• Scott Fitzwilliams

  • Creek Assesment

  • Tino CMC Track

  • Cattle Creek Project

  • Lonepine Project

  • American Flag

  • Chris & Justin

  • Kickin It

  • Basalt Mountain

  • Basalt Mountain Trail Work

What You Can Do?

Our Mission.

We advocate motorized use, rights, trail sustainability, personal responsibility and stewardship in the White River National Forest and surrounding areas.

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Volunteer

We organize a hand full of trail work days during riding season. We are working with the FS, BLM and partnering with other user groups to remediate damage to trails due to not only to moto use but by other users as well.

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Get The Message Out

Let others know about CBTRA and what we do to advocate and protect motorized trail use in the White River National Forest areas.

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Get Involved

Check out the Events and News pages, sign up for our email updates and/or Join CBTRA. Check out and support our partners.

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Share The Trails

Lead by example. Promote intelligent riding on our trails, being considerate to other users and their needs. Share the trail, stay the trail.

  • Trail Ambassador & Work Day

     Just a reminder to all trail riders that bow hunting season (Archery) is underway.  Give the bow hunters a break and limit your riding hours from 10 AM till 2PM.  Limiting our riding hours during Bow Season and Black Powder Season is part of motorized user’s accommodations to The Colorado Parks and Wildlife folks. 

    Trail Ambassador Program: The Trail Ambassador program is a volunteer program  for CBTRA members to work with the Forest Service. Volunteers will contribute their time by monitoring trails on motorcycles. This is not an enforcement role, through these monitoring efforts volunteers provide a positive image of their recreation activity, identify and record trail conditions, and educate OHV users on responsible use so we can keep our trails open.

    Two dates to keep in mind, September 19, and October 4th.  Sept 19 on Basalt Mountain we will have a Trail Ambassador ride in the morning, lunch will be provided and meet with Jon Thompson for a short class. Please RSVP at info@cbtra.org for this ride so we have a head count for food.

    On October 4th there is a work day (5 hours) on Green Gate. I will post additional details. A big turnout of riders will allow us to finish the reroutes on Green Gate.

  • Hunting Reminder & CBTRA Happenings

    Just a reminder to all trail riders that bow hunting season (Archery) is underway. Give the bow hunters a break and limit your riding hours from 10 AM till 2PM. Limiting our riding hours during Bow Season and Black Powder Season is part of motorized user’s accommodations to The Colorado Parks and Wildlife folks. CPW provides OHV trail maintenance monies to our area and in return we should respect this request. Keep in mind Green Gate is a prime bow hunting area. The fees from hunting licenses makes up major portion of the Colorado Division of Wildlife budget. Not to confuse things but the Colorado Parks and Colorado Division of Wildlife have merged. The wildlife group operates on funds received from the sale of hunting and fishing licenses.

    Two dates to keep in mind, September 19, and October 4th. Sept 19 on Basalt Mountain we will have a Trail Ambassador ride in the morning, lunch will be provided and meet with Jon Thompson for a short class. Please RSVP at info@cbtra.org for this ride so we have a head count for food.

    On October 4th there is a work day (5 hours) on Green Gate. I will post additional details. A big turnout of riders will allow us to finish the reroutes on Green Gate.

  • Future of The Castle Creek Valley

    Castle Creek Valley is seeing an ever increasing demand for recreational uses and has a rich educational, cultural and residential history. Come join the conversation and tell us why Castle special place to you.
     
    WHAT: Open House
    WHEN: Thursday, July 16th, 5 PM - 7 PM
    WHERE: Sister Cities Meeting Room, City Hall
     
    130 S. Galena St., Aspen
     
    Can't make the meeting? Please make your comments on 
    www.pitkincountyconnect.com
    Cindy Houben, Pitkin County Community Development Director:
     
    Martha Moran, USFS Recreation Manager: 970-963-2266
    For more information call: 
    970-920-5097
     

Our Partners

  • Alpine Bank
  • KTM of Aspen
  • White Knuckle Garage
  • Motovate Racing
  • Rocky Mountain Sport Riders of Colorado
  • Trails Preservation Alliance
  • Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coaliton
  • Mount Sopris Rec Riders
  • Gunnison Valley OHV Alliance of Trailriders
  • White River National Forest
  • White River Forest Alliance
  • Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers