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    X-ROADS of the ROCKIES Dual Sport Ride 2018

    X Roads 2018 in Salida, CO took place August 18-19 with 64 riders showing up and enjoying a 2 Day Dual Sport ride in the Heart of the Rockies. The Exit Tours Club ride covered almost 300 miles, took in 4 mountain ranges. 3 American River watersheds were ridden in the Rocky Mountains with as little pavement as possible to tie the loops together. A group dinner was held Friday where club members got acquainted and met new friends. Riders made the Journey and participated from as far away as New York, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Ohio, Texas, California, New Jersey, New Mexico, Kansas, and New Zealand. Also had a good contingent from Colorado. Several Father & Son Teams. Cold & Rain on Day 1, sunshine and 2 full days of riding were in order for the weekend. Dinner Friday night, 4 nights of camping, a hot springs pass, T-shirt, Jart Roll Charts & GPS tracks were included. And a Fun Singletrack ride on Monday. Day 1 short or long loops on Saturday of 136 and/or 146 miles started in a morning Rainstorm that brought temperatures down to the mid 40's. At elevation the cold Temp's caught a few riders off guard. Only 4 Riders retired early because of the cold and wet conditions. Everyone who hung in there was rewarded by no dust, traction and sunshine by the afternoon. The plan was 2 Passes over the Continental Divide and into the Collegiate Peaks and then into the Colorado River Headwaters. A little singletrack on the long loop and lunch & fuel on the Westside of the Divide and an alternate lunch & Fuel stop at 80 miles on the East side of the Divide was the first 2 thirds of the route. Then a fun loop over the Arkansas River, into the Mosquito Range and through the 4 mile OHV area. Up to Aspen Ridge and then a little challenge on an old historical Mine Cart path into the back of Salida's 'S' Mountain was the final Long loop excursion. The short loop was an easy cruise with a view down a dirt road. Sunday dawned a little early for those who took in downtown Salida Saturday night, but Sunday was clear and warmer than the previous day. A nice breeze blew most of the day to keep the dust away. The Short loop on Day 2 was 120 miles, the long loop almost 150. After a fun loop below Mt. Shavano past Blank's Cabin, the next bit of history was the old Smeltertown smokestack. The route then went down the Arkansas River and along the Tennessee Pass Railroad line. A pass over and thru Sangre de Cristo Wilderness was reported to be moist and fun despite by a few despite the challenge of the steep 2,000 foot drop in the Northern San Luis Valley. The steep and rocky downhill into the Rio Grande River watershed was detested by a few but overall the Challenge was well received. It only took 3 1/2 hours for the fast guys to cover the first 80 miles of the 2nd day of the Dual Sport ride into Bonanza and the remote lunch stop under old Aspens in a nice green field. The last 60 miles of the long loop took over 4 hours by most. Old mine carts paths thru Aspens groves into the old mining town of Bonanza was the route. The long loop then included some tight switchbacks up to some almost inaccessible old Mines in the mountains above Bonanza, up to Treeline and 12,000 feet. From 12,000 feet the long route again dropped into the Northern San Luis Valley and the Rio Grande watershed from the Cochetopa Range. After a few cattle gates the route headed back up old mining roads into the Arkansas River Watershed. Both the Short and Long loop went over the Otto Mears Tollroad built in the 1860's. Then either followed a creek down to the bottom of Marshall Pass and Mears Junction or if you took the long loop, we saved the best for last and 10 miles of of killer Mtn Bike smooth Singletrack. 23 guys had not had enough and hung out for a 50 mile club ride on Monday that was fun easy half singletrack ride on the Continental Divide trail from Monarch Pass. Most guys said they really enjoyed the weekend and the routes. 55 club members started Day 2. 2 flats kept 2 guys from finishing and few people cut the route short as they has plans elsewhere. But overall a successful fun weekend Club Dual Sport ride.
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    Continental Divide

    This facebook link should work: https://www.facebook.com/HOTSPRINGSADVTOUR/
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    X-ROADS of the ROCKIES Pre-Ride

    NC, Most of this route would be ADV friendly if you can ride. Quite fun and entertaining really. The passes over the Divide nobody would claim are friendly. Passable ? Yes. This is actually a better ADV ride in the same area:
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    X-ROADS of the ROCKIES Pre-Ride

