Several of us from the Arkansas River Valley Dirt Riders always camp and ride on NY at BC and anyone is invited. Actually I'll be there the weekend before NY, come back for NY eve about 10am and stay camped until at least Saturday of the weekend after NY. It is a good time to meet folks who know the Single Track around BC and have a good time as well. On Friday after NY, we plan a 90 mile round trip cross country Dual Sport ride from BC to Macks Pines at Moccasin Gap on Hwy 7. We have done this ride before, it is all you can do to get in 90 miles of the terrain we'll be riding. It will be pretty tough for DS bikes in places. Creek crossings, hill climbs, etc. Kind of similar to the mostly off road stuff like gets ridden at the Fall Colors Tour. Jim Devereax will be the trail leader as usual. If you have ridden with JImbo you know what I'm talking about! We don't ride crazy fast, just a quick steady pace for 90 miles with rest breaks about every hour or two, or whenever someone falls over in a creek or fails on a hillclimb. We gotta have out laughs and pictures you know. I will be riding at BC on NY eve and day, then doing the DS on Friday. Some other riders will be arriving the weekend after NY on Sat morning and staying all of the weekend after NY. This terrain is not Adventure bike friendly, although I can get my KLR 650 through all of it with some work. A smaller DS bike is best unless you like a challenge. Again, anyone can come and ride. The camping at Brock Creek is "primitive" only, no hookups or water. There is a toilet. Some of us camp in trailers, some in tents. We will ride in almost any weather unless it is really cold and raining. Snow won't stop us, but we might cut the DS ride short. I will be riding unless the weather is a downpour and really cold. For more info, go to www.rvdrs.com for this ride.