Inconsiderate riders have resulted in loss of trail.

The landowner contacted us, annoyed at all riders — members or otherwise.

Pay attention:

First, there is a zero-tolerance for alcohol on the trail.  The rules of the trail are the same as the rules of the road.  No alcohol.  You risk your driver’s licence, your insurance, your life and the lives of other people.

Second, there is no reason to leave a mess like this.  If you pack it in, pack it out.

Finally, if you see a mess like this then think about the landowner.  Pack it out yourself or contact us at 519.266.3559 / info@dgatv.ca to have our Volunteers do the clean-up.  If we all want to ride then we all have a responsibility to keep the trail in good condition.

In this case, DGATV’s Executive are apologizing to the landowner and we hope we can make amends.  If not, part of the trail we are working to build has been lost.

Hopefully DGATV’s Executive members do not lose heart in the process.

Hopefully other landowners aren’t dissuaded by the inconsideration of a few bad apples.

Thoughtlessness like this causes more damage to recreational ATVing than you know.