• Basalt Mountain Trail Work
  • Cattle Creek Project
  • Tino CMC Track
  • Basalt Mountain
  • Flag Pano
  • Making Trail
  • Kickin It
  • Lonepine Project
  • Cutting Trees
  • American Flag
  • Chris & Justin
  • Creek Assesment
  • Scott Fitzwilliams

Our Mission.

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


  • Alpine Bank
  • New York Pizza
  • Aspen Motorcycle Club
  • KTM of Aspen
  • White Knuckle Garage
  • Motovate Racing
  • Rocky Mountain Sport Riders of Colorado
  • Trails Preservation Alliance
  • Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coaliton
  • Gunnison Valley OHV Alliance of Trailriders
  • Mount Sopris Rec Riders
  • White River National Forest
  • White River Forest Alliance
  • Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers
  • CBTRA 2021
    i May 14, 2021

    Greetings,   Here we go with another summer of fun in the Roaring Fork Valley. Hopefully before the summer heat is upon us we have a nice cool and wet spring. NO WILDFIRES in 2021!   Outline: Forest Service Work Days Trail Opening Dates Basalt Mountain Late Opening Ambassador Program CBTRA Membership Common Sense Work Days:   Last... read more...

  • CBTRA 2020
    i June 02, 2020

    Hello CBTRA Members & Guest  Wow, it’s been a crazy year so far with the Covid-19 virus. All I can say is I’m so thankful that we live where we live. I hope everybody is feeling healthy and strong and ready to ride hard in 2020.  Our spring snow never really arrived. I sure hope we get another shot at some snow up in the high country but it’s not... read more...

  • Sunday July 28th Trail/Work Day
    i July 28, 2019

    Hey Everybody, We are having our first trail/work day for 2019 with the Forrest Service on Basalt Mountain, Sunday July 28th. We will be meeting at 9:00 a.m. at the Red Table OHV park lot off of Cottonwood Pass Rd. Sounds like we're gonna be doing some work just off of Red Table Rd and Mile Post 1 Trail. We usually work for approximately 3-4 hrs then after go for a little ride and then... read more...

What You Can Do?



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.


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.


Get Involved

Check out our Facebook, News page, sign up for our email updates and/or Join CBTRA. Check out and support our partners.


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.