Trail Passes can be obtained from Babin’s Service Center, Jeantie’s Mini Mart, Tina Kinslow or at one of the club’s events. Please remember to have your plate number and the make, model and year of your bike.
If you are a member and are not getting the information emails sent by the club, contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your email address so it can be added to the mailing list.
All of our members and associate members will adhere to the highest standards of ethical practices. We are proud to have them as members of the Isle Madame ATV Rider’s Association.
Our Club History
People interested in improving the image of ATV Riders founded this club in 1996, to provide a focus for ATV related activities. We are an incorporated, non-profit society registered under the Provincial Societies Act. We are also affiliated with the All Terrain Vehicle Association of Nova Scotia, ATVANS.
Events require a lot of planning and the combined efforts of many volunteers.
We are constantly doing trail maintenance and new trail development. You may not be aware that the club owns various pieces of equipment that can be used for trail maintenance. Contact Brent Kinslow if you would like more information.
The trail system improvements and various activities hosted by our ATV club would not be possible without the time and effort of dedicated volunteers.
If you would like to help in any way possible, contact any member of the Board of Directors.
Are you a youth who enjoys biking and the trails around our island? If so, why not join our youth group! Get your ideas heard and help with our trails and club activities.