About Us

Our goal is to promote ATVing with safety and environmental stewardship in mind throughout the Peace Region.

     Q & A

 

Q: How much does it cost to join?

A: Your memberships is valid for one year from the date of purchase. Memberships with the Moose Club are $60 for single person and includes a membership with our Provincial Association, ATVBC. All our membership pricing and information can be found under the "memberships" tab on the main menu bar, and include addtional pricing for secondary members as well as family rates.

 

Q: Can anyone join?

A: Yes, you do not have to be a resident of Fort St John. We welcome riders from across the province!

 

Q: When do you meet?

A: The Moose Club meets on the second Wednesday of each month in Room #100 at the Northern Lights College (UNBC) 7:00PM. Feel free to come a few minutes early to chat about local riding/tips/gear or whatever your topic of discussion.

 

Q: What benefits are in it for me.
A: As with any club, membership is what you make of it. While there are some small benefits arising thru discounts and offers, the main benefit is the interaction and social gatherings that take place thru-out the year.

 

Q: How often are you going to ask me to volunteer?
A: We respect that everyone has work shifts and family, and do not hound people to help out. If you want to volunteer, we greatly appreciate the help, and respect any time you may choose to give, whether it be 1 hr or 100.

 

Q: Do you have maps of the local riding areas?
A: New maps released Spring 2013 will be available at local dealers and local retail stores.

 

Q: How does the Moose Club raise money for its events?
A: The Moose Club does several fund raising projects each year, and applies for Grants for Special Projects.

 

Q: If I am not from the area but wish to find information on trails and such, where can I find this?
A: Our local web-site has some of the information posted to it thru use of the "Map Room" page. (Must register to view) Some members of the club have GPS tracks of certain trails as well, and they do not mind sharing and can be contacted thru the club. A person can also call the club directly at (250) 787 7795 during the hours of 8:00AM to 9:00PM. You can also visit the club Forum and ask for info there.

 

Q: I need to find information on Canadian Safety Council Training, Can the Moose help?
A: The Moose Club has two Safety Instructors as part of it's club membership, and knows of several others in the area. Instructor information across the Province can also be found atwww.atvbc.com/safety or by calling 1-866-766-7823. Please check out our web page on Canadian Safety Council Quad Course.

 

Q: Can I be notified of an up-coming ride that I can tag along on?
A: The Moose Atv Club has an e-mail distribution list that describes who, what, where, when on rides that the Moose ATV Club will be hosting, or one that we have been requested to share by our club members. To join this mailing list, please send an e-mail to us at our email address with your request to be added. You can also check out the front page of the website for upcoming events and rides, we endeavour to keep our members up to date with what's happening by posting on the forum board as well for events happening throughout the year.

 

Q: Are there any conditions to joining the Moose Club on a club ride?
A: Yes there are. These are pretty simple ones though. First, No Alcohol is allowed on the ride. Second, Helmets MUST be warn while ride is under-way (not during rest stops though) and third, riders must ride in such a manner that no one else is put at risk by their actions.

 

Q: How often is there a guided ride?
A: The Moose Atv Club will be trying to host a minimum of two rides per month to different areas of the Peace. These could range from as far away south as Chetwynd area, and go as far north as Christina falls west of Wonowon on the Alaska Hwy. It is up to you as to if you would like to join each ride, and you assume all costs of riding that day, as well as transportation requirements for you and your family members.

Promoting recreational trail riding in the peace region

Promoting safety and environmental stewardship

Working with other local and regional user groups

Working with government to create and protect new and existing trails 

Moose Atv Club

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