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Old 09-15-2014, 07:05 AM   #1
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ISDT/E Reunion Dual Sport Ride 10/25/14

The Tulsa Trail Riders are putting on a dual sport ride in conjunction with the ISDT/ISDE Leroy Winters Reunion Ride at the Zink Ranch(site of the 1994 ISDE) northwest of Tulsa. Saturday, Oct.25 while the ISDT/E competitors are riding the 1st day of 2 days of cross-country/motocross.

The dual sport ride will start at the Zink Ranch pavilion at the north end of highway 97 at the gate to the Zink Ranch. The ride will be about 180 miles consisting of 35-40% backroads pavement and the rest is gravel county roads. While the ride lacks any single track, it's rich in scenery and history.
Here's a flyer with more information and a sign up sheet: http://www.tulsatrailriders.com/File...tRideFlyer.pdf
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Old 09-15-2014, 07:09 AM   #2
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That would be a blast to do! Too bad I'm going to miss this due to injury....
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Yeah Robert, it's a ride I do on a semi-regular basis anyway just because it's so interesting. I think we're going to run a chase truck and you would be welcome to drive it if you wanted to, however, I doubt with your back problem you'd want to spend that much time in my rough riding Dodge dually especially on those roads. Never-the-less, when you get back in 'ride' mode, you just holler and I'll take you up there.
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Old 09-15-2014, 08:52 AM   #4
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Dick- Hey I got one of them rough ridin' Chevy duallys so I'm used to the ride. I may take you up on that Shag wagon offer if I don't go under the knife first!!!
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Old 09-15-2014, 10:46 AM   #5
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The Tulsa Trail Riders are putting on a dual sport ride in conjunction with the ISDT/ISDE Leroy Winters Reunion Ride at the Zink Ranch(site of the 1994 ISDE) northwest of Tulsa. Saturday, Oct.25 while the ISDT/E competitors are riding the 1st day of 2 days of cross-country/motocross.

The dual sport ride will start at the Zink Ranch pavilion at the north end of highway 97 at the gate to the Zink Ranch. The ride will be about 180 miles consisting of 35-40% backroads pavement and the rest is gravel county roads. While the ride lacks any single track, it's rich in scenery and history.
Here's a flyer with more information and a sign up sheet: http://www.tulsatrailriders.com/File...tRideFlyer.pdf
Is the offroad ride stuff restricted to former ISDT competitors only?
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Old 09-15-2014, 02:51 PM   #6
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No. The rules are---if you've ever competed in an ISDE/T you can ride anything you want, but if you haven't you have to ride a vintage or post-vintage bike per AHRMA classes. Here's a link that will give you the classes and such: www.ahrma.org
Just for what it's worth, there are AHRMA 'event' memberships available but I'm not sure what the charge is for those.
The trail sections and special tests are very vintage bike friendly and the Sunday motocross will be on a natural terrain track.
Incidentally, the vintage motocross carries no admission charge for spectators and will be just past the pavilion between the 2nd cattle guard and the main gate to the Zink Ranch. The only thing one will have to do to spectate is sign a release.
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