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OUT ON TRAILS
Only "Trail" motorcycle members who purchase a daily, three days or seasonal "trail pass" can ride on the FQMHR's federated trail network.
Please note that the daily, three days or seasonal "trail pass" does not allow free transit through the federated trails on the zecs and that you must pay additional costs on each zec.
Two categories of motorcycles are eligible on trails: the dual-use motorcycle with road-use registration and the off-road motorcycle commonly known as the "enduro" with off-road registration.
Federated trails are generally accessible from May 1st to November 30th inclusively. Weather conditions or hunting season can affect traffic at certain times in regions of the FQMHR's federated trail network.
The seasonal access pass for trails, issued by the FQMHR, is available on our website only.
The daily access pass for trails, issued by the FQMHR, is available on our website or from an agent of a trail club member.
The three days access pass for trails, issued by the FQMHR, is available on our website only.
The network boasts of more than 12,000 kilometres of federated trails shared by 52 trail club members across 12 tourist regions of Quebec.
iMotoHR is a GPS-based mobile application aiming to make off-road motorcycling as pleasant and safe as possible.
- View the 10,000 kilometres of trails accessible to off-road motorcycles;
- Find your position and orientation in relation to the elements of the network;
- Get a list of trail club members and their contact information;
- Find businesses, dealerships and tourist attractions;
- Receive messages from the FQMHR.
In Quebec, users of off-road trail vehicle must entirely abide by the following conditions in order to meet regulatory standards:
- Be 16 years of age or older;
- Hold a Certificate of Qualification (skills certificate) issued by an authorized agent of the government (for 16 and 17 year-old riders);
- Have a right of access (access pass) issued by the FQMHR;
- For a registered off-road vehicle: Hold a Class 5 driver's licence (automobile) or Class 6D driver's licence (moped/scooter);
- For a registered off-road vehicle (dual-use): Hold a Class 6A or 6B driver's licence (cylinder capacity of 400 cc or less) or 6C driver's licence (cylinder capacity of 125 cc or less).
To go trail-riding on a motorcycle, you must use an off-road motorcycle or a dual-use motorcycle.
PR3 PR4 PR5
Capo Nord ETVCAPONORD MX 4.5
RX 125 RX 50
RXV 5,5 RXV45 RXV55 SMV 750 Dorsoduro
650X CHALLENGE 650X COUNTRY 700GS
F800GS F800GS ADVENTURE F850GS G310GS G650GS G650X GS 1250 AVENTURE HP GSA HP2 ENDURO R 1150GS
R 1200GS ADVENTURE R NINE T SCRAMBLER 1200 R NINE T URBAN GS
|Buell||XB12X Ulysses XB12X Ulysses|
|Christini||AWD 450 DS|
950 950S 996
MULTISTRADA 1200 ENDURO MULTISTRADA 1260 ENDURO
SCRAMBLER DESERT SLED SCRAMBLER ICON URBAIN ENDURO URBAIN SRAMBLER
|Harley-Davidson||Pan America Adventure 1250|
CB 360 CB 500X CG125ES
CRF 1000 AFRICA TWIN CRF 250 RALLY
CRF 300 RALLY
CRF 750 CRF1000 CRF1100 CRF230L CRF230M CRF250L CRF300L CRF450L CT110 GROM
NC750X NX 250 RXV 550
XL 1000 VARADERO XL 185 XL 200 XL 250 XL 350R XL 500R XL 600 XL 600R XL 650 XL 650L XR 650 L XRV 750
701 ENDURO 701 SUPERMOTO FE 250
FE 450 FE 501S
SVARTPILEN 701 TE 449 TE 610 TE 630 TR650 Terra VITPILEN 401 VITPILEN 701
KE 100 KL250 KL250 SUPER SHERPA
KLE VERSYS 650 KLR 250
KLX230 KLX250 KLX300 KLX400 KLX650 VERSYS 1000 VERSYS 600 VERSYS-X 300 Z400 Z900RS
1090R SUPER ADVENTURE 1190 ADV 1190 R ADVENTURE
1290R SUPER ADVENTURE
1290R SUPER ADVENTURE 1290S SUPER ADVENTURE
1290T SUPER ADVENTURE
250 EXC-F 390 AVENTURE 450 SMC 525 SMC 530 EXC 560 SMR 625 SXC 640 ADVENTURE 640 ENDURO 660 RALLYE
690 SMCR 790 Aventure 890R ADVENTURE
950 SMR 950 SUPER ENDURO 990 ADVENTURE EXC-F 350 EXC-F 500
GRISO 1200 STELVIO 1200 STELVIO NTX
|Royal Enfield||Himalayan 410 Himalayan 650|
DR 125 DR 125S DR 200S
DR 250S DR 350
DR 500S DR 600S DR 650 DR 800S BIG DRZ 400S DRZ 400SL DRZ 400SM TS 185 TS200 V STROM 1000
V STROM 650
V-STROM 1000 ABS SE VanVan 200
RS 500R SM 500 SM 500R
1200 EXPLORER XC SRAMBLER TIGER 1050
TIGER 1200 EXPLORER
Tiger 800 Tiger 800 XC
TIGER 955 I TIGER XRX 800
AT1 125 DT 125 DT 175
DT 250 DT 360
DTMX 175 FZ-07 FZ-09 GT 80 MT-03 SCR950 SUPER TÉNÉRÉ 1200 TDM850 TÉNÉRÉ 700 TTR 250
TW 200 TW 225 TW200
TX 350 WR 125R WR 250R WR 250X XT 125 XT 200 XT 225 XT 250 XT 350 XT 600 XTZ 125
The following is a list of models of enduro motorcycles that can be modified to operate on trails, which, under the Off-Road Vehicles Act, must be outfitted with the following equipment:
1° One white headlight;
2° One red tail-light;;
3° One red brake light at the rear;
4° One rearview mirror firmly attached to the left side of the vehicle;
5° An exhaust system;
6° A brake system;
7° A speedometer;
8° Any other equipment as defined by the regulations.
