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Registration for the Poker Run and Awesome Autumn Dual Sport Ride will be ONLINE ONLY this year.  Sign up below!

RRMMC Meetings

Rampart Range Motorized Management Committee

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Meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of every month, (except November and December and COVID,) at 7pm at the Fay Myers Clubhouse.

Participate in the efforts to keep our trails open and meet other riders that are passionate about the sport.

The current activities and concerns of the RRMMC are much the same as they were in the 1970s, but the job is much larger now.

There is no cost to join the RRMMC, and there are no dues to pay. All we ask for is your time. Once you attend three meetings, you

View our full calendar below to see each upcoming date.

Maintaining the Trails

Rampart Range Motorized Management Committee

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Meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of every month, (except November and December and during COVID,) at 7pm at the Fay Myers Clubhouse

Participate in the efforts to keep our trails open and meet other riders that are passionate about the sport.

The current activities and concerns of the RRMMC are much the same as they were in the 1970s, but the job is much larger now.

There is no cost to join the RRMMC, and there are no dues to pay. All we ask for is your time. Once you attend three meetings, you

View our full calendar below to see each upcoming date.

Poker Runs

Rampart Range Motorized Management Committee

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Twice a year, the Rampart Range Motorcycle Management Committee sponsors a non-competitive Poker Run for off-road motorcycles (no ATV’s) and riders of all ages. There is a short course (approximately 15-25 miles) and a long course (approximately 50-55 miles). Riders of all abilities are welcome.

This a fundraiser for the RRMMC.  Prizes are donated by local dealerships and organizations, and volunteers are always welcome.

To register for the next Poker Run or learn more about the event, visit:  Poker Run

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Awesome Autumn

Rampart Range Motorized Management Committee

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Two days and over 200 miles of great dual sport riding on scenic trails, forest roads, 4wd routes, and mountain highways to view the awesome autumn colors of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. 

The Awesome Autumn is a fundraising event for the RRMMC.

To register for the next ride or learn more, visit Awesome Autumn

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Bear Track Enduro

7/2/1971182 Riders Compete in Annual Bear Track EnduroThey left promptly and eagerly, their bikes were clean, their equipment well organized and their confidence soaring.They returned much less eager, their confidence shaken. The bikes - those left running - were...

Just an Afternoon Ride

9/1/2003Just An Afternoon RideStory and photos by Derek TurnerNote: Derek admits that this story is a great example of why it's always a good idea to ride with a buddy. He was lucky and got out unharmed, but the situation could have gotten a lot worse had an injury,...

Rampart Range by Dirt Rider Magazine

11/1/1984RAMPART RANGEBy Robert SchleicherDirt Rider Magazine, November, 1984The classic plea of the surfer is to ask for that “perfect wave.” For dirt riders, it’s that “perfect trail.” But somewhere between the abandoned gravel pits and the Colorado Rockies lie the...

From the News Archives

In The News Below is a collection of news articles, press releases and web links that relate to Rampart Range. If you would like to submit a news item, use the contact form below. Note: Links which are crossed out were not accessible last time they were checked and...

Sprucewood: Motorcycle Paradise

1972 Sprucewood: A Motorcycle Paradise TEXT & PHOTOS BY TOM STRONGMAN(From Cycle World magazine, 1972) AT FIRST GLANCE it looks like any ordinary country bar. Nestled in the trees along the dusty, winding, gravel road, the rustic log building's two signs boast of...

Riders to the Rescue

10/25/1973Bike Riders Find Lost WomanSunday, October 21, 1973 - Mrs. Jean Carroll of Denver - 28 - became lost from a party from the Colorado University Mineral Class about 11:30 a.m. at the Virgin’s Bath Campground 12 miles south of 67 on Rampart Range...

Trail Clearing 2007

5/14/2007 HEAVY WINTER SNOWS MEAN LOTS OF SPRING TIMBER CLEARING The Rampart Range motorized recreation area is not that far from Denver and not that high in elevation as some of Colorado's higher elevation, backcountry trails. Yet when almost 10 feet of snow dumped...

Forest Thinning

1/1/2006Forest ThinningYou may occasionally notice temporary closures on some of the trails due to fuels reduction. The Forest Service has contracted with a company to improve the health and safety of the forest by a process called "fuels reduction" where excess trees...

The Remains of the Day

6/19/2005 THE REMAINS OF THE DAY AT RAMPART By Corey Corbett On my way back from a scheduled trail work party with the Rampart Range Motorcycle Management Committee, I had one more thing that I wanted to do. It was Sunday June 19, 2005, and it was...

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Updates

Trail Status: OPEN

Rampart Range Road Status: OPEN

FAQ

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