Adventure Dual-Sport Motorcycle Events Listings
09-01-2018 - 09-03-2018
On the Wild West Desert Tour we ride approximately 450 miles of trails, two track, logging and service roads over three full days. See sights like Hole in the Ground, Fort Rock, Crack in the Ground, the Fort Rock Homestead Museum, Fremont Point and others. Eat GREAT food ( a 30 ounce steak ) at The Cowboy Dinner Tree and other back-country favorites!
08-23-2018 - 08-26-2018
08-17-2018 12:00 pm - 08-19-2018 12:00 pm
There will be good food, presentations, a collectible T shirt and rally pin, factory tours and a souvenir booklet. Lots of in-store-only discounts, too. Camping is available at Duluth’s commercial campgrounds**, the nearest about three miles away. Awards for motorcycle poetry reading, oldest/youngest/farthest-distance rider, sorriest-looking bike and worst worn-out Aerostich suit. Top door prize a complete gear wardrobe worth over $3,000.
08-16-2018 9:00 am - 08-19-2018 12:00 pm
The Fundy Adventure Rally is a four-day event designed for the adventure motorcyclist to explore the remote Fundy Region of Southern New Brunswick, Canada. The Rally features rider training, demo rides, workshops, seminars, moto film festival, self-guided tours, the Fundy Trail Parkway tour, a 250 km scavenger hunt ride, and culminates in a stellar 500 km multi-route GPS team ride for adventure riders of all levels.
08-16-2018 - 08-19-2018
08-10-2018 - 08-12-2018
07-21-2018 - 07-22-2018
06-23-2018 - 06-24-2018
Starting a few miles from Wellsboro, in the heart of the Pennsylvania Wilds area, one of PA’s most popular vacation destinations, home to the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon and the STPR Rally. There are hundreds of miles of nearby state forest gravel and pavement roads that are perfect for adventure riding.All meals and lodging, as well as GPS Routes and Support Crews will be provided.
06-22-2018 - 06-24-2018
The Ozark 200 is an AMA National Dual Sport/Adventure Ride held on and around Mt. Magazine, the highest point in Arkansas, on Forest Roads and trails with limited pavement. A rider limit of 200 has been set to best accommodate the event. The starting location is in New Blaine , AR with lodging and restaurants in nearby Russelleville, AR. The scenic course starts from nearby Lake Dardanelle and climbs to the top of Mt. Magazine in the Ozark National Forest.