The Trails Preservation Alliance (TPA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting responsible trail riding and keeping trails open. The TPA is an OHV advocate and works to ensure that the interests of off-road enthusiasts are fairly and appropriately represented to the USFS and BLM. The TPA is based out of Colorado but also fights for trail preservation in nearby states as well, including New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming and South Dakota.

The Colorado 600 is an annual symposium put on by the TPA to inform attendees about proper trail etiquette, updates on trail openings/closings, details regarding the USFS and BLM, and other riding-related topics. It also involves an extremely fun ride. We at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC are proud supporters of the TPA and have been fortunate to attend the Colorado 600 multiple times. Check out our Colorado 600 blog article to see what a great experience we’ve had with it in the past.

The TPA works hard so we all can continue to enjoy the trails, and that requires effort from numerous volunteers who are passionate about this sport. How you can you help? Get involved with your local club. Click the button above to find out more about the TPA and how you can support its mission through volunteering or donations. You can also email info@coloradotpa.org to contact the TPA directly about how you can get engaged.