Please join the Talbot Trail ATV Club in its efforts towards the TSUNAMI RELIEF ATV ride. They are asking for your support for this CHARITY EVENT – Road Tour
Date: April 9th
Rain date: April 16
Pre-Registration is requested:
Location: The ride will begin at The Flying M Restaurant which is located south of the 401 on Highway #4 just north of the Ford Auto Plant.
They will proceed in groups of 25 riders with one leader per group. The first group will be the VIP riders.
Registration begins at 7:30 AM First group will leave at 8:15 AM. You will travel on gravel and tar and chip roads in single file. The total kilometres are approximately 140 and the speed will be 35 km per hour or less. There will be 4 stops.
Food and gas is available at the flying M Restaurant and they recommend that you take with you some beverages and snacks plus extra gas. Lunch will be available at Swain’s Greenhouses. Gas fill up at the GOGO service station in Rodney on the way back.
* Wear a DOT or ANSI approved helmet
* Wear protective clothing
* Wear protective eye glasses
* Have a valid G2/M2 or greater driving licence
* Have a plate on ATV
* Have valid insurance on ATV
* ATV must be in good mechanical order e.g. lights, brakes etc.
* Note: The MTO does not allow double riding on the roads therefore 2-ups will not be able to attend this event.
* ALCOHOL & DRUGS – ZERO TOLERANCE!
Donations: $25.00 cheque payable to “Canadian Feed the Children”
Non-OFATV members must pay an additional $37.50 to the Talbot Trail ATV Club to cover additional 3rd party liability insurance for their vehicles.
Overnight accommodations at Talbotville, Ontario:
St. Thomas Motel 519-631-7499
New Elgin Motel 519-633-0580
Cardinal Court Motel 519-633-0740
Best Western Stoneridge Inn 519-652-6022 (Located on cloverleaf at the 401 and Colonel Talbot Road, S-W corner. One mile north of the Flying M Restaurant.
Comfort Inn 519-633-4082 (Highway 3, east of ST. Thomas).
Please contact Andre Verhaeghe or Peter Rybski at 519-773-3301 or Email TalbotTrailATVClub@yahoo.ca for more information, Pledge Forms, Maps and Trail Route.
Please help make this event a success and let all of your friends know that the Talbot Trail ATV Club wants your help to supply aid to the Tsunami victims.
If you are unable to attend this event but still want to show your support, please send your donation of $25.00 with the cheque payable to “Canadian Feed the Children” directly to:
Talbot Trail ATV Club
P.O. Box 233
Aylmer, ON N5H 2R9