    Pre-ride of Day 2 of the X-Roads (Crossroads) of The Rockies Dual Sport Ride on August 18-19 2019. From the Chaffee County Fairgrounds. Present where Exit Tours Chief Instigator, Long-time Off Road enthusiast Craig Givant and former D-37 Women's Enduro Champ Michelle Cassella. Michelle road her new KLX 250. Which performed quite well with a minimum of Modifications. We rode the Short Loop of Day 2 which will be 127 Miles. The Long Loop which we skipped, will include Singletrack and a Loop over and down Whale Hill and will be right around 155 miles. Day 2 will start with a section below Mount Shavano and a Reset at Blanks Cabin. An old miners Cabin below Mt. Shavano. A stop at the old Smeltertown Smokestack , then dirt roads along the Tennessee Pass following the Arkansas River to up and then over Hayden Pass. The burnt area on Hayden Pass appears to be recovering quite well. The ride down the west side of Hayden Pass was not near as rocky as in the past, but it's still early in the year. And once Jeeps start coming up, it will get rougher. The view of the San Luis valley was as always, spectacular. After a section below the Sangre de Cristos with lotsa solid rocks in the ground, we did a fuel stop Craig Givant dropt fuel for at 70 miles. Then Lunch at 80 miles in an ancient Aspen grove in the Bonanza area. From lunch it was Old Mining roads and Aspen groves to the Rawley Mine, from where you can then decide if you want to do the 25 mile Long loop section. Which is the most challenging of the Day and up and over 12,000 feet. If you decide to do the short Loop, you short cut to the Otto Mears Toll road built in the 1870s. Which goes up an over where the Sangre de Cristo's tie into the Collegiate Peaks. Then you will have the Option of riding some awesome Singletrack down the Rainbow trail to the old of townsite of Shirley and Pavement back to the Fairgrounds in Poncha Springs. A 127 mile Dual Sport ride in the Rocky Mountains, if you stop to site see and take photos should take around 7 hours and would get you back to the Fairgrounds in time to enjoy the Camaraderie of others. And then there is Mondays 75 mile half Singletrack ride... More Info here on X Roads: http://www.coloradodualsport.com/home/ X- Roads SIGN -UP LINK: https://form.jotform.com/exittoursmc/x-roads-of-the-rockies-dual-sport-r https://advtours.com/ride-info-links/
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    PONDEROSA LODGE ADVENTURE RIDE JULY 20-22

    INFO HERE: https://advtours.com/ponderosa-lodge/ This ride is Limited to 12 Riders because of Lodging Parameters. Lodging is Single Occupancy. 5 Meals are Included. 3 dinners and 2 Breakfasts. A Hot Springs Pool Pass is Included. T- Shirt, Finisher Pin. Camaraderie of Like-Minded Enthusiasts. Your Significant Other is welcome to attend. Your welcome to ride on your own or with a friend if wish. We will not ride in one group. Unless everybody wants to. There are Multiple Options for rides from this Outstanding Location. For a Quick overview on the Event Calendar go Here: https://advtours.com/event/ponderosa-lodge-adv-moto-tour/
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    Memorial Weekend Ride to the Great Sand Dunes in Colorado

