The Mission

ATVMB provides leadership and support to the ATV community in Manitoba

The Vision

To provide Manitoba ORV riders access to a trail system that is safe, sustainable and environmentally conscious, resulting in an enhanced riding experience.

ATV Association of Manitoba Recent News

ATVMB 2020 Virtual Annual General Meeting
Posted on: Monday August 17, 2020 - 11:36 am CDT

The ATVMB Annual General Meeting was originally planned for April of 2020, however, was postponed due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. We are now hosting a virtual AGM on September 17th at 7 p.m. using the Zoom platform. All ATVMB club members are invited to attend. The meeting agenda is attached and ATVMB club presidents have received other pertinent meeting documents by email for distribution to members.


RidersWest Interview with ATVMB Executive Director
Posted on: Thursday July 2, 2020 - 12:14 pm CDT

RidersWest had a chance to talk shop with ATVMB Executive Director, Kim Wozniak, about the impact not just to us, but more importantly to our clubs over the past few months. Have a read!




ATV Safety Week
Posted on: Monday June 8, 2020 - 1:32 pm CDT

As ATV Safety Week continues, ATVMB and the RM of Piney present a short video on respecting property. ATV Safety comes in all forms, and respecting property is part of it. Driving responsibly will cause less impact on the environment which in turns keeps the trail in better condition for all users. In addition, riding on designated, maintained trails is safer than riding on unfamiliar ground. Ride responsibly, stay safe!



ATV Safety Week - June 7-13
Posted on: Friday June 5, 2020 - 2:19 pm CDT

It's ATV Safety Week starting this Sunday, June 7th! As the country starts to open back up not only is it important to stay safe off the trails, but on them as well! There are many ways you can ensure your ride is smooth and uneventful. Check your machine, pack proper supplies, ride to the terrain, don't take chances... all of these and more will make for a more enjoyable ATV experience. One of the ways you can ensure you stay safe is by respecting the environment, particularly with regards to fire hazards, riding when conditions are dry and ensuring your machine is clear of debris, especially around the exhaust. DON'T BE A SILLY STEW! ATVMB and the RM of Piney present once again a short video regarding Environmental Risk.



ATVMB Statement - COVID-19
Posted on: Monday March 23, 2020 - 1:28 pm CDT

The current global health situation involving the coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting us all and we want to take this moment to discuss this from ATVMB’s perspective. 


First, based on current information and recommendations by the medical community, ATVMB unanimously decided that it will be postponing its Annual General Meeting and after-meeting ride that was scheduled for April 18th. A new date is yet to be determined.


Second, and more importantly to the riders, we recognize that there is uncertainty as to how this affects us all as riding season approaches. While ATVMB encourages enthusiasts to enjoy the beautiful Manitoba outdoors we first - and more importantly - encourage people to stay safe, on and off the trails. The situation with COVID-19 is evolving and changing rapidly and it is unknown at this time how long measures will be in place to keep people safe. We ask all enthusiasts to keep this in mind and strongly recommend adhering to the recommendations outlined by the medical community when making decisions on whether or not they head out on the trails. At this time those recommendations include:


  • avoiding gatherings,
  • practicing social distancing,
  • self-isolating,
  • engaging in enhanced personal cleanliness, most notably regarding hand hygiene,
  • if you feel sick or have any of the symptoms identified by the health community - stay at home.


Practicing these prevention measures is the best way to win the fight against COVID-19.


For more information and additional resources related to COVID-19, visit the Government of Manitoba's website:


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