Ride for Dad – What to Expect

Have you read the FAQ and still have questions?  Do you want to get a better feel for what the ride is like?  You’ve come to the right place…

The Telus ATV Ride for Dad hosted by Nation Valley ATV Club is a family friendly, action packed day of ATV riding all focused around raising funds for the Prostate Fight Foundation.  There will be hundreds of ATV enthusiasts of all ages and all walks of life all coming together for the fun of the ride and the knowledge that our sport is making a difference.

The day starts with registration and a drivers meeting before hitting the trails.  There will be multiple places to stop and warm up, and a trail side lunch.  Once back at the hall we’ll hear from some prostate cancer survivors and find out how our efforts are saving lives.  Over dinner there will be a silent auction and a mountain of donated prizes to distribute.

This year is shaping up to to be our biggest and best Ride for Dad event ever.  Check out the links below to see videos and read stories about our previous rides to help put this day into perspective.

Hope to see you there!

 

Here some descriptions of the event from previous years:

The Ontario Travel Portal published an article by Mark Hamerton describing his experience in 2013.

One rider even recorded parts of his ride with a helmet mounted camera.

 

We also have photos from previous years:

Ride for Dad 2014 photos on the club website.

Ride for Dad 2013 photos from the club Facebook page.

We even won an award in 2014, see the fancy plaque we received!

Read a great article in Northern Ontario Travel

Watch the YouTube video below: