On the edge of Northern Alberta Pioneer broke ground with a spirit of adventure. We established the organisation to support explorers in oil and gas, forestry, mining and building pipelines and transmission corridors where traditional vehicles had difficulty accessing. Our business began where the road ended!
With a support centre in Edmonton and branch operations throughout Northern B.C. and Alberta, Pioneer has access points for most of Western Canada – while we service explorers on the edge of civilization across Canada! From the Maritimes to the high northern Arctic, Pioneer has off-road vehicles of almost every shape and size and over the years we’ve built a fleet of hundreds of quads, ATV’s, Sleds, Argos, and tracked machinery to haul just about anything anywhere.
Our mission: to explore!
Quite simply we see great promise in the untouched, the uncommonly difficult to access, the swampy back roads and cut lines of every nook and cranny of Canadian forest and even the frozen tundra of a wind swept valley in the high north!
The smell of the forest or the icy fresh air in a blizzard makes our heart pound with excitement! This is who we are! Rough, rugged and untouched terrain drives our ambition to press on further down a narrow goat trail to uncover opportunity. We are the original Pioneers and can help you well beyond where the road ends.
Canada’s north country can be challenging and not all of our customers are comfortable on every machine we rent. That's why we provide both in-person and online training on every unit we sell, alongside special safety training that can support our customers no matter what terrain they encounter. Individual online training can be completed at your own pace, or in-person group training can be arranged for a date and location of your convenience.Learn More
Our customers can access hundreds of off-road machines and of course we service, repair and can add special accessories for almost every situation. Sometimes our customers have their own fleet – that’s not a problem – we can service, repair and support their entire fleet from branches across western Canada.Learn More