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ATVMB Supports Manitoba ATV Ride For Dad
Posted on: Wednesday September 3, 2014 - 7:15 pm CDT
ATVMB is pleased to be a supporter of the Manitoba ATV Ride For Dad event happening on September 13th. For more details on the event, please visit their page on the national Prostate Cancer Fight Foundation.
ATVMB Addresses ATV Safety
Posted on: Thursday July 17, 2014 - 10:44 am CDT
In an article published by the Winnipeg Free Press, ATVMB president Donald Eidse comments on the need and challenges of mandatory ATV safety training in light of concerns regarding ATV accidents.
ATV Bans to Protect Endangered Birds
Posted on: Saturday June 21, 2014 - 10:20 am CDT
As responsible ATV enthusiasts, it is not only our responsibility to protect the environment, but also the species that live in it. This situation also clearly reinforces the need of a provincial trail system. Please read the above article and ensure you respect the bans put in place to protect this endangered bird. And as always: ride smart, ride safe!
We are extremely pleased to announce that in conjunction between Manitoba Convervation and the All-Terrain Vehicle Association of Manitoba (ATVMB), the proposal for a Pilot Trail System in the Woodridge and surrounding area has been approved! This is a significant step forward for the establishment of a province-wide trail system. Please see the attached media release for more information!
Trails Manitoba is currently seeking the services of a consultant to coordinate the completion of the Border to Beaches Project. The Border to Beachers Trail is a 370 km long segment of the Trans Canada Trail (TCT), stretching from the Ontario border to Grand Beach Provincial Park.
Please see the attached document from Trails Manitoba for more information.
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