So many details go into the planning of both of these ATVBC events, and we are so blessed to have the dedication of our volunteer board members to carry on these duties. This year’s events have already started registration and to date we are filling up nicely!! I can’t wait to get out and ride with our members during this event and get a chance to meet more of our members!
If planning two big events wasn’t enough, the board directors have also been very busy over the last 4 months working within their newly established board committees. Established during the fall Face-to-face meeting, these 8 committees work to address key areas of the organization including events, membership, governance and policy, grants and programs, finance and fundraising, communications, land use, tourism and trails. As these committees begin to form, there will be opportunity for our members to join these committees to bring your expertise to the table. Reach out to us if you would like more information on what committees are available!
Over the last few months, during the Club president’s meetings there has been discussion on the topic of 2 riders on ATV’s that are meant for 1 rider. ATVBC board has developed a new policy to address this topic, and this has been sent out to all clubs and posted on our website here.
Last, but not least, I am very excited to announce a new project ATVBC has been working on in our role with the BC Powersports Coalition. The development of a best practices guide for ORV trails in BC will become a multi year project and as we embark on this project, we will be reaching out to our membership to provide input throughout the process. Read more about this project here!
Ok, I think that about covers all the things we have been working on this past month, it’s been busy for sure!!
I am going to go dig out my snow shovel now, I should have known better then to put it away to early…
See you on the trails soon!