Urban Motors is your go-to destination for Ironman 4x4 Parts in Colorado. If you are looking to kit out your Jeep or other off-roading vehicle of choice with the best aftermarket parts for elevating your off-roading adventures, Ironman 4x4 is the way to go. Not only do they look great, but they help give your vehicle the extra elements it needs to make any off-roading adventure memorable in Colorado. After you have equipped your vehicle with these rugged and dependable parts, or you have purchased one of the vehicles we currently have that are pre-equipped with them, you are ready to take an adventure to one of these amazing destinations. Always be sure to do research to ensure the trail is currently passable and appropriate for your type of rugged 4WD vehicle.
Places to Go with Your Ironman 4x4-Equipped Vehicle in Colorado
Roosevelt National Forest – A mainstay for a reason, this is one of the premier destinations in Colorado to go to if you are an outdoor enthusiast. With Ironman 4x4 parts equipped, your vehicle will have no problem navigating the various elevation changes and rugged terrain that is found throughout the park. We highly suggest taking your newly equipped Jeep or other vehicle out for a drive there even if you have been there plenty of times before!
Great Sand Dunes National Park – If you really want to put your new parts to the test, this is the place for you. Located southwest of Pueblo and next to the Rio Grande National Forest, this park is home to the tallest sand dunes in North America. If you are looking for a memorable adventure in your high clearance 4WD, Medana Pass Primitive Road will not disappoint. This is rough terrain, so be prepared for quite the off-roading adventure!
Engineer Pass – Part of the amazing Alpine Loop in the San Juan Mountains near Ouray, this trail is definitely worth the drive. The high elevation, rocky road and challenging switchbacks will put your vehicle to the test! But you will be well rewarded by the scenic views and interesting roadside features, such as old mines, ghost towns and cabin remains.