Terrific ride at Jordan Craters, but there were issues ... Had a great ride, but Patrick Sherman lost his drone in the crater. Sad, but he's fixing.
Owyhee Ridge spring ride in 2009. First of all, Happy New Year of riding to everyone! We have over sixty rides planned this year between all the local ATV/UTV clubs. Everything from rides to camp-outs to trail clean-up to special events! Thanks to all the area ride leaders for taking time to plan [...]
Christmas Party! If you weren't at this year's Christmas party you missed out for sure! Maxed out event! There was sooo much mistletoe and kissing going on it was almost embarrassing. Then we had Darrel doing egg nog shots and that took things to a whole new level. In fact, there were sooo many [...]
Sponsors are an integral part of BATRC. Typically, we have about a dozen paid sponsors each year. Dues are $60 per year which allows them two pages on the BATRC website to display their business card, write a short description of their products and/or services, post a store front photo or product, and post their [...]
The following documents are used with the BATRC Treasurer's position: Bank PayPal Instructions/Explanation BATRC Member Reimbursement Form, updated 01/24/2015 BATRC Sponsor Annual Membership Dues Invoice
ISATVA booth at the Annual Sportsman Show first weekend in March. The Idaho Power Display Booth used at the Annual Sportsman Show and ISATVA events has been loaned to our BATRC through Pauline Jones, retired from Idaho Power. This Display Booth is normally stored at Pauline's home. Special care is required to insure [...]
The following documents describe the Membership and Treasurer processes, and various documents are used by the Membership Committee. BATRC Membership Committee Process BATRC Application, updated 12/04/2012 BATRC Purpose (to be given out to new members) BATRC Member Promotion Cards (front) BATRC Member Promotion Cards (back) BATRC Guest Sign-in Sheet BATRC Membership Database: Quinn Fisher created [...]
The Boise ATV Trail Riders (BATR) Club is a group of ATV riders in the Boise, Idaho treasure valley area who share some common interests and concerns. Members of the Idaho State ATV Association.
Our Club byLaws have been complied int ot a PDF document and can be accessed at the folloing link
Following our Code of Riding Ethics enables drivers of all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) to be able to play together with animals and wildlife, as well as other trail users.