To help you enjoy the ride - safely - we have compiled a list of rider resources.
Colorado Motorcycle Skill Rating Map
Make your ride more enjoyable and safer. Our color-coded map indicates easy, moderate, and difficult street and highway routes across Colorado, so that riders can plan according to their skill level.
Maps are available at dealerships and tourism centers throughout Colorado, or contact us to receive your free copy. You may download the map here by clicking on sections of the state below.
You can download or order an OHV (dirt biking) map from Stay The Trail Colorado OHV Trail Guide and Maps
Current road conditions and highway construction zones-check before heading out for your ride. Or you can dial 511 or 303-639-1111 for recorded updates.
Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF)
Rider training, licensing, current events, breaking news stories, as well as the most current research findings on motorcycle safety.
American Motorcycle Association (AMA)
Official site of the AMA-the AMA focuses on rights, riding, and racing through its government relations work, by sanctioning road and off-road riding activities and overseeing professional and amateur racing events.
Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association (RMIIA)
Motorcycle insurance statistics, trends and providers.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
National motorcycle safety initiatives, available publications, best practices and a compendium of motorcycle articles.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Information about the public health significance of motorcycle crashes, the best ways to protect riders, and state-by-state data on motorcycle-related deaths and economic costs.
Find discounts for MOST program participants.
Check out the Icon Airframe Statistic Helmet for interesting data points - the % values on this helmet indicate likelihood of that section taking an impact in a crash.