There will be a Christmas tree hunt on Sunday, November 22, at King Eddie launch. Meet at unloading area at 10:00 then off to bag a tree. Bring a lunch, we will have a fire, and dress warm.
After capturing the tree, it will be decorated at the club house. Everyone please come and enjoy setting up and decorating. Chili and buns will be served for supper at 5:00. Please RSVP by November 19th to [email protected] if you are coming for supper.
Saturday, November 26th
Vernon ATV Club Members and Family Welcome!
- Cocktails at 6:00pm
- Dinner at 6:30pm
At the Club House at 940 Pottery Road
RSVP by November 20th to [email protected]
- Turkey and Ham Dinner with all the trimmings, table wine, non-alcoholic drinks & door prizes provided by the club.
- 50/50 draw
- BYOB if you would like anything else to drink.
- Please bring non-perishable food items for the Food Bank.
- Bring a re-gift, new or gently used, wrapped for the Greedy Santa game!
Snow Day Ride – 10:00am Sunday, November 15
Leaving from the bottom of King Eddy Road at 10:00am on Sunday, November 15, going to explore and see how much snow is in the mountains. Could be hard going, so dress warm and in layers, in case pushing is involved.
This will be a slow, exploring style ride, will multiple stops and lots of chat
Bring a roasting lunch and fixins as we’ll have a campfire. Be prepared for all weather, forecast is for 60% chance of snow, or rain, or both.
7:00pm Saturday, September 26 – King Eddy Road
It’s almost full moon (more details below) so there should be plenty of light from above but we also have been talking about evening/night rides so it’s time to try it out. Dress warm and come prepared for riding in the dark.
We will depart from the bottom of King Eddy Road at 7:00pm Saturday, September 26 and will be back at the bottom approximately 9:30pm. This will be a leisurely ride on the usual trails from the bottom of King Eddy, not very fast as night riding ads a new element of difficulty.
Vernon ATV Club rides responsibly access Forest Service Roads and Crown Lands. All participants are reminded of their obligation to comply with the Off-Road Vehicle Act (Bill 13).
NOT RELATED TO THE RIDE, JUST FYI:
Supermoon is Sunday night at approximately 8:00pm our time, it is also a lunar eclipse, so a Supermoon Lunar Eclipse or “blood moon”. It is the first time in 30 years that the supermoon (full moon at its closest point of its earth orbit) and eclipse happen at the same time, the next will be in 2029.
Leaving from the bottom of King Eddy Road at 10:00am on Monday, September 7, this ride will take us down past Beaver Lake and Postill Lake. This is a longer ride so we won’t be back until 4-5:00pm.
Campfires are allowed again so bring your lunch fixins as we’ll have a campfire. Be prepared for all weather, forecast is for 40% chance of rain (as of Friday).
4:00pm BBQ, 6:30pm Ride, Saturday, June 20
Back for another year, this popular event starts with a BBQ at 940 Pottery Road at 4:00pm then heads to King Eddy Road for an evening ride while enjoying the late night sun, wrapping up at the bottom around 9:30pm. There may even be a night ride after the main ride ends if you’re a keener!
We need to know by 7:00pm Friday, June 19 if you’re coming to the BBQ, email [email protected] with your name and number of people.
Sorry fellas, this ride is just for the ladies. Starting at 1:00pm at the bottom of King Eddy Forest Service Road in Coldstream with a planned return to the bottom for 4:00pm. The ride speed and trails we ride will be decided by the ladies in attendance. We’d like to do a couple ladies only rides this year, so come out and meet other riders and provide your ideas for future rides.
Update – a great ride, 6 ladies in 3 side by sides and 1 atv went for a 3 1/2 hour ride at King Eddy. Check the club’s facebook page for photos and videos.
Come out early for a ride starting at 9:00am at the bottom of Noble Canyon Road in Lavington. We’ll explore trails around Bardolph Lake and Coldstream Creek Forest Service Road. Back down by 1:00pm so you can be home to enjoy your Sunday afternoon.
Come prepared for all kinds of weather (may be hot, may be rainy?), we’ll stop for a campfire so bring your lunch and camera.
This will be a slow to moderate pace ride, but we only go as fast as the slowest rider so come out and enjoy.