Off-highway vehicle users in western Colorado are invited to a special safety, education and registration event, March 23, at the Peach Valley OHV Park in Olathe.
The event will feature information about safety and proper trail use. OHV owners will also be able to register their vehicles on-site with Colorado Parks and Wildlife. The event is being hosted by Highland Cycles of Montrose, CPW and the Bureau of Land Management.
"More and more people are riding OHVs on trails throughout western Colorado," said Josh Stoudt, CPW's Southwest Region trails coordinator. "We want to make sure people ride safely and that they understand proper trail use. The Peach Valley facility is a great spot to kick-off the riding season."
OHV owners must register their vehicles every year. Registration can also be done at any Colorado Parks and Wildlife office or online at: http://cpw.state.co.us/thingstodo/Pages/OHVs.aspx
The Peach Valley OHV Park is located about five miles east of Olathe just off Falcon Road. The event will start at 10 a.m. and continue until 4 p.m.