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So far KATVA has created 10 blog entries.

KATVA Was There

Attendance at various consumer shows and retail locations resulted in significant exposure for the Kawartha ATV Association and the ATV sport in general. The association and its members participate in these to raise the club’s profile and promote the amazing network of trails in Kawartha Lakes. Also, this presence allows the club to be recognized

New Projects Bring New Partnerships

Trail Signage in Somerville Forest

New discussions are in play with the City of Kawartha Lakes Parks and Recreation to assist in way-finding in the municipally owned Somerville Forest. The request is to assist by installing directional and way-finding signage, for the benefit of all users touring the trails off the Victoria Rail Trail.

Plans for

Annual National AQCC Conference held in Newfoundland

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Annual National AQCC Conference held in Newfoundland

AQCC Conference held in September in St John’s, Newfoundland was attended by two representatives from each province. Carolyn Richards, President of the Kawartha ATV Association and Bruce Murphy, President of the Ontario Federation of All Terrain Vehicle Clubs were honoured to

Trail Maintenance Made Easier

Trail Maintenance Made Easier

It is very likely you will come across KATVA’s new Trail Maintenance and Safety Vehicle, especially if your adventure takes you to the Five Points trail system. Our UTV was purchased earlier this year with sponsor support from both Yamaha and McGregor Sportsline. This multi-purpose vehicle has been generously equipped for trail

KATVA Members Give Back

For the second year running, the KATVA has joined with OF4WD and Twin Mountains Snowmobile Club to participate in the “ATV and OF4WD Ride” in support of the annual Kinsmen Toy Drive. This year the ride was held on Saturday September 13 at Twin Mountains Snowmobile Club on Bass Lake Road north of Bobcaygeon.

Paul MacPherson,

We’re Making a Difference

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We’re Making a Difference

KATVA started as a small club in 1998 and is now the largest single ATV club in Ontario. With more than 900 members the club has grown in numbers and in impact on the sport.

Industry Impacts

Our club Vice-President, Carolyn Richards and

Welcome Riders

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Welcome Riders

We plan rides for members, guests, and visitors that appeal to beginner, intermediate, and expert rider skill-sets. If you are new to KATVA and have not participated in one of our organized rides, we invite you to join in the challenges and fun.

Donation of ATV for Rail Trail Patrol

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The City of Kawartha Lakes Municipal Law Enforcement Office is pleased to announce the generous donation from the Kawartha ATV Association (KATVA) of an ATV for the use by Municipal Law Enforcement Officers to patrol the Victoria Rail Trail. Another ATV was recently purchased providing two machines

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Lindsay Road Route – Update

It’s back to the drawing board folks, By a vote of 10 to 7, a majority of councillors voted that “NO ATV route through the streets of Lindsay be approved at this time.”

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