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ADV EventsGroup RidesMoab Desert Ride - Apr. 23-26, 2015

Moab Desert Ride – Apr. 23-26, 2015

 Join the BDR Team and industry professionals for a special fundraising event.

Published on 03.09.2015
Moab Desert Ride 2015

The Moab Desert Ride is the second annual Backcountry Discovery Route (BDR) Fundraiser. This special event will be a great opportunity to meet other industry professionals and ADV enthusiasts. The Moab Desert Ride is especially organized to help raise funds required to continue to create new routes and preserve riding opportunities for the ADV community. Ride ADV bikes in the SE Utah and Western Colorado while raising money for the BDR organization and learning about its mission to create and preserve ADV riding opportunities.

The Moab Desert Ride will include daily rides for different skill levels, through the incredible desert country. During the event you can take part in planing the future of the BDR organization and receive the “BDR Supporter” badge and other mementos. You will also enjoy the convenience of having fully catered throughout the whole weekend and nightly appetizers and drinks in the cantina. To add to the fun, you’ll have a chance to win prizes from many of the event’s sponsors.

There is a limited number of riders that can join so book soon!


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Event Organizer: Backcountry Discovery Routes
To see the full event details click here.

Author: Annette Peterson
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