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  1. Hey everyone! Ya'll have been so great and welcoming to our new Ambassador program, we wanted to be sure that Quad Crazy was getting info directly from us about the Stay The Trail educational program too. The program was started in 2003 with the purpose of educating the public about responsible trail use and fostering a sense of stewardship among OHV enthusiasts. The "Where To Go" section of our website is another great resource for anyone looking for trail info. We host all of the Motor Vehicle Use Maps (MVUM) and overlay them on the Google mapping system. We want this site to be the place you go to for trail maps as you plan a run. The MVUM maps show what trails are open for what types of vehicles. If a trail is not on these maps, it is not an open trail. We attend events and set up at trailheads throughout the season to ensure that folks are getting the info and education they need to be responsible on public trails. We have posters and brochures that quickly review these guidelines (all of the Etiquette info can also be found on the website). Very soon, we will have a HUGE announcement about mobile mapping options! Sam and Matt are going to be around on the forum, keeping everyone updated on what is new with the program and answering questions. Feel free to ask us any questions! Oh – and don’t forget to follow us on FACEBOOK!
  2. Hey every one im from Grand Junction, Co and I just got a 1998 Polaris Trailblazer 250 the otherday for Free! The guy swapped the motor and trans out of a 1994 Sportsman 400 in it. It needs some work though. He said he was riding it one day and it just died. He just towed it home and bought a new one. Im pretty sure its not the piston because it has about 90psi of compression. Iv heard they have carb problems that makes them not start, i took it apart and cleaned it but havent tried starting it yet. If anyone has suggestions let me know
  3. http://www.corcs.net/untitled.html i spoke with the promoters. they are looking for help whenever they can get it.
  4. Ended up at the Core with Stoopidbot and his Dad-Willypop-Jonny450R and Bill Weiser and a friend of Mikes had a 450 Cam-Am :yes:Beats sittin on the couch :laugh:Becides Stoopidbot needs training for the up coming race season :prod::partyc: Mikes Dads bike This Mike roosting but zoom wouldn`t get close enough It was a blast still
  5. The Ice Races in Rainbow Fall start on the 1-9-11 Great family fun. I believe there are 5 this year I will post pics from them Have some from last year if I can find them
  6. I'm following some of my riding guys over here from another forum....I have an 05 TRX and a Warrior I picked up for my girlfriend.
  7. Newbie from Colorado runnin a 05 TRX 450R just checkin in :sifonec:
  8. hey all, thought I'd share some pics from my ride this weekend to introduce myself. Went looking for a good place to snowmobile this winter and ended up having a GREAT ride and discovering a great trail. Jones Pass, about 50 miles west of Denver. The panoramic pics on here were taken from the top of Jones Pass which is also the Continental Divide at 12,400'. I posted a write up over at http://www.quadswest.com under the mountain trails section, but I wanted to share some of the great pics and show everybody what an awesome place Colorado is for wheelin.
  9. BLUERIBBON COALITION ACTION ALERT! SOME OF COLORADO'S LAST REMAINING HIGH MOUNTAIN TRAILS AT RISK IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUESTED. Dear BRC Action Alert Subscriber, The comment deadline is approaching on a draft Travel Plan for a very popular OHV area in Colorado. The Taylor Park / Gunnison Basin Travel Plan is out for public review and comment, and the deadline is next week, JUNE 3, 2009. We are sending this Colorado-based action alert to our national alert list because the area involved, commonly known as Taylor Park, is popular with BRC members from California to Florida. This is some of Colorado's last remaining high-mountain OHV trail opportunity left. The area contains miles of some of the best world-class single-track motorcycle, ATV and 4x4 trails in the nation. Each mile is precious and several popular trails are proposed for closure. Will you help keep the trails open by sending a quick comment letter via email? In order to save you time away from work and family, we've included one of BRC's INSANELY easy 3-Step Action Items to help you send your email. Remember, the deadline is next week (June 3), so please do it today! As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact BRC. Thanks in advance for your support, Brian Hawthorne Ric Foster Public Lands Policy Director Public Lands Department Manager 208-237-1008 ext 102 208-237-1008 ext 107 PS: State, local and national OHV and mountain bike groups are really working hard to keep these world-class trails open. But resources are always meager in comparison to the Wilderness lobby, and unlike what you are about to read in the Denver Post, we are not funded by the OHV manufacturers. Groups like BRC and COHVCO depend on memberships and donations from individual OHV enthusiasts to fund the work we do. To us, membership is our lifeblood. THANK YOU FOR YOUR MEMBERSHIP! BLUERIBBON COALITION ACTION ALERT! LAST CHANCE FOR COMMENTS ON THE TAYLOR PARK / GUNNISON BASIN TRAVEL PLAN SITUATION: For over 30 years now, Taylor Park, and trails across Colorado's upper Gunnison Basin and North Fork Valley region, has been a world-class recreation destination for OHV users. In relatively recent years, ever since the modern mountain bike was developed, the area has been a treasured destination by mountain bike enthusiasts. This plan will decide which roads and trails will be open for use by motorized vehicles and mountain bikes, which uses will be allowed on each route and whether there are any restrictions on the seasons of use for each route. To the Forest Service's credit, the draft travel plan proposes leaving many of the epic mountain bike and motorized trails open. However, they are missing a few of the more special routes. Several OHV groups in Colorado have dug into the details in this plan, and we are all working hard to defend our trails. Among the groups BRC is working with are the Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coalition (COHVCO) Colorado OHV Coalition, Trails Preservation Alliance (TPA) Colorado Trails Preservation Alliance - Home, Thunder Mountain Wheelers index.html and Western Slope 4-Wheelers Western