Quiet Warrior Racing - Where Quiet is Cool

Moore and Sons

MISSION: Quiet Warrior Racing promotes a responsible trail and road ethic for both non-street legal and street legal motorized vehicles by offering quality recreation-oriented consulting services to its clients for the benefit of their customers, stakeholders, and the public good.

Quiet Warrior Racing is dedicated to supporting clients who are involved in off-highway vehicle recreation and street motorcycling. With over 20 years of experience, Quiet Warrior Racing offers proven and effective consulting services to industry, government, non-profit/for-profit organizations, and individuals.

Quiet Warrior Racing offers assistance through both on-site and off-site analysis related to ongoing management of OHV trails and facilities. Other services include; certified Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle Association DriverCoach, certified OHV sound testing, review/comments/appeals of NEPA documents, event support, product evaluation, grant writing, media outreach, project feasibility, political strategies, legislative and policy initiatives, and collaborative facilitation.

"Over the years, I have witnessed Don Amador as an advocate, negotiator, leader, and spokesman… Amador has served in environmental stewardship roles, working to assure that unbiased data is collected and analyzed for important decisions… He is adept at convening disparate interests to seek solutions.  He works both in formal settings and behind the scenes, to promote productive discussion and resolution of issues."

     Marlene Finley,  Director of Recreation, Lands, Wilderness and Heritage Resources, Region 5, USDA Forest Service (retired)

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Over the years, I have the opportunity to interact with Don on a professional as well as personal level…Don is gifted at being able to balance the differing views of the many competing interests for land use and takes on strong leadership roles in environmental stewardship…”

Scott Wolsey, Center Director, California Conservation Corps, Shasta Cascade Operations