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ADV EventsBike RallysManchester Dual Sport — Jan. 29, 2023

Manchester Dual Sport — Jan. 29, 2023

Ride a special winter opening of South Carolina's Manchester State Forest.

Published on 12.12.2022

Sponsored by the Sumter Enduro Riders Association in South Carolina, this is a one-day, 50-plus mile ride consisting primarily of single-track woods trail (with EZ-Outs) connected by dirt roads, woods roads and paved roads.

The ride will be self-guided following a route sheet and arrows. The route will include large portions of the NEPG National Enduro trail being held the following week. RIDERS WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO RIDE BOTH EVENTS.

This event is being made under a special use permit obtained through Manchester State Forest and cannot be ridden at any other time. The Manchester State Forest has a lot of users, and you could encounter horses on the roads.


If so, please stop, shut off your bike and let the horses pass. Please pack out all trash!!!

Your bike must also meet all South Carolina requirements for public roadways. This is an AMA Sanctioned event. AMA memberships will be available at Registration.

Bring your own gas and route sheet holder. Lunch and gas will be available at the parking area.

Details: Manchester Dual Sport

Register: Sumter Enduro Riders Association

Author: Christian Lowe

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