In the end, the only things we have are our memories. Motorcyclists thrive from telling stories of the best adventures they have had while on their latest bike. Adventure riding is at the height of its glory. From Dust to Glory to Long Way Down, these epic rides make our adrenaline flow. We watch and wonder how we as normal, hard working people could have the opportunity to participate in an event we could tell our friends and family about for years to come.
Now imagine you are on your motorcycle. Crisp, clean, pine musk air fills your senses. A narrow singletrack disappears over the crest of the meadow in front of you. You are living your own adventure in the middle of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado.
The Rocky Mountain Singletrack Colorado 2 Day adventure takes the guesswork out of planning your trip to the Rocky Mountains. Our pre-planned epic routes, outriders, catered meals, and tons of swag will make all of your riding buddies who don’t attend jealous for years to come. We have years of experience riding the best that Colorado trails has to offer. Our experience is passed on to you, so you may have the adventure of a lifetime.
The Tomichi Trading Post is our starting point and headquarters for this year’s event. We will start on Friday, July 19th with registration and dinner. There is a full bar on site for some evening refreshments. You will be given your rider packets and you can mingle with industry guests and sponsors.
Saturday morning will begin with breakfast, then on to the riders meeting. A sound test and spark arrestor check may happen prior to heading out for the day. Lunch will be catered on the route. Gas is available on the north and south route at the lunch stop. After a day of epic riding, we will meet back at Tomichi for dinner, drinks and storytelling. Industry professionals will be available to help with bike set-up and maintenance.
Sunday morning will begin with breakfast and riders meeting. Then it’s on to the second route—north or south, whichever you didn’t ride the day before. The weather is in July starting at 8,600 feet above sea level is cool and crisp and summer monsoon rains are prevalent in the afternoon and that makes for awesome trail conditions.
This adventure is made possible in part by relentless groups of people who fight to keep these trails open. The Colorado Trails Preservation Alliance (TPA) is a 501c3 non-profit organization that pays lawyers to fight for our right to ride. We will help the TPA by donating much needed monies to help keep our trails open.
The purpose of the adventure is to help raise money for the Sargents Volunteer Fire Department, the TPA, and other local organizations that fight for our right to ride and assist in the effort.