MountainScape is a sports car sharing club serving the Colorado Front Range.
Who are our members?
People who love cars and love driving, and who are considering or already have a second car that they use for having fun and for special occasions. This will include people who have gone electric for their day to day transport. For less than the cost of owning a second car, MountainScape can offer our members a dream garage full of motoring options.
MountainScape is a new business, and we'll be rolling out our first memberships in the summer of 2020. We are looking for a small group of initial members that share our automotive enthusiasm, to join us on our journey.
We initially plan to start with a small number of members and grow in a controlled fashion so we can ensure we offer the best possible experience and the maximum possible choice.
Over the next few years we will manage the growth of membership so that we can offer a unique and truly engaging experience to everyone who joins us. With additional members however we will also be able to increase the number and verity of cars in our fleet, with the goal of always having new experiences to enjoy and options that no other company or club will offer. We'll also work on creating travel packages such as; Grand Prix, Formula E and MotoGPs as well as international trips to events like the Goodwood Festival of Speed and Le Mans 24 Hours. We'll also be arranging track days, driving tours and other motoring experiences to enjoy.
Why are we doing this?
We see the automotive landscape at significant junction (see below for a couple of interesting presentations on the topic). We believe this will mostly be for the better, and offer more people more and safer options more of the time. However we still love the old fashioned pleasures of driving great cars. We will offer the experience of driving beautiful and emotional cars to our members who share that passion.
Change is coming:
Get To Know Us
How I Got Here
I grew up in the UK (so my car history may be unfamiliar to many of you), and moved out to the US about 10 years ago with the big IT company I worked for.
I was the kid with Lamborghini posters on my bedroom wall and car doodles in my school books. I still absolutely have that passion for cars, but I'm also very interested in the new automotive technologies coming into the market, and am keen to see (and play a small part in) the reduction in the environmental impact that we make.
My Car History
Audi 80 GLS - my first car bought for £800.
Morris Ital (for those in the know - yes it is as bad as they say)
Mk I Vauxhall Cavalier - a surprising good drift machine
Triumph TR7 - (converted to a V8 when the original engine exploded) - an animal - crashed
Another Triumph TR7 - with the V8 from the last one transplanted
Mk III Ford Escort Estate
Mk I Ford Mondeo
Alfa Romeo 145 Cloverleaf - great little car
Mk II Alfa Romeo GTV6 - my second favourite car
TVR Tamora - beautiful, very fast, pig to drive
Ford Mondeo Wagon - bought as a general purpose car to run with the TVR
Honda CBR 900 Fireblade - this one ended badly for both me and the bike
Alfa Romeo 156
Kawasaki ZX6R Ninja - my track bike
Porsche 911 (996) Targa - The best car I ever owned
Infiniti FX35 - My first car in the US
Infiniti G37S - A good gear box would have made this a very good car.
Nissan Xterra Pro4X - my little tank.