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My last race I bent my steering stem so I decided to get a houser +2.



 

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Whats that orv sticker for?
The Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources administers this new registration program. Funds collected will be used to operate the Wyoming ORV Trails Program. The State ORV Trails Program will develop, maintain and manage ORV trails in the areas where the funds are collected.:lifting:
 

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Whats that orv sticker for?
Some states require permits to ride there. The orange one is for Colorado and the blue one is for Wyoming. I have a Utah one also.
 

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If you are riding on a legal atv trail and you don't have one they can impound your quad and give you a ticket. Plus the money goes towards our trails. $25.25 a year, I have to get 1 for each vehicle.
 

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Hey red how much are trail passes for out of state residents in colorado? Our group is planning a ATV trip west.Any recomendations.
 

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Co. is stingy like that, you still must pay 25.25 for an out of state permit. Utah Charges 30.00. Little pricey but well worth it. The rangers are out on full force on the trails, they are cool, stop show them your permits and be on your way. They ride Grizzly 700s and XR650's don't try to lose them. STAY ON THE TRAIL...there is endless riding in CO. I would be happy to get your group going in the right direction, or even tag along. Lots of mining history, old cabins, old townsites...
 

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Co. is stingy like that, you still must pay 25.25 for an out of state permit. Utah Charges 30.00. Little pricey but well worth it. The rangers are out on full force on the trails, they are cool, stop show them your permits and be on your way. They ride Grizzly 700s and XR650's don't try to lose them. STAY ON THE TRAIL...there is endless riding in CO. I would be happy to get your group going in the right direction, or even tag along. Lots of mining history, old cabins, old townsites...
Thats what we were looking for and your more than welcome to come along!Its in the planning stages so if you know of any good hotels-campgrounds with a large trail system close by that would be great.
 

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What time of year are you thinking?
 

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I hope you are planning for next summer, snow lingers on the higher trails until July, some spots are impassible. Taylor Park has a large campground/cabin rentals that is right across from a lake and you can ride from there. You can reach the towns of Aspen, Crested Butte, Gunnison, and Buena Vista from there. 100 of miles of trails, some will take you above timber line to near 12,500 ft. Weather can turn from a perfect day to rain in a matter of minutes, bring rain gear and something warm.(even in the summer). Trails that follow rivers to old mining camps, old cemeteries, lots of water crossings...fun for all skill levels.

A lot of people from Co don't know about Taylor Park, It is a hidden jewel.
 

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Cool sounds great!! Yeah it would be a summer ride its down to finding a time where all can attend.I will keep you posted..
 

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Please do, the pictures that i posted in the "long weekend" thread are from there.
 

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Dang nice quad. Can't wait till I have the money to make mine ride good. I realized how nice some shocks, +2 risers, monkey butt powder, and maybe some handlebars would be when I rode for my first time at a park today!
 

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It would be cool if everybody could go! Group trip.
 
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