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  • MOTORCYCLE - 600cc or Less, Street-Legal Dirt Bike with a Trials Rear Tire and a Knobby Front for Maximum Fun
  • Gear Your Bike For At Least 70 mph (So You Can Keep Up With Traffic)
  • Carburetor Jetted for 7,000 to 11,000 Feet
  • Repack Silencer
  • U.S. Forestry Service Approved Spark Arrestor
  • Colorado OHV Sticker


  • Working Headlight
  • Taillight
  • Brake Light
  • Electric Horn
  • DOT Tires
  • Mirror (1)
  • Registration Fee’s and Taxes Paid
  • Street Legality in your State of Residence
  • Liability Insurance for your Motorcycle
  • We don’t Do Tech


  • Skid Plate
  • Chain Guide Guard
  • Disc Sharkfin
  • Radiator Guards
  • Hand Guards


  • Install New Rubber, Front and Rear
  • Kenda Equilibrium has Proven To Be A Good Choice
  • Tires Pressure Set A Few Pounds Higher Than Normal
  • Heavy Duty Tubes or Tubliss


  • Cell Phone and Spot
  • Duct Tape
  • Safety Wire
  • Pliers
  • Master Link
  • Screwdriver
  • Allen Wrench Set
  • Small “T” Handle Wrench with 8,10,12mm Sockets
  • End Wrenches
  • Crescent Wrench


  • Lighter/Matches
  • Flashlight
  • Tire Irons
  • Tube Repair Kit and 21” Tube
  • Co2 bottle or Pump
  • Aspirin
  • Sunblock
  • Water Bottle or Backpack Hydration System
  • Aluminum Water Bottle for Fuel
  • Tow Strap or Parachute Cord


  • Enduro-Style Waterproof Jacket with Removable Sleeves or Raincoat
  • Waterproof your Riding Boots
  • Poncho or Trash Bag



Ponderosa Lodge in Maysville, Colorado in the Heart of the Rocky Mountains. The Ponderosa Lodge is located west of Salida, Colorado along Hwy. 50 on the eastern slope of the breathtaking Monarch Pass, 15 miles west of Salida and 50 miles east of Gunnison.

9008 CR 240 - Salida, CO 81201

1/2 mile north of US Highway 50 off County Road 240

Colorado Firecamp

Ponderosa Lodge & Colorado Firecamp are one and the same

Google Map Link to the Ponderosa Lodge


Ride Preparation

Trials Tires on KTM’s at the Rocky Mountain Singletrack

Spark Arrestor

You must have a U.S. Forestry Approved spark arrestor to ride in the National Forest. Many off-road motorcycles come equipped with one from the factory. To see if have one, look for a stamp on the side of the exhaust silencer. The stamp will specifically say U.S. Forestry Approved. If there is no stamp you do not have one. Add-on spark arrestors as complete silencers are available or you may need to rivet or bolt one on to your stock silencer.


Excessive noise is a BIG issue as it is used to limit our right to ride. With the price of travel, entry fees, and other costs associated with riding a dual sport or off-road motorcycle being so high, riders must take time to make sure their exhaust meets sound and spark arrestor land-use laws. We urge all riders to include a review of their exhaust and silencer on their bike prep check list before riding on public lands.

Fuel Range

Any time you are planning a ride in the Rocky Mountains, it is necessary to carry extra fuel. Our events will bring you in close proximity to gas stations, but you still need to either have a large capacity fuel tank or carry extra fuel in a bottle with you.

Acerbis, IMS and Clarke offer larger capacity fuel tanks that are available for most dirt bikes.

You will need at least 2.5 to 2.9 gallons. Trying to maintain a steady throttle hand will help to maximize your fuel range. Aluminum fuel bottles can be purchased at most outdoor stores and are well suited for carrying extra fuel in your pack.
Carburetor Jetting
Carburetor Jetting

The trails and roads we ride in the Rocky Mountains are in the 7,000 to 12,000 foot altitude range. We would suggest setting up your bike for 10,000 feet and be right about the middle. Consult your owner’s manual or local experts for more specific instructions. Motorcycle set up is a very important part of having an enjoyable ride in the Rockies. If you’d like to have your motorcycle correctly jetted for altitude, we would suggest contacting local expert Sean Barr at Mountain Tech Motorsports in Buena Vista. Or you could just ride something fuel injected.

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Bike Protection

The Rocky Mountains have some of the most rocky, technical and challenging trails anywhere in the U.S. Your motorcycle must be capable of withstanding some severe abuse.

