ATV sinter snow riding maintenance and tips - emergency supplies and survival gear, communication devices, navigational aids and sharing your ride plan
Volunteer to become a ATVBC Trail Ambassador! The limit of two Ambassadors from each club has been lifted. Email ATVBC and your local club to sign up.
ATV Safety Training Course in Wells, BC - get trained today! Visit ATVBC's safety page to find an instructor near you!
ATVBC safety and membership benefit with Zoleo ATVBC is excited to announce Zoleo [...]
ATVBC is concerned that our insurance policy may not cover members using the [...]
The Campbell River ATV Club created ride protocols for their club to use when riding as a group. Whether you are your club's ride leader, or planning a ride with a group of friends, this is a valuable resource.
The Canadian Quad Council (CQC) celebrated ATV Safety Week by sharing a wealth of safety information for ORV riders, via their Trailbox Talks and ATV/Quad Safety web page.
Preserve riding areas by preventing wildfires. Tips for ATV riders on how to be fire smart from Rob Chatton, MIATV Club Safety and Environment Director
Recreational user safety guidelines when using Resource Roads / Forest Service Roads (FSRs) from the BC Forest Safety Council.
Safe ATV riding starts as soon as you leave home. Learn how to safely travel on resource roads (e.g. Forest Service Roads), trailhead parking and VHF radio use.