Volunteers have been out several times in the last week, and will continue to be out every day until the Ride for Dad rally this Saturday. Trails are looking great and will hopefully continue to get better and better as our volunteers work tirelessly throughout the week.
Mother Nature has not been cooperating with us this winter. Trails are currently all open, although we haven’t been able to clear many snow drifts. Please be prepared to push/pull/winch through areas of deep drifted snow if you decide to hit the trails.
Volunteers spent 8 hours grooming today. More volunteers will be on the trails tomorrow to finish grooming the main loop.
The whole loop was groomed today and volunteers report the trails are in good shape.
Volunteers had the groomers out again today and report that all trails are passable and trails are in good condition.
A total of 56 riders were out for the 2015 Fun Run yesterday. The cold snap finally lifted to make the day perfect for winter riding. Volunteers had the trials in great shape, and two of our club sponsors stepped up to feed the masses. The Country Kitchen in Winchester whipped up a great breakfast […]
Looking for an opportunity to get outside and enjoy the snow? Join us for a winter ride! All around the OFATV clubs are hosting winter rides, so don’t let your ATV get lonely before spring. Here is a list of the rides that have been announced so far for the 2015 winter ATV season: http://www.northernontario.travel/atving/first-atv-rides-for-winter
A great story about the clubs annual Fall Rally was just posted online! Read the whole story at http://whataride247.com/nation-valley-atv-club-annual-fall-rally/ and stay tuned for the 3rd Annual Telus Nation Valley Ride for Dad on March 7th. Volunteers are already working hard to make sure it’s even bigger and better than last year.
Multiple groups of wardens were out on the trails today. Reports indicate that a good number of our members were out enjoying the trails as well. They fixed an unusually large number of signs that had been pulled on the east end of the loop. Trails are in excellent riding condition.
NVATVC wardens were present on all trails today. They report the trails are muddy, but passable. Trees fallen in the recent windstorms have been cleared.