With options such as this from Fisch Moto there's no excuse for riding on public lands without a U.S.F.S. approved spark arrestor.
If you're concerned about the time it will take to ship from our neighbors to the north Jeff Slavens Racing here in Colorado stocks and sells them as well.When you have a beautiful exhaust like @zodillyicous but you want to ride legal. Fisch slip in Spark Arrestor is the move 👌🏻 ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
Tulsa Trail Riders' Paul Rodden was featured in American Motorcyclist Association magazine.
He is a true embodiment of the saying "You don't quit riding because you get old, you get old because you quit riding!"An inspiration to all OffRoad riders is to see a guy like Paul Rodden still living the dirt bike life after a lifetime behind bars. Thanks Paul!
Paul’s on his second Beta XTrainer300.....he put over 15,000km on the first one and is well on his way to wearing out the second one 😁
Paul is featured in the upcoming edition of American Motorcyclist Association magazine feature mint passionate riders from all over. ... See MoreSee Less
With all that's going on the world around us it's always nice to see positive things happening. Thanks to the great folks at Central Colorado Mountain Riders not only do we have new motorized singletrack in Colorado, but that singletrack has a new sign too! ... See MoreSee Less
Our Trail Angels hardly ever rest. They went over and cleared Priest Gulch & South Calico Trails in the USFS Dolores Ranger Station of the USDA Forest Service - San Juan National Forest today.
Great work guys!
#KlimLife ... See MoreSee Less
The Fun Center Cycles guys headed south to enjoy cooler temperatures and ￼hero dirt after this weekends rains.Miles from nowhere but right at home! Tacky dirt with all the rains make for fantastic ride days!
#ktm350xcf #kx450f #funcentercycles ... See MoreSee Less
Today (July 24, 2020) is the last day to submit your public comment!
The Revised Draft Environmental Assessment can be found here: www.fs.usda.gov/nfs/11558/www/nepa/112188_FSPLT3_5317061.pdf?fbclid=IwAR2YvfX9YfzxlA4UsmNj5f-UuvI...
The USFS page is currently down but you can still submit a comment here: cara.ecosystem-management.org/Public//CommentInput?Project=56748&fbclid=IwAR3c0IXI9tKvhNd_g3r4dcB...
To read San Juan Trail Riders, Colorado Trails Preservation Alliance & Public Access Preservation Association (PAPA) comments for the previous EA please visit: www.coloradotpa.org/2020/03/20/rico-west-dolores-trails-project-draft-environmental-assessment-co...
Thank you for those who take the time to participate in the process. ... See MoreSee Less
#TrailAngels ride among us and like the folks at MoTo Cafe Durango llc we’re super thankful to have them as part of our community.I couldn’t believe how many trees needed to be cleared off of Eagle Peak after that last wind storm. Thank you so much for the chainsaw time...you know who you are!
#chainsawhero #dirtbikerico #ricodirtbike #eaglepeaktrail #calicotrail ... See MoreSee Less
A friendly reminder from Director of Environmental Affairs - United Four Wheel Drive Associations:Communication while on the trail is important. When meeting others, give them a signal of how many are in your party so they know how many to expect behind you. ... See MoreSee Less
Hopefully we’ll receive some much needed moisture.🤞
Be sure to pack your rain jacket when riding and be weather aware.A plume of monsoonal moisture affecting eastern Utah and western Colorado is looking increasingly likely by mid to late week. With high pressure located to our east and an area of low pressure centered off the California coast, deep moisture will be drawn northward into the Four Corners region and result in increased shower and thunderstorm activity. Showers and storms will be most favored in the central and southern mountains, and can produce locally moderate to heavy rainfall. Additionally, showers and storms have the potential to be slow-moving. This would increase the risk for flash flooding, particularly near burn scars. Keep checking back for updates through the week as we get closer. ... See MoreSee Less
Don’t forget! We as motorized users need to step up our Public Relations efforts. ... See MoreSee Less
We understand the tremendous amount of work motorized trail users contribute to ensure that all trail users have a positive experience. When motorized trail users make mistakes the opposition uses social media to make sure a wide audience notices. We as a user group need to do a much better job at Public Relations and share the things we already do.
So this weekend when you see trash at your favorite trailhead or along the trail, pick it up like you always do, take a picture and post it on social media.
#trailangels ... See MoreSee Less