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Heavyweight Bikes


These bikes typically boast engine displacement greater than 800ccs. All that power comes with a price; heavyweight bikes top the scales over 400 pounds and often have lower ground clearance than other classes of dual sports. They have greater weight management capacity, and are the most comfortable way to travel 2-up. They are also favored by people who like to pack large quantities of gear.

Hell to Heaven 2010

  •  Club Ride
  •   07/03/2010 - 7:30 am
  •   07/06/2010 - 7:00 pm
  •  ~800 miles
  •  McDonalds parking lot in Eagle
  •  Developed Campsites
  •  Every 150 Miles
  •  Available enroute ($)

Difficulty Rating:

2 - Basic Skills

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Ride Description:

This is a long trip but one of the most beautiful that you can ride. You will be able to visit several of you IAMC Challenge points along the way. We will stay in Developed camp sites along the way. Your bike will need to have a 165 to 175 mile range on your fuel. We will pass through towns that you can buy food in or eat at. come on out for a great trip, GPX. routes will be available as soon as the new web site is up.

Contact Information:

Ed Hiatt (This information has been provided by the creator of this event page.)

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Moab CanyonLands Classic

  •  Community Ride
  •   06/03/2010 - 12:00 pm
  •   06/06/2010 - 12:00 pm
  •  ~580 miles
  •  Moab
  •  Not Applicable
  •  Not Applicable
  •  Not Applicable

Difficulty Rating:

Not Applicable

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Ride Description:

Depart Wednesday PM and drive to Moab return on Sunday.

This event attracts people from all over the US and was started in the 90’s as a KLR Rally. This is a very loose run rally by Fred Hink of Arrowhead Motorsports in Moab. Attendance will be 50 and 150 but they will all be Dual Sporters.
 
I have rented a cabin at Canyonlands RV Park and will be staying there.
 
This is a ride on your own type of event. Riding skill are from beginning to expert depending on where you ride.

Contact Information:

tim.bernard@happy-trail.com (This information has been provided by the creator of this event page.)

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Boise-Riggins-Big Creek-Deadwood & back

  •  Member Ride
  •   08/06/2009 - 6:00 pm
  •   08/15/2009 - 8:00 pm
  •  ~430 miles
  •  Happy Trails
  •  Primitive Camping
  •  Every 200 Miles
  •  Available enroute ($)

Difficulty Rating:

2 - Basic Skills

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Ride Description:

Friday we will go from Happy Trails to my lot at Donnelly Idaho (90 miles). Some may want to do a ride thru the Ola country and meet there Friday night.I have water, power and bathroom. We will leave early Sat and go to Riggins, then up French Creek to Warren and over Elk Creek Summit to Big Creek and camp at Yellowpine (190 miles). We will buy gas in Yellowpine. There is a bar and cafe here.

Contact Information:

Dave Barnes (steelhead@mindspring.com) (This information has been provided by the creator of this event page.)

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Three Corners/Three States Ride

  •  Member Ride
  •   09/24/2009 - 5:00 pm
  •   09/27/2009 - 6:00 pm
  •  ~1000 miles
  •  
  •  Primitive Camping
  •  Every 200 Miles
  •  Pack it in, Pack it out

Difficulty Rating:

4 - Master Rider

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Ride Description:

SORRY THE WORDS ARE ALL RUN TOGETHER. SOMETHING HAS CHANGED AND I CAN'T GET PARAGRAPHS, BOLD LETTERING, ETC. Idaho, Nevada, Oregon. High Desert in the fall. Sounds like fun huh? DAY ONE-THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24TH I will be at the Homedale Subway sandwich joint at 4:30 p.m. to get a bite to eat. We will head out at 5:00 p.m. and head west to Oregon and take Succor Creek Road south towards Jordan Valley. This will be 65 miles of fast gravel/dirt almost all the way to Jordan Valley. The last few miles are pavement. Fuel up in Jordan Valley.

Contact Information:

udlinekejc@att.net 208-278-3275 Ed (This information has been provided by the creator of this event page.)

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