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2020 Event Schedule

Colorado Seaplane

Moutain Splash-In

Type Date Location Lodging Schedule
Spectator TBDT Kenney Reservoir Lodging View Schedule

The 2020 Event currently is not Schedule. Please check back or visit Colorado Seaplane for more information.

Rally Colorado

Raly Colorado

Type Date Staging Lodging Schedule
Spectator Aug 7-9 Rangely Auto Museum Lodging View Schedule

Experience the return of Stage Rally to Colorado when Rally Colorado roars to life in Rangely, Rio Blanco County, Colorado. This event promises to challenge drivers and co-drivers to their fullest.

These are not rough roads; they are truly busy with many corners and serious grades resulting in no time to relax on-stage, competitors (and volunteers) will be tired at the end of each day.

Come join us for a fun family motorsport event in Rangely Colorado, this August.

Event information: Event Schedule.

For more information: Rally America.

Rangely OHV Adventure Rally (ROAR)

Rangely OHV Adventure Rally (ROAR)

Type Date Staging Lodging Schedule
ROAR - OHV Tral Ride Aprial 30 - May 1 Rangely Auto Museum Lodging Print Schedule

Rangley OHV Adventure Rally is a three day event on the Wagon Wheel West OHV trail system. The event kicks off with a fun ride at dusk to Kenney Reservoir, and ends with a musical concert at the park. During the event you can find many different things to do such as guided rides, The Amazing Quest, an OHV rodeo, a poker run hosted by Rio Blanco County Search & Rescue, an ongoing OHV expo, scavenger hunts, and hundreds of miles of trails for open riding. Included in those trails, is the only designated rock crawling park In Colorado! Come test out your car on some of the most difficult obstacles around.

Come ride the High Mountain Desert of God's Country!!!!!

All roads in Rangely are legal for OHV use, aside from CO HWY 64 (main street) which can only be crossed, as long as the machine is properly equipped. Required equipment includes: headlight, tail light, brakes, and a muffler/spark arrestor. Additional info can be found here.


Registration

Early Registration (Ends April 25th)

  • Each Buggy is $65

After April 25th:

  • Each Buggy is $70, and T-Shirt is not guaranteed

What's Included?????

  • 2 - Breakfast's
  • 1 - Dinner
  • Ice Cream Social
  • Goodie Bag
  • T-shirt
  • 1 Event Entry Ticket For The OHV Rodeo
  • BLM Permitting & Daily Fee

ROAR 2020 Schedule

Thursday
Time Activity Location
1:00-5:00pm Open Registration TBD
5:30PM Volunteer Meeting Rangely Auto Museum
Friday
Time Activity Location
All Day OHV Expo Rangely Auto Museum
7:00 AM-8:00 AM Breakfast Rangely Auto Museum
7:00 AM-9:00 AM Registration/Check-In/Trail Sign-up Rangely Auto Museum
8:00 AM-8:30 AM Riders M etting Rangely Auto Museum
9:00 AM-5:30 PM Guided Rides Staging area TBD
3:00 PM Shrimp Boil (tickets must be purchased in advance) Elks Park
5:00 PM Guided Ride Eangely Auto Musem
Saturday
Time Activity Location
All Day OHV Expo Rangely Auto Museum
7:00 AM-8:00 AM Breakfast Rangely Auto Museum
7:00 AM-9:00 AM Registration/Check-In/Trail Sign-up & Poker run Registration Rangely Auto Museum
9:00 AM-5:30 PM Guided Rides Staging area TBD
9:00 AM-4:00 PM HOV Poker run - Rio Blanco Search and Rescue Staging area tTBD
6:00 PM Dinner & Kids Hay Scavenger hunt Columbine Park (Rodeo Grounds)
7:00 PM OHV Rodeo Columbine Park (Rodeo Grounds)
Saturday
Time Activity Location
All Day Open Ride Rangely Trails

Colorado Hill Climb Association

Colorado Hill Climb Association

Type Date Location Lodging Schedule
Spectator June 13 - 14 & Sept 26 - 27 Rangely Colorado Lodging View Schedule

Rangely Canyon Pintado Hill Climb Race is organized by the Colorado Hill Climb Association (CHCA) which was founded in 1971 to promote “hill climb” racing in Colorado and surrounding states. The club’s first race was held in Los Alamos, NM. The CHCA was to be an off shoot of the famed Pikes Peak Hill Climb and a place for racers to test their cars, hone their skills and have a great time more than one race a year. Many of the original members were (and some still are) active throughout the past 39yrs throughout various race venues in the Pikes Peak region and beyond. The CHCA, while promoting the great sport of Automobile racing works hard with local community members, business, the Forest Service and law enforcement agencies throughout the state to host safe, competitive, and entertaining activities for racers and fans alike.