WELCOME DIRT ENTHUSIASTS!
The Rampart Range Motorcycle Management Committee (RRMMC) is an all-volunteer, nonprofit corporation founded in 1972 to work with the Forest Service to promote and preserve dirt bike trail riding opportunities in the Rampart Range area of Pike National Forest near Sedalia, Colorado. The trail system is located approximately 35 miles southwest of Denver and is open to motorized recreation such as motorcycles and ATV's under 50" width.
Rampart Range Road is CLOSED for the season (12/1/2013)
Rampart Range Road is now closed for the season. As of December 1st, the Forest Service has closed the gates. The trails remain open however for as long as conditions permit. You must park in the first parking lot off Highway 67 outside of the gates. Please be aware of rapidly changing conditions this time of year and be safe.
New maps are here! (8/22/2013)
All new totally redesigned trails maps hot off the presses! For the first time in over 10 years, the maps have a totally new look and a totally redeigned format. Of course they also include all the new trails. Get your copy today and go ride the new Turtle Mountain trail. For a list of local dealers or to order online see the Trail Information page.
Turtle Mountain Single Track is OPEN! (8/11/2013)
The grand opening of the new Turtle Mountain single track trail took place Sunday after the work party. The new section consists of 16.5 miles of new trail which connects the Skeleton trail which opened in 2011 to Devil Slide. Come check it out!
Rampart is now on Facebook! (4/30/2011)
As many of you have discovered, the RRMMC now has a page on Facebook! There you can post messages, read up to date information, see photos, and all that other fun Facebook stuff. We're already up over 100 members who "like" us! Just click on the Like button under the contents menu to the left, or visit our Facebook page.
Single Track Construction Status Report (8/20/2010)
Yes, its been a long time since you heard anything, but we are still hard at work. Construction has started on some of the new single track sections this summer. You can read more about it here.
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