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R&L Update

Voluntary registration has been extended to November 1, 2015 (approximately 20,000 ORVs have registered to date); here’s the news release:


The ministry’s ORV Q&As have been updated to reflect this change:


The ministry’s ORV Management Framework website should be updated by end of today or tomorrow morning to reflect this update, along with the updated Q&A document:


PGATV Poker Ride

09/09/2015 09:00
09/13/2015 16:08

Start / End date: 09:00 – 16:00 hrs, September 13, 2015 

The Prince George ATV Club invites you to join us at 12000 Scott Road for our annual poker ride Sunday September 13th.  All proceeds go to trail maintenance. Dry camping is available Wednesday to Sunday.  With maintenance being completed on some of the trails Tabor Mountain offer a variety of enjoyable riding prior to Sunday's poker ride.  Concession is available Sunday September 13th. Come join us for this fun event.


Betty 250 640 7752

George 250 964 7907


See events map for location

Registration and Licencing

05/01/2015 00:44
12/31/2015 07:44

Registration and Licencing will be compulsory after Nov 1, 2015


ATVBC Scholarship application

KRATV Club (Cranbrook) Point 2 Point Rally & Campout

07/10/2015 00:59
07/12/2015 18:59

An invitation to all ATVBC Clubs & club members to come riding in the Rockies & Purcells.


A heads up about our upcoming 5th annual P2P Rally & Campout this coming July 11-13th.

If you’re looking for some good camping and interesting riding all in the mtns of the East Kootenays check us out.

This is dry camping at it’s best nestled in the mtns west of Cranbrook alongside Noke Creek.

Spacious sites, hot showers and free firewood all for only $20.00 per night at Noke Creek Campground.

We can accommodate bumper pull trailers, 5th wheel trailers, pickups & campers and tents.

The Rally course (Saturday—11th) will be about 70 km and is for ATVs and SxS.

It will be a challenging course but not too difficult.

There will be a guided ride on the Sunday (12th) where we will get up to about 7500 ft.

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