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ADV EventsGroup RidesDevil's Creek Dual Sport - Mar. 7-8, 2015

Devil’s Creek Dual Sport – Mar. 7-8, 2015

 You will never leave the same rider you were before "The Creek."

Published on 01.21.2015
Devil's Creek Dual Sport 2015

1996. The year of the first Devil’s Creek Dual Sport & Adventure Weekend event.

Back in those days there were only two dual sport events in the entire south east, Bike Week and The Hooch. Devil’s Creek added number 3.

Since that time, the Devil’s Creek DualSport has grown, it’s improved, it’s morphed into something more than a “get together”. It’s a happening. A place to be. A must do. Some have called it the “Best Dual Sport Event in the Southeast.”


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From the humble beginnings of 25 riders to the current limit of 150, Devil’s Creek proves to be something special for everyone. It can be long and difficult, could be easy, could be challenging. Some years it may be too dry, or too wet, and sometimes it’s just right. We never know trail conditions until the weekend, because with a day or two of rain or sunshine, the forest changes. So be prepared for anything!

What makes Devil’s Creek so special? The people. The stories. The history. The friends you have and the friends you will make. You will never leave as the same rider that you were before “The Creek.”

You can expect two great days of self-guided riding for all skill levels, entertainment, more food than you could possibly want, and great friends.

Event Organizer: Dixie Dual Sport (AMA Yamaha Super Ténéré Adventure Riding Series)

To see the full event details click here.

Author: Annette Peterson
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