Off-road motorcycling in Canada
We love riding the trails, exploring the natural beauty of Canada’s wilderness, spending time with family and friends, and enjoying life on two wheels. If you’re new to off-road riding and exploring ways to get involved, connect with the off-road riders association in your province or search for local off-road riding clubs in your area. Discover the many benefits of off-road motorcycling. Off-road riding is a great family activity. It’s fun, it’s safe, and a great way to exercise.
British Columbia Off-Road Motorcycle Association
Alberta Off-Highway Vehicle Association
Ontario Federation of Trail Riders
Fédération Québécoise des Motos Hors Route
Nova Scotia Off-Road Riders Association
New Brunswick Dirt Riders Association
About the Off-Road Council
The MCC Off-Road Council works collaboratively with provincial off-road federations and other stakeholders in fostering an integrated, national approach to deal with the range of public policy and safety issues facing off-road and dual-sport motorcyclists. These issues include trail closures, land access, sound emissions, safety, and junior riders.
Off-Road Council Campaign Graphics
Off-Road Council Social Media Graphics
Motorcycling is an important economic engine in Canada. The following infographics demonstrate the economic impact of motorcycling across Canada. They include national and provincial highlights for off-road motorcycling.
Please use the following infographics for meetings and presentations to your local, provincial, and federal government representatives. They can also be used in news releases, speeches or talking points, briefing notes, columns or letters to the editor, pamphlets or brochures, advertisements, letters, websites, and social media. We have prepared a document to assist you in using the infographics. Click here to download our Briefing Notes.
Data represented in these infographics takes into account 2016 projections based on the Recreational Motorcycling in Canada and its Provinces – 2014-2040 report prepared for the Motorcyclists Confederation of Canada by Smith Gunther Associates Ltd. in August 2015. Read the Recreational Motorcycling in Canada Summary Report and the full Recreational Motorcycling in Canada and its Provinces – 2014-2040 Report.