Skid plates, chain guides, disk guards, radiator guards and hand guards are important items to install before you come. Even with these precautions, things still have a way of going wrong ….


Plan to have installed new rubber front and rear before you come. Please choose a tire that will have the least impact on the environment. With a huge variety of terrain, tire choice can be somewhat mind boggling. Many riders are now using a Trials universal on the rear and a hard pack knobby on the front. Trials tire have proven to be a good choice in rocks and roots, but also handle soft terrain quite well. Trials tire are friendly to the environment. We like the Kenda Equilibrium Hybrid DOT Tire.

Tire pressure depends on the tire, but generally run them a few pounds higher than you normally would. Heavy-duty tubes are a good investment to keep your trip moving forward. The new tubeless products also work well. Anything you can do to keep from getting or changing a flat tire on the trail.

While we are talking about tires and tubes, we should also mention dual air chamber system. Some people swear by Tubliss. The Dual Chamber allows you to run lower air pressure for more traction.

Tools and Spare Parts

A good quality fanny pack or backpack is a necessity for any long excursion or off-road ride in the Rocky Mountains.

Short list of recommended items:

T-Handle Trail Wrench with sockets from Fly Racing• Duct Tape
• Wire
• Pliers
• Master Link
• Screwdriver
• Allen wrench set
• Small “T” handle wrench with 8,10,12mm sockets
• End wrenches
• Crescent wrench
• L.ighter/Matches
• Flashlight
• Tow rope
• Tire irons
• Tube patches or plugs in a repair kit.
• Co2 bottle or Pump
• Make sure you carry enough spares to get you back to camp in any event. Make a checklist of some of the most common bolts and have a couple spares. Safety wire and duct tape are very handy.

Riding Gear

Weather conditions change in a moment’s notice at altitude. Being equipped to handle the changes make for a more enjoyable ride. The temperature can and will change from 80 degrees at camp to as low as 40 degrees on high mountain passes.

We recommend an Enduro-style waterproof jacket with removable sleeves. These Coats will have an assortment of pockets for your cell phone or camera or anything you want to access frequently. Regular MX style riding gear will work as long as you have a raincoat or some type of jacket when things get ugly.

We also suggest that you waterproof your riding boots, as there are quite a few creek and water crossings. If possible, bring two sets of gear so that you have a dry set to change into.

A good quality fanny pack or backpack is necessary for long excursions in the mountains. Keep in mind that you are carrying essentials to get you back to a major road if you have a problem.  A back pack also gives you clothing options and can double as a hydration system.

Hydration System

Wear some type of hydration system and carry extra water in your fanny pack.

Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Stickers

Off-highway vehicles must be registered with Colorado State Parks. See the OHV Link Regulations Page on this website.

Out-of-state OHVs

Out-of-state residents who bring OHVs into Colorado must purchase a Colorado Non-Resident OHV permit which is valid from the date of purchase through the following March 31. Since this is only a use permit, no renewal notice will be sent to non-resident permit holders; you must purchase a new permit each year you come to Colorado with your OHV.

Decal Placement

Registration decals must be affixed permanently on the upper forward-half of the OHV in a location where the decal can be easily seen.

Colorado Parks & Wildlife OHV Registration

Please call 303-866-3203 x 4300 to place your order online. Thank you



For 2017 Exit Tours Motorcycle Club will be hosting 3 Rocky Mountain Singletrack Trail rides on the Continental Divide in Colorado.

Colorado 2 Day - SINGLETRACK at the Ponderosa Lodge.

10 Rider Minimum – 16 Rider Maximum

July 21-23, 2017
August 4-6, 2017
August 25-27, 2017


2 Nights Lodging, Friday & Saturday Night, 2 Breakfast’s, 2 Lunch’s on the Trail, 1 Buffett Dinner & 1 BBQ

2 Days of Epic SingleTrack riding along the Continental Divide from the Ponderosa Lodge, near the South Fork of the Arkansas River.  Providing you with the opportunity to ride trails you’ve heard about, but never had the opportunity to ride. A perfect environment to enjoy and share the camaraderie of your friends and like-minded enthusiasts.


Friday         -Lodging
Saturday    -Breakfast
                   -100+ Mile Loop with Lunch Served on The Trail
                   -Dinner and Lodging
Sunday      -Breakfast, Killer Loop with Lunch Served on The Trail, BBQ at Lodge

Day 1 elevations - 7,500 to over 11,000 feet. 100 + miles
Day 1 will cover 100+ miles with over 60% Singletrack. Less than 10% pavement if you ride the whole loop. Be prepared for water crossings and a few rocks. Elevations up to 11,000 feet.

