The AMA has announced the schedule for its 2019 Beta AMA National Dual Sport Series. This year’s series will include 16 multi-day events organized by AMA-chartered clubs and promoters in 12 states.
The Beta AMA National Dual Sport Series is open to street-legal motorcycles that are capable of navigating single track trails. Since 1987 the series has taken riders through some of the most remote parts of the U.S. You can expect to cover exciting and challenging terrain at each event as local club experts develop and map the routes.
The series sponsor, Beta returns for the 5th year as the Series’ main sponsor. Beta’s USA President has praised the series and its effect on Beta sales.
“The series has been a great asset to our business and has helped us to grow our dual sport model sales. We hand out goodie bags to all of the event participants, and the series also allows our dealers to display at the events. It is a win-win the way we see it.”
The Series is open to riders both casual and former racers. To keep the terrain enjoyable for all who participate, many of the events feature alternate routes that appeal to different levels of riders.
AMA’s Recreational Riding Manager, Heather Wilson said:
“The fellowship found in dual sport riding is unparalleled. There is no better way to enjoy some amazing trails, while knowing a few hundred other participants are there to support you, whether it’s your first dual-sport event or you are returning to tackle a difficult trail section.”
The kinds of terrain vary from event to event, ranging from thick forest to desert sand. Series participants will find themselves on a mixture of private and public land. Regardless of the terrain, participants will find camaraderie and challenge in each series event.
Interested? Check out AMA’s website for the AMA National Dual Sport Series.