Slope 4-Wheeler Home. WHAT YOU NEED TO DO: We are asking our members to send an emails to the Forest Service. Simple instructions are below. We've tried to make it as easy as possible. IMPORTANT: If you have had the pleasure to visit this spectacular area, and have the time to write a bit about how valuable these trails are, please do so! Comments must be in writing (paper or electronic) and must be received by June 3, 2009. Mail written comments to: Gunnison Basin Travel Management DEIS, 2250 Hwy 50, Delta, Co 81416. E-mail Comments To: [email protected] MORE INFO ON THE WEB: BRC encourages OHV and mountain bike enthusiasts to carefully view the maps on the web and check to see if the trails you use and enjoy are on any of the Alternatives. Gunnison National Forest Travel Management The Forest Service (FS) has formulated a "Proposed Action" Alternative (Alternative 2). Simply stated, this Alternative is what the agency wants to do. If your favorite roads and trails are not on this map, then it is extremely important that they hear from you!! Contact and other info, including copies of the DEIS and associated maps, are posted on the web at GMUG National Forest - Travel Management. They has also posted a helpful "how to comment" link on their website at http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/gmug/policy/travel_mgmt/gun/deis/How_to_comment.pdf For more information, please contact: Anne Janik at (970) 874-6637 or email to [email protected] or Gary Shellhorn at (970) 874-6666 or email to [email protected] BRC'S THREE-STEP ACTION ITEM STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO EMAIL YOUR COMMENTS: NOTE: Please be polite and, if possible, make your comment letter as personal as you can. STEP 1: Open your email program and start a draft email. Address the email to [email protected] Put "Comments on Gunnison Travel Plan" in the Subject Line. STEP 2: Use the comments below as a guideline for comments in your email. Cut and paste is okay, but try to make your comment letter as personal as possible. STEP 3: Take just a minute to add a bit about where you live, where you like to ride and how much trail-based recreation means to you. Be certain to include your name and address. A return email address is NOT sufficient! ("anonymous" emails are often discarded). EXTRA CREDIT: If you can add any trail-specific information or personal testimony about your experiences enjoying this spectacular area, please take a minute to add that to your email (see links above for maps and other info). Then click "send" and you're done! Sample comment letter: Gunnison Basin Travel Management DEIS 2250 Hwy 50 Delta, Co 81416 The Gunnison Basin has had a motorized and mountain bike recreational niche for many decades. Because of the growth in popularity of OHV and mountain bike use, and because of closures in other areas of Colorado, there is a need to enhance motorized and mountain bike trail based recreation on the Gunnison NF. Therefore, it incumbent on the decision maker to choose a travel plan that enhances the motorized and mountain bike trail experience. I would like emphasize this comment with a rhetorical question. Given the fact that other national forests in Colorado have designated vast areas for the exclusive use of non-motorized recreation, and subsequently closed many thousands of miles of motorized routes, does the Gunnison NF have a motorized niche because of the opportunities existing on the forest, or has the U.S. Forest Service created the motorized niche because the agency has displaced so much OHV use from other Forests? The answer is obvious: Both. The Gunnison has a motorized niche both because of the decades of use, but also because closures in other areas of Colorado are displacing more OHV people. Therefore, your preferred alternative, "Alternative 2 - The Proposed Action", which proposes yet more closures, is simply not logical. It also runs the risk of creating an unmanageable situation on the ground. It is essential that all efforts to "mitigate first - close last" be made in formulating your Final Plan. I strongly support the specific trail recommendations made by the Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coalition (COHVCO), the Trails Preservation Alliance (TPA), the Thunder Mountain Wheelers and the Western Slope 4-Wheelers. The Thunder Mountain Wheelers make some excellent recommendations, especially regarding FS Road # 701 (Stevens Gulch) and FS Road # 265 (Buzzard Divide Road) on the Paonia Ranger District. I support the Thunder Mountain Wheeler's suggestions on the Oil Well Mt. Trail, Buck Mesa / Thousand Acre Flats Trail, FS Road # 783 (Coal Gulch), trail # 804 (Buck Mesa), FS Road # 704.4D (Spring House Park) FS Road # 704.4D1 (Spring House Park) and trail # 806 (Thousand Acre Flats). I also support their recommendations regarding the Overland Park Loop, Raggeds Trail, Minnesota Creek, Deer Creek and the proposed Sheep Mountain and Dyer Creek loops. I strongly support the Trail Preservation Alliance's recommendations regarding the Crest Trail, Agate Creek, North Bank (lower Dr Park area), Roaring Judy, and Eyre Basin. Also, please adopt their recommendations for the Teocalli Ridge, Ferris Creek and Double Top Trail Systems. Sincerely. YOUR NAME YOUR ADDRESS
  10. Well in 3 hours and 44 minutes the green flag will drop. I will be running a 100 mile desert style in central Co. I'm not sure how many other quads are in my class but yesterday during practice there was about another 5. My average lap time was about 16 minutes on a 13 mile course. Lots of turns and plenty of high speed areas. colorado offroad extreme
  11. Hello all! My name is Jared and I have a 2007 Polaris Outlaw 525 IRS and a 2003 Kawasaki KFX 400. I stumbled across this site and was really impressed! Hopefully I will get the chance to contribute to the boards.
  12. All of the photos from the may photo contest got me thinking about riding trips... after all of the trips, one from back in 03 keeps coming back to me. Silverton sticks in my mind as the most memorable spot to ride. Nothing but ride open spaces and the occasional quad or jeep driving by... great place. And since I can't sleep, I thought I would post a few shots from the trip... Quad at the time... Rincon 650 Probably my first attempt at a ponorama Probably my second attempt at a ponorama
  13. Does anyone know of some good trails that are not totally covered by snow around Denver? Thanks

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