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Partnerships - RRMMC

Partnerships

The following businesses and organizations collaborate with the Rampart Range Motorcycle Management Committee and the Rampart Range area for various services or function as like-minded organizations.

 

Collaborations
Douglas County Search and Rescue These are the folks that can save our lives when we get in to trouble.
ARES District 24 Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) for Douglas and Elbert Counties in Colorado. Among other things, these folks help us out with communications during our poker runs. Give 'em a pat on the back and say thanks.
MotoRidePhoto These guys do the photography at the Poker Run events since 2010. You can also order Rampart trail maps from them.
Avenza An app for your phone with geospatial mapping tools. You can also order the Rampart map from them.
Great Outdoors Consultants The company that creates the maps for Rampart Range, Rainbow Falls, North Divide, and many other areas.
 
 
Land Managers
  United States Forest Service
  Colorado Parks and Wildlife
  Bureau of Land Management
 
Rights and Education
Stay the Trail Colorado project to promote responsible OHV use.
Trails Preservation Alliance The Trails Preservation Alliance (TPA) is a grassroots, 100 percent volunteer not for profit group, composed of Colorado motorcycle trail riders to preserve single track trails in Colorado and to inform the public about issues facing our sport.
COHVCO Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Coalition. Heads the effort to keep offroad recreation available for all of us. Support their efforts with your membership.
COSC & VOC Colorado Outdoor Stewardship Coalition. Hosted by Volunteers for Outdoor Colorado, COSC is a collaboration of nonprofit stewardship organizations and federal, state, and local land managers that promotes stewardship of Colorado’s outdoors, elevating the awareness and engagement of all Coloradans in caring for the state’s outdoor spaces.
NOHVCC The National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council.
BRC Blue Ribbon Coalition is a national organization working to keep trails open.
American Motorcyclist Association American Motorcyclist Association. Rights. Riding. Racing.
USA-ALL Utah Shared Alliance. Working to keep OHV opportunities in Utah.
ARRA Americans for Responsible Recreational Access. National organization promoting responsible use.
VOC Working with Colorado land management agencies to build and rehabilitate trails.
Tread Lightly! Programs and efforts in education and restoration to further the goals of responsible and ethical recreation.
Motorcycle Industry Council The Motorcycle Industry Council (MIC) is a not-for-profit, national trade association created to promote and preserve motorcycling and the U.S. motorcycle industry.
Motorcycle Safety Foundation The MSF works with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), state governments, the military and other organizations to improve motorcyclist education, training and operator licensing.
MSF Dirt Bike School The MSF Dirt Bike School.
ABATE of Colorado ABATE (A Brotherhood Active Towards Education) of Colorado is a non-profit motorcyclists' rights organization dedicated to preserving individual freedom and promoting safety.
CORVA California Off Road Vehicle Association
NOHVA Nebraska Off Highway Vehicle Association
Ride With Respect Ride with Respect aims to protect natural resources while accommodating diverse recreation on public land. In conjunction with the State of Utah, divisions of Parks & Recreation, School & Institutional Trust Lands, Forestry, Fire & State Lands, and the Moab Trails Alliance, Ride with Respect constructed and maintains the Sovereign Trail System in Moab, UT.
Ride Stealth Non-profit site with information about the sound issue. Promoting the concept that Loud Sucks!
TrailsInTrouble.org A very well done site with information about the US Forest Service Travel Management Plan. Includes a great video you can watch online to get you up to speed on the issues.
High Rocky Riders Buena Vista off road club which welcomes all types of OHV users.
New Mexico OHV Association The New Mexico Off Highway Vehicle Alliance is a statewide incorporated alliance of motorized off-highway vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts that promotes responsible OHV recreation through education, safety training, land conservation and access, in cooperation with public and private interests, to ensure a positive future for OHV recreation in New Mexico.