Bookcliff Rattlers Motorcycle Club (BRMC)
Fruita, CO. 81521
Boot Hill Motorcycle Club (BHMC)
The mission of the Boot Hill Motorcycle Club (BHMC) is to bring together dirt bike enthusiasts to enjoy, promote, and protect dirt bike and other recreational activities in the San Luis Valley and surrounding area by partnering with the USFS and other government agencies.
We have been established since 1979 and have worked very closely with the Rio Grande National Forest Divide District in the maintenance of single track and ATV less than 50″ trails as well as volunteering with race organizations to set up and mark courses as well as many other needed duties during the events.
Attn. Chad Barr
2901 Adock Blvd
Alamosa, CO. 81101
Boulder County Trail Riders (BCTR)
Boulder Country Trail Riders is a non-profit community of riders working to preserve and enhance off-road riding opportunities in Boulder County, Colorado. We represent riders’ interests to the Boulder Ranger District, which administers 250,000 acres of Front Range mountain terrain.
Central Colorado Mountain Riders (CCMR)
CCMR is a non-profit motorcycle club based in Salida, CO. Our mission is to preserve, maintain and create motorized trail opportunities in the central Colorado area through cooperation, education, etiquette, and stewardship. CCMR has over 200 members and businesses who are proud landowners, recreational users, and stewards of this precious resource.
CCMR continues our good relationship with our land manager partners, the USFS Salida Ranger District and the BLM Royal Gorge Field Office. Since CCMR’s inception in 2016, we have logged over 6,000 volunteer hours with the USFS and BLM. We also collaborated in a USFS cost-share agreement to design, create, and install 11 signs/kiosks to educate users about trail etiquette on multi-use trails.
Additionally, CCMR formally adopted 54 miles of singletrack trails, built two new trails, and is actively working on more projects. CCMR submitted a CPW OHV grant request for a new singletrack trail in 2018, was awarded the grant in 2019, and completed the six-mile DudBob Trail in 2020. CCMR also submitted a CPW grant in 2020 to restore the section of the Rainbow Trail damaged by the 2016 Hayden Pass fire. CCMR was awarded this grant in 2021 and will complete the grant and trail restoration in 2022. CCMR submitted three CPW grants in 2021.
PO Box 454
Salida, CO 81201
Colorado Backcountry Trail Riders Alliance (CBTRA)
The Colorado Backcountry Trail Riders Alliance is based in Carbondale, Colorado. It is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization run by volunteers whose scope of interest lies in keeping trails open and sustainable within the White River National Forest and surrounding BLM lands for motorized use.
We advocate motorized rights, personal responsibility, and stewardship and as well as developing partnerships with other user groups. The club has been in existence since 2002 and currently has a membership of approximately 65 members. It began in Crested Butte and the Gunnison Basin and in 2006 expanded its scope of interest to include the White River National Forest. The club has experienced several scoping and comment periods and provided input into the current Travel Management Plans in both the Gunnison and White River National Forests. Now that both plans have been implemented the needs of both communities in those areas were far too great for the CBTRA to handle effectively. In early 2011 the Gunnison Valley OHV Alliance of Trail Riders – GOATS – formed to take on the Gunnison Basin. CBTRA now concentrates its time working directly with the Forest Service and BLM in the White River National Forest and surrounding public lands.
7025 HWY 82 Bld 1 Unit B
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Colorado Mountain Trail Riders Association (CMTRA)
Since 1972, the Colorado Motorcycle Trail Riders Association has been the premier advocate for motorcycle trail riders in the Pikes Peak and Southern Colorado region. CMTRA works with the U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management to maintain access to multi-use trails and open new trails. We obtain grants through the Colorado Parks and Wildlife OHV program that provide funding for trail construction and maintenance.
Over the years, CMTRA has held numerous work days on multi-use trails in the Pikes Peak region, such as Captain Jacks/Jones Park and 717 trail systems. CMTRA has obtained over $250,000 in grants from the CPW OHV program. All of these funds have gone towards tools, materials, and labor to maintain motorized trails in our region.
CMTRA’s active involvement is critical to keeping Colorado motorcycle trails open, and your membership makes our association viable in the public arena.
P.O. Box 38006
Colorado Springs, CO 80937
Colorado Off Road Championship Series (CORCS)
The CORCS Off-Road Series has been formed to bring closed course Hare Scrambles (HS), Grand Prix (GP), and Sprint Enduro racing within easy reach of the Colorado front range population.
Our philosophy is that racing should be accessible, affordable, and safe! We are striving to bring you events on a monthly basis at a variety of locations all along the front range, alternating northern and southern locations.
Our monthly events offer electronic scoring for quick and accurate lap-by-lap results. We also offer payback in pro class, classes for women, and also Jr. series classes designed to get those young’uns on the track in a fun and safe environment.
We invite your family to be part of ours! LET’S GO RACE!!
P.O. BOX 1025
Palmer Lake, CO 80133
Colorado Quad Runners Denver & COS (CQR)
Colorado Quad Runners (CQR) Established in 2001, this group of trail riding enthusiasts has a diversity of common interests in exploring and enjoying the back trails of this beautiful state and beyond. Come ride with us! We are excited you have found us and hope you become interested in joining our club.
