Colorado Springs Rodeo

The ProRodeo Hall of Fame and the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association are both located in Colorado Springs. Rodeo has a long history in Colorado Springs. The Professional Bull Riders’ headquarters was originally based in the city, from its induction in 1992 until the year 2005 when it moved to Pueblo, Colorado. The sport is wildly popular in the state of Colorado and there are various celebrations throughout the year for participants and the audience to enjoy. The annual Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo draws in a crowd as four different invitational championship rodeos are held over a four day period. The festival includes the best rodeo athletes competing for the top prize!

 

The ProRodeo Hall of Fame is perfect for anyone interested in the history of the sport. The museum has rodeo artifacts, model horses, and information about some of the most famous rodeo athletes. ProRodeo is notable for being the only museum in the nation that is entirely dedicated to rodeo.