Day 2 will take you on 2 track and dirt roads, past old mines and up and over the divide to the iconic Singletrack on the opposite side of the mountains you rode the previous day. Day 2 covers more epic Rocky Mountain Singletrack. And Day 2 has even less pavement than day 1! The Day 2 route will be approximately 100+ miles at elevations from 8,000 to over 12,000 feet above sea level.

You will ride through remote, rugged locations that are often inaccessible by truck. You will need to carry your own tube, plug kit, tool kit, air, lighter, first aid, water, snacks, tow strap, etc. and know how to use them, including knowing how to repair or change a flat tire.

Carry a cell phone and we highly recommend the use of a satellite-operated tracking and rescue device such as a SPOT – you will often be out of cell phone range. We also recommend you obtain appropriate healthcare insurance before participating in any of our club rides.

Hazards DO exist on our routes, such as downed trees, washouts, rocks, etc. and will NOT be marked in any fashion. All routes are publicly-accessible so you may also encounter other riders and traffic. Riders need to use caution and common sense at all times and stay to the right when possible, particularly around blind turns.

We discourage you from riding alone and encourage everyone to use the BUDDY SYSTEM and pair up with at least one other rider so that you can look after each other. Your ride will be enhanced if you ride with others who are of the same skill level, are riding similar motorcycles, and have compatible desires for the ride (speed of travel, how often to stop for a rest and pictures, etc.). We won’t have any checkpoints throughout the day or sweep riders to keep track of you.

We may provide “outriders” to help you if you need a shortcut to the finish or have questions along the way, but they should NOT be considered “sweep” riders: they are not medics, will not be available to fix bikes or change flats, will not have extra parts for you, or be there to hold your hand.

If you get stranded we will of course do what we can to bail you out, however if we need to arrange evacuation, medical aid, or any other form of rescue assistance for you there may be a reasonable charge associated with that assistance.


We use Paypal to make it easy to sign-up.

NOTE:  You do not have to be a PayPal subscriber to use PayPal

There is a 10 Rider Minimum on the 3 Singletrack Rides this Year. If the minimum Number of riders is not met 10 days in Advance of the ride dates Entry Fees will be refunded less PayPal fees. Maximum of 16 riders.

Our rides are all-weather. If two or more riders participate the ride will not be cancelled, regardless of weather conditions, and refunds will not be given for shared group expense amenities nor will they be transferred to another ride or rider.

If Exit Tours M/C cancels a ride we will make all attempts to provide an equivalent ride on an alternate date. If we do this then your prepaid shared group expense payment may be transferred to the new ride date, or if you cannot attend the new date, a 100% refund for shared group expenses will apply. If no such ride is offered then all prepaid shared group amenities payments will be refunded. There will in no case be refunds given for Pay Pal fees.


This is not a guided ride and not a ride for novices.  In fact, if you’re not an experienced rider – This is NOT the ride for you.

Anyone that is capable with a Singletrack off-road street legal motorcycle.

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.

We work to minimize pavement mileage, maximize scenery and fun, and generally only use paved roads as necessary to tie dirt loops together and access amenities. Our rides cover routes you cannot put together on a map. If you could put the routes on a map, you couldn’t follow the map as trail markings in the Rocky Mountains are, even in designated riding areas, often missing, non-existent, outdated, misplaced or confusing.


Chaffee County, Colorado should truly be called a ‘Mecca’ for off-road motorcyclist’s. The Arkansas River starts to the North in Leadville and exits the Rocky Mountains to the East through Salida, which means ‘Exit’ in Spanish. There are more 14 thousand foot peaks in Chaffee County than in any other County in the Continental U.S. The Continental Divide runs through the Western part of the County and the Rio Grande River watershed is the Southern boundary. There are hundreds of miles of old mining roads, railroad right of ways and singletrack trails in the area.

Plus one of the only portions of the Continental Divide trail open to motorcycles.

mecca – noun

1. A place that is regarded as the center of an activity or interest.
2. A goal to which adherents of a religious faith or practice fervently aspire.


Exit Tours M/C rides start on private property and usually end at a lodge or private campground where overnight camping or rooms may be available for the group. We also may provide group meals at our destinations or on private property along the trail all as part of the shared group expense.

Exit Tours Motorcycle Club rides are not Guided.

On these rides we will stop at intersections and point the way.