    A few more Pix of Heading in the back way into the Great Sand Dunes. Rocks on Canero Pass on Day 2. Route Map to the Great Sand Dunes Pool. If 5 Days of this sounds like fun check out HotSpringsTour.CO ?
  7. Sunday on Memorial Day weekend some of the Guys with Exit Tours Motorcycle Club did an Epic Ride to the Great Sand Dunes in Colorado's San Luis Valley. A Pre-Ride of Day 1 of the 5 day HotSpringsADVTour this Autumn. We departed Cottonwood Hot Springs in Buena Vista and headed up Trout Creek pass to Dirt and Aspen Ridge. Took Aspen Ridge and its epic views of the Continental Divide south towards Salida, but then took a left and headed East in the dirt towards Cotopaxi and the Arkansas River. Gas at Lunch at the Store in Cotopaxi, then took 1A to Hwy 69. Hung a Left on 69 and then picked up Gulch road East towards the Royal Gorge. From there it was some excellent paved twistys and then multiple fun dirt switchbacks into Temple Canyon Park. From Temple Canyon Park your almost in Canon City, but if you take the correct route you can avoid the city and you end up on Oak Creek Grade. After an supreme climb up the Mountain , your then headed down into a canyon and neat rock formations on your way down to Silvercliff in the Wet Mountain Valley. Fuel and snacks in Silvercliff and then again down Hwy 69 to Medano Pass. Nobody rides or enters the Great Sand Dunes from this direction. No Rangers and no fees on this end of the National Monument. After passing bye where the Buffalo Roam, and a leisurely ride, Your then challenged by the switchbacks up to the top of 10,000 foot + Medano Pass. From the Top of Medano your headed down the Medano Canyon drainage into the back of the Great Sand Dunes. Multiple Creek crossings which where quite low for this time of the year. The Sand is quite soft on Medano Pass road and if you dont have a 21" inch front wheel, are not adept at staying on the Throttle and maintaining momentum, you will struggle. You May want to avoid to Medano Pass and take La Veta Pass around Mt. Blanca and come into the Dunes from the South. Word of warning. If you can ride and have a suitable bike with a knobby, by all means take the challenge of Medano Pass. Worth the views and a super fun ride. From The Sand Dunes we had made reservations at the Great Sand Dunes Lodge. Where views are spectacular and nights are quiet. But of course we had to visit the Great Sand Dunes Pool and their new Beer & Wine bar. Quite a few kids in the usually serene Pool. On Memorial Day weekend. So we avoided a dip in the pool. Sunday we had another Epic Ride that was not a Pre-ride, but fun nothing the less. Rode across the San Luis Valley and picked up a dirt road on the west side of the San Luis Valley and then up to Penitente Canyon, which is an Internationally recognized Rock Climbers Paradise. From Penitente Canyon there is a neat Pass west over the Mountains at 10,000+ feet thru the wilderness that takes you Hwy to 114. Old Cowtown Resort sits just a 1/2 mile from where Canero Canyon hits Hwy 114, and we had alerted the staff we where headed their way for Lunch and Drinks. The Good people at Old Cowtown Resort were quite accommodating, and after a a quick nap on the porch after an excellent meal, we headed East again. Old Cowtown Resort sits in a Valley and on a road that was the Hoagland Stagecoach stop used in the 1800s. Hence the Stage Road is the shortest route into Saguache and Fuel. From Saguache, the Little Known Ute Pass (1 of several Ute Passes) takes you up and over the mountain and drops you into the Bonanza Mining area. From Bonanza we took the Otto Mears Tollroad, (Which only had snow in a few small areas) up an over the Extreme West end of the Sangre de Cristo's and down into the the Silvercreek basin. Which then drops you out at the old mining town of Shirley and the East end of Marshall Pass. By the time we had gotten back to Buena Vista and Mountain Tech Motorsports after our last dirt Stint from Fisherman's Bridge on the Arkansas river to Trout Creek Pass we had covered over 500 miles. Captain Jack Bongiovanni, The Honda Africa Twin guy and Exit Tours MC Chief Instigator Michael Brown had an outstanding 2 days of riding and hauling butt in the dirt and on the pavement. Bongiovanni's '04 990 KTM may have had a few small issues, but the Africa Twin Never missed a beat. Other than his hard saddle bags almost causing him grief when the going got rocky. Brown's DR 650 was a weapon in the tight stuff and the soft dune road, and the DR's running out of gas once was the only issue for the weekend. See Fun Photos below and feel free to comment ?
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    Mothers Day Ride @ Old Cowtown Resort, Colorado

