Welcome to The Tenderfoot Track Club
Summit County Off-Road Riders (SCORR) Tenderfoot Track Club is located between Dillon and Keystone, Colorado, off of Highway 6 on Cemetery Rd. at the base of Tenderfoot Mountain. We are a family-friendly intermediate motocross track with two beginner tracks, and a short single track looped riding area. Please visit us on Facebook to upload your photos and tell us about your experience. https://www.
Membership is open to the public, but every rider has to read and then sign our RELEASE FROM LIABILITY. Sign it electronically and email it back or simply state “I agree to the Agreement” with your name to email@example.com.
If you don’t sign the waiver you will be considered a trespasser and subject to a fine and/or arrest even if you get hurt. If you don’t pay the fee, we will not have the money to keep the track groomed. SCORR is a non-profit and partners with the landowner (Summit County, CO) to keep this track open and safe. The gate code is 2112. Please keep it locked.
SCORR and SCOMBA
SCORR is partnering with the Summit County Mountain Bike Alliance for trail building days on Tenderfoot Mountain between Dillon and Keystone. Please check https://www.scomba.org/ for details. With the exponential growth of e-bikes, our two sports of single-track trail riding have merged. Our motorized trails are now their motorized trails along with the work it takes to build and maintain them.
2022 Season Passes On Sale Now
Family Pass – We want more riders and so we are giving your families a break. $250 gets you 2 Adult passes and up to 3 child passes for your family. Rules are the same as a child pass. 16 and under, and all have to be in the same household.
Adult Pass – The price for a single adult this year will be $125.
- Day Passes– Sign up and pay here. $20
- Gate code– 2112
SCORR Builds Single Track
SCORR works with the local USFS Dillon Ranger District and Friends of the Dillon Ranger District for building and maintaining single-track trails. These are located on Tenderfoot Mountain between Dillon and Keystone with many more miles of single-track trails in the Breckenridge Golden Horseshoe area between Tiger Road and French Gulch. The bulk of our grants come from the Colorado State Parks and Wildlife OHV sticker program, almost one million dollars to date. Please buy a $25.25 sticker from them if you ride these trails. Buy the Sticker Here
P.O. Box 1789
Frisco, CO 80443
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