(See “Ride Check List”):

We recommend a street legal dirt bike and a trials rear tire on the terrain the route charts covers. We will stay off roads as much as possible but we do use PAVEMENT TO TIE LOOPS TOGETHER. We will leave early and keep stops to a minimum. You ride at your own pace and we do not ride in large groups. We also highly recommend you come with a friend and be responsible for each other all through the day.

Ponderosa Lodge Singletrack: 600cc or less street-legal, plated dirt bike with a trials rear tire and a knobby front for maximum fun.  We will be riding CHALLENGING singletrack trails and so a larger or factory dual-sport, type street motorcycle, will not be suitable.

Regardless of the ride type, gas stops are usually scheduled not much more than 60 miles apart…this means that your motorcycle MUST be capable of going at least 80-miles, before needing a fill-up. If your bike doesn’t have the necessary range you will need to carry extra gas with you.

On all rides, have your motorcycle geared for at least 70 mph so that you can keep up with traffic on any highway sections.


$425 (See Sign Up Page)

A Deposit of $100 is Required to Guarantee Your Reservation

The Remaining Balance of $325.00 is Due 10 Days before Ride Date

10 Rider Minimum / 16 Rider Maximum - If the 10 Rider Minimum is Not Met 10 Days before the Ride Date the Ride will be Cancelled and you will receive A 100% refund Less PayPal fees.

If you cancel for any reason, your $100 Deposit is Forfeited. If Exit Tours M/C Cancels your Deposit less PayPal Fees will be Refunded.

This will be a shared group expense ride, Club Ride all inclusive, with the exception of fuel from Saturday morning until Sunday evening.  

Ride Cost Guidelines:

Our adventures are either all-inclusive or generally have amenities available, such as meals, parking-meeting arrangements, lodging, and/or gear transport. The cost for these amenities is pre-paid by Exit Tours M/C for the whole group. Then the expenses are averaged out per rider based on projected attendance, and payable when you sign-up for a ride. Selecting these amenities is optional and their cost should not be considered payment for the ride. On multi-day rides we may place a hold on rooms and each rider may be responsible to make reservations and pay for their own room, or it may be included in the shared group cost.

These rides may be conducted without the turmoil of a permit as long as we limit the rides to less than 75 riders and conduct these rides on a self-guided, shared group expense, non-commercial basis.


Exit Tours Motorcycle Club rides are non-competitive and self-guided. They are for licensed, insured riders with street legal, quiet motorcycles with a USFS approved spark arrestor, but we do not inspect any motorcycles.

Our rides comply with USFS land use requirements, but there is no guarantee that it is permissible or legal to ride everywhere on our routes. Most USFS and BLM Motor Vehicle Use Maps are outdated, inaccurate, ambiguous, and difficult to read even for the rangers, but especially for the general public. Even in designated riding areas, USFS and BLM route signs are often missing, non-existent, outdated, misplaced and confusing. In many areas private property boundaries are not well defined or even posted.

It is possible that anyone following an Exit Tours Motorcycle Club route could get behind closed gates or ride somewhere they are not supposed to be and possibly get cited or yelled at. Every Exit Tours M/C member is advised of this in advance of our rides, and by participating takes full and sole responsibility for their actions and well-being, without exception.

Exit Tours Motorcycle Club rides are not competitions, nor are prizes or trophies awarded.

All participants are on their own, riding at their own pace, at their own risk, and always have the option to follow the
designated route or to follow another route of their choosing. Exit Tours M/C rides are free, non-competitive, non-
commercial, recreational club rides for members only.


FAQ – Singletrack Ride from the Ponderosa Lodge


Colorado 2 Day - SINGLETRACK at the Ponderosa Lodge.

July 21-23
August 4-6  
August 25-27

10 Rider Minimum – 16 Rider Maximum


Anyone that is capable with a Singletrack off-road street legal motorcycle.


2 Day Singletrack Trail ride in the Heart of the Rocky Mountains


- July 21-23
August 4-6  
August 25-27
10 Rider Minimum – 16 Rider Maximum



Ponderosa Lodge in Maysville, Colorado in the Heart of the Rocky Mountains. The Ponderosa Lodge is located near Salida, Colorado along Hwy. 50 on the eastern slope of the breathtaking Monarch Pass, 15 miles west of Salida and 50 miles east of Gunnison.

9008 CR 240 - Salida, CO 81201

1/2 mile north of US Highway 50 on County Road 240

Ponderosa Lodge & Colorado Firecamp are one and the same

Google Map Link to the Ponderosa Lodge


Maysville is located just west of Salida off Hwy 50 in South Central Colorado on the Eastern slope of Monarch Pass on the north side of HWY 50 off of County Road 240. Approximately 3.75 hours southwest of Denver. 15 miles west of Salida and 50 miles east of Gunnison.


