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Welcome to Quads.ca, British Columbia's online ATV and SxS community.
If your club, group, or business has an upcoming event, you can list it here by sending a PM to Greg with the details.
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Please read our FAQ (frequently-asked questions), which will tell you everything you need to know about the site and about participating in the discussion forums.
Log in to the Discussion Forums to plan or join trips, ask questions, buy and sell ATVs and equipment, share experiences with other readers, and find new friends to ride with. Don't be shy! We're a pretty friendly bunch.
Check out our Resource Directory, where you'll find links and descriptions of businesses and organizations involved in the ATV industry and related industries. Not just another links page!
Wondering where to ride? Our Ride Guide has an ever-expanding list of trails, complete with descriptions, difficulty ratings, and directions to the trailhead.
Join the Quads.ca gang in ShopTalk, our live ATV chat room. Once you're logged in, just click on the Chat link at the top of any forum page.
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ATV Scam Alert!
Our resident Scam Busters continue to find scam artists advertising ATVs they don't actually own in local and international online publications. Learn how the scams work and protect yourself from fraud! Read more
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Quads.ca supports tourism in British Columbia. If you wish to ride all-terrain vehicles during your visit, there are a number of companies throughout BC who offer ATV rentals, guided tours, resort accomodations, and cabin rentals. Our Resource Directory contains a listing of these companies, complete with a description, location, and link to their website. There are also many Forestry, private, and wilderness campsites available in most areas of our province, and if you post a note in the regional or club forums, local members will be happy to assist you.
Help keep our trails open!
We're all constantly finding more trails being closed to motorized recreation. Do your part to help keep our trails open for future generations.
Please ride responsibly. Show courtesy to other trail users. Stay on the trail. Pack out your garbage. Don't drink and ride.
Use a quiet pipe! Many trails are closed down because nearby residents don't like hearing noise from pipes. Don't buy a pipe that exceeds 92db. Less sound = more ground.
Get involved! Write letters, attend council and board meetings, and voice your support for motorized recreation. If not you, then who? Gang Green would love for you to do nothing.
Currently featured is Princeton Ground SAR's track-equipped Polaris Ranger Crew Diesel, "UTV1". Photo by MercMan.
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ATV, SxS, and dirtbike riding from the 2013 season. Video by atvjunkie.
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The 7th-Annual Quads.ca Christmas Toy Drive
November 10/13 - Our 2013 Toy Drive at Gill Road, in support of the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau.
Walian Trail Re-opening
October 26/13 - SWATT sets out to re-open a trail that was closed two years ago, by a logging company that pulled down the hillside.
The 8th-Annual Quads.ca Lower Mainland Trail Clean-Up
September 21/13 - Members of Quads.ca and CanadianGunNutz.com clean up trash from trails.
2013 Trip to the Kootenays
August /13 - Glenlivet and some friends ride some high-elevation trails in the Kootenays.
Columbia National Wildlife Area: Wilmer Unit Fencing Project
Posted December 4/13 - Information from Environment Canada regarding the Wilmer unit of the Columbia National Wildlife Area (Kootenays).
Repairing the Wicked Bilt Electra-Steer Module
Posted March 9/13 - If your Wicked Bilt Electra-Steer computer module has failed out of warranty, you may be able to repair it yourself.
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