Wet ride…

All kinds of Rio Blanco County terrain was encountered by the 160 drivers in the 2016 Wagon Wheel OHV Rendezvous held July 14-16. There was rock terrain, the flats, the good trails and the bumpy trails. However, in this case, Meeker riders Jeremy Ahrens and Kaylee Ridings found the wet terrain as they took their OHV ride through Miller Creek, located up County Road 8 east of Meeker. There were all kinds, sizes and colors of OHVs taking part in the rendezvous and riders were from mostly Colorado and surrounding states. A number of events, including a concert, dinners and a poker run were held to give the OHV riders something else to do between runs.
All kinds of Rio Blanco County terrain was encountered by the 160 drivers in the 2016 Wagon Wheel OHV Rendezvous held July 14-16. There was rock terrain, the  flats, the good trails and  the bumpy trails. However, in this case, Meeker riders Jeremy Ahrens and Kaylee Ridings found the wet terrain as they took their OHV ride through Miller Creek, located up County Road 8 east of Meeker. There were all kinds, sizes and colors of OHVs taking part in the rendezvous and riders were from mostly Colorado and surrounding states. A number of events, including a concert, dinners and a poker run were held to give the OHV riders something else to do between runs.
All kinds of Rio Blanco County terrain was encountered by the 160 drivers in the 2016 Wagon Wheel OHV Rendezvous held July 14-16. There was rock terrain, the flats, the good trails and the bumpy trails. However, in this case, Meeker riders Jeremy Ahrens and Kaylee Ridings found the wet terrain as they took their OHV ride through Miller Creek, located up County Road 8 east of Meeker. There were all kinds, sizes and colors of OHVs taking part in the rendezvous and riders were from mostly Colorado and surrounding states. A number of events, including a concert, dinners and a poker run were held to give the OHV riders something else to do between runs.