UPDATE 5/18/2019: Loess Hill Date Reset: We had to postpone the ride on 5/17-18 due to weather (like lightening, hail). The new dates are June 7 through 8. I'm reserving the campground (up to four sites) and one small cabin now by the bathhouse. The cabin gives us a place to cook and hang if weather moves in. There are also other cabins available the last time I checked. Campsites are $15 a night, but $20 if you use electric. The charge is per tent. PM me for reservation information. Book tent space through me. Committed: @Orangecicle @32dgrz @Brek81 +1 @RoundOz @Hamberg @GlobalriderTrev 50% Committed: @s0lidstate @FishyMoto Bruce K., assuming he can get is bike to start. @Az guy Aught to be Committed: @engineman @ZLTFUL @ts3doug @IAbryon GPX Tracks. Thanks much to @IAbryon for helping me test tracks!!! Tracks were updated 5/11/2019 at 2:40pm with the final, final version. I found a mistake in the tracks I uploaded earlier in the day and fixed it. There is still one road marked as gravel that . . . isn't a road. You'll need to work around that. The final GPX has something like 37 tracks and 21 waypoints in a single GPX file. I use Motion-X, and that program allows me to organize each subset of tracks into its own "folder," so to speak. I can then choose to display or not display the B roads, and I can color code the B roads. That way, I can see the B Roads in advance and can avoid them if it is wet. YMMV. This is what my screen looks like when riding. Not all "B" roads are really B roads. If two B roads were close to each other I just made a continuous track between them because . . . I'm lazy. Just know that some Bs will have gravel. Included in the "Final" track is an alternate route that takes you from the Twisted Tail in BeeBeeTown to the campground. There are a few B roads in the track, and there is one C Road which had an open gate when we passed through. C roads can be gaited and marked "No Trespassing," so go down that road at your own risk. Most of this track is just a nice paved road through the hills. I've also uploaded a "Travel" GPX, which was originally designed to get you from the Missouri border to the campgrounds. That file is there for the adventurous souls who want a challenge getting to the Hideaway campsite. That track includes both gravel and B roads, so if it's wet . . . um, good luck. Look at it this way, you carry camping gear for a reason, right? If the roads are dry, you'll likely find that the B roads are actually better than the gravel. Many spots in the gravel roads have very soft dirt below with gravel on top. I've noted one particularly crappy gravel road in the north and provided an ALT track around the worst bit. Camping: Loess Hills Hideaway campground: https://www.loesshillshideaway.com There is also a bathhouse with one shower for guys and one for the ladies. View from the northernmost B road: Preparation Canyon Overlook: Typical Loess Hills B Road: Pathfield Road (southeast of Pacific Junction) Event Sponsors: None. This is nothing more than a group of like-minded people getting together. I drew some lines on a map so that I could ride them. Follow them if you feel like it, but you do so at your own risk. Will there be T-shirts? If you bring your own T-shirts, then there will be T-shirts.