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ATV Association of Manitoba Recent News

ATVMB 2016 Annual General Meeting
Posted on: Thursday January 14, 2016 - 2:39 pm CST

ATVMB is pleased to announce that this year's Annual General Meeting will take place on Saturday, March 19th, starting at 1:00 pm at Club Regent Casino. We will provide more information regarding guest speakers and agenda in the near future.


Happy New Year: A Newbie Perspective on Club Membership
Posted on: Friday January 8, 2016 - 1:17 pm CST

Happy New Year! The ATVMB board of directors had its first board meeting on January 7th, kicking off the new year and preparing for the upcoming prime riding season. For over 6 years, ATVMB has been working to help shape the future of ATV/ORV riding in the province of Manitoba and remains committed to the vision of a sustainable, managed trail system in Manitoba. With the upcoming opening of a new trail in southeast Manitoba co-managed by the Eastman ATV Association and the Woodridge Sand Hogs joining the existing Interlake Pioneer Trail managed half the year by the South Interlake ATV Club and the trails around Portage la Prairie managed by the Portage Off Road Vehicle Club that vision is becoming a solid reality.


Club membership brings people of similar interests and stripe together in an enjoyable way to enjoy the beautiful outdoors in Manitoba. Whether you're an individual, couple, family or just a group of friends looking for new friends sharing a common interest, join one of our clubs  


The future of ATV/ORV riding in Manitoba is taking shape, and we cannot express enough gratitude to our clubs for making it possible. To that end, Deb Nicol of the Eastman ATV Association submitted a story to Go Riding magazine: The Newbie Perspective on Club Memebership. We encourage you to give it a read and see for yourself the positive benefits that come with club membership far beyond supporting the future of our sport.


Portage Off Road Vehicle Club (PORVC) Forwarding the sport of ORVing!
Posted on: Thursday November 26, 2015 - 10:46 pm CST

ATVMB is beyond excited to share the news about two new shelters built in the Portage Sandhills by the Portage Off Road Vehicle Club (PORVC). PORVC, a valued member club of ATVMB was able to tap into grant funding by the National Trails Coalition (NTC) to help fund the project. ATVMB would like to extend its thanks not only to PORVC, but to all the businesses that provided support in the form of time, materials and dollars to help make these shelters a reality, helping to forward the goal of a managed trail system in Manitoba. Congratulations PORVC!


Read the article in the Portage Daily Graphic here:


ATVMB Strategic Plan 2015-2018 and New Mailing List
Posted on: Thursday November 12, 2015 - 1:05 pm CST

Earlier in 2015 the ATVMB Board of Directors participated in a strategic summary planning session. Through it, we identified some of our priorities as an organization to achieve for the time period of 2015 to 2018. The summary of that strategic plan can be found on our Downloads page. You can also download a copy by clicking here.


At our upcoming December board meeting, we're going to be discussing a few key items related to our strategic plan and will be communicating further regarding the outcome of those discussions.


Also, ATVMB has set up a new email-based mailing list which we will use in addition to our web and social media sites to communicate information. This list is not restricted to ATVMB members. You can subscribe to it on the left banner near the top of our website. Thank you in advance for your continued support!


Province To Designate Official ATV Trail in Southeast Manitoba
Posted on: Friday September 18, 2015 - 8:11 pm CDT

ATVMB is beyond excited to announce the upcoming designation of an official ATV trail in Southeast Meanitoba, to be managed by ATVMB affiliate clubs: Eastman ATV Association and Woodridge Sand Hogs. They join the ranks of the South Interlake ATV Club who have for years been managing the Interlake Pioneer Trail (IPT) that runs from Grosse Isle to Fisher Branch, and the Portage Off Road Vehicle Club who have a managed area near Portage la Prairie.


One of ATVMB's strategic goals is to establish official trails in Manitoba, and this is a huge step forward for the sport. ATVMB sends out huge thanks to all of its clubs for their continued dedication and ongoing efforts to develop trails in Manitoba.

Click here to read the article in The Carillon!


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