More ATVs and SxS's are on British Columbia trails as people use ORV's to experience nature, access backcountry destinations and tour the province. Check out these ATV sales statistics!
ATVBC President Chris D'Silva provides a February 2022 update with ATVBC news - grants, a trails best practice guide and a request from ATVBC to clubs for trail agreement information
The Grand Forks ATV Club February 2022 newsletter shares information about club events, trail maintenance and construction projects (Franklin Heritage Trail and Christina Valley to Edgewood).
ATVBC's Board of Directors held their regular monthly meeting on January 19, 2022. The agenda included discussions about ATV events, ATV clubs, ATV grant funding, and trails, environment and land issues.
ATVBC President Chris D'Silva provides a January 2022 update with ATVBC news - ATV Trail Grants, ATV events and news
ATVBC's Board of Directors held their regular monthly meeting on December 15, 2021. The agenda included a event planning for the ATVBC Poker Ride and Jamboree, ATV Trail Maintenance and Development grants, Land Access Issues, and an update on Vancouver Island ATV Club private land access negotiations.
Apply for grant funding for ATV trail maintenance and development in British Columbia from the ORV Trial Fund and ATVBC.
Want to continue ATVing through winter? Think about ATV snow tracks with track reviews and guidance from the Vernon ATV club.
On December 22, 2021 the Village of Clinton Mayor and Council voted in favor of the request and directed staff to develop a bylaw that will allow ORV access to the community of Clinton from the Caribou Gold Rush Trail.
ATV sinter snow riding maintenance and tips - emergency supplies and survival gear, communication devices, navigational aids and sharing your ride plan