Have you ever wanted to ride motorcycles in Colorado and the Rocky Mountains ?
But don’t know where to ride? Or stay, eat or get fuel ? Or you just want to ride somewhere different ? Or want to ride trails you’ve only heard about? We may have the answer.
Our club’s adventures are shared group expense and dirt-oriented; our rides vary in elevation, mileage, weather and types of trails/roads and often cover long distances with a roll-chart and/or GPS. We have planned lodging or camping, meals and fuel stops that make a Rocky Mountain riding adventure stress free.
For 2014 Exit Tours Motorcycle Club will be hosting two Singletrack Trail rides, a Rocky Mountain Dual Sport Adventure and a Continental Divide Adventure Tour all on the Continental Divide of Colorado. The Continental Divide Adventure Tour is a Round of the AMA Yamaha Super Ténéré National Adventure Riding Series.
Geared toward riders of all brands of adventure-touring motorcycles, this round of the AMA Yamaha Super Ténéré Adventure Riding Series includes incredible roads in one of the most scenic riding areas of the Country. This ride includes plenty of riding on asphalt, gravel and two-track routes mapped by our local expert Sean Barr.
Our concept for these adventures was to make these rides accessible to everybody. These are not the exclusive Colorado rides you’ve heard about where you need an invitation. These rides also cost 1/3 to half as much as the ‘exclusive’ rides in Colorado.
We cover as much or more distance than the invitational rides in a day, and we won’t hit you up for a donation at every stop like some rides. And we will still all have fun riding in the Rocky Mountains. Details are below and on the preceding pages. Hope to see you in Colorado this Summer.
We use a “High Adventure, No Hassle “ approach where you can share the experience with like-minded enthusiasts’ and experience what the Rocky Mountains have to offer. Please see ‘Overview’ and ‘FAQ’ for a more detailed analysis of these 2014 AMA Recreational Club Dual Sport Adventures in the Rocky Mountains.
Our rides cover Routes you can’t put together on a map, and if you could, you couldn’t follow the map. Trail markings in the Rocky Mountains are, even in designated riding areas, often missing, non-existent, outdated, misplaced or confusing.
Riding with an Exit Tours Roll-Chart and/or GPS Track you can spend your day riding, not wondering which way to turn or where you are, with no worry about running out of fuel or where to eat.