will not stop until all motorized recreation is eliminated.

We thank you for your support to this cause and helping to protecting your right to recreate on public lands.