Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Association

Sponsors

  • sponsored by John Deere
  • sponsored by cycleworks
  • Polaris
  • Alberta ATV Training
  • suzuki motorcycles
  • Alberta Information Bulletin

Courses

News & Events

Calgary Motorcycle Show - January 6-8, 2017

http://www.calgarymotorcycleshow.com/

Edmonton Motorcycle Show - January 13-15, 2017

http://www.edmontonmotorcycleshow.ca/

Calgary Boat & Sportsmen’s Show February 9 - 12, 2017

http://www.calgaryboatandsportshow.ca/

Calgary Boat & Sportsmen’s Show February 9 - 12, 2017

http://www.calgaryboatandsportshow.ca/

Edmonton Boat & Sportsmen’s Show March 16 – 19, 2017

http://www.edmontonboatandsportshow.ca/

WORKING TO KEEP YOU RIDING

The Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Association, known simply as the AOHVA, was created over 30 years ago by a diverse group of off-road enthusiasts concerned about the lack of a united front to represent the interests of off-road motorcyclists and ATV riders throughout the province of Alberta. Since that time, the AOHVA has developed and maintained an on-going working relationship with the provincial government and local municipalities across the province.

The Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Association is a key player in land access plans all around the province, and works with local area off-road clubs, other interested organizations, and government agencies to retain and maintain riding areas for current and future off-road motorcyclists and ATV and UTV (side by side) enthusiasts.

As increasing pressure is put upon our outdoor activity, it is very important that ALL off-road motorcyclists, ATV and UTV riders become part of the solution to create sustainable single track and multi-use trails throughout Alberta.

Membership in your local AOHVA affiliated club will help to ensure your opportunity to ride in Alberta.

Click here to read more about how AOHVA is Protecting and Preserving your Opportunity to Ride

Click here to read our latest news release: ALBERTA OFF-HIGHWAY VEHICLE ASSOCIATION (AOHVA) concerned that Albertans’ continued enjoyment of province’s open landscape is in jeopardy