Hard Work and Hard Play, Pagosa Trailriders Appreciated
The Pagosa Trailriders have a lot of fun. Out on the trails, they always pass by with a wave and big grins. That isn’t the entire story, they also do a lot of hard work on the trails they ride. Patty Brady is a San Juan Mountain Association volunteer in charge of the “Adopt-a-Road Program” and wants a big thanks given to the Trailriders. She stated, “ We’re very proud of Pagosa Trail Riders. Thanks to a great group.”
Keeping the trails open for all travelers!
The Pagosa Trail Riders (PTR) is an ATV Club whose members love to ride the roads and trails in Southwest Colorado. They promote education of responsible ATV/OHV riders in the National Forests. This group strives to preserve the lifestyle and the open space by the enhancement, maintenance, and sustainability of motorized trails by working with the USFS and the BLM. PTR works with and assists other user groups with various trail projects.
The Pagosa Trail Riders is a family oriented, diverse group of off road motorized vehicle owners and all types of experience levels are welcome. The Club accommodates all rider styles and skill levels so that everyone can join, ride safely at their own pace, and have a GREAT TIME!
Not only do the club members have great rides, campouts and cookouts they also volunteer to help several local events taking place off-road.
That tree didn’t stand a chance!
Pagosa is proud of the Trailriders also.