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Its 2018 and BCORMA has lots on the go!

Its 2018 and BCORMA has lots on the go! Biggest is getting the BC ORV Trails Fund operational in 2018. ORV Trails Fund was set up by the Government at our request to get some of your registration dollars back to trails.

2018 Vancouver Motorcycle Show Friday Jan/19th to Sunday Jan/21st - come visit us at our booth and talk where to ride - Great Trails BC, getting trained up - MSF DirtBike School, the ORV Trails Fund to contining to build and maintain PowerSports trails across BC.

BC OHV Back-Country Bans rescinded - Update Sept 20, 2017

BC Fire Back-Country Restriction and Bans listing - Update

Update Friday August 04, 2017 - Back-Country is closed to OHV across the Cariboo, Kamloops, and South-East Fire Centre Region

See: http://bcfireinfo.for.gov.bc.ca/hprScripts/wildfirenews/DisplayArticle.asp?ID=2834

 

Here is the url for Provincial fire restrictions and bans: http://bcfireinfo.for.gov.bc.ca/hprScripts/WildfireNews/Bans.asp

Red Bull Rocks & Logs June 24-25, 2017 at the Wild Rose MX Track in Calgary, AB

From Red Bull Canada
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Hello,

I hope you’re all having an exciting spring season!

I wanted to make sure you’ve all heard that registration is open for this year’s Red Bull Rocks & Logs June 24-25, 2017 at the Wild Rose MX Track in Calgary, AB.

Spots are filling up quickly in all 10 classes – be sure to get your club members signed up asap

MoT Road Closures and trail use reminders from BC Govt for May Long Weekend

Here is an e-mail that I received from the Ministry of Transportation, giving an update on the Greenstone Road.

Can you please forward to ALL members.

Also, please note that the Durand (off Tunkwa) is still closed.  I haven’t heard otherwise, so we are making the assumption that the Domenic cut off is still snowed in or far too wet to use.  So it appears for the first time, that I know of, the Duffy/Greenstone area is closed to campers and ORV users this weekend.

RSTBC Recreation Officer recommends Greenstone/Diffy/Inks trails not be ridden until dry out

From RSTBC Recreation Officer Noelle Kekula:

With the recent rain/snow melt issues there are concerns of additional damage to the trail system and a chance of more wash outs, therefore, I am recommending that all ORV trails not be ridden on until soils begin to dry out.

I’m unsure of what the soil conditions are in the Greenstone/Duffy/Inks area, but if riding continues this will create additional rutting and accelerate erosion, which will cause unnecessary damage to the trial network. This will require much restoration (money) when the soils have dried out.

Thanks

Noelle Kekula

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