Meet Chris D’Silva, a dedicated volunteer and Director within CQC, hailing from the stunning province of British Columbia. His leadership extends beyond the CQC, where he proudly serves as the President of the Quad Riders Association of BC (ATVBC).
When it's time to hit the trails, Chris chooses the Yamaha Kodiak 700 ATV as his trusty companion. Safety is paramount in his book, and his number one tip for riders in Canada is a simple yet vital one: "ALWAYS wear your helmet, and only ride to your ability."
Chris's commitment to volunteering goes beyond safety advocacy. What truly inspires him to volunteer for CQC is the opportunity it offers to connect with other provincial associations and enthusiasts nationwide. He sees volunteering as a means to create a network that promotes the sport of ATVing across the entire country.
Chris D'Silva's volunteer journey is a testament to his passion for off-roading and his dedication to uniting and promoting ATVing in British Columbia and throughout Canada. His leadership within ATVBC and his role as a CQC Director help shape the future of the sport, fostering safety, unity, and responsible riding practices.