Introducing the new, mobile-friendly website of RidersWest

Now you can stay connected with the motorsports industry everywhere you go

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With the new website, our stories are easier to read on your mobile device.

Welcome to the new online home of RidersWest. After months of work, we are pleased to unveil a redesigned website that’s better looking and, more importantly, easier to use.

And it’s mobile friendly, so that those of you who are reading this on your smartphone or tablet can see it more clearly and enjoy everything our site has to offer.

You’ll notice that we grouped everything into four categories: Stories, Travel, Gear and Share. If you are looking for something specific on our website, use the search bar on the top right hand corner; otherwise, here’s a breakdown of how the site is organized:


This is where you’ll find all our blogs, columns and news items. It’s also where popular sections, such as the Motorcycle Zone, ATV Zone, Water Sports and XRider zone, are located.


Click on Travel and that’s where you’ll find information about popular ATV and motorcycle destinations across Western Canada. Visit this section anytime you want a new idea on where to ride and how to get there.


Gear is where we feature product profiles, reviews and new product launches from the biggest and smallest brands in the business. That being said, we use the term Gear pretty loosely around here, since this section is also where all our new ATV, UTV, PWC and motorcycle writeups can be found.


The Share section is all yours, because that’s where you and other readers can go to upload favourite riding photos and videos to our Hotshots gallery. Visit this page to see when our photo contest is taking place and what prizes we’re giving away. With the new design, it is easy to upload photos and videos to RidersWest right from your smartphone, tablet or home computer.

You can comment on just about any story on RidersWest, and connect with us on Twitter and Facebook. Our new website also gives advertisers a better way to tell their stories. It’s because of them and you, the reader, that we have been able to stay engaged with the motorsports community in Western Canada for the past 25 years. 

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