Who is COHVCO?
The mission of the Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Coalition (COHVCO) is to represent, assist, educate, and empower OHV recreationists in the protection and promotion of off-highway motorized recreation throughout Colorado. COHVCO is an environmental organization that advocates and promotes the responsible use and conservation of our public lands and natural resources to preserve their aesthetic and recreational qualities for future generations.
Your COHVCO staff members, representatives, lobbyists, attorneys, Board Members and Volunteers really do work hard for the COHVCO members.
Read the latest brief from our Chairman of the Board, Patrick Romanisik.
Issues at a Glance
This section is designed to highlight various issues where CSA, COHVCO and TPA and their partners and local clubs are defending public access to public lands. This glance at the issues is not an exhaustive list of the issues we are involved with, but rather is highlighting issues of statewide importance or interest. We have identified the user groups most directly impacted by each issue with logos next to each issue.
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COHVCO is on Facebook
Check out the COHVCO Facebook page and see the latest posts and discussions!
Colorado OHV Recreation Workshop
June 23-25, 2016
The Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Coalition (COHVCO), in conjunction with Colorado State Parks and Wildlife, the US Forest Service, the US Bureau of Land Management (BLM), and the National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC) will be holding the 2016 Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation Workshop in Colorado Springs.
Nominations are also currently being accepted for COHVCO Workshop Awards.
New Book Available Online!
The National Off-Highway Vehicle Conservation Council (NOHVCC) has a new book available:
The definitive guide for the planning, designing, constructing, managing and maintaining Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) trails.
You can download a Free electronic version, or purchase a hard copy for just $30.00.
Tenderfoot Mountain Motorcycle Trail System
The Tenderfoot Project is a long term construction project that is just outside Silverthorne which has been the basis of several OHV grants. COHVCO and local clubs were very involved in the process and were able to get the trails constructed despite many misconceptions about the proposal.
Take a moment to read about the 2015 Accomplishments on this trail system.
COHVCO is a strong voice for motorized recreation, JOIN NOW now to be a part of it! You can also DOWNLOAD THE FORM to mail.
Membership in COHVCO gives you the advantage of staying current on issues that really affect your access to public lands and will often give you the opportunity to let your individual voice be heard.
Don't ride the fence - we need you NOW!
If you are a current member of COHVCO and need to renew, please login and click the renewal button at the top right of the page that appears when the cursor is on your name.
COHVCO is looking for committed individuals to help throughout the year to enhance the work of the COHVCO Board of Directors. Specifically, the Board is in immediate need of a Secretary to the Board. Additionally, there is always a need for volunteers to help with the COHVCO News, website, raffle operations, and so much more.
If you are interested in helping with any of COHVCO's projects please contact Jerry Abboud via email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks in advance for your help!
Donate to SOS
Donate to SOS and display the sticker proudly on you off road vehicle and post a picture on COHVCO's Facebook page.
Help us save our sport!!!
You will receive one sticker for each $25 donation, plus additional gifts for donations of $100, or greater.