More than 93,000 visitors came to the RidersWest website in 2017. What headlines grabbed their attention? Below, we compile a list of the top 10 most-read stories (based on pageviews) of 2017.
Ed Vermette is the founder of the Princeton ATV Club in Princeton, B.C., and he’s challenging town council’s tight grip on ATV use.
Kitt Stringer puts six different brands of hard enduro tires to the test in some of the gnarliest terrain Canada has to offer.
Rosie Gabrielle from Vancouver, B.C., travels the globe, camera in hand and eyes wide open to new places, people and beautiful experiences.
Chad Burns, from Grimshaw, Alberta, talks strategy, family and what it was like to win the 2016 world champion jet boat racing title.
The Campbell River ATV Club has a 400-kilometre circle tour that should bring more ORV visitors to the northern region of Vancouver Island, B.C.
Off-road racers take on a Vancouver Island, B.C., course modeled after the world’s toughest hard enduro.
The Rocky Motorcycle Club is a welcoming bunch of folks that organize family-friendly events around Rocky Mountain House, Alberta.
Calgary, Alberta’s Glenn Lyth inspired One Broken Biker, an organization that helps riders like him triumph over tragedy
In August of 2016, the Crowsnest Pass Quad Squad, the local ATV club in the area, hosted several members of the Queen City Quadders (Regina, Saskatchewan area ATV club) for a week of riding in the Castle area.
Watch professional adventure athlete Dave Norona riding Sea-Doos in Newfoundland amongst 20,000-year-old icebergs.