The region continues to eye the powersports and tourism industry as a means of recovery from the drawback of the coal industry. Leveraging their vast network of rolling hills, and abandoned mountaintop mining areas, means year-round tax dollars being shoveled into local businesses. West Virginia and Virginia towns have seen success from marketing their trail systems and Kentucky is not far behind. When all three states finish their trail networks, they will have created a combined riding area of more than 2,000 miles. At the end of the day, it’s the powersports consumers who wins.