Two week-ends to travel on our trails without a trail permit
QuadNB has registered a new record in its membership in 2021, reaching over 31 000 trail permits sold throughout the province. Most agree that this tremendous 6 000-permit increase was in great part is the result of the COVID-19 sanitary conditions. More and more, people are aiming for outdoor family leisure as the quad industry is the fastest growing power sports in Northern America.
Understanding that, QuadNB is pleased to announce that for two upcoming weekends, the quad enthusiasts will be able to use the managed trail system in New Brunswick without a 2022 trail permit. The non-members to our Federation will be allowed to use the managed trails on the New Brunswick Family Day long weekend and again on the first full weekend in June that is also “Fish Free Weekend”. The Family Day weekend dates showcase the fun of the sport during the long winter months on the trails of one of the 41 clubs in the province that groom or plow the snow for quads. The June dates combine the recreational sport of fishing with the experience of quadding.
- Registered quad
- Valid insurance
- Agree to follow the Rider’s Code of Conduct on the QUADNB website
- Follow the Rules & Regulations for the safety of you and others on the trail
- Respect the Off-Road Vehicle Act and the municipal by laws where applicable.
- Youth drivers under 16 years old must hold an approved ATV Rider Course certificate and be accompanied by an adult that also holds a ATV Rider Course certificate. (Delivered by QuadNB)
For our acting president, Eymard Savoie: “This is QuadNB’s way of showing what our product can offer in these difficult times and to open the way to exciting new experiences. Quad enthusiasts commonly ask themselves if it’s worth it to become a member as 46% of the New-Brunswick quad owners are not member of one of our 57 clubs. Quadding needs to be discovered by many and our trails offer a large variety of new experiences and every club has something different to offer.”
Almost all of QuadNB clubs have a Facebook page, so the quad enthusiasts are invited to check their closest club’s Facebook page for more details. Visit QuadNB’s web site under Contact Us + Find a club to identify to closest club.
Jacques Poirier, QuadNB General Manager, 472-5130 (office)
Vance Johnson, QuadNB Trail Coordinator, 476-0905 (cell)
Jacques Ouellette, QuadNB Development Coordinator, 480-0174 (cell)
Our office, QuadNB, 1-888-847-1100 or 472-5130.