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ADV EventsBike RallysTouratech DirtDaze Rally - Aug. 18-22, 2021

Touratech DirtDaze Rally – Aug. 18-22, 2021

A fun & adventurous festival for dual-sport & adventure bikes in the East Coast.

Published on 05.27.2021

Touratech DirtDaze Adventure Bike Rally is a multi-day rally of all the adventure bike riding, learning, and demos you could possibly want. Adventure motorcycle enthusiasts should expect the best of all worlds: Amazing rides for all skill levels through breathtaking landscapes on dirt, gravel and pavement, incredible presentations, onsite education and challenges, moto-vendors, factory demos, outdoor fun and great amenities.

Choose from Easy, Intermediate and Advanced guided rides, lasting between 100-180 miles. They include great riding for all abilities and lunch at a fun, off the grid location. Choose from 5 different rides, whose difficulty, duration, tire choice are listed.

Learn from two of the BEST: Dragoo Adventure Rider Training and SheADV! The Dirt School offers 3 skill levels – Novice, Intermediate and Advanced, offered in 1/2 day sessions. You’ll get lots of professional instruction, and you’ll leave a better rider. Limited Availability.


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Author: ADV Pulse Staff
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One thought on “Touratech DirtDaze Rally – Aug. 18-22, 2021

  1. No Steve this year to slow us down. Just two flat tires on the “Lets get dirty” ride. Writing this reminds me that someone on a KTM has my 21″ tube in there 19″ rear.
    Great event and rides for the big and small bikes. Advanced to beginner. Sign up early and get some training from the pro’s. We all could use more.Unless your lapping Jonny Walker and Graham Jarvis then your good. I have taken both the beginner and intermediate classes. Trying to get some advanced training to happen. It’s just time and money, the two things most of us don’t have a lot of.
    Early start to the week for the woman to get some extra training. SHEADV look it up ladies.
    Afternoon and evening riding events were planned. You could watch or try your to show off your skills. Only “Skill” I had on the training course was a superman flop.
    One day to late for me ! “Teach” On his BMW took some time to explain bike control on the training course. Only to be beaten on a hot lap By a KLIM salesman that front flipped his 790 KTM on the warm-up lap. “Doug” was a fair judge and made excuse that Teach’s BMW needed some front fork work.Teach put on a great show both on and off road.
    Three Demo trucks were on hand . Triumph who is an event sponsor. I think also had the pressure washer out for us. Thank you.
    Yamaha with a small fleet of 700’s. Maybe my next bike. Just wish it was as light as the 790 KTM. 30LBS heavy ?
    The new guys HD. The Pan America is the first HD I have ever ridden that the pegs or over the sized foot flaps didn’t try to kill me in the corner. If your riding style is 80 road 20 dirt road this heavy hauler will get the job done. With HD style and black leather “maybe”. The fun doesn’t have to end when the dirt starts. I hope they sell them with a 4:1 winch system. Green Chile get in there fast. If you think moving stuck GS and the of the big KTM’s is fun.Then just get one of these HD/PA in front of you on your next off road ride. Yes, I did the DEMO on the grass track they had. Was easy to control just felt strange as they would not let the rear lock. “Safety” I’m told, when you buy your own you will be able to in one of the “modes”.
    Only real down side to this year was the weather. Rain at the start and a “storm” to hit the East coast many had to leave early.
    Thank you to Dirt Daze volunteers and crew.
    Names and events recalled may just be head trauma . Don’t call me out with the real facts.
    I had fun plan on returning next year. “Stay away” from me as I have been know to use down rides for better traction.

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