The following link will provide you with some mapping information for enjoying the trails on Tabor Mountain. Further tracks will be added as they become available.
64,735 ORVs have registered under the ORV Act between November 17, 2014 and February 29, 2016.
This translates to: · ATVs at 65% (41,824), · snowmobiles at 25% (16,424), · off-road motorcycles at 7% (4,771), and side-by-sides at 3% ( 1,716).
They will be available at the Outdoor Show, Prince George Rod & Gun Club, Gun Show, and our general meetings the third Tuesday of the month, 7:00 pm at the Carmel Restaurant. Please contact Jeff at 250-964-9808 or email him at jbobtail.shaw.ca for more information as to where other ticket locations will be.
Club event dates have been posted on the calendar. Further information as to location, start and return times etc. will be posted at a later date.
The Quad Riders Association of BC is pleased to announce the appointment of Kim Smith as Land and Environment Coordinator / General Manager, replacing Terry Wardrop who is retiring. Thank you Terry for your many years of service.
Off-road vehicle registration and safety provisions are mandatory on Crown land effective Nov. 1, 2015, following passage of regulations in support of the Off-Road Vehicle Act.
Click on link below to read news release.
Off-road vehicle registration mandatory on Nov. 1
The attached link or PDF will take you too an item in the September/October 2015 edition of THE RV TIMES written by Phil Megyesi about the PG/Wells trail.
The Prince George ATV Club would like to thank everyone who helped make our 2015 poker ride a huge success. This event truly represented ATV riders coming together to help raise funds for trail improvements and would not have been possible without the generous support of our sponsors.
Thank You To
Cycle North Enterprises Ltd., Forest Power Sports Ltd.. Prince George Motorsports, NR Motors Ltd., Northland Chrysler Jeep Dodge, KK Motors, Prince George Citizen, Prince George Toyota, Canadian Tire, Summit Power Tools, Custom Stitch, Spruce Credit Union, Marlaine & Jeff Mohr, Dorothy McCoy, Ivan Arsenault, Tanya Barrett, Tim Boyce.
People who enjoy exploring B.C.’s spectacular backcountry need to do it responsibly and be aware of their legal obligations, or they may face hefty fines and possible jail time.
Ministry - Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations
The following is general information regarding ORVs:
Pending regulations under the Off Road Vehicle (ORV) Act will require all ORVs in British Columbia to be registered through ICBC in order to use or operate an ORV on Crown land, including resource roads. For information about the effective date of mandatory registration and other key elements of the upcoming ORV laws in BC, please refer to the following ministry website regarding the cross-government Off Road Vehicle Management Framework or contact Vera Vukelich, Manager responsible for ORVs.
For information about registering an ORV in order to ride on Crown land, please refer to the ICBC website about ORV registration. Please note that snowmobiles registered prior to November 17, 2014, will be required to re-register under the ORV Act - transitioning from a manual snowmobile registry to ICBCs database registry will ensure that officers have 24/7 access to the registration information to better identify irresponsible ORV riders and to track down stolen vehicles.
There are no new insurance requirements under the ORV Act. The status quo insurance requirements on Forest Service Roads have been in place for decades and continues to apply. Under the Forest Service Road Use Regulation, a minimum of $200,000 third party liability insurance is required.
On public roads and highways under the Motor Vehicle Act, ICBC’s basic insurance continues to be a requirement for all motorists, including ORV riders who opt for incidental access to highways. See ICBCs Basic Insurance website for more information.