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Isle Madame ATV Riders Association P.O. Box 208 Arichat, Nova Scotia B0E 1A0

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The 7th Annual Winter Fest Rally will be held on February 11th, 2017.  More information will be available in the upcoming weeks.


The 6th Annual Winter Fest Rally was a huge success with over 500 participants. 

 1st Prize Trip to Dominican - Bill Campbell

 2nd Prize -$300.00 - Kevin Boudreau

 3rd Prize -$200.00 - Joshua Hamm

 4th Prize -$100.00 - Brendon Landry

 Generator draw - Dora Boudreau

 Half & Half -$722.50 - Chuck Dorey

Plus over 160 Door Prizes

Thank you to all volunteers, sponsors and participants 

  -The club executive has received complaints that ATV's, dirt bikes and side by sides are driving on the Pondville Beach Road at excessive speeds.  Please be respectful of area residents and consider the safety of others before acting. 

 -Anyone going to Caper Gas is asked to follow the trail marked out and to stay away from the tank on the PDG side of the gas station. This is a request of Management at Caper Gas.


 We have our new UTV and groomer operational. Thank you to those who volunteered to widen the bridge at the Dry Lake. There are still several bridges that need to be improved before the Winter Fest Run. Please contact Tony Pierce or Brent Kinslow if you can assist.


The 6th Annual Winter Fest Poker Run will be held February 12-13, 2016.

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The club executive has been receiving reports that ATV's, dirtbikes and side by sides are driving up the Rogers Road at excessive speeds and making excessive noise at late hours. Please be respectful of homeowners and also consider the safety of others before acting.

We have also received reports of individuals bypassing the barricades on Pondville Beach and causing damage on the beach. This is not acceptable.

Despite stormy weather conditions leading up to and in the days following, the 2015 run drew over 435 participants and was a huge success.

Thank you to all participants, volunteers and sponsors.

Members of the IMATVR assisting in putting out luminaries at the Relay For Life 2013

People interested in improving the image of ATV Riders founded this club in 1996, to provide a focus for ATV related activities. We are an incorporated, non-profit society registered under the Provincial Societies Act.

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