Tons of such trails in our beautiful state. www.traildamage.com (unfortunate name) is a great resource (especially on trail conditions), as are the books by Charles Wells www.funtreks.com . The Colorado Trails series by Peter Massey are good as well. If you're mostly focused on camping and fishing then John Fielder's Best of Colorado might be the best start.Seems a bit extreme for me. Know any moderate trails that lead to destinations like camping and fishing?
Won’t be joining the Facebook group since I don’t have a Facebook account but I am glad for the other locals. I am in Broomfield. We should get together once we all start to get our vehicles.Hello, guess im late to the thread. May 2019 reservation for the R1S... Live in Erie.
If you have not seen it join the Facebook group..
https://www.facebook.com/groups/search/groups_home/?q=colorado rivian club
I agree that Park Meadows is a good place to take delivery. It’s also a good place (given the target demographic so far) to have a store front / experience center. Tesla has (or had) a storefront inside the mall.I hope some of you in Colorado get vehicles this year! (2021 for posterity) I only ordered and R1S in June-21, so I think I will be waiting quite a while. I actually thought about taking delivery in Normal and doing the first trip as the return to Colorado. That sounds ambitious for my first EV.
I'm South Metro in Centennial, so I'm all for a Park Meadows (dislike that place though) location.
Welcome to some new Rivian Colorado folks here! I’m looking forward to setting up any “Rivians and Coffee” meet-up next to any Land Rover dealer in the metro area at any time. Should be a blast!I agree that Park Meadows is a good place to take delivery. It’s also a good place (given the target demographic so far) to have a store front / experience center. Tesla has (or had) a storefront inside the mall.
chatted w/ CS yesterday, no test drive event on the schedule yet either. dropped by SC Friday and not much moving, only handful of construction people aroundstill surprised no one from Colorado has not heard from a guide... we fought really hard to get Colorado to allow direct sales 2 years ago. The Tesla group, and Denver Electric Vehicle Council put a ton of effort into that. but i guess they didn't start on the brick and mortar Service center soon enough.
Rivian hasn't released anything on preorders.Fair but in a Rivian-specific context I thought that Colorado was #2 behind California in pre-orders.