ATVing at it's Best


In December of 2011 one of our founding members,  Norm Boulanger, passed away peacefully from Cancer.  He will be greatly missed by all.  Rest in Peace Norm.

Our Club was started in 2000 by Norm Boulanger, Walter Levick and Beverley Felske.

At first it was a newsletter asking people to come and ride with us.

The original concept, was to be a chatty report sharing news of the rides which various peoples participated in on their quads. Norm had spoken with Bev Felske about the idea and she actively supported the premise, and thought that it should be expanded to some of the Green Lake people. The first newsletter was 18 copies, now, we have 80 copies of the newsletter.

We started this club with the idea of working with people who live in the South Cariboo mainly Sheridan Lake and Green Lake, as we grew Deka Lake residents learned about us and joined to make us a truly South Cariboo Club.

ATV/BC was natural outgrowth of the thinking which originally started with the Quad Squad. A few other clubs were beginning to organize, trails were being threatened and we thought that it was time for a provincial organization to help strengthen the individual clubs, Bob Orr in Prince  George and Ron LaRoy in Revelstoke felt much the same way and that was the birth of ATV/BC.

We now have members from Washington State, the Lower Mainland and the local areas all around 100 mile house.

Our main reason for having a club is to have fun, safe rides and to protect our trails, by keeping them open for all ATVers.