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.
Please look over the attached management plan. This type of plan was established as part of the Tenderfoot Mountain 21 mile single track trail approval. Send comments to email@example.com
On opening day (JUNE 22nd) we have a half-day trail workday scheduled. The Place is the Basalt Mountain trailhead parking lot and we plan on meeting at 8:30AM, the plan is to ride in to the Lone Pine area where the Forest service will have pre staged tools. If you prefer not to ride and rather walk in there a limited number of seats available. Contact the CBTRA website for additional information or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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