Christmas tree Ride

IMG_3421IMG_3420 frosty IMG_3418There will be a Christmas tree hunt this Sunday, November 30, at King Eddie launch site.
Meet at unloading area around 11:00 then off to bag a tree. Bring a lunch, we will have a fire, and dress warm. After capturing the tree, it will be decorated at the club house. Chili and buns will be served for supper

Fun Weekend and Campout


Fun Weekend and Campout Reminder
Friday September 26 to September 29, 2014

Gates at the sort yard on King Eddy Road will be open from noon Friday, September 26, until noon Monday, September 29, so bring your camper and come for a fun weekend. There are already 5 people bringing their RVs for the weekend so join in the fun! Please RSVP with details of your group  if you’re coming so we know if we’ve got 10 people or 150.

Weekend Schedule:


  • Noon – Sort yard gate open
  • The club will be setting up the site, you’re free to explore the trails – please feel free to ask club members where to ride.
  • 5:00pm on – Gather round the central campfire to visit
  • 10:00pm – Sort yard gates closed for the night


  • 10:00am – longer ride, moderate riding pace with moderate difficulty in places
  • 5:00pm on – Gather round the central campfire to visit
  • Hamburger BBQ for supper provided
  • 10:00pm – Sort yard gates closed for the night


  • Breakfast is provided, pancakes, eggs and sausage
  • 10:00am – Rides head out, short ride to the Gold Mine
  • 2:00pm – Rodeo events start at the sort yard for people back from their rides (rodeo events are not about speed, they’re about skill and precision and a good time for both the participants and those watching).

Other details:

  • Camping will be at the far end of the sort yard, free. No private camp fires please
  • $3 per person for weekend meals,  it includes Saturday hamburger BBQ, with all the fixings, and Sunday Breakfast of pancakes,eggs and sausage. No drinks included
  • The grass has grown all summer and we won’t be able to mow the field but will try to drag it to knock the grass down but you might want to bring a weed whacker to clear a site for your table and chairs.
  • There are no services, so dry camping, but will have a central campfire every night.
  • Dogs and responsible dog owners are allowed.
  • Responsible alcohol consumption is allowed AFTER the rides, no drugs or alcohol will be tolerated on the rides


Random Wandering

Out to Lunch

Sunday, Sept 7, at 10:00am,
King Eddie Launch Site

The trails are a little damp,
so hopefully less dust
Launching from the staging are at
King Eddie on Highway 6

 Going to try and go to Grizzly Lake,
anyone know the way?
This will be a damp ride,
lots of rain in the hills
Dress to be warm, and to keep dry 🙂
Bring a lunch, we will have  a camp fire to cook over and visit around
Please bring your camera,
take pictures to post on facebook
I will lead this ride, so
prepare to wander aimlessly,
Extra gas might be a good idea

Longest Day of the Year Ride & BBQ


Longest Day of the  Year BBQ and Ride Thank You
A big thank you to Dennis Teale for hosting us, Clint Ingham for organizing
the food, and to all that helped set up, prepare and clean up. The food was

great and the company even better! Other than a bit more bush whacking than anticipated, the ride was enjoyed by all and everyone returned safely. Thanks to everyone that came out, hope to see you on the next adventure.

Saturday, June 21, 2014

5:00pm  – BBQ at 940 Pottery Road
7:00pm – Ride departs King Eddy FSR

A club favourite event to take advantage of the daylight on the longest day of the year.

The BBQ gets underway at 5:00pm at the clubhouse at 940 Pottery Road.  “Free” There is no cost per person  for burgers, chips and drinks – you must RSVP to [email protected] by 5:00pm Friday, June 20 to attend.

The ride at King Eddy will get rolling at 7:00pm and will take in as many trails and vistas as possible before returning to the vehicles at around 10:00pm, still with enough daylight to load and be safely on your way home.

Previous Twilight Ride Photos