Trail Stewards & Teams
Crook County Team
Winter Fat Bike Trails Grooming Info
Winter Fat Bike Trail Etiquette, PSI Charts, etc
Online Trail Maps & Condition Reports
Printed Trail Maps
COTA Trail Issues Report System
Current Trail Projects
Cascade Lakes Welcome Center
Lower and Upper 66
Bike Park 242
Past Trail Projects
Prineville Bike Park
COTA Trail Standards
COTA Strategic Plan 2018-2022
Board of Directors Job Description
Board Nomination Application
Become a Member
Renew your Membership
Team Building Experience for Businesses
Log Your Hours
Accident Waiver for Trail Work Events
Why Become a COTA Member
GET AND KEEP ACCESS TO MORE TRAILS. COTA advocates tirelessly for new trails and protects access to existing trails.
SUPPORT TRAIL BUILDING AND MAINTENANCE. Your membership dollars help us build and maintain hundreds of miles of trails statewide each year.
TOGETHER WE HAVE MORE POWER. More members strengthen our voice when we talk to land managers and politicians.
KNOW WHAT'S HAPPENING FIRST. Members are kept up to date on advocacy issues, events, classes, races and rides statewide.
BE PART OF A COMMUNITY. Meet and ride with like-minded mountain bikers who support fun, sustainable, legal trails.