Elkford ATV Club

ATV/BC LogoThe Elkford ATV club represents about 100 members and is the only ATV/BC affiliated club in the Elk Valley.

We are a responsible group of motorized environmentalists who care a great deal about wildlife and habitat, and we understand better than anyone what a wonderful place we live and work and recreate in.

Membership renewals are due June 1, expiring May 31.

  • $50 for the first member in a family  $10.00 is for our club.
  • $30 for spouse                                 $5.00 is for our club
  • $90 for a whole family including kids

Meetings

Meetings are held year-round except Dec, Jan and Feb.

Contact Us

Post: P.O. Box 699, Elkford, BC V0B 1H0

atv@elkfordtrails.com

President Murray Haight (250) 865-7227
Vice President David Galloway (250) 865-2363
Treasurer Gordon Galloway  
Recording Secretary Les Cebryk  
Membership

Phill Taylor

(250) 425-0776
Director - Fernie Dan Rotella (250) 423-3433
Director - Technology Peter Cunningham (250) 865-2690
Director - PR Ray Leqesque  

Why Join?

TOP 10 REASONS TO JOIN YOUR LOCAL ATV CLUB

  1. Meet new people with similar interests
  2. Protect and ensure your right to ride in the Elk Valley and area
  3. Ensure that future generations of people will have the opportunity to enjoy what we do now
  4. Strength in numbers when dealing with the various government agencies and special interest groups
  5. Elkford ATV Club offers Canada Safety Council Safe Riders course
  6. Club is insured for liability for group club events through ATV/BC
  7. All members are eligible to attend the Provincial Annual General Meeting and Jamboree
  8. Save money on insurance rates through ATV/BC's affiliated Oasis Insurance program
  9. Protect the environment and ride responsibly
  10. We need your creativity and input; what do you want your club to be?


How does being a member of an ATV club save you money on insurance?

Conservation officers have been checking ATV's being used on Forest Service Roads. Legislation requires that people register their off-highway vehicles and carry liability insurance. The Act also requires that operators have a valid driver's license held by the operator. There is a fine associated with the violation, many people have been fined recently for non-compliance.