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ADV EventsGroup RidesAnnual Giant Loop Ride - Jun. 3-5, 2016

Annual Giant Loop Ride – Jun. 3-5, 2016

Join Giant Loop for off-road adventure in Oregon’s beautiful high desert.

Published on 02.04.2016

The Annual Giant Loop Ride is a great way to get a taste of the amazing riding in Oregon – and to meet some new riding friends. Dual sport, adventure touring can ride their own route or choose from a variety of routes and form their own groups to suit most any bike and rider skill level. This is not a guided trip, your fees cover two nights of camping, hot springs access, Silipint drinkware, and meals, snacks and beverages.

Important Details about the 5th Annual Giant Loop Ride:

• All riders are expected to be self-sufficient and equipped with all tools and supplies needed to be safe and comfortable.
• For your registration fee, Giant Loop is providing food, beverage and commemorative drink ware – all provided and delivered on private lands.
• This is not a paid guided trip. Riders are free to choose any route they wish to ride, and riders are responsible for all required permits, licenses, etc.
• Route suggestions and GPS tracks are provided free of charge for your convenience.
• This is some of the most rugged and remote country in the lower 48 states. We recommend using a SPOT tracker or similar device for self-rescue. Cell phone coverage is unreliable in rural Oregon. There are no support vehicles, and many available routes are far from medical and mechanical help. Consider signing up for and emergency service provider, such as Air Link or Life Flight. Here’s a good PDF article discussing the details and relative merits of these service providers.
• Unpaid volunteers will be available to facilitate forming groups of riders with similar skills, bike types and interests, but riders are responsible for themselves, are free to choose any route they wish to ride and are free to ride with any other riders – or by themselves as individuals.


All licensed riders on street-legal bike types are welcome!

To see full event details click here.

Author: Annette Peterson

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