OFSC Committed To Providing Trails To Ride This Winter

Prep Work Underway To Ready Snowmobile Trails For Grooming

Rider Questions Covered In This Release:

  • Will There Be Trails To Ride This Winter? See Trails To Ride 2021
  • What Happens If COVID Hits Some Regions? See Flex Trail Options
  • What’s Being Done To Make Trails Safer? See Pandemic Response Plan
  • What Is The $50 Bonus & How Do I Get It? See Rider Advantage Confidence Bonus

(Barrie, ON: September. 24, 2020) – As the voice of organized snowmobiling and the recognized leader for powersports tourism and recreation in this province, the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) is committed to delivering the best possible trail riding experiences for snowmobilers this winter.

Trails To Ride 2021: The OFSC is accomplishing this mission under its Trails To Ride 2021 initiative. This action plan starts by getting trail preparations and operations underway this fall for the provincial trail system to achieve the OFSC’s top priority of having trails ready to groom as soon as snow conditions allow.

“As usual, some regions will have trails ready to ride earlier than others, depending on their location and weather,” commented new OFSC President Murray Baker. “Our main goal is to have trails in all OFSC districts ready to go as soon as Mother Nature allows.”

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