The ATVBC Trail Ambassador Program (TAP) is an ongoing initiative to promote ORV riding and help people on the trails. You can become a Trail Ambassador at any time. We have several ATVBC members from across the province trained.

ATVBC has the capacity to train more members – if you are interested in becoming an ATVBC Trail Ambassador read more about the program below, and let ATVBC and your club know.

Are you or your club interested in:

  • promoting ORV riding as a positive recreational activity and building a positive image of ORV riders?
  • demonstrating that ORV recreation can be enjoyed while protecting environmentally sensitive habitats?
  • sharing your knowledge with others to increase ORV rider safety? educating ORV riders about existing programs, “Pack it in, pack it out”, Stay on the Trial”, “Respect Private Land”, and others?
  • raising awareness of the impacts of irresponsible ORV recreation?

ATVBC will provide the training and materials, you provide the volunteers!

If you are interested in learning more and have time to take part in a short, online training program please let us know!

The ATVBC Trail Ambassador program will provide training and resources to volunteers interested in educating the public about safe, responsible and environmentally sustainable ORV riding in British Columbia.

ATVBC Trail Ambassadors will have no law enforcement authority or role, rather they will use their experience, training and influence to demonstrate on-the-trail leadership and to distribute information about trail etiquette, ORV regulations, rider safety, and trail information while promoting the benefits of club membership.

Email [email protected] or your club with the following information to let us know you are interested in becoming a Trail Ambassador:

  1. Name, phone number, email address
  2. Riding area(s) and frequency of riding (# of times per month)
  3. Club name and indicate if you have club support for the program
  4. Information about relevant training you already have