    Last weekend for Mothers Day Old Cowtown Resort near Saguache, Colorado held an Open House. A few fortunate Club members were invited on a all inclusive free weekend ride. Hotel Rooms, Meals, beers and epic riding all included. At no cost thanks to the new owners of Old Cowtown Resort. We went for a Ride in the Bonanza OHV area in Saguache County, Colorado. The Rio Grande National Forest's old mining roads and logging roads were the Vast playground for the day, and eventually led up to the Old Chicago Mine @ 12,000 feet. Which after Colorado's weak snow this year, was already Snow free. On Mothers Day ! Those who enjoyed a Beautiful Day riding in the Headwaters of 3 Major American Rivers (The Colorado, Arkansas & Rio Grande) included Tom Bishop and Adam Babb from Albuquerque, NM. Former ISDE and National Enduro hero Fred Hoess, riding a borrowed DR 650, he rode the wheels off of. Who said a DR 650 cant be ridden competitively ? Erik Nijkamp with www.offroadchampions.com who is a longtime supporter of the US ISDE Team. Former American MXGP rider and So Cal Transplant, now Local Fast Guy Bryant "Angry Elf" Hayward and Exit Tours MC Michael Brown acting as Host, Mining History & ride Guide. Check the fun photos below? If you think you may want to ride some of the same fun stuff, investigate: www.Colorado2day.com Check this Link for a Club Previous Event at Old Cowtown Resort: http://www.coloradodualsport.com/home/about-us/gallery/category/4-old-cowtown-2013
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    San Andreas 300 May 2018

