The American Motorcyclist Association is a 270,000-member organization with an unparalleled history of pursuing, protecting and promoting the interests of the world's largest and most dedicated group of motorcycle enthusiasts. Founded in 1924, the AMA exists to further the interests of American motorcyclists, while serving the needs of its members.

The San Juan Trail Riders is chartered under the AMA because the AMA broadly supports the interests of motorcycle and ATV enthusiasts on a national level. Support the AMA by joining individually!


The Colorado Off Highway Vehicle Coalition (COHVCO), is a non-profit volunteer organization which represents, assists and empowers OHV enthusiasts in protecting motorized recreation in Colorado.

The San Juan Trail Riders is a member of COHVCO because COHVCO is deeply involved with OHV crucial and broad-reaching issues throughout the state. They understand our local issues and help by dedicating resource toward those issues. Support COHVCO by joining individually!


American Trails is the only national, nonprofit organization working on behalf of ALL trail interests. American Trails' members want to create and protect America's network of interconnected trails. They support local, regional, and long-distance trails and greenways, whether they be in backcountry, rural, or urban areas. Their goal is to support America's trails by finding common ground and promoting cooperation among all trail interests. They're involved in everything from training trails advocates to providing increased trail opportunities for individuals with disabilities.


The BlueRibbon Coalition is an organization that unites OHVers, loggers, miners, and cattlemen to share and preserve our precious natural heritage. They campaign to replace "user conflict " with "user cooperation" by educating everyone to share the trails and facilities.


Colorado State Parks is the administer for the OHV and Snowmobile Fund. The funds are obtained from vehicle registration and are used to help develop, maintain and keep trails open.


The National Off Highway Vehicle Conservation Council is a publicly supported, non-profit foundation organized for the sole purpose of promoting safe, responsible, family oriented off-highway experiences. They are a forum for organizations and supporters of OHV recreation, including OHV manufacturers, related businesses, affiliated foundations, OHV dealers, clubs and enthusiasts, to become partners in creating a positive future for the sport.


The purpose of The Rocky Mountain Enduro Circuit is to promote the sport of enduro riding in the Rocky Mountain area through organized regional competition and to join with other Rocky Mountain cycling organizations in the resolution of legislative and environmental problems which would inhibit the sport of off road motorcycling.


Tread Lightly! is dedicated to protect public and private lands through education. Emphasis is placed on responsible use of off-highway vehicles, other forms of backcountry travel and low impact principles applicable to all recreation activities.


San Juan Sledders. Snowmobile enthusiests dedicated to the preservation of public use of public land for all to use and share.This group provides Snowmobile Trail Maps to local shops, and has a Snow Cat that grooms trail for local snowmobilers.

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