$425.00 Group Shared Expense will include Epic trail riding in the Rocky Mountains Saturday and Sunday. 6 meals. Saturday & Sunday breakfast, Lunch on the trail both days. Saturday Night dinner & BBQ Sunday. Out-Riders. Fuel Transport on Day 1.

Double Occupancy Lodging at the Ponderosa Lodge is included with the shared group expense. The Ponderosa Lodge has a cash bar, outdoor deck, indoor swimming pool, buffet style all you can eat meals. Each room has 3 bunk beds, its own restroom and shower. Go-Pro capable TV screens are available in the meeting rooms as is a pool table.

Q: What type of Motorcycle should I ride?

Street Legal 4-stroke or 2-stroke Off-Road motorcycle.

Street based Dual Sport motorcycles are NOT suitable for the terrain on this ride.

Q: Fuel Range and fuel stops?

Approximately 80 miles between fuel stops.


Ride in-ride out; enjoy EASY ACCESS to some of the best Singletrack trails in the Rocky Mountains. Hundreds of miles of trails, from easy to extreme.


July is probably one of the nicest times of year in Colorado. Everything is green in Colorado in July; it usually will rain in the afternoon several days a week, which will make the dirt moist and the traction terrific. Daytime temperatures are usually in the high 70′s, very low 80′s, and nights usually in the 40′s or 50′s.


Day 1 will be Approximately 120 miles. Less than 10% pavement. 60 % Singletrack.

Day 2 will be on the other side of the Mountains, less pavement than day 1 and 60% Singletrack. Approximately 100 miles.


You can certainly bring your family for a Rocky Mountain vacation. There is Horseback Riding, River Rafting, a Zip Line, and Mountain Bikes, Jeeps, Motorcycles, and, God forbid, ATVs, available for rent locally. Also, hiking, fishing, and epic vistas.

However lodging at the Ponderosa Lodge is NOT conducive to families or significant others for this particular event. Unless they can ride ?

View from Singletrack


Ride in-ride out; enjoy some of the best trails in the Rocky Mountains. Hundreds of miles of 2 track and trails from easy to extreme. Rustic amd charming Lodge in a nice setting below 14,000 foot peaks. Meals and Lodging on site, cash bar, hot showers, indoor swimming pool. Gas Station down the street. Easy access to some of the best challenging Singletrack in the area.


The time seems right before we’re all too old to pull something like this off. And Colorado really does have Epic dirt roads, Singletrack trails, few whoops, and spectacular scenery.


Well, there are quite a few rocks, and the elevation at on the ride is 8,000 to 12,000 feet. Above sea level. We would recommend a fresh Front knobby and a Kenda Equilibrium rear tire, checking your air pressure once you got here, and running it a little higher than normal, jetting for altitude. Distance between gas stops is not expected to be much more than 80 miles.

The Rocky Mountains have some of the most rocky, technical and challenging trails anywhere in the U.S. Your motorcycle must be capable of withstanding some severe abuse. Skid plates, disc guards, radiator guards and hand guards are important items to install before you come. Even with these precautions, things still have a way of going wrong.

A Colorado OHV Sticker is Required. Go to Ride Prep link for more Information.

Ride Prep

Contact Mountain Tech in Buena Vista for Bike Set-Up information.

Click on the logo for contact information:


Show up Friday afternoon and enjoy the setting in the Rocky Mountains and adapt to the altitude. Sign-in will be on the Porch at the Ponderosa Lodge where you can also pick up your room key. We will not have dinner Friday night. Friday, you could take a ride up Forest Service roads to a spectacular mountain lakes right up the road from the lodge. Or you could just hang out and enjoy the camaraderie of like-minded enthusiasts and enjoy the cash bar and the Lodge.


We will have a rider meeting at 7 am both mornings in the Dining Room. Breakfast included with your entry will be available early Saturday & Sunday morning.


Please check-in when you finish so we know you are in. Head to your room for a hot shower, enjoy the included buffet dinner and get ready to go back out the next morning. Or you can hang out at the cash bar or on the outdoor deck, or watch go-Pro videos of the days ride and enjoy the camaraderie of your fellow enthusiasts.


We will meet at the Dining Room again at 7 am for a riders meeting. Breakfast is again included.


