About - San Juan Trail Riders
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San Juan Trail Riders – Established 1998

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

Whether you’re an active member or just interested in knowing more
about San Juan Trail Riders, we’d like to hear from you!


Board of Directors:

Each of these positions holds a two year term. The Board of Directors meet on the 3rd Wednesday off each month at 6:30 pm. The meeting place varies. Any member is welcome and encouraged to attend these meetings.