To preserve, protect and help with upkeep of our trails and public lands, while creating an environment for women to feel welcome regardless of their skill level on the trail.

Colorado's All Girls Jeep Club

January Member of the Month

Colorado Jeep Girls

Name: Brittnee Kidder-Davis

Year/Make/Model: 1999 Jeep Cherokee (XJ)

Jeep Name: Burtie

Current Mods/Future Mods:

Burtie is currently sitting on 35’s, with an 8 inch, long arm lift, one ton steering and a Detroit locker in the rear.
I am excited to get my stiffener kit from Hooligan put on this winter, along with some body armor. My hope is to get a roll cage put in before the end of Summer 2019

How long have you been off roading?

I was raised to be a Jeep girl. My mom had a CJ7 and a TJ for the majority of my childhood. So when it got to me having my own Jeep, of course I went for a classic ‘98 turquoise Wrangler. I loved that Jeep. I had her all over the trails in Central City. A couple years later, I decided to trade her in on a JK.  That’s when I really started venturing out to different areas to wheel. I drove the wheels off that Jeep (literally). That’s when I made the decision to upgrade to Burtie, my XJ, which was the best decision ever.


What’s your favorite trail, and what trails would you like to tackle?


Rainbow Falls is my favorite trail ever, and I am excited to get out and checkout some trails in the Glenwood Springs area.

Favorite memory with Colorado Jeep Girls?

My favorite memory would have to be when Cat, Alyssa and I went out to Westcliffe for Memorial Day Weekend. Westcliffe tried its darndest to break us… We had two broke down Jeeps, a KOA campground that locked the showers after we were covered in coolant, a horrific wind storm that tried to blow us away when we finally found time to fall asleep and so much more. The three of us pulled together and made the best out of every hurdle we encountered. We coined this hashtag after that trip: #survivedwestcliffe2018