    San Andreas 300 - May 5 & 6 2018 Pozo to Ballinger Canyon & Back CaliDualSport.com The San Andreas 300 from Pozo to Ballinger Canyon on the May 5 & 6 weekend was a successful weekend ride participated in by 45 like-minded Dual Sport Enthusiasts. The Exit Tours Motorcycle Club event was a Club Ride of less than 75 participants and included Club Membership with sign up. The San Andreas 300 Dual Sport ride was all Inclusive and included camping and lodging on Private Property. Snacks, 2 Breakfasts, 2 make your own sandwich lunches and Luggage Portage to the Songdog Ranch in Ballinger Canyon. Along with 2 Fuel Stops in a remote location, Beers at this Club event, BBQ Saturday Night at Songdog Ranch and a Sunday after the ride BBQ in Pozo. T- Shirt, Finisher Pin and the Camaraderie of like-minded riders. Friday evening, the new owners of the Pozo Saloon were gracious enough to open the doors to us for a private party, just prior to the Public Grand Re-Opening the following day on Cinco de Mayo. Dinner, beverages and atmosphere were thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended. Saturday started with an excellent breakfast by Club Member Don Gross (DG). Two Riders meetings were held, one at 7 am for the early risers and a second around 8 am for those who couldn’t make it out to Pozo Friday night. From the Oak studded Ranch in beautiful Central Cali, the route headed out onto two miles of pavement and then proceeded to head to the top of Las Chiches, a Challenging route in Pozo that just about everyone conquered. Only one Helicopter Flight was required to evacuate one heat exhausted individual. The Flight and Landing was aptly called in by our satellite phone equipped talented Out-Riding Crew. Although the evacuated individual was unable to continue with the ride, he was able to make it to the BBQ in Ballinger Canyon Saturday evening with his Buddy and Truck. From the challenge of the steep and rocky 20 mile loop through Pozo, which included some new single track, the route then picked up 20 miles of pavement. As this was a Dual Sport ride for street Legal Motorcycles. From the Pavement we headed West along the Soda Lake Valley and the Carizzo Plain National Monument. Skirting the National monument on it’s fenceline along and on Top of 27 miles of Mountain Range. Epic views and 2 Track with very few whoops were the order of the day, and included a few challenging uphill’s and downhills. Once at the West end of Soda Lake, it was a quick jaunt on the Hwy to Ballinger Canyon and after 95 miles it was time for the first remote fuel stop. Followed by lunch and beverages at the Songdog Ranch. From Lunch we then rode a fun and flowing 29 mile loop in Ballinger Canyon. Which included trails that were used in the past at the Leapin’ Lizard Enduro, ridden in the last Enduro in 1993. After everyone was accounted for, we settled in on the Mesa at Songdog Ranch as our exclusive campground for Saturday Night. Lodging in the Strawbale Lodge was taken by half the crew, with the other 20 + camping throughout the Mesa. Everyone's gear was portaged in the trailer, from Tent's to cots and/or guys slept under awnings on the bush studded Mesa. We all enjoyed an excellent Tri-Tip BBQ and beverages on Saturdat night, by Jenny Stith and her crew. In anticipation of Sunday’s ride, everyone turned in by 9:30 pm Saturday. Two VIPs who shall remain nameless, slept in the Bed & Breakfast in the main Lodge at Songdog Ranch. Funny. But only one of them complained. About trail Difficulty! Sunday mornings leg of the San Andreas 300 started with another excellent meal by Jenny and her crew. This time ultra thick Ham and French toast with cowboy coffee. After everyone had packed and loaded their overnight gear in the portage trailer, there were again 2 riders meeting’s so the early risers could hit the trail before the stragglers. The route on Sunday, Day 2 headed further West on the highway toward the Dick Smith Wilderness and Tinta Trail, which skirts the boundary of the wilderness. Tinta is a little ridden trail on par with anything in Colorado. For scenery or difficulty. Gotta love singletrack through the California Oak Trees, down trees and overgrown bushes so overgrown you can hardly see the trail. One gulch that was so steep you need help to traverse it. And rocky creek beds. Once you had traversed Tinta you got to ride thru the spectacular red rocks of Santa Barbara Canyon. Then cross the what could be really bad if it was flooding, a wide riverbed back to the Highway. After the 50 mile loop to start the day, it was back to Songdog Ranch for the 2nd remote fuel stop of the weekend and Lunch. Which everyone had cleared by 12:30. What a Sweet spot to gather at the Ranch in Ballinger Canyon. Jim the owner set us up with 2 shaded picnic tables and 2 clean Porta-Potties. From Lunch on Sunday we took a different fun 2 track route through the Carizzo National Monument past Soda Lake and some stellar views. Then after about 50 miles hit some pavement on the Highway, back to Pozo on a beautiful Oak lined road and then a spectacular ride over Pine Mountain, down the Stair Steps and back up to Las Chiches. Steep downhills, uphills and rocks of typical Pozo and back to the private the ranch, for another BBQ by DG (Don Gross). Beers were again included at this private shindig. More than a few stragglers took the Princess route over Pozo Summit and the Dirt road back to the Ranch. Thereby avoiding the awesome views from Pine Mountain but also the descent down the Stair Steps. The Steps are much more eroded than they were 25 years ago. But with walking down as the only option for those not named Cody Webb, there is no shame in walking your bike down the Stair Steps. And the ride and views over challenging Pine Mtn. that was missed by those who didn’t do it, should be regretted by the Princesses who by-passed Pine Mtn. Exit Tours MC of Colorado could not have pulled off the Once in a Lifetime ride without the help of club members and Local Enthusiasts. A tip of the Hat to Long time Exit Tours Board member Larry Heschke of Paso Robles, Penguin Advisor Josh Beene, BBQ’ist Don Gross (DG), Steve Javedan for manning the Gas barrels and driving his support truck. Drone Pilot and local fast guy Ryan Fogarty and CCMA member Carl Brandt for believing in the concept and coming thru like the Good Guy he is. Bosch’s John Nave was also instrumental in the club pulling this off. And we have to thank Pipeline Digital Media’s Todd Huffman for coming along, donating fun media and just being a fun guy to hang out with. Thanks Guys ! We also need to Thank Songdog Ranch for their Hospitality and owner, Jim Reveley and his daughter Jenny for their Support and Great Attitudes. And Last but not least, we have to give a big Golf clap and Thanks to Camp Hostess and Sign-In Guru Dindah McCullough for her unwavering support and hard work. A thoroughly Positive weekend with no real issues (Other than a Helicopter ride that ended well) and we all had fun time Riding our Dirt Bikes in a Part of California few people ever get the opportunity to visit or Venture into. For more on future Exit Tours MC Rides check this Page : https://advtours.com/
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    Colorado 2 Day rides

    Check these links for rides this summer in Colorado. If you can Ride, your invited. http://www.coloradodualsport.com/home/ https://advtours.com/dual-sport-rides/ https://advtours.com/2-day-adv-moto-tours-camps/ https://advtours.com/hot-springs-tour/ 2 fun.bmp
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    Throttle Therapy - Epic Conditions in Buena Vista, Colorado in late April

