We advocate motorized use, rights, trail sustainability, personal responsibility and stewardship in the White River National Forest and surrounding areas.Join CBTRA Today!
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.
Let others know about CBTRA and what we do to advocate and protect motorized trail use in the White River National Forest areas.
Lead by example. Promote intelligent riding on our trails, being considerate to other users and their needs. Share the trail, stay the trail.
Several cases have affirmed the State's jurisdiction over rights-of-way: In Colorado v. Toll, 268 U.S. 278, 1925 - The National Park Service tried to assert exclusive control over the roads within the Park. The Supreme Court held that the creation of Rocky Mountain National Park did not take jurisdiction away from the State of Colorado over existing roads within the Park. Read the full letter here
CBTRA has been working to keep the Triangle peak trails open and the links from Rocky Ford trail and Miller creek open CBTRA members met with Will Rouche and Wilderness Workshop to discuss how we can maintain access to this area.