Mountain Madness Dual Sport 2018! Flagstaff, AZ July 13-14

Discussion in 'Rallies' started by Bikedude987, Jun 13, 2018.

  1. Bikedude987

    Bikedude987 Been here awhile

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    Once again the Coconino Trail Riders have sacrificed many a weekend scouting great routes for the Flagstaff Mountain Madness Dual Sport in July. It’s a tough job but we’re up to it!

    A & B Riders- Full Weekend Event-
    Includes breakfast, lunch (at a remote site), and dinner Saturday, plus breakfast Sunday. Saturday’s A ride will be approximately 115 miles of forest roads, two-track, and single track (optional). Saturday’s B ride will be approximately 99 miles of forest roads, two-track, and some single track (optional). Sunday’s ride will be more of an easy, scenic cruse and includes approximately 70 miles of forest roads, two-track, and some extra single track for A riders! Saturday après ride includes happy hour and raffle after dinner! (Please note: lunch will not be provided on Sunday)

    C Riders- Full Weekend Event
    Includes breakfast, lunch (at a remote site) and dinner Saturday, plus breakfast Sunday. Saturday’s ride will be approximately 110 miles of maintained and semi-maintained forest roads and some pavement. Sunday’s ride will be approximately 55 miles of maintained and semi-maintained forest roads and some pavement. Saturday après ride includes happy hour and raffle after dinner! (Please note: lunch will not be provided on Sunday)

    ADV route
    Saturday is a Big Bike friendly route of 160 miles mix of street and dirt tailored to large adventure bikes . This includes breakfast, lunch (at a remote site) and dinner Saturday, plus breakfast Sunday. Sunday is a shorter route of more of the same scenic Big Bike fun. Please note – ADV route is GPS only.

    Additional dinner tickets are available for anyone interested in joining us for Saturday night’s dinner. Guests are welcome to après ride and the raffle. Some space is available at the venue for totally self contained RVs. If interested, please email flagstaffmtnmadness@gmail.com. Otherwise, there are hotels, aribnb’s and campgrounds throughout Flagstaff. Choose one day or the entire weekend. Camping is available at Fort Tuthill, check out www.campforttuthill.com. Primitive camping is available on many of the local forest service roads. And Flagstaff is full of hotels and Airbnbs at all price points.

    Escape the heat and join us for a mountain adventure!

    Cost is $125 for the full event, with options to buy ala carte.

    To register:
    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/flagstaff-mountain-madness-2018-tickets-46555664245
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  2. apexfiend

    apexfiend Adventurer

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    Last year was excellent, cant wait!
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