ThINK SAFE. RIDE SAFE. BE SAFE.

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Rider Safety and Training

Our primary focus is to promote the safe operation of ATVs and SXSs. Think Safe. Ride Safe. Be Safe.

ENVIRONMENTALLY CONSCIOUS

We love to ride and we know it’s only made possible by the countless landowners who allow us access to their property. We take every possible precaution to ensure that we are not damaging, or polluting, the land we rely on. Signs are posted all along the trails to remind riders that it’s a privilege – not a right –  to ride our trails.

EXPANDING OUR TRAILS

Our vision is to have ATV trails reach from tip to tip of our beautiful Island. We currently have 9 clubs working hard to make this happen. Each club is recognized by the PEI ATV Federation and we are adding clubs frequently.

ABOUT THE ATV FEDERATION

The PEI ATV Federation is comprised of 8 active clubs on PEI. We work closely with each club and landowners to promote rider safety, OHV (Off-Highway Vehicle) laws, trail expansion and maintenance.

We appreciate landowners’ contribution to building a safe trail for our members. In providing land for the development of trails, they are helping us develop a designated area for riders to pass safely through their land. This encourages only approved members to be on their property and discourages unlawful trespassers.

The ATV Federation also provides 5 Million Dollar liability insurance to our landowners.

To operate an OHV (Off-Highway Vehicle) other than a snowmobile or dirt bike, the driver must be at least 14 years of age. If the driver is between 14 and 19 years of age, they must have completed an OHV Safety Training course.

TRAIL PASSES

The $80.00 purchase of a PEI ATV Federation Membership helps the local ATV club of your choice purchase new trail signs, build bridges, help cover the costs of clearing new trails and most importantly maintain the existing trails to ensure years of enjoyment for our community. Additionally, the Federation portion goes directly to covering the $5,000,000 insurance policy that we put on all out property owners’ land that our trails system runs through.

There are many additional benefits to owning a Trail Pass. Click below to learn more.

TRAIL ETIQUETTE

Being aware of proper trail etiquette can make or break your or someone else’s riding experience. Although trail etiquette is synonymous with common courtesy it isn’t always common sense among the masses.  With more ATVers across PEI, knowing the ins and outs of what good trail etiquette looks like is super important for maintaining a positive atmosphere and image of ATV riders on the trails.

For more information on trail etiquette, click learn more.

 

The CQC is the national voice of Canada’s All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) and Recreational Off-Highway Vehicle (ROV) community. They are the rider federation dedicated to improving the sport of All-Terrain Vehicle/Quad Riding across Canada. The PEI ATV Federation is proud to work alongside the CQC which benefits riders from all provinces.

ATV/QUAD SAFETY WEEK
2024: TBD

VISION

To have environmentally sustainable, safety-minded ATV/ROV activities accepted and embraced nationwide.

MISSION

As the national voice of Canada’s ATV & ROV community, the CQC serves as an educational and policy resource for its members, the federal government and the public with the objective of encouraging safe and responsible use.

MANDATE

The CQC exists for, and at the pleasure of, member federations and associations across Canada to facilitate knowledge transfer; the sharing of best practices; deliver targeted programming; foster the growth of stronger rider federations, and lend weight and focus to member advocacy efforts.

VISION

To have environmentally sustainable, safety-minded ATV/ROV activities accepted and embraced nationwide.

MISSION

As the national voice of Canada’s ATV & ROV community, the CQC serves as an educational and policy resource for its members, the federal government and the public with the objective of encouraging safe and responsible use.

MANDATE

The CQC exists for, and at the pleasure of, member federations and associations across Canada to facilitate knowledge transfer; the sharing of best practices; deliver targeted programming; foster the growth of stronger rider federations, and lend weight and focus to member advocacy efforts.