MEMBERSHIP

  • Donegal Wilson posted an article
    Need to access your membership card. Here is instructions on how to get your card! see more

    I am on the BCSF website and would like to print out my card

    I am on my clubs website and would like to print out my card


    I am on the BCSF website and would like to print out my Club Membership Card

     

    Click on Login at the top right and login with the email and password you created when you bought your membership.  If you have forgotten your password please click on Forgot your password.   

    Once you are logged in or if you were already logged in you will see your name at the top right.  Click on your name and a drop-down list will appear.  From the drop-down list choose Edit my Profile.  

    Once you are in your profile you will see a tab that says Member Card.  Select this tab and a list of all clubs you are a member of will display.  You can click the club card you want to generate.  

    This will generate a PDF document that you can print out to bring to the trail head or save to your phone.


    I am on my clubs website and would like to print out my card

     

    If you are at a club site where you can purchase a membership than click on Login at the top right and login with the email and password you created.  If you have forgotten your password please click on Forgot your password.   

    Once you are logged in or if you were already logged in you will see your name at the top right.  Click on your name and a drop-down list will appear.  From the drop-down list choose member card.  This will generate a PDF document that you can print out to bring to the trail head or save to your phone.

  • Article
    What do you do to support snowmobiling where you ride? see more

    What do you do to support snowmobiling where you ride?

    Nicole Matei of the Fernie Snowmobile Association, and a true ambassador or organized snowmobiling with a passion for safety, lays out what it takes to maintain the quality of sledding we've come to expect. And more importantly, what you can do to support your sport. 


    Here are three things you can do to make sure our sport has a future. Click the Link below for Nicoles' article in Mountain Sledder Magazine. 

    Pass, Cash or Ass - Nobody Rides for Free - Nicole Matei

    #joinasnowmobileclub

  • Donegal Wilson posted an article
    Who’s awesome?  WE ARE!   Who is "we" you might ask?  Well snowmobilers of course. see more

    Who’s awesome?  WE ARE!   Who is "we" you might ask?  Well snowmobilers of course.  Those of us who enjoy the beautiful British Columbia backcountry and support organized snowmobiling in BC by purchasing a membership and supporting our fantastic BCSF clubs. 

    We’re gaining momentum!  After our recent economic impact study many were stunned that the sport of snowmobiling in BC contributes to over 299 million dollars to the provincial economy.  This is huge and the number is growing. 

    We need your help.  You, yes, I’m looking at you!  For each and every one of us has the ability to contribute to the preservation and protection of the sport of snowmobiling in BC. 

    How do we do that?  By promoting membership purchases within your own club.  This is important for several reasons. 

    Memberships fund vital club initiatives:

    Trails:  Your membership fund trail grooming development and maintenance.

    Cabins:  Cabin construction/maintenance/ repairs and insurance

    Safety initiatives:  Many of our member clubs provide cost share programs for AST training,  Avalanche outreach by way of workshops transceiver search parks, signage and youth outreach programs.

    Signage:  Your membership provides the funding for signage within riding zones including sensitive boundaries, avalanche and hazard warnings, club messaging and safety messaging to facilitate a safe and enjoyable adventure for all.

    Events: Fundraising events such as poker rallies, family fun days, and racing events take money to execute.  These dollars come from the purchase of memberships.  The more members you have, the more you can do to keep your club exciting and engaging.

    Vital resources:  The economic impact study was an initiative that saw funding from all of our hard-working member clubs.  This documentation is foundational for now we have solid proof of our worth in today’s provincial economy.  Another vital resource recently funded through memberships dollars is a BCSF biologist.  We’ve seen skewed and dismissive science in the past, and through membership funding we are now able to hire a biologist to help represent us with fair representation and conservation direction.

    Your memberships do matter not only to your club, but to the sport of snowmobiling in BC.  We are working hard to support our BCSF clubs and are here to provide extra marketing outreach and resources to help make the most of your membership numbers. 

  • Article
    Want to sign up your wife/husband, girlfriend/boyfriend, roommate or child and having troubles? see more

    Want to sign up your wife/husband, girlfriend/boyfriend, roommate or child and having troubles?

    A Primary member cannot purchase additional memberships under their own member profile. 

    No one wants to snowmobile alone! So here are some things you must know to make sure you have your riding buddies all set for this season!

    1) You cannot purchase online without an email address. So, you've bought your Primary membership and you need one for your spouse - you MUST log out, and either log back in to their account, or create a new account (in their name, and with their own email). ***Sometimes it helps to clear your browser history to prevent it accidentally logging you back in to your account.

    2) Most Clubs do not offer a Family Plan, but instead have Primary (1st adult of household), Secondary (2nd adult of household), Child/Youth (17 yrs and under), and of course Senior memberships as well. ***Each Club sets its own rates, plan details, membership packages, etc. It's important to check with each Club for current rates, plan info, member benefits, etc. 

    3) All membership inquiries must be directed to your Club's Membership Administrators, they will be your source for all info on where and how to purchase. If your Club's Contact info is difficult to find, you can call 1-877-537-8716 and we will provide you with the latest contact information for your Club. 

    4) Many Clubs have memberships available for sale at local Dealerships and businesses as well as at Club Events and Meetings, if you are looking for a quick and easy way to sign the whole family up, then attending a Club meeting and doing the 'ol face to face is always an option. 

     

    And lastly, it's important to know that new this season, all BCSF Snowmobile Clubs are handling their own memberships. So if you are looking for a card, decal, or anything else membership related, be sure to contact your Club directly for the most up to date information. 

     

    Happy Sledding!