Williams Lake Off Road Motorcycle Assoc.
As far as one storage location for where you can map out private, leases, licences etc. iMap is your best bet. Once your into the map screen you can add whatever provincial layers you wish. iMap BC
Here is a bit of Question and Answer sheet for the ORV Act.
There is not really a scaled down version of the Act, but the Act and Regulations are not that large.
http://www.bclaws.ca/civix/document/id/complete/statreg/193_2015 This is the Regulations Unfortunately, the one stop location for information on where you can ride is something the Government hasn't perfected yet, it has been brought forward in light of the new ORV Act and hopefully we will get it in one location soon. For now most of the legal areas are found in the Hunting Regulations (even if you don't hunt pick up the regulations and read). If you look in there under region 5 you will see any legal closures for motorized. Not in there are our two, which are on Yanks Peak & WL River Valley .
The Dirty Knobby 2017
Mark your calendar Saturday June 17th & Sunday June 18th are the day's we ride again!
Location is Bull Mountain Road
Bull Mountain Road is off Highway 97 approximately 18 km north of Williams Lake (from the "Y"). Turn on to Bull Mountain Road, follow the arrows for about 4 kms and you'll come to the "Pits"
June 17 Saturday
Registration 9:00 - Families 25.00 (includes one Knobby Shirt)
WLORMA members free
10:00 - Briefing on safety and riders ethics
10:30ish Gear up, get ready and let the good times roll!
Poker Run - A, B, C and Pee Wee
Bike Rodeo - Join in the fun it's not just for kids.
Adults are strongly encouraged to participate, the M.C. Rick Kokesch makes it fun and interesting, give the kids a laugh.
Concession will be available
Sunday June 18th
Dual Sport Ride
9:00 - 9:30 Meeting in Tim Horton's
400 km ride to Ghost Lake and back is the plan right now.
Where ever the road ends up taking us, plan on bring your camera.
2017 Dirty Knobby Shirts will be available for purchase
Bull Mountain Trail Network
Work was started in 2015 to expand the existing trail network with funding from the National Trails Coalition and the BC Off Road Motorcycle Association and with direction and guidance from the Ministry of Recreation Sites and Trails BC...
Read more here
June 1st 2015
New Government Registration for off road vehicles becomes mandatory
More info: http://www.for.gov.bc.ca/mof/orv
ORV laws apply to a wide range of vehicles operated on
Crown land and other public lands.
ORVs are used for work, leisure and commuting purposes and include snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles (aka “Quads”), off-road motorcycles (i.e. dirt bikes) and side-by-sides (e.g. “Argos”, “Rhinos” and “Razors”).
PST on Off Road Vehicles at the time of registration -
Click here to read the information
Click here to read BCORMA Off Road Vehicle Act Brief