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Central Ontario ATV Club is working with QuadTraining.ca to offer our riders the opportunity to partake in a CASI ATV Rider Safety Training course on July 25th, 2021. The course will be held on at JT Powersports in New Lowel. Everyone will gain from taking this...
Club meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month 7PM usually held at the COATV Club House at 1888 Klondike Park Road, Wasaga Beach.
Oct 6 @7:00pm in-person at the Clubhouse.
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5 days ago by Central Ontario ATV ClubLOGGING OPERATIONS IN PROGRESS.
PLEASE RESPECT SIGNAGE AND STAY OUT OF THE AREAS Hendrie Forest, we have closed a small section of trail 16, there is easy bypass options.
They are also logging in Orr Lake forest. However, that shouldn't affect our trails as it's on the east side of 93 and don't have trails on that side.
1 week ago by Central Ontario ATV ClubPlease be aware:
Terra Nova Enduro is this Sunday October 17th and there will be a lot of motorcycles in the Simcoe County Forests in the south west area. (Brentwood, Hogback, Wallwin, Modrits, etc...)
Might be best to stay out of that area for the day. Thanks and be safe.
2 weeks ago by Central Ontario ATV ClubDid you just buy your first ATV this year or about to pick one up from the dealer? For all new riders and young riders, we strongly advised that you look at taking the CASI Training course to help you understand not only your machine but safety on the trails. Below is a link to a course that still has open spots. Please contact them if you are interested in attending. #safetyfirst #CASIATVRidersafety #youradventureawaits #experiencesimcoecounty #Coatv
6 weeks ago by Central Ontario ATV ClubIf you have not started your rides from the Clubhouse in Wasaga you may have missed all the work that has been done this summer. Our Volunteers are amazing in what they have accomplished so far and they still are not done.
It started off with just Staining the Clubhouse and fixing the eaves trough and stairs at the back (Thank you James Goodreau) Then there was talk we need a bigger storage area and voila we were able to get a container (Thank you Danny MacDonald and Wasaga Beach to make this happen). Then we need to set it in place (Thank you, Willy Freeman, for getting the ground ready and greeting the delivery guy not once but twice. Then we had a bunch of great volunteers who showed up before the container arrived and empty the old shed into the clubhouse. (Thank you Alain Pominville, Lecrec Aon Owen, Kevin Fletcher, Dave Blake, Dave Reynolds and Bruce Carter)
Now that we had the container in place, we needed to get a door cut into it container (Thank you Willy Freeman and James Goodreau for pulling this all together, and Teresa S Vincent for coming out to give a hand ).
The next step in the process was to get paint to match the clubhouse and get it painted. (Thank you, James Goodreau and Danny MacDonald giving us that professional look )
Well if you have a container you need electricity to see what is in there (Thank you Willy Freeman and D.B. Electrical for giving us light) and then the enclosure between Club House and container, had to have some thought process and planning go into to ensure all-weather factors were taken in consideration and then the construction started (Thank you, Willy Freeman, James Goodreau and Alain Pominville )
We still have more staining to do and we also have to put all the supplies back into the container. (Thank you Alain Pominville, Bruce Carter, James Goodreau, Dave Reynolds who have started on this next step) (I am sorry if I have missed anyone, there were so many hands along the way,)
As you can see this was a team effort from our amazing volunteers. I do not believe when saying that there are over 225 hours put into this project so far is not far-fetched.
I am sure when we sit down to add it up when all said and done, we will find that we will be getting closer to the 300 hours mark of volunteer time put into this project.
Thank you to all that have helped to make it happen. But a special thanks goes out to James Goodreau and Willy Freeman who both have put in the hours and taken the lead on the project. Great job