Ready to ride at 10:00am sharp Sunday, December 3 at the cattleguard at the bottom of Noble Canyon Road in Lavington. Unload at the cattleguard then park your vehicle on either side of the road back toward the highway.
We’ll start on the Becker Lake side and if we have time we’ll head over to the Bardolph side. Come prepared for winter riding conditions and bring something to have at or over the lunch campfire.
Club rides are open to everyone, non-members are invited to attend a couple of rides to meet people, find new trails and get a taste for the club.
Ride Sunday at 10:00am at King Eddy Join Steve this Sunday, November 26 for the Black Drift Sunday Ride that will head south past Wilma Lake to Beaver Lake and beyond.
There will be some FSR, trail and stopping to enjoy the views and BS. Come ready for variable weather from rain to snow as the forecast all over the place right now. We usually have a campfire so bring something to cook over the fire.
Everyone is welcome to attend, non-members are invited to come out for a couple rides to meet people, find new trails and check out the club.
Heading out from the bottom of King Eddy Road at 11:00am on Sunday, November 12, we’re looking for the perfect tree for to adorn the clubhouse for our Christmas Party.
The weather forecast is calling for slightly warmer temperatures (+6 degrees) but there will still be snow at higher elevations so come ready for winter conditions. As always pack a lunch, camera and the safety gear necessary for a ride.
After the ride we head to the clubhouse to decorate and warm up with a big bowl of chili. Phone 250-550-5290 or email [email protected] if you want to come for chili, registration deadline is noon Friday, November 10.
Vernon ATV Club rides are open to everyone, come try a couple rides with the club to see if you want to join.
Heading out from the staging area on Irish Creek at 10:00am Sunday, November 5, this ride will venture past Little Pinaus lake and wander the trails above the west side of Okanagan Lake.
The forecast is calling for a high of 0 degrees and sunny for Sunday, combine that with the snow anticipated between now and then and it should be a picturesque ride through the fluffy stuff at times (all the time?).
You’ll need to come prepared for winter riding and bring the usual stuff including lunch, your camera and safety gear. We’ll get a fire going at lunch time to warm up and if you want to cook over the campfire.
We will try to find a recreation site on our ride for bathroom facilities.
Rides are open to non-members to come test ride the club for a couple of rides so invite your friends.