Roughly 100 off-highway vehicle (OHV) riders took part in last weekend’s Colorado OHV Coalition’s (COHVCO)’s second annual White River OHV Rendezvous in Meeker. The Meeker Chamber of Commerce, Meeker downtown businesses and the local Wagon Wheel OHV Club worked with COHVCO to organizing the event, showcasing the Wagon Wheel OHV Trail System. Above, most of the drivers brought their vehicles to the Rio Blanco County Courthouse in Meeker on Friday evening for a Show and Shine event that featured food vendors, live music and a movie. Katelin Cook, executive director of the Meeker Chamber of Commerce, said she was thrilled with the turnout, particularly since nearly all participants were from outside Rio Blanco County, including the Front Range, other areas of Northwest Colorado, Utah and Wyoming.
RBC I The Wagon Wheel Trail System, organized in 2011, was designed to provide increased opportunities for recreational activities throughout Rio Blanco County. “Rio Blanco County embraces residents and visitors alike who enjoy outdoor and […]