There are still plenty of openings left on this ride......we always have lots of raffle merchandise to giveaway Saturday night after the catered dinner, lunches included both days....great riding in the Anza Borrego Desert area......
Flyer is up on News/Events Page of SDAR Site....
It's that time of year for the 10th Annual
Anza Borrego Desert Dash, February 23-24, 2013.
This year should be better than ever, gotta celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the event. Just a little history on it....10 years ago I decided to try to put on an organized event....about 56 people showed up to the one day ride.
The next year, I tried it as a 2 day ride...only about 30 people showed up. Then, we started advertising the event in the D37 AMA Dualsport Newsletter, and it grew from there. For the last few years, we have always been at maximum capacity with entries from all over, including California (a lot of D37 Los Angeles area riders), northern CA, Oregon, Washington, the east coast and even Japan. It continues to be a favorite of many riders.
This year, we will get out and change the routes around a bit, try to find some new trails to add to the ride.
Just a note...this ride would be difficult for a new, inexperienced rider.
This 2 day dualsport ride for licensed, street-legal motorcycles passes
through the vast Anza Borrego Desert State Park, Ocotillo Wells and
the Superstition Mountain Area, including many scenic canyons,
sandwashes, mud caves and spectacular vistas of the surrounding
badlands, mountains and deserts.
Ride starts & finishes at
Butterfield Ranch RV Park,
14925 Highway S2 (Great South Overland Stage Route), Julian, CA 92036
Day 1 is approximately 200 miles, and Day 2 approximately 140 miles. Riders should have some desert riding
experience, there are some rocky and sandy sections on this ride. There are many pavement bailout options along
the route. MAXIMUM MILEAGE between gas stops is 95 miles.
Ride is limited to 125 riders, so please register early to guarantee your chance to ride this event. Entry includes
maps, roll-chart, GPS Tracks, a well planned route, event T-Shirt, Saturday lunch, Saturday night BBQ & Raffle
giveaways at the Clubhouse, and Sunday Lunch. Bring Gas to fill up your bikes Sunday morning. Riders need a