Rubber Ducky Ride at King Eddy

10:00am Sunday January 13

Ride Report and Photos
Steve leads another excellent ride, this time taking a group of 13 (that drops to 12 after a blown belt at 4km) up up and away out of the Okanagan Valley grey into the bright blue skies.

Snow is starting to get deep so taking the 17km connector trail was out, using Queen Road was out but heading to the tower provided an excellent view of the valley.

According to Sesame Street January 13 is Rubber Duckie’s birthday so don your bright yellow gear in support. More snow is coming to the high country but the lower trails were good riding last time out so we’ll explore the same area to see how far we get.

Meet up at King Edward Road on Highway 6 (9kms east of Vernon) at 10:00am Sunday, January 13. Come prepared for winter riding conditions, dress warm and make sure your machine is up for riding in powder.

Rides are open to everyone, we encourage you to come out for a couple of rides with the club to meet other riders, find new trails and get a sense of the club before you join.

The Vernon ATV Club promotes responsible all terrain vehicle use. Riders must must carry proof of $200,000 liability insurance for riding on forest service roads, driver’s license and quad riders must wear a helmet (side x side riders aren’t required by law to wear helmets but we recommend they do).

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