The sun rises on Day 5 of the CO 600 with another clear and cloudless sky. It’s going to be another great day on the trails. Daily showers are keeping the dust at bay and keeping trails damp. This morning’s educational session gave riders an insight into the Colorado Off-Highway Vehicle Program and the funding stream that this program brings to improve and maintain multiple use recreational opportunities. The program generates about $4.5 million per year from the annual sale of required OHV stickers and has contributed over $45 million to OHV recreation since 1991. Funds are distributed through a competitive grant process to assist land managers, OHV clubs, nonprofits and local governments for OHV trail maintenance & construction, OHV trailheads & parking areas, trail signs, maps, rider education and law enforcement.