This is not a guided tour; We will point the way at intersections on the route. Out-riders may be available to point you in the right direction if you have a problem.


It is what can save your life! If you were riding alone and got off the route and then got hurt, or your Motorcycle broke, you may not be missed until the end of the day. For this reason we must insist that riders use the buddy system. Obviously 2 (or 3) riders that enter together will be buddies (4 or more should be split into pairs).


1) Don’t lose sight of your buddy
2) Don’t make a major turn unless you know your buddy will also
3) If buddies get separated, both go back to the last place they saw each other


We prefer that you enter with at least one friend but if you do come alone, you should pair with another rider as your buddy. Buddies may be changed after the 1st day if not well matched.


You should bring a reasonable amount of spare parts (like a pre-oiled air filter). We will have spare front and rear tires for sale in case someone destroys one, but most people should be able to complete the ride without changing tires.


You should bring any special tools.


Spare air filter. You should carry current registration, a rain jacket and water. Parachute cord is not a bad idea either.


You must be able to fix your own flats on the trail and service your bike at the end of the day. Each rider should carry a spare tube (front works in rear); tire irons, hand pump, and/or air bottles. You must be able to fix your bike on the trail or be towed by your buddy to a Highway where you can be picked up. You must be able to tow your buddy if he cannot fix his bike. Every rider should carry a tow strap.

Singletrack Ponderosa Lodge


These are non-competitive rides that consist of as much dirt and least amount of pavement as possible.

Singletrack Ponderosa Lodge

The Singletrack trail rides are 90% to 100% dirt and aimed at quiet off-road motorcycles that you could do a hare scramble, enduro or desert race on. Or factory Off-Road Dual Sport models. The trails on the Continental Divide are rocky, high-mountain Singletracks with a few trails running above timberline. Riders should be comfortable riding in rocks, steep uphill and downhill rocky sections, and U-turns on sidehill trails.

Any motorcycle event comes down to the rider’s skill level and the type of tires installed. If you have the wrong tires your skill level won’t really matter, you’ll struggle regardless. This adventure is group shared expense, low-key, High Adventure-No Hassle, Riding an unmarked route. Your motorcycle must have a USFS approved spark arrestor and Excessive noise is a BIG issue as it is used to limit our right to ride.

You also should have current liability insurance coverage and be licensed to operate your motorcycle.


A sense of adventure and common sense.

If you have to ask, don’t sign up, even if you have ridden all of the toughest trails in Iowa… This does not by any means mean don’t ask questions. It means if you question your riding skills this may not be the ride for you.

Q: Why do these rides cost what they do?

There is no economy of scale. But since there will not be 200 riders you are guaranteed a comfortable environment.

Liability Insurance, art, website, web hosting, accounting, book-keeping, facility rentals, printing. Not to mention meals included with the rides, Circus tents and trailers and our Club Members time, fuel, tires and Lodging all add to the cost. USFS Permit fees will be paid on the Rainbow trail.

Exit Tours M/C is a Colorado Non-Profit Corporation, and we will be donating a portion of any proceeds to the Blue Ribbon Coalition.

Q: Do I have to be an Exit Tours Motorcycle Club member?

Yes. Membership is included with your entry.There is no qualifying or probation period to become an Exit Tours Motorcycle Club member and there are no required meetings or work days associated with your membership — just join and ride!

Erik Nijkamp of out for a Sunday ride



• Day 1 you will be required to bring a DOT fuel can with 2.5 gallons of fuel to the gas trailer for transport. Your gas can will be returned in the afternoon.
• A catered Lunch will be on the trail on Private Property.
• On Day 1 You will need either a Credit card or Cash to purchase fuel on the way back to the Ponderosa Lodge for the start of the Day 2 ride.
• We will NOT be going by a gas station on the start of Day 2.
• Day 2 we will stop at a Restaurant/ bar-grill. Lunch is included with the shared group expense at the restaurant.
• You will need either a Credit card or Cash to purchase fuel at the Gas Station at the Lunch stop.
• We will have a BBQ after the Finish Sunday at the Ponderosa Lodge. You can shower in your room before departure Sunday Afternoon.
• This is free ride for club members with a shared group expense for meals, lodging, fuel transport.                                   
• 15 MPH on the access road to the Lodge.
• Pre-Registration IS Required.

If the 10 Rider Minimum is Not Met 10 Days before the Ride Date the Ride will be Cancelled and you will receive A 100% refund Less PayPal fees. 16 Rider Maximum

You can click on the sign up link below to sign up by Pay Pal or you can contact us from the contact info link below:

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