Trekkit ATV

Genre: Lifestyle
Host: Ryan Groom

Trekkit ATV is a group of mainly first time ATV owners who head out to see the splendor of New Brunswick off road. The inexperienced crew tackles mud, mishaps, and witness the majesty of remote places by ATV. The team packs along a drone to get a bird's eye view of the ride. The conditions include managed and unmanaged trails consisting of dirt, dust, muck and brutal rocky trails. Come along for the ride!


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Episodes

Episode 1

Turtle Mountain is a 10 km hike up a rough rocky trail, which the crew decided to tackle by ATV and spend the night at the top. This brutal ride is tough for an inexperienced ATV rider. Do they all make it to the top? Plus, a flashback of how our off-road adventures began in Iceland.


Episode 2

The crew rides with the Sussex ATV club on a set of well-managed and picturesque trails. The ride includes the coastal beauty of Martin Head, quaint covered ATV bridges, and the worst accident of our riding season.

Episode 3

The crew heads to northern New Brunswick, where we get to ride on the public streets in the city of Bathurst and head to the trails. After night driving, we wake up to a spectacular view. Plus, a flashback to Ryan’s inspirational adventure in Scotland.

Episode 4

We assemble a large group of family and friends and head to Long Lake Adventures for the weekend. The crew rides to the somber site of an Air Force plane crash from 1967, see a salmon science project, experience the view from Mount Carleton, and enjoy the remoteness and hospitality of the area. Music featuring Clay Harrison.

Episode 5

The crew heads out to experience a wide range of trails. These range from trails managed by the local ATV clubs to unmanaged trails, which can lead to interesting situations for an inexperienced rider. This ride we tackle mud, dust, dirt, smooth and rough trails. We recount the worst mud hole of the year and the young bucks challenge the old guard to a water hole duel. Plus, a flashback of our Mount Katahdin climb.

Episode 6

We head off to Ramble 2019, ride with the local Woodstock ATV club and celebrate the end of the ATV season. We circle back to highlights from the year, including riding with the St. Stephen outlaws, a bird’s eye view of a historical site, our safety course, and the Jewetts Creek bridge opening.

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