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What BCSF Members need to know about registering a snowmobile
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This is a document drafted by the BC Snowmobile Federation (BCSF) in an effort to help educate our members. We have tried to make it in layman terms and pull out the items that are specific to snowmobiling.
We have had reports of misinformed Insurance brokers on the new requirements. With all new things comes growing pains. We have attached a document for your reference but if you encounter anything during registration that does not match what is stated in this document please have your broker verify with their internal help line.
The British Columbia Snowmobile Federation (BCSF) is pleased to present the BCSF Snowmobile Excellence Awards program to recognize exceptional contribution and support for the recreational activity of snowmobiling.
The BCSF Snowmobile Excellence Awards honors individuals, snowmobile clubs, associations and businesses in British Columbia that, in the recent past, have made a significant contribution towards showcasing the popularity and the overall appeal of the sport, have made a remarkable effort to promote solidarity and responsibility within the snowmobile community or who have offered exceptional quality of service to snowmobilers.
This year we had many great nominations and are proud to announce the winners for the 2014 season.
BCSF Excellence Award for Outstanding Snowmobile Club
Paradise Valley Snowmobile Association (Dawson Creek, BC)
BCSF Excellence Award for Outstanding Snowmobile Dealership
Valley Chainsaw & Recreational Ltd. (Pemberton, BC)