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RDOS Regional Trails Master Plan process recognizing summer-motorized recreation

Information is available at the RDOS Master Trail Planning page. Have your say by filling our their surveys

Of all respondents so far, 49% have been motorized! This is great news, showing our unity and committment to trails development.  Keep filling out those surveys.

Premier Christy Clark announced a BC 5 year tourism strategy last week

Premier Christy Clark announced a BC 5 year tourism strategy last week.

An important part of the strategy is to implement the currently dormant BC Trails Strategy. Quoting the attached government document release, "Implement A Trails Strategy for British Columbia” – an action plan for developing and maintaining a sustainable, world-renowned network of recreation trails for hikers, cyclists, equestrians, cross-country skiers, snowmobilers and summer motorized users."

Okanagan Mixed Use Trails under attack - Have your say!

Subject: RDOS - Trail users Survey

All riders, here is the RDOS Trail users survey for all to complete: http://cerg.ca/Pages/RDOS-Survey.html
Please note it is in two parts, a Regional survey (Answer once) and a Trail survey, answer about every trail you use.
 

Lots learned at 2011 NOHVCC Conference

The National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC) and the International Off-Highway Vehicle Administrators Association (INOHVAA) held their annual conferences in Minneapolis on September 21-25, 2011. Among those attending the joint conference were OHV program managers, public and private land managers, government officials, educators, trail equipment manufacturers and trail builders, OHV industry representatives, and OHV enthusiasts from across the United States and Canada.

Changes to Resource Road Act coming: need your input

Do you use B.C.’s resource roads for work, recreation, or do you live in or visit rural communities that use resource roads?

If so, help the Ministry of Forests, Lands & Natural Resource Operations serve you better by contributing to the Natural Resource Road Act Project (NRRA) to improve resource road laws and regulation for the benefit of all users.

Support your trails: 2012 BCORMA Platinum - Insured and Bronze Trail Passes are now available

BCORMA's 2012 Trail Passes are now available.  Cost is the same as last year, and make sure you will continue to have great places and trails to ride.  Keep "Little Johnny" riding.  Support your trails.

Get a 2012 Trail Pass today at our BCORMA Store or at your local BCORMA club event.

Squamish Ride School & Fun Ride Weekend - August 27th

Still spots left!  Pre-register to ensure yourself a spot and save time in the morning.

The up-coming weekend of August  27th is BCORMA & SDBA Rider School and Recreational Trail Ride weekend.

MCC INVITES CANADIANS TO EXPLORE CANADA'S NATIONAL TRAILS

Canada-Wide - June 1, 2011: The Motorcyclists Confederation of Canada (MCC) is pleased to support the celebration of International Trails Day in Canada, which is a perfect opportunity to explore the numerous trails throughout the country and support the local not-for-profit and community organizations that maintain them. MCC recognizes the leadership role of the provincial off-road motorcycling federations in educating riders and promoting safe and responsible trail riding.

BCORMA at Big-Top Powersports parking lot sale this Saturday May 28th

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<strong>BCORMA will be down at Big-Top Powersports in Chilliwack this Saturday. <a href="http://www.bigtoppowersports.com/map_hours.asp">(see map)</a> Stop by for a visit.</strong></p>
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<strong>Look for the big trail kiosk.&nbsp; We will be there with maps, trail passes, and a bunch of us to answer your questions.</strong></p>

Williams Lake Dirty Knobby Weekend coming up

Williams Lake Dirty Knobby Fun Ride Weekend  for the whole family coming up May/28-29th

The Dirty Knobby Weekend is a Family weekend featuring tonnes of events to keep kids to Masters happy.

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