MTO - ATV

Wanted

The club is looking for Directors and Wardens, if interested please email info@atv-vtteo.org






 

 

 
Membership

Special Event Day Pass - $20
3 Day Pass - $50
Annual Pass - $150

Membership passes are available at the following retailers:

Agriest Centre Agricole Coop
4650, Ste-Catherine St, St Isidore, Ontario, K0C 2B0
613-524-2828

Allan Johnston Repair and Sales
2665 8th Line Road, Metcalfe, Ontario, K0A 2P0
613-821-4263

Benson Service Station
762 Principale Street, Casselman, Ontario, K0A 1M0
613-764-2970


Depanneur Leger
400 Old Hwy 17, Plantagenet, Ontario, K0B 1L0

613-673-4448

Loiselle Sports Plus Inc.
83 Main Street North, Alexandria, Ontario
613-525-1402

Loiselle Sports Inc.
877 Notre-Dame St, Embrun, Ontario
613-443-3260

L'Original Packing Ltd.
2567 Highway 17, L'Original, Ontario
613-675-4612

Murray Motor Sports
294 Main Street North, Alexandria, Ontario
613-525-1669

Phil Roy Service Station
540 Limoges Rd, Limoges, Ontario, K0A 2M0
613-443-1111

ProNature
2678 rue Laurier, Rockland, Ontario
613-419-1419

Quad Expert (Mark's Auto and Cycle)
457 Russell Rd, Hammond, Ontario
613-487-7823

Maximum Motosport
1225 Main St East, Hawkesbury, Ontario, K6A 1C2
613-632-2114

Rockland Marine
920 St-Jean, Rockland, Ontario
613-446-5445

Rockland Wheels
2836 Chamberland, Rockland, Ontario
613-446-1188

Ron's Service Shop
2116 Highway 138, Moose Creek, Ontario
613-538-2887

Séguin H Garage, The Specialist
585 Bolt Rd, Alfred, Ontario, K0B 1A0
613-679-2260

Trail Etiquette

Trail users code put forth by OFATV:

 

- Ride on designated trails. Do not utilize CLOSED trails. 'If you don't know, don't go!'
- Avoid sudden stops and starts and quick directional changes with acceleration.
- Avoid sensitive and restricted areas at all times, especially wetlands, lakeshores, steep stream banks and hills.
- Cross at designated crossings and utilize bridges when available. Cross watercourses at 90-degree angles and drive carefully and slowly.
- Enjoy wildlife viewing opportuinities, avoid stressing any species particularly during the rearing stages. Adjust riding behaviour according to season and location.
- Respect and be courteous to other users who are also using shared use trails. Always yield the right-of-way to other trail users who are approaching or passing. Signal when approaching from behind. In particular, be certain to communicate with the riders of horses and those walking pets.
- Avoid running over young trees and shrubs, particularly in the spring and the growing season of the summer.
- Do not trespass on private property and do not utilize single-purpose trails designated for other (non-ATV) activities.
- Promote parking and dismounting from your ATV to walk to sensitive, scenic, historic and cultural areas.
- Avoid riding after heavy rains.
- Do not venture out on new, non-ATV designated trails without consulting appropriate skateholders.
- Comply with all applicable legislation an municipal bylaws.
- Take a rider safety course and ride within your abilities.
- Do not cut switchbacks or take shortcuts.
- Keep your speed and engine RPM low and steady when approaching other riders, homes, etc.
- What you pack in, pack out - do not litter.
- Remove your helmet when talking to other trail users and/or landowners.
- Keep in mind the following Ontario Trail Council (OTC) statement: "Shared use trail - expect/respect other users."

 

For more information on club membership, benefits and policies, visit the
Ontario Federation of All Terrain Vehicle Clubs (OFATV) web site.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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