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ADV EventsGroup RidesAlpine Trails Dual Sport Ride - Sep. 21-22, 2013

Alpine Trails Dual Sport Ride – Sep. 21-22, 2013

 Two-Day Ride through Jawbone Canyon, Lake Isabella and Sequoia NF

Published on 09.14.2013
Alpine Trails Dual Sport Ride

The Alpine Trails Dual Sport ride is an AMA sanctioned group ride held in the Sequoia National Forest.  Alpine Trails Dual Sport Ride is a two-day, GPS based, self-guided adventure tour that includes scenic desert vistas, Alpine forests and stunning views of Lake Isabella.

The tour starts in Jawbone Canyon Saturday morning and travels to Lake Isabella for the evening stop.  Then back down the hill on Sunday morning to arrive back at Jawbone Canyon in the afternoon.  This ride includes paved and unpaved roads with options for “hard” & “easy” splits.  Each day gives you approximately 110 miles of off-road riding bliss!

The “easy” splits are perfect for beginner riders or large adventure bikes. Experienced riders are challenged by the “hard” splits that include wooded single-track trails. The Alpine Trails Dual Sport ride caters to ALL street legal Dual Sport and Adventure Motorcycles.


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Event Organizer: Chaparrals Motorcycle Club (AMA Sanctioned Event)

To see the full event details click here.

Author: Rob Dabney

Rob Dabney started a lifelong obsession with motorcycles at the age of 15 when he purchased his first bike – a 1982 Honda MB5. Through his 20’s and 30’s he competed in off-road desert races, including the Baja 250, 500 and 1000. Eventually, his proclivity for exploration led him to dual sport and adventure riding. Rob’s never-ending quest to discover what’s around the next bend has taken him on Adventures in Mexico, North Africa, Europe, and throughout the American West. As a moto journalist, he enjoys inspiring others to seek adventure across horizons both near and far.

Author: Rob Dabney
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