2017 Annual General Meeting

Monday October 23 come out and have your say on the future direction of the club. We usually have food, check back here Friday morning to see how much food will be at the meeting.

We’ve had a great year considering spring almost got washed away, summer got smoked and snow is already on higher elevation trails. Club members put in a ton of work on these events (and more):

  • Vernon Winter Carnival Parade
  • Annual King Eddy Cleanup
  • Lumby Days Parade
  • Canada Day Display and Kiddie Cart Rides
  • Ladies Day Ride
  • Rides with neighbouring clubs
  • Lots of club rides

All these events take work but they are equally rewarding. We appreciate the hard work of members and ask you come out to share your ideas and any time you can give to continue spreading the club message of family fun through responsible off-road vehicle usage.

Meeting gets started at 6:30pm at 940 Pottery Road.

A quick photo look at 2017, see more photos on facebook and our website.

Mara Mtn – Look at the Lookout

Ride Recap

We came up just short making it to the lookout, no matter with a fun group of riders and a long lunch break just below the howling wind and almost zero visibility where we turned around.


It’s a go, we weren’t sure how much it might snow this week but it looks like there hasn’t been much accumulation at higher elevations yet so we’re going to head to the lookout.

Meet at the pullout on the east side of the Enderby Bridge at 9:00am. For those traveling from Vernon we’ll be leaving the parking lot by Tim Horton’s on 58th Avenue at 8:30am and if you’d like to attend but want to catch a ride email [email protected] or call 250-550-5290.

Not going to sugarcoat this, near the top the road to the lookout is rough but it’s one heck of a view when you get to the top that makes it all worthwhile.

Rides are open to club members, friends, guests and anyone interested in joining us for a ride. All ability levels are welcome, if you encounter a section of trail above your comfort level we’ll help you through or find a way around it. Get in touch if you have any questions!

3 Days, 3 Peaks

What a long weekend, I was fortunate to take part in the Barriere ride then back it up with a ride in the Edgewood area Sunday then popped up to Eureka Lookout on the drive home on Monday.

Each day the rides took us up into the snow and to peaks with views of the surrounding country.