Quadding in Northern New Brunswick is a very unique experience, and the crew bundles up looks for throttle therapy on some of the best snow covered trails in the province.
The crew returns to Friars Nose in the Sussex area to determine who is going to make it to the top this time.
Ryan and Rodney head to Charlotte County for a fall run plus a first-time experience in the sand pits, what could go wrong?
What can you cook when out on the ATVs? The crew does time trails in the homemade narrow wood trail racing course.
The guys jump on the bikes and head from Hanwell to the Big Axe brewery with a few challenges along the way.
The majestic hardwood forest makes for a summer and fall run no one would never forget. These trails capture the Zen of riding and relaxing on an ATV.
Lack of gas and high water stopped the guys first attempt to head to Ryans uncle's fishing camp. Paul faces early mechanical issues, and can the guys find their way to the lodge?
Wayne Russel is invited to teach his outdoor survival course to better equip the crew in case they need to spend the night in the woods with minimal equipment.
The problems hit the team earlier than expected. After a rough start the team starts to find their groove.
Beautiful trails and dead bike brought back to life. Do the gremlins get work out by day 2?
Navigation issues but a magnificent destination. The crew cant find their guide in northern New Brunswick and need to determine to head out on this own to camp at the Maine, Quebec, New Brunswick border for a night in the woods with the hammocks.
Major breakdown threatens the ability to stay on time. We find out a crew member can weld, as we needed serious help.
We visited a campground that does not allow ATV and convinced them to let us stay and made new friends. Made it to the half way point.
The morning starts with a police escort then start heading south to the Prince Edward Island bridge.
The team heads out to Adairs Wilderness Lodge with a few mishaps along the way.
Waterfalls and a rendezvous point mix up threatens to impact reaching the destination for the night.
Day 15 and 2300 KM travelled and arrived in St. Stephen with the support SxS burning more oil than gas. Do all the bikes make it to the finish line?
After riding for 4 seasons, we take a look at the first 3 seasons plus a few offroad adventures in our past that inspired our ATVing. Then we take a peek ahead to this season riding in PEI, Ontario and Iceland.
The crew is out for a ride on one of the best trails in New Brunswick as we formulate what is an ATV Hero?
The Trekkit crew takes the ferry to Grand Manan to discover one of a kind vistas in the Picture Province.
We ride the trails on the Queen of the Fundy Isles and visit some familiar places to the Trekkit crew and end the trip with a lobster boil.
The PEI ATV Federation invited us to explore the uniqueness of riding in PEI. We then travel from PEI to a GoPro filmed ride in Iceland to visit to crashed airplane site.
With the help of Kimpex, we upgrade Jacob’s Kawasaki Brute Force into a bike to head to the Dacre Rally and Mudfest.
The Dacre Rally is a 20+ hour ATV rally that spans over 600km of riding in one day! The Trekkit crew travels to Ontario to attempt this rally that starts at 4 am on a cold morning. What could go wrong?
Find out how the team finished at the Dacre and then they head to Mirimachi Mud Fest 2023.
The town of Nackawic is an exceptional ATV Hero as they allow the crossing of the St. John River to connect the southern and northern parts of New Brunswick. Many towns could learn from the welcoming nature of this town. We then head to an ATV friendly Inn to further explore the area.
The Trekkit Crew takes a bunch of first time ATV riders out on brand new Segway ATVs and SxS and have them experience riding the trails. The trip ranges from getting stuck in the mud, rock climbs, and scenic trails.