Sponsors

We want to thank our sponsors for their generous support of our 2019 event in Ouray, CO!

 
 
 
 

Welcome to Ouray

 
 
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Photo Credit: Randy Langstraat
 
 

Back to where it began

Ouray, Colorado is an acclaimed all-season paradise surrounded by unspoiled wilderness, including the famous San Juan National Forest and Umcompaghre National Forests. It's truly a world-class destination with something for everyone, including one of the best hot springs pools in the west. The first 200-Series LCDC was held in 2015 in Ouray followed by the second in 2016. Breckenridge was home in 2017 and then we were back in the San Juans in 2018 when we based out of Telluride. The event has grown in droves over the past two years and pretty much universally folks have been excited at the prospect of another year in Ouray.

You’ve likely heard of the area’s most famous tracks: Black Bear Pass and the Alpine Loop. While those trails are absolutely world-class there are endless offroad opportunities in the area. Every single trail has something to offer. There's more than enough terrain to explore with our 200s!

 
 
Photo Credit: Scott Pope
Photo Credit: Craig Fowler
 
 

5th anniversary celebration

Aside from celebrating the event’s fifth anniversary, what else can you expect this year? 

Colorado never disappoints as an offroad destination. The scenery is some of the best in the world, the trails are well-maintained, and every adventure leaves the traveler with memories for a lifetime. Our first events primarily focused on covering as much ground trail-wise as possible during the event.

This past year we started to get more feedback from folks that we honestly took as a pleasant surprise: people want a slightly more relaxed pace in order to have more time to get to know others in the group, explore the area and town, talk shop, see trucks, and engage with sponsors. 

We've taken this feedback to heart and will factor it into our planning for this year's event. You should expect trail plans that include time to enjoy the scenery, take pictures, maybe go on a hike, and enjoy lunch at an old mine. 

At the same time, we will certainly accommodate those who prefer a more aggressive schedule in order to hit as many trails as possible. Overall, we will be very mindful of striking the right balance among prescriptive planning, relaxation, and spontaneity.