Longest Day of the Year BBQ and Ride Thank You A big thank you to Dennis Teale for hosting us, Clint Ingham for organizing the food, and to all that helped set up, prepare and clean up. The food was great and the company even better! Other than a bit more bush whacking than anticipated, the ride was enjoyed by all and everyone returned safely. Thanks to everyone that came out, hope to see you on the next adventure.
Saturday, June 21, 2014
5:00pm – BBQ at 940 Pottery Road
7:00pm – Ride departs King Eddy FSR
A club favourite event to take advantage of the daylight on the longest day of the year.
The BBQ gets underway at 5:00pm at the clubhouse at 940 Pottery Road. “Free” There is no cost per person for burgers, chips and drinks – you must RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00pm Friday, June 20 to attend.
The ride at King Eddy will get rolling at 7:00pm and will take in as many trails and vistas as possible before returning to the vehicles at around 10:00pm, still with enough daylight to load and be safely on your way home.
May 28 – 7:00 pm at the club house, 940 Pottery Road.
We are holding a regular meeting for all members to discuss rides and events for the 2014 season. There will be ATV BC Raffle tickets available to purchase, check it out as there are lots of prizes this year!
Please attend this meeting as a lack of attendance may result in no events being held due to lack of interest.
Ride location :
Is just over 8 KM from the exchange between Hwy 1 to Cache Creek ad the Coquihalla Hwy heading west towards Cache Creek. Turn left on to Green stone Rd. Head up just over 2 KM and then turn right on to dairy Lake Foresty Rd. Pendleton Creek foresty site is another 1.5 KM on the left side of the road. This is the staging area and campsite.
Are available through any of the quad dealers in town or at the ride Sunday morning. $25 per machine which includes the driver, second rider or dinner guest is an additional $5.
Sign up at 9:00 am. The ride starts at 10 am. The ride is roughly 65 KM of all different levels. It’s at least a level 3 and there are lots of experienced riders if you don’t feel comfortable at any point they will help.
Coffee and donuts are supplied by Tim Hortons in the morning and we supply burgers, hot dogs, ships, pop etc after the ride.
Auction items are available to bid on. All monies raised is going to the Kamloops Therapeutic Riding Association. If your camping you can meet some of these kids as we take them for a ride on Saturday.
is available with out-house, open chuck wagon style camping. Fire allowed as long as there are no bans. Community fire pit for everyone. Camping cost is $10.00 a night with all monies going to trail maintenance.