I've been a member of a dirt bike club, Reading Off Road Riders (RORR), for 8 years now. While I don't participate in off road competition events like hare scrambles and enduros any longer, my enthusiasm for my comrads out having a good time at these events hasn't waned. Nothing is better than doing some offroad riding and rooting-on your buddies! Moto Mike, MsMetz, Mitch and I all met in Brandonville, PA, for the start of the Moonshine Enduro. Our RORR buddies would be riding some of PA's toughest 65 miles of rocks and mud and hills with more rocks and mud. MotoMike and I came equipped with our AA Dualsport rides, KTM 640 and KTM 950. Metz and Mitch were on their street friendly machines, BMW 1200GS and FJR1300. This report is what Mike and I were up to during the event, since we got ourselves into places you probably wouldn't want to be on their bikes. Enduros usually start 4 guys every minute. Here's a line of RORR guys, that's Rooster on the left, he counts as two guys. From the start it's right to the grass track. Early morning dew made things quite slippery! We followed the riders down some blacktop and dirt roads to the first check point, where they then entered the woods for some knarly single track. We chatted with the check crew for a while and headed out to find the trail in the woods somewhere ahead and wait for the riders to come by.