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2024 Adventure Ride

April 20, 2024 - Pozo, CA
Less pavement, more dirt!

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  • Should I ride my adventure bike or dual sport?
    We would recommend the adventure bike. This course is definitely more comfortable on an adventure bike. The part where you would need a dual sport is fairly short and only for expert riders.
  • What is the total mileage of the ride and distance between gas stops?
    195 miles is the total mileage and there is about 65 miles between gas stops.
  • How many hours will the ride take?
    Between 5 and 7 hours including stops for gas and lunch.
  • How will the route be provided?
    A GPX file will be sent out a week ahead of the ride and roll chart type directions will be provided as well so riders can print their own directions.
  • Will there be a tech inspection/will we check motorcycle licenses?
    No, we (Cal Poly Penguins) will not check anything; however, the course is not closed to the public during the ride. Riding a bike that is not street-legal runs you the risk of being pulled over. Additionally, it is possible that the Forest Service could be out on the road and have a checkpoint for spark arrestors. People have been pulled over by rangers in the past.
  • What is the terrain/difficulty?
    You'll be spending about 70% of your time on dirt and the rest will be paved roads. Technically the entire ride could be done in a 2wd truck so we think it be a mild ride.
  • Will lunch be provided?
    Yes, we will provide sandwiches, chips, and drinks.
  • What time should I arrive/when does registration start?
    Registration/check-in starts at 8:30 am! We will have a rider's meeting at 9 am and then we will start the ride at 9:30 am.

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