The Colorado 4-Piayers is a social group established in the spring of 1986. With 15 original members, they set out to establish a well-rounded group of individuals who enjoyed similar outdoor interests. They organized camping expedititions four-wheeling adventures, and other events to bring their group closer as a community.
Today, the group is proud to be 35 members strong and still enjoying the wonders of Colorado and surrounding states. However, they have spread their wings and now serve the Colorado gay community as much more than a social group. The Colorado 4-Piayers have spent considerable time reaching out to every segment of the gay community. They have put together many annual fundraising events for organizations such as the Colorado AIDS Project, Horizon House, Our House, and the City Bikers. In one of their favorite events, they spread holiday cheer by sponsoring an annual Christmas tree donation to the Colorado AIDS Project.
They also have become known as the security force for many community functions throughout the year. Look for the 4-Piayers as they keep us all safe at the annual Denver Pride Festival celebration and as they serve as intersection guards for the City Bikers during their annual Ride Against Aids.
The 4-Piayers' involvement with the Colorado Gay Rodeo Association (CGRA) began in 1986 when they volunteered their services as security for the 4th Annual Rocky Mountain Regional Rodeo. They have since provided security for 10 Rocky Mountain Regional Rodeos, two Pikes Peak United Rodeos in Colorado Springs, and two International Gay Rodeo Finals held in the Denver area.
Because of the 4-Piayers' continued dedication and support of the gay community and the invaluable services they have provided to the Colorado Gay Rodeo Association, CGRA is proud to have them serve as Grand Marshals for the 14th Annual Rocky Mountain Regional Rodeo. Our hats are off to you!