    Hey Eric, You were either at Cottonwood Hot Springs http://cottonwood-hot-springs.com/colorado/ Or Mount Princeton: https://mtprinceton.com/ Cottonwood is the more Rustic of the 2. Mt. Princeton is a Full on Rocky Mountain Resort. Both were Established in the 1870's We visit both on this Ride in September: http://hotspringstour.co/
  12. Exit Tours MC Ride Report 4 Mile OHV Area - Buena Vista, CO April 22 2018 Beautiful Day for a Ride on Sunday 4/22 from Mountain Tech Motorsports Beta in Buena Vista, Colorado. Snowed on Friday and Saturday. The 4 Mile OHV area is southern facing and mostly Decomposed Granite (DG) so traction was epic as most snow had melted by the 10 AM start time on Sunday in low 60 degree temps. We rode a 50 Mile loop with only half a mile of mud and slop. Ride started at Sean Barr’s shop Mountain Tech Motorsports with a short section of Sean' Super Enduro track with Sean Leading and guiding. If you couldn’t keep up Sean ‘s Guidelines were not to wait. Mike Brown and Matt Taber rode sweep or guided those who were Not quite on Mr. Barr’s Pace. The first 6 miles of the loop was the Most difficult. Nasty and Rocky uphill from the Carnage Canyon OHV Staging area to the Entire Triad Ridge Singletrack complex. Triad Ridge is a Purpose built for Motorcycles Singletrack designed and laid out by Exit Tours M/C board member Dudley Fecht and the Late Brett Beasly. Bitchen’ Singletrack trail thru and over rocks, with recent Alternate loops bypassing the Super Knarly Sections by Exit Tours MC and USFS Rangers. Knarly Sections still remain, but alternate route are well marked. From the Triad Ridge Singletrack complex it was wet sandwashes to more singletrack to another fun Uphill trail. Then the only snow and mud of the day on an ATV Trail near Aspen Ridge. ATV trail is long and rough but flows very well. The ride ended at the Ruby Mountain Rafting complex bordering Browns Canyon National Monument on the Arkansas River. From there it was 3 miles of dirt roads and less than 2 miles of Pavement back to the start at Mountain Tech Motorsports Beta. 21 Competent Riders showed up and are now Exit Tours Club Members. 2 Flat tires (On the same bike), 1 Ankle Injury. No major get-offs by an enthusiastic crew of Riders from Colorado and New Mexico. Longest Traveled was Ranger Tom Bishop and a friend from Albuquerque. We were graced with the Presence of 3 Standout women riders. Former US TEAM ISDE Member Suzy Barr Fann Moody, Current ISDE Standout and the super cool Nicole Bradford. Former D-37 Women’s Enduro Champ Michelle Casella drove up from Santa Fe , New Mexico. Michelle’s enthusiasm is infectious. Club VP Matt Taber bought Adult Beverages and a few new club members brought doughnuts in the morning. Good Time was had by all Riding our Dirt Bikes. Buena Vista means Beautiful View in Spanish. Is pronounced Boonie Vista by the locals
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    HOT SPRINGS ADV TOUR - ROCKY MTNS

    Hi Eric My apologies for what some may call a little harsh response. But to ride in Colorado your supposed to have a sticker. Supposed to. You dont have to. But its the right thing to do . California Differentiates between OHV and Street Legal Vehicles. In Colorado OHV's and 'Dual Sports' are all lumped together. It's very easy in Colorado to license a Dirt Bike, and in some Counties you can even, heaven forbid , drive a SxS on the street. We know a little bit about California. Chex this Link ? www.SanAndreas300.com
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    HOT SPRINGS ADV TOUR - ROCKY MTNS

    Erik Hall. You are Incorrect. See this Link: http://www.coloradodualsport.com/home/info/colorado-dual-sport-ohv-regulations Can you get away without purcahsing ? Probably. But your only hurting yourself. Dont be a Cheap Ass and Support the Colorado OHV Community. Or go ride somewhere else . 2 fun.bmp
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    HOT SPRINGS ADV TOUR - ROCKY MTNS

    Colorado OHV Permits are required any time you are riding offroad in Colorado. Can you get away without buying one ? Probably. If your riding a KLR you are no doubt cheap and will not want to purchase But if your riding Offroad in Colorado you are required to have one. The Fine is more than sticker. More Info on this Link: http://www.coloradodualsport.com/home/info/colorado-dual-sport-ohv-regulations
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