Dirt Divas introduces–SNOW DIVAS! New this year due to the interest of pursuing this fun, different mountain biking adventure. These rides are for anyone who likes to bike in the snow. And you will like to bike in the snow! We will bike a few miles, see how feel, see […]


For Immediate Release January 12, 2017 Contact: Kirk Metz, President Email: kirk.metz@comba.org Phone: 303.475.4706   Colorado Mountain Bike Association (COMBA) Expands Leadership   The Colorado Mountain Bike Association’s Board of Directors has elected Sandra Marticio Vice President of the organization.  In this role, she will help further COMBA’s key objectives […]

Sandra Marticio, new VP of COMBA!

     This is a REPOST of  an article posted on Facebook by SingleTracks. It applies to us all, no matter our age or gender! Don’t let trailing the pack detract from your enjoyment of the ride. “It’s OK that you’re slow.” Maybe I’m saying that about myself, not you. […]

It’s OK that You’re Slow!!

PARKING AT BUFFALO CREEK.During the last weekend of May, the Dirt Divas received a courtesy email detailing some parking changes at Buffalo Creek. These changes will affect any who ride there on super busy days due to rain events on the Front Range.  The email is below:“Today (Monday, May 25th), […]

Buffalo Creek Parking — PSA

This article was originally posted on Facebook by SingleTracks. MOUNTAIN BIKE BASICS: TRAIL ETIQUETTE We live on an increasingly crowded planet and trails, whether we hike or ride them, are a refuge from the daily grind. And while these wonderful strips of bare ground in our open spaces help us […]

Mountain Bike Basics — Trail Etiquette!

Trail Stewardship Team Online Application Are you a Jefferson County resident, between the ages of 14 and 18, and want a rewarding and challenging summer work opportunity? The work is hard and demanding, but it can be fun and enjoyable, too. Created in 1975, the nationally acclaimed Trail Stewardship Team (TST) has helped […]

Trail Stewardship