Eastman ATV Ride for Mom

Halfway Point

The Ride

  • Saturday June 3, 2017
    • Registration  9:00 – 11:00 am
    • The ride starts at 9:00 and you will ride with your own group at your own pace and start time. The last group should be on the trail by no later than 11:30 am.
  • Eastman ATV Staging Area
  • Includes Breakfast, Lunch and chance to win a Door Prize
  • 50/50 Draw and Silent Auction Prizes
  • Rain or Shine
  • Register Online or day of the event (if spots are available)
  • Limited to 500 Machines
  •  Costs:
    • Registration is $40.00 per machine – that covers the riders breakfast and trail lunch. This also gets your name entered for a chance to win a great door prize.
    • Registration is $10.00 for additional riders – that covers the additional riders breakfast and trail lunch.

Our Sponsors

Adventure Power Products

Extreme

Winnipeg Sports and Leisure

Headingley Sports

Cabelas

Centennial Gravel

Winnipeg Goldeyes

Harwood

Wintec

Rhyme or Reason Cafe

Original Pancake House

Investors Group

Maple Leaf

Old Dutch

Canadian Tire

Laid Back Hydro

McDonalds

West End Tire

Stars

Enns Brothers

Stead Ranch Steak House

Rock Garden Campground

Winston’s General Store

Prairie Mobile


Prairie Mobile

Winston’s General Store

Vaccuum Depot

Golf Park Resort

Southdale Village Family Restaurant

Nemeth Diamonds

Harv’s Air

Birds Hill Park Ranch

Moe’s Sewage Service

South-East Veterinary Clinic

Affordable Bins

The Olde Spaghetti Factory

Vintage Lodge

Frantz Inn

Sweet Life

Enns Brothers

NAPA

Manitoba Pork

Tentation Tent Rental

GoldnMemories

Canad Inns

Rhino Winnipeg

Chez Cora

Safety Services Manitoba

South East Pallet

Tony Romas

Lions Clubs

Smittys

Headingley Sports

Winnipeg Sports and Leisure

Extreme

Adventure Power Products

The Trail

Get to know a new trail, approximately 90 km long in the beautiful Sandilands area, Eastman ATV Members and a great bunch of Outdoor Enthusiasts!

The new trail is proudly introduced, signed and maintained by Eastman ATV members.  This trail is the first of its kind built on Crown Land, in the beautiful Richer/Sandilands area and is sure to impress!  Come and join in a family oriented event.

Riding for a Cause – Breast Cancer

Eastman ATV is proud to support CancerCare Manitoba Foundation with breast cancer research.  Your generous donations to CancerCare Manitoba Foundation help patients and their families dealing with a cancer diagnosis.  All funds raised by CancerCare Manitoba Foundation stay in Manitoba and more than $104 million has been generated since 2000 for patient care, support and research. Together we can make a difference!

You can donate to CancerCare Manitoba foundation when you register or on our CancerCare Manitoba Foundation Page.  This is a good cause and you don’t need to register to give.  If you wish to collect pledges from your friends and family Click Here to Download your Pledge Form

FAQ

Q) Where is Eastman ATV Staging Area?

Q) When does registration begin?
A) February 1, 2017, Registration opens to members of Eastman ATV Association and on February 15, 2017, Registration opens to general public

Q) There are two of us on one machine, do we both need to register and pay the 40.00?
A) No, registration is per machine. Remember to buy extra lunch tickets for your passengers as we will not be selling lunch tickets at the lunch stop – $10.00 each for an extra food ticket, this includes one breakfast and lunch for your rider.

Q) Can you buy extra lunch at the lunch stop?
A) No, our food vendor has no means to collect money to purchase food. Food is pre-ordered by numbers at time of registration.

Q) What forms of payment are taken?
A) We accept cash or credit card for registration and merchandise sales. No debit is available at this time.

Q) Do you need to have your machine registered?
A) Yes, Provincial Law states that your machine needs to be registered if being used on crown land.

Q) Do I need to wear a helmet?
A) Yes, Provincial Law requires the use of a helmet unless you are driving a vehicle with ROPS approved rollover protection.

Q) Can my child ride their own quad?
A) Provincial law requires riders who are crossing roadways be at least 16 years and hold a valid drivers license. As the trail crosses multiple roadways, your child must meet the criteria as defined in the Manitoba Off Road Vehicle Act.

Q) Can I ride my dirt bike?
A) Only if it is registered

Q) Is there a rain date for this event?
A) This event is rain or shine. This event would only be rescheduled if we encounter a high fire risk
WARNING. Posted by, Conservation and water Stewardship, Province of Manitoba.