About AOHVA

The Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Association (AOHVA) is the provincially recognized voice of off-highway vehicle trail users throughout Alberta.

The Association is dedicated to providing safe motorized recreational activities in an environmentally responsible manner. Our efforts focus on education, safety, and the restoration and revitalization of trails and associated facilities on public and private land throughout Alberta.

AOHVA is comprised of a diverse group of people who care for and love Alberta’s landscape. We represent the interests of not only the estimated 165,000 users of off-highway vehicles but of the many associated family and friends who partake in related activities with OHVs being the central focus of recreational activities enjoyed by over 500,000 Albertans.

AOHVA, was created over 30 years ago by a 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.

AOHVA is a key player in land access plans across the province, working with local area off-road clubs, other interested organizations, and government agencies to retain and maintain riding areas for current and future OHV enthusiasts.

OUR BOARD

Executive

To be announced

North Central Region

To be announced

Northwest Region

To be announced

Northeast Region

To be announced

South Central Region

To be announced

South Region

To be announced

WHAT WE STAND FOR

VISION:

The use of ATVs (all-terrain vehicles), ORMs (off-road motorcycles) and UTVs (side by sides) will grow significantly and individuals will continue to use OHVs in a responsible, environmentally friendly and respectful manner, on a wide array of public and private lands throughout Alberta.

MISSION:

The Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Association is dedicated to providing safe individual and family motorized recreational opportunities in an environmentally responsible manner.

PRINCIPLES:

Respect the environment and minimize impacts.

Respect the rights of other users.

Participate in the decisions that affect our access and use of public lands.

Improve public understanding by addressing issues and concerns.

Be responsible when riding by using designated trails and minimizing impact.

Obey the rules and legislation.

VALUES:

We value our privilege to ride on public lands.

We value the natural and archaeological treasures that our great outdoors hold.

We value nature and respect its diversity.

We value clean air, water and land.

We place a high value on the future use of trails for our children and other users

WHAT WE DO

AOHVA is dedicated to providing safe motorized recreational activities in an environmentally responsible manner. Our efforts focus on education, safety, and the restoration and revitalization of trails and associated facilities on public and private land throughout Alberta.

Read about our efforts to:

Deliver Education and Safety Programs

Promote Respectful, Responsible Riding

Support Environmental Stewardship

Advocate for continued OHV use across Alberta

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