You may be saying, “There are already guidebooks out there for trails and free websites with lots of information. Why should I pay to use your website?” I agree, there are tons of guidebooks out there for jeeps, dirt bikes, quads, and side-by-sides. And there are tons of free websites with information on trails in Colorado. And to be honest, I’ve probably looked at almost all of them. But none of those guidebooks or websites are specifically designed for Dual Sport riding. Trust me! If you’re looking at a quad trail guidebook and it describes a trail as easy, that means it’s easy for a quad. That same trail on a heavy Dual Sport or Adventure motorcycle can be brutal.
So what I’ve done is researched and RIDDEN trails that are Dual Sport friendly (and a few that weren’t so friendly). I’ve taken all of the wrong turns down trails that continued through a stream and down a 2-foot waterfall or trails that simply ended at a closed gate onto private property. In short, I’ve ridden all the trails you DON’T want to ride so you can ride only the trails you DO want to ride. Then I’ve provided maps, GPS coordinates of trailheads, downloadable GPX files that you can import into your GPS unit, photos, videos, trail descriptions and ratings so you can head out and enjoy the amazing roads and trails without the hassle and hard work of researching and finding where to ride.