DGATV Autumn Ride (Sat. October 13, 2018)

Come Ride With Us!  Take time out to enjoy life, treasure the outdoors, be thankful for what you have, and share the bounty. Food bank donations are appreciated at this fall harvest ride and allow us to contribute to the local area.

Don’t forget to ask about DGATV swag. We have jackets, hats, shirts, stickers and more available to show your support for our club. Pre-pay on order.

When: Saturday, October 13, 2018 – 9:00am registration/10:00am ride

Where/Parking:  Shelburne parking lot (south off Highway 89 west of Shelburne behind Bird Fuels card lock, west of the rail trail (John St.))

Trail Route:  Primarily road, some public and private properties.

Participants: This ride is open to OFATV/EOTA members and non-members. A day pass for non-members cost $20. Memberships ($150) and day passes will be available for purchase.

Two-up riding is allowed, and side-by-sides will be accommodated.

For young operators, aged 12 to 16, the ATV should be sized appropriately for the child’s weight. The child must be accompanied by an adult on the trail. Legally, the child cannot ride on the road without a valid Ontario driver’s license (G2/M2). DGATV does not condone young operators riding on the roads.

Other: As with any ride, it is advisable to dress appropriately and have extra fuel, drinking water, snack, drinks, rain gear, bug spray, basic repair tools, bandaids, compass, map and cell phone on hand. Note that there may not be cell service in the area.

For more information or to get involved to make this event happen contact info@dgatv.ca or 519.266.3559.

See also:

Parking

Maps

FAQs


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Grey Highlands Fire Fighters Fundraiser (2018)

Dufferin Grey ATV Club was happy to team with the Grey Highlands Fire Fighters to raise funds to help purchase an emergency utility vehicle for use by the fire fighters on the trails.

It was a terrific day starting with the Community Pancake Breakfast at the Markdale Fire Hall followed by the ATV/side-by-side ride.  BBQ lunch was served by the Grey Highlands Fire Fighters.

Lottery tickets sold throughout the season culminated in the draw at the end of the ride.

DGATV was pleased to present Carter Franks of Dundalk with the $750 tire prize.  The prize was accepted by his Dad, Jeff.

Second prize, a Stihl leaf blower, was presented to Rhonda Broderick by DGATV Director and Events Coordinator, Jamie Thurman.

Third prize, dinner at Steven’s Restaurant, was awarded to Jim Houston.

Fourth prize, a night’s stay at the Walters Falls Inn and Spa, was won by Sarah Cripps.

Congratulations to all the winners!

Proceeds from the lottery and the ride will go toward buying and equipping the Fire Fighters’ emergency rescue utility vehicle.

Thank you to all who participated and/or donated.  We thank our VolunteersMembers, Land Owners, and Sponsors.  Y’all sure know how to put on a great event!

See also:

Community

Events

FAQs



 

Ride for Grey Highlands Fire Fighters (2018)

Grey Highland’s Fire Fighters’ and Dufferin Grey ATV Club are teaming up to raise funds to purchase a new emergency utility vehicle for the fire fighters.
Start the day with a Community Pancake Breakfast at the Markdale Fire Hall (8am to 10:30am) and then head over to the Markdale parking lot (205 Main St. West aka County Road 12 west) for a trail ride with your ATV or side-by-side.
Be sure to buy your $5 lottery ticket for your chance to win the funds for a new set of ATV/UTV tires!  All proceeds to the fire fighters.
See the attached poster for more information or contact our Event Coordinator at info@www.dgatv.ca or 519.266.3559.

See also:

Side-by-sides

FAQs



 

Ride for Dundalk Schools (2018)

Dufferin Grey ATV Club Directors Jamie Thurman and Pete LeMaitre presented cheques to Highpoint Community School and Dundalk & Proton Community School for use by their respective breakfast clubs.

Money raised at our first ride of the season on Saturday, May 26, 2018 ride was matched by DGATV so that each school could receive $330.

Jamie speaks for the Executive when she says “Our Riders have big hearts” and to all who donated, as well as our Members, Land Owners, Sponsors and Volunteers we say “Thank you”.

See also:

Community

Events

FAQs



 

DGATV Canada Day Ride (July 1, 2018)

Join us on this popular (albeit usually wet) Canada Day Ride!

Registration for the ride is 9am, with scheduled start at 10am.

Meet us at the Markdale parking lot.

Bring $10 for lunch at the Chatsworth Legion.

The trail route is a mix of public and private properties including the rail trail and some road running.

This ride is open to OFATV/EOTA members and non-members. A day pass for non-members cost $20. Memberships ($150) and day passes will be available for purchase.

Side-by-sides are welcome.

For young operators, aged 12 to 16, the ATV should be sized appropriately for the child’s weight. The child must be accompanied by an adult on the trail. Legally, the child cannot ride on the road without a valid Ontario driver’s license (G2/M2). DGATV does not condone young operators riding on the roads.

As with any ride, it is advisable to dress appropriately and have extra fuel, drinking water, snack, drinks, rain gear, bug spray, basic repair tools, bandaids, compass, map and cell phone on hand. Note that there may not be cell service in the area.  Prepare for it to be HOT & DUSTY if this weather keeps up.  Bring lots of water and face covering (goggles & bandanna or full helmet recommended).

We look forward to seeing you on the trail and hope you have a great ride!

See also:

Community

New Riders

FAQs



 

 

Walters Falls Tract Open (May 2018)

Happily Walters Falls Tract has been declared dry enough and safe enough to ride.

There is a fallen tree at the lower east access but the upper access (top of hill) is clear.

Side-by-sides are welcome and the tract is great for family riding.  Some of the trails are narrow and require some skill.

Picnic and portapotty facilities available courtesy of the club.  Please take care of this equipment, as members, we own it!

Ride with care.

See also:

Side by sides

FAQs