We are a federally registered 501 (c) (7) social club with an official roster of dues-paying members. CQR events can be a single day of riding, a weekend trip, or a week-long campout. We are a pet-friendly group as well. We believe in riding safely with others. Our ride leaders are familiar with the geography and use maps & GPS devices. We are always looking for new places to go and explore. New members often bring that knowledge and experience to the club. Members use a variety of machines, such as utility or sport quads and 2 or 4 passenger side-by-sides. We require everyone to wear a DOT-approved helmet.
We work with the BLM and US Forest Service on trail projects. We partner with Stay-The-Trail, and COHVCO to support our riding community. There is a wealth of trail knowledge in this club and an opportunity to learn more from new members.
Cortez Timberline Trail Riders (CTTR)
No info available
Gunnison Off Highway Alliance of Trail Riders (GOATS)
The Gunnison Valley OHV Alliance of Trailriders’ mission is to protect your right to ride through many active campaigns. Protecting your right to ride by representing your interests with the US Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management is first and foremost. Since 2010, The Gunnison Valley OHV Alliance of Trailriders has led the effort to permanently protect over 500 miles of off-highway recreational use trails. We have been at the forefront of nearly every local trail project and cause.
Crested Butte, CO. 81244
Mountain Trail Axes (MTA)
No info available
Motorcycle Trail Riders Association (MTRA)
A club that represents the interests of Western Slope motorcycle trail riders through involvement in the process that makes our use possible.
Northern Colorado Trail Riders (NCTR)
“We don’t stop riding because we get old, we get old because we stop riding.”
Northern Colorado Trail Riders is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to preserving motorized recreation opportunities in Northern Colorado. During the riding season, the club organizes trail rides nearly every weekend for a wide variety of skill levels. We are heavily involved with building and maintaining single-track multi-use trails in the North Park area, volunteers are always appreciated.
Northern Colorado Trail Riders
P.O. Box 273344
Fort Collins, CO 80527
Public Access Preservation Alliance (PAPA)
The Public Access Preservation Association (PAPA) is a regional recreation group that supports and champions access and responsible use of public lands and encourages individual environmental stewardship. PAPA represents individuals, organizations, and business members.
The PAPA mission is to promote balanced, unbiased, responsible use of public lands in collaboration with recreational users of all interests (hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, horseback riding, backcountry skiing, hunting, trail motorcycling, parasailing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, ATV riding), advocating respect, education, and conservation of the environment.
P.O. Box 4220
Telluride, CO 81435
Rampart Range Motorized Management Committee (RRMMC)
The RRMMC is an all-volunteer, nonprofit corporation founded in 1972 to work with the Forest Service to promote and preserve the riding opportunities in the Rampart Range. We are also an AMA Chartered Off-Road Club. The present RRMMC is the result of the efforts of an unknown number of off-road enthusiasts whose commitment to the area began in the mid-1940s when local residents began to exercise their Harleys and Triumphs on the old roads and game trails. Beginning in the late 1960s, with the introduction of inexpensive Japanese trail bikes more suited to exploring the roads and trails, more people began to enjoy the area. Some of the long-time enthusiasts recognized the need to develop a plan to preserve the off-road motorcycle riding opportunities in the area. The foresight of this group led to the birth of the RRMMC, whose charter was to cooperate with the Forest Service to develop a management plan for off-road motorcycle use on the Rampart Range. A significant part of the early plan involved the mapping, marking, and maintenance of trails, and where necessary, the rerouting of trails.
In 1979, in an attempt to provide a stable source of funding for the activities of the RRMMC, the group began hosting a non-competitive poker run on the trails of Rampart for dirt bike riders. This tradition continues today with the annual Spring and Fall Poker Runs, usually held in mid-June and mid to late-September.
The current activities and concerns of the RRMMC are much the same as they were in the 1970s, but the job is much larger now. The number of people using the area and the variety of activities that they enjoy is much greater than they were 40, or even 15 years ago. The recent popularity of the ATV has forever changed the face of Rampart and our scope has had to expand to preserve riding opportunities for all of us whether we ride a dirt bike or an ATV.
The RRMMC has been fortunate to be a major participant in the OHV grant process. Money derived from the OHV registration program is distributed to the OHV community across the state through grants approved by the Colorado Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation and the OHV Committee of the state Recreational Trails Program. RRMMC has been awarded many dollars since the program’s inception. That money has gone to support the committee’s “on the ground” activities and to supplement the money that the South Platte Ranger District receives through the U.S. Forest Service.
Englewood, CO. 80155
Email: on website at rampartrange.org/contact
Ride with Respect (RwR)
Ride with Respect aims to protect natural resources while accommodating diverse recreation on public land. We reach this goal through trail/restoration projects and educational programs. In combination, these initiatives work to concentrate vehicle travel to established roads and trails.
Off-trail travel most often results from confusion. Ride with Respect delineates appropriate routes through positive and negative trail marking. We improve trail conditions to minimize their deterioration and consequent widening. By documenting the effects of our trail work, we further general knowledge of techniques that ensure recreation is a renewable resource.