Bullets 3, 4 and 7 shall apply only to vehicles built after January 1, 1998
Article 5 above does not apply to a vehicle powered solely by an electric motor.
PR3 PR4 PR5
RFZ125 OPEN RFZ140 RFZ150
125RR 200RR 250RR
250RR RACE 300RR
300SS 350RR 350RR RACE 390RR 430RR 430RR RACE 480RR
500 RR EVO 300 XTRAINER 125RR
|Bombardier||CAN AM TNT 175|
250R 300R EC 125
EC 200 EC 250
EC 400 FSE EX 250F EX 300 EX 350F EX 450F FSR 450 FSR 515
PAMPERA 125 PAMPERA 250 PAMPERA 280
|GIO||250 GX125 14-17|
CRF 450RX CRF 450X CRF100
CRF230F CRF250F CRF250X CRF70 CRF80 CT70 EZ90
NH80 NSR50 RS125
XR 650 R
XR250 XR400 XR600 XR600 XR70 XR80
FE 250 FE 350 FE 390
FE 450 FE 501
FE 570 FE 650 TE 125 TE 150 TE 250 TE 300
FE 250 FE 350 FE 450
FE510 FX 250
TE 150 TE 250 TE 250I TE 300 TE 310 TE 511 TE510
TX 300 TX 300I TXC 250
KD80 KDX200 KDX220
KLX110 KLX125 KLX140 KLX230R KLX250 KLX300 KLX300R
KLX450 KLX650 KX 250X
105 XC 150 XC 150 XC-W
200 EXC 200 XC
250 EXC 250 XC 250 XC-F 250 XC-W 250 XCF-W 300 EXC 300 XC
350 EXC 350 XC 350 XC-F
450 EXC 450 SMR 450 XC 450 XC-F 450 XC-W 500 EXC 500 XC 500 XC-W 500 XCF-W 510 EXC 520 EXC 525 EXC
525 XC 525 XC-W 530 EXC 530 XC-W 65 XC 65 XC 85 XC EXC-F 250 6 DAYS EXC-F 350 EXC-F 450 6 DAYS EXC-F 500 Freeride 250
|Pister Pro||Classic 125|
Hunter Mototractor Preppers
2.5 i ENDURO 250 SE-R 3.0 F ENDURO
300 SEF-R 4.5 i ENDURO
X-RIDE 250 X-RIDE 290 X-RIDE 300 X-RIDE 360
DR 100 DR 125L DR 350
DR 400E DR Z125
DRZ 125L DRZ 250 DRZ 400E DS80 RM-Z250 RMX 250 RMX-450Z
|SWM||RS 300R RS 500R|
|TRS||280 RR X Track|
BW 200 BW 350 IT 175
IT 200 IT 250
IT 425 IT 465 IT 490 MX 125 RT 100 RT 180 TT 225
TT 500 TTR 110 TTR 125
TY 250 WR 200 WR 250 WR 250F WR 400 WR 400F WR 426 WR 450 WR 450F YZ 125X YZ 250FX YZ 250X
Your motorcycle must be outfitted with the following equipment* in accordance to the regulations in effect:
- One white headlight;
- One red tail-light;
- One red brake light at the rear;
- One rearview mirror firmly attached to the left side of the vehicle;
- An exhaust system;
- A brake system;
- A speedometer.
*Bullets 3, 4 and 7 shall apply only to vehicles built after January 1, 1998.
Any person travelling on an off-road vehicle must wear the following attire:
To avoid the worst, the FQMHR strongly recommends using for trail use all equipment mandatory in a closed-circuit park.
Respect the environment:
Avoid jack-rabbit stops and starts as well as quick changes in direction with acceleration;
Avoid fragile and restricted areas at all times, especially swampy areas, shorelines, stream banks and steep hills. Cross at designated locations and use available bridges;
Avoid passing over young trees and shrubs, especially in spring and during the growing season in summer;
Make sure your exhaust system and spark arrester are in good condition;
What you take with you, you bring back with you, do not leave any rubbish or waste on the sites;
Take advantage of your time on the trails to observe wildlife; avoid making animals nervous;
Adjust your driving style according to the season and location;
Avoid going on trails after heavy rains.
Observe the law:
Stay on the designated trails. Do not take CLOSED trails. If you are unsure, then don't go;
Comply with all applicable laws and/or municipal by-laws;
Do not venture onto new, undesignated trails without consulting the stakeholders involved;
Do not enter private property without permission and do not use designated trails for other activities.
Respect other users:
Be courteous and respectful of other users who also use the shared trails. Always give way to approaching or passing users. Signal your presence when approaching from behind. Be sure to communicate with horseback riders and people who walk their pets;
Maintain a reduced and constant speed and engine RPM when approaching other trail users, when near homes, etc.;
Take a rider safety course and stay within the limits of your ability to operate your motorcycle;
Share the trails and be friendly and helpful towards other users.;
Before leaving, you must have with you:
- Your seasonal trail access pass or day access pass;
- Your driver's licence;
- Your registration certificate;
- Your proof of civil liability insurance of $500,000.