Prince George Motorsports is inviting all the PGATV members and all ATV riders to their Customer Appreciation Day on Saturday April 22, 2017. Their new location is at 1001-20th Ave., Prince George. They will have lots of door prizes, hot dogs, hamburgers & drinks. All new machines on display, ATVs, boats motors, all sizes of motorcycles, much more to see. We will be on hand selling memberships and answering any questions about the PGATV Club, see you there.
We received the following message from our Provincial Organization, ATVBC
We are pleased to advise that the Canada Off-Highway Vehicle Council has now completed their adjudication process and have selected the winning grant applicants from across Canada, therefore we are pleased to advise that the Prince George ATV Club’s Thursday Creek Bridge Installation and Trail Regeneration Project has been selected for the COHV Canada 150 Sustainable Trails Grant Program.
Congratulations to the Prince George ATV Club!
The Prince George ATV Club would like to thank ATVBC for their assistance with our grant request and their ongoing efforts to improve our provincial trail network.
Latest ATVBC Newsletter has been added.
Tabor Mountain Recreation Society receives $100,000 from BC's Rural Development Fund to upgrade and rehabilitation of the Frost Lake Trail - see announcement below
Clicking on the link below link will provide you with a map showing the Town Corridor ATV route into the community of Wells.
User instructions are attached, please be advised that access is subject to local bylaws.
Attached is the ATV BC January Newsletter
We would like to thank the Northern Development Initiative Trust (NDIT) for funding this project and the following sponsors for their generous donations. Without their generosity the bridge installation would not have been possible.
CANFOR, DWB Consulting Services Ltd., Formula Contractors Ltd., and volunteers from the PGATV Club.
Click on the link below to see how much Canadians have spend on ATV's and ROV's (side by sides) You maybe surprised.
Trail brushing and clearing of dead falls on the George Creek, Viper and Sawdust Trails was made possible by the generosity of the following sponsors: Quad Riders Association of BC (ATVBC) , Cycle North Powersports, Forest Power Sports, Prince George ATV Club, Prince George Motorsports, Recreation Sites and Trails BC and the volunteers from the PGATV Club. Below are a few before and after photos.
Some 28 kilometers were bushed.