Off-trail travel is also caused by ignorance. We foster conscientious use by educating through interpretive signs and personal contacts. By offering certified rider-training classes, we instill environmental ethics and safety consciousness in children.
The founders of Ride with Respect are based in Moab, Utah. They have diverse backgrounds, with motorcycling as a common thread. They represent the interests of all recreationists.
Ride with Respect depends on individual donations and public grants. Our non-profit and non-political posture enables us to work cooperatively with government agencies, often fulfilling duties that land managers do not have the means to carry out.
Curtailing off-trail travel preserves both future access to trails and the scenery surrounding them. Improving trails make travel more straightforward and enjoyable. Teaching people about their environment empowers them to act responsibly. Ride with Respect is a grass-roots effort that applies Tread lightly! and sustainable recreation concepts to practical use with tangible results.
Ride with Respect
395 McGill Avenue
Moab, UT 84532
Rocky Mountain Enduro Circuit (RMEC)
The rocky mountain enduro circuit is an organization that provides riders with an organized schedule of off-road specific events. While each race is run by an independent race promotor, RMEC manages the series points, yearend awards, and standards to which each race adheres.
3166 Eastwood Court
Boulder, CO 80304
Rocky Mountain Sport Riders (RMSR)
Rocky Mountain Sport Riders (RMSR) is a family-oriented motorcycle club dedicated to preserving and expanding riding opportunities for our members and others who enjoy riding dirt bikes in Colorado. We support balanced and responsible use of public lands while promoting respect, education, and stewardship of the environment. RMSR is recognized as the only entity representing and protecting the rights of off-road motorcycle users in the Vail Valley by the US Forest Service, the BLM, Eagle County, and most local governments in the Valley.
The club began to take shape in 1996 and became a non-profit, 501(c)3 in 2013. We have over 440 members and growing. We encourage everyone to become a member. Annual dues are only $20 with minors under 18 free. Members receive a club logo sticker, possible discounts at local shops, and more importantly provide financial support for our activities, including trail building and maintenance as well as the management of the Dry Lake MX Park. Every dollar we receive goes right back into maintaining your off-road motorcycle privileges whether that be on our facility or public land!
San Juan Trail Riders (SJTR)
The San Juan Trail Riders is a volunteer organization with its principal goal focused on preserving the sport of motorized single-track trail riding. We act as an advocate for OHV recreation and take the necessary actions to ensure that both the U.S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management allocate a fair and equitable percentage of access to trail riding on public lands, educate user groups on trail etiquette, and support the establishment and operation of local, off-road motorcycle clubs.
Our goals are to:
- Advocate for Off-Highway use of public lands
- Enhance awareness multi user-groups and public lands
- Build relationships with land managers and other user groups
Some of our greatest accomplishments are:
- Funding and implementation of 100+ mile Turkey Springs/Devil Mountain trail system in the Pagosa Ranger District
- Hermosa Drainage
- Securing motorized designation for Starvation Creek, Rampart Hills, Upper Chicken Creek, Morrison, Deer Lick Creek, Box Canyon & Gold Run Trails and development of Bear Creek Rim Trail in the Dolores Ranger District
Summit County Off Road Riders (SCORR)
SCORR works with the local USFS Dillon Ranger District and Friends of the Dillon Ranger District for building and maintaining single-track trails. These are located on Tenderfoot Mountain between Dillon and Keystone with many more miles of single-track trails in the Breckenridge Golden Horseshoe area between Tiger Road and French Gulch.
Please become one of our motorized representatives by volunteering, attending workshops, and contributing to fundraisers. SCORR does not have regular meetings, rides or newsletters. Our member list is simply used to provide a group total for our grant applications. We currently have over 450 members. The bulk of our grants come from the Colorado State Parks and Wildlife OHV sticker program, almost one million dollars to date.
Frisco, CO 80443
Timberline Trail Riders (TTR)
20 Evans St
Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
Thunder Mountain Wheelers (TMW)
The Thunder Mountain Wheelers (TMW) is a nonprofit public service organization incorporated in the State of Colorado as a 501 (C) (4) Our mission as an All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) non-proﬁt organization is to unite Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts and supporters in an environmentally friendly atmosphere by promoting an attitude of public service, volunteerism, and safe responsible OHV riding practices, “While Using Not Abusing Our Public Lands”.
We partner with Public Land Managers and other interested groups to encourage and practice the development and implementation of environmentally responsible methods for the construction, reconstruction, preservation, and maintenance of ATV/UTV/OHV trails and full-size vehicle 4X4 roads that lead to a 50 inch or less trail on the Western Slope of the State of Colorado. We are strong advocates of the “Multiple Use” management philosophy of our Public Lands.
Delta, CO. 81416
Tomichi Trail Riders
We are a non-profit organization of like-minded, responsible, motorcyclists. Our goal is to protect and maintain singletrack motorcycle trails in Colorado.
We are riders and enthusiasts who have huge gratitude for our backyard. Our mission at WESTCORE is to keep our public lands in Western Colorado accessible to all user groups. Through responsible, cooperative usage, we strive to promote an atmosphere of shared stewardship and education.