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ADV EventsBike RallysHowlin' At The Moon Dual Sport - Nov. 5-6, 2022

Howlin’ At The Moon Dual Sport – Nov. 5-6, 2022

Two days of brapping through the sands of Arizona.

Published on 09.29.2022

This year the Howlin’ At The Moon rally will be held November 5-6, 2022, in Payson, Arizona, at the Payson Elks Lodge.

There is limited dry camping available and there is the possibility of RV hookup camping but we will not know availability until the event. All camping is first come first served and will be organized by ATR’s own friendly onsite camp host Frank Staley. Look him up when you arrive.

howlin at the moon dual sport rally 2022
(Photo: Arizona Trail Riders/Facebook)

Other camping and hotel options will be available on this page and at website.


There is a 200 rider limit for this event.

There are “A,” “B” and “C” routes available on Saturday. On Sunday there are “A” and “B” routes.  The “A” routes are the toughest and include all manner of two-track and some single track trail. 

The “B” routes are a mix of maintained and un-maintained roads and should be considered “Hero” routes for Big Bike riders. The “C” routes are big bike friendly and will be paved roads along with maintained and semi-maintained dirt roads.

Organizer: Arizona Trail Riders

Register: Howlin’ At The Moon Dual-Sport

Author: Christian Lowe

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