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What To Pack For An ATV Trip

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What To Pack For An ATV Trip

2011 Can Am Outlander Max • Credit: Mark Hamerton

Your essential checklist

Whether you're new to ATVing or a seasoned vet, keep this list handy to make sure your trip goes smoothly!



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It’s so easy to forget the essentials of ATVing when you have a whole family vacation to plan. Here is a handy list of things to make sure you have for your ATV riding. There’s the obvious things like helmet and boots, but it’s so easy to forget the little things, like riding gloves, when you're packing a week’s worth of clothing. It’s a good idea to pack what you can permanently on the ATV, and the remainder in a separate bag so you don’t forget anything back at the motel or campsite. 

Recommended Essentials

Apropriate permits from OFATV or ATVO

Boots & Gloves

Rain Gear / Riding Jersey

Water & snacks

First Aid Kit

Camera, GPS Cell Phone

Change of clothes for the ride home

 

For the more advanced trip

Extra fuel

Tow Cable

Tools (Including A Tire Repair Kit)

Bow Saw

If you have something to add to it, email me at mark@atvfanatic.ca

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