Registration for 2019 is officially open!
Registration is limited, so hurry and get your spot! More info and registration here: www.colorado600.org
What is it?
The Colorado 600 is a five day ride and trail symposium through the mountains of southwestern Colorado.
Each day the riders will learn about what is facing the trail riding enthusiast and the issues facing our trails in Colorado and Utah. Riders are able to bring two or three bikes, giving them the option of single track, dual-sport or adventure trails. You get to choose your ride for the day based on what you are in the mood for.
All proceeds from the ride will go to support the Colorado Trails Preservation Alliance, a Colorado 501c3 non-profit. The newly-formed TPA is focused on preserving motorized, single-track trail riding.
Video from Rocky Mountain ATV MC
The Trails Preservation Alliance (TPA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting responsible trail riding and keeping trails open. The TPA is an OHV advocate and works to ensure that the interests of off-road enthusiasts are fairly and appropriately represented to the USFS and BLM. The TPA is based out of Colorado but also fights for trail preservation in nearby states as well, including New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming and South Dakota… Read full article at Rocky Mountain ATV MC website›
Video from Dirt Rider Magazine about the 2015 Colorado 600:
Out of all of the riding events held throughout the year, the Colorado 600 is one of the rides that we look forward to the most. Not only are the trails, riders, and sponsors great, it is an symposium to talk about land access and trail system issues. We always walk away more knowledgeable, better informed, and with a positive outlook on the future of our sport.
2010 Inaugural Ride