February 2017: The 2016 Colorado OHV Economic Impact Study

The 2016 OHV Economic Impact Study Released
Colorado offers unique opportunities for motorized recreation throughout many parts the state. As such, the sport and industry of motorized recreation has increased in popularity in Colorado, both for Colorado residents and residents of other states. Pinyon Environmental Inc. evaluated the economic contribution of motorized recreation throughout Colorado for the 2014–2015 season.  This report was prepared for the Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Coalition by Pinyon Environmental in Lakewood, Colorado, funded in part and with complete support from the Colorado State OHV Program, managed by Colorado Parks and Wildlife. 

We encourage you to download the Executive Summary and/or the Full Report.


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