Best Colorado Dirt Bike Trails

Colorado has 47 offroad motorcycling rides.

  March 20, 2022

Located in the US, the dirt biking in Colorado offers over thirty dirt bike trail routes from which to choose. The best Colorado dirt biking based on popularity are considered to be Rampart Range, Rainbow Falls OHV Area, Pole Creek Trail, Hartman Rocks, and Texas Creek. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Colorado dirt biking trail below.



Where Can I Dirt Bike In Colorado?



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FEATURED:  Uncompahgre Plateau Trail

  Montrose, Colorado

  March 13, 2020

In the Ouray Ranger District, the Uncompahgre Plateau Trail is a 90 mile route passing near Delta. While not a particularly difficult route, there is an extensive network of side trails to explore.


FEATURED:  Middle Saint Vrain Road

  Colorado

  March 13, 2020

Northwest of Denver near Allenspark in the Arapaho National Forest, the Middle Saint Vrain Road is open to dirt biking. This four-wheel drive road is not steep, but can be very rough, with large rocks and logs.


FEATURED:  Timberline Trail

  Crested Butte, Colorado

  March 13, 2020

Southeast of Crested Butte and northeast of Almont near Taylor Reservoir, the Timberline Trail runs 20 miles along the Collegiate Peaks Wilderness boundary at the Continental Divide above 10,000 feet and is open to dirt biking. The trail runs north from Mirror Lake to Pieplant Creed Road.


FEATURED:  Two Rivers Motocross Track

  Fort Collins, Colorado

  March 13, 2020

South of Fort Collins near Milliken, the Two Rivers Racing area has a motocross track and a peewee 50cc track. The motocross track is known as one of the more technical tracks around with large doubles and triples.


FEATURED:  Imogene Pass Road

  Colorado

  March 13, 2020

East of Telluride and west of Ouray, the Imogene Pass Road is open to unlicensed dirt bikes. It is open in the west from the intersection with the Marshall Creek route to the eastern terminus at the County border. The route starts in the west near Telluride at 9,000 feet and climbs to over 13,000 feet.