ADVrider Rally Pahrump NV ADV Rally, Nov. 4 - 7, 2021

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    7th ANNUAL ADV pahRUMP RALLY

    November 4 - 7, 2021
    Adventure Riders Rally @ Pahrump NV
    Petrack Park, 150 NV-160
    Map Here

    N36.22005° W115.99552°

    This Rally is a camping and meet-up event. Riding is whatever you and your friends do when you leave the campground.


    REGISTER....https://forms.gle/2kMcNSDirGNVezEP9

    COST - $80 to $110, non-riding guests and youngsters are less.......2 NIGHTS of DINNER INCLUDED

    REGULAR REGISTRATION

    - STARTS JUNE 15, 2021 (REVISED DATE)
    - ENDS OCTOBER 10, 2021 (REVISED DATE)

    DIBS REGISTRATION (ELECTRIC HOOK-UP)
    - STARTS JUNE 15, 2021
    - ENDS JULY 15, 2021


    LATE REGISTRATION
    OCTOBER 10 - 31, 2021
    (A $30 ADDITIONAL FEE TO THE REGULAR COST)

    NOTE: SORRY....THERE'S NO REFUND!



    12 RV HOOKUPS - ELECTRICAL ONLY, VOLUNTEERS GET PRIORITY

    70 TRUCKS/SUV CAMPING - OPEN AREA
    70 TENT SITES/RIDE INS - TREE-LINED AND OPEN AREA

    MOTELS IN TOWN - BOOK YOURSELF, your PARTICIPATION COST is the SAME as RIDE INs

    PAID LIST - PLEASE POST UP AFTER YOU SENT YOUR MONEY.
    1. @NSFW - Joel - Husqvarna 701E
    2. @FYYFF - Ersin - Honda XR400 - ST
    3. @GalacticGS - Larry - Moto Guzzi V85TT - Ride In
    4. @Drebin - Calvin - HD Pan America - Ride In
    5. @SlowerThanYou - Del - Suzuki DR650 - ST
    6. @Little Bike - Sue - KTM 690/TW200 - Electric RV Site
    7. @Tuffgonger - Steve - KTM 530 - DONATED
    8. @sopascat - Cathy - Yamaha Wr250 - Electric RV Site
    9. @headstaller - Chu - Husky 501 - ST
    10. @garfey - Dave - BMW F700GS - Ride In
    11. @Mofrid - Bill - Honda CRF250L - BT
    12. @HBSURFDAD - Troy - TW200 - ST
    13. ------
    14. @byh - Brian - Honda CRF300L - Electric RV Site
    15. @Mr Head - Dick - KTM 990A - Ride In
    16. @tbarstow - Tim - KTM 530 - BT
    17. @OuttaTowner - David - Kawi Versys - BT
    18. @Team Vegas - Shawn - KTM 450/990 - Electric RV Site
    19. @DUNERAPTOR - Del - KTM Adventure - Electric RV Site
    20. @BillUA - Bill - KTM 500EXCF - Electric RV Site
    21. @MrGadalot - Craig - KTM890 - BT, Tee
    22. @Fatallybitten - David - Husky 701E -ST, Tee
    23. @Migolito - Mike - KTM 790 - BT
    24. @AllSeasonRider - Mark - KTM 690E - Ride In
    25. @Unkgd - Bill - Husqvarna 701E - Electric RV Site
    26. @dunerat - Noel - KTM 500EXCF - Electric RV Site
    27. ms.dunerat - Val - Guest
    28. @MrEndo - Jorge - KTM ? - Ride In
    29. @hicRhodus - Oliver - CRF250L - Ride In
    30. @catfish - Mike - CB500/Beta - BT
    31. @Davethestick - Dave - XR650R - ST
    32. Kirnostick - Rick - Suzuki VStrom - ST
    33. @Damado - David - Husaberg 570 - BT
    34. @Captain Quagmire - Chris - KTM 500 - BT
    35. @stunny - Stan - KTM 690 Rally/BMW 650 Rally - Carpool
    36. @stunni - Peter - KLR 650 - Electric RV
    37. @camello911 - Josue - F800GSA - ST
    38. @Motobillb - Bill - KTM 790ADV R - Ride In
    39. @RobertRADV - Robert - BMW R125 0GSA - Ride In
    40. @BeerMoney - Gary - Kawasaki KLR 650 - Ride In
    41. @Sara FR - Sara - KTM 250 EXCF - ST
    42. @FrenchChris - Chris - Beta 390RR S - ST
    43. @Robbyw1985 - Robby - KTM 530 EXCR - BT
    44. @jonomoto - Jonathan - Husqvarna FE350 - BT
    45. @dvjim - Jim - KTM 500 EXC - Ride In
    46. @Beerbubba - Moe - ???
    47. @jalapoj - Jeff - ???
    48. @Morbidangel - Jenn - 2011 BMW F650 GS (twin) - Ride In
    49. bill ? - Bill - Suzuki DRZ 400S - Ride In
    50. @fishwhisperer - Scott - KTM 500EXCF - ST
    51. @isambardo - Kim - Honda CRF450L - Ride In
    52. @Zapatero - Mark - KTM 525 EXC - ST
    53. @Montana Mike - Yamaha T700 - BT
    54. @Saramis - Christian - KTM 690 - RV
    55. @portos - Alex - Husky 501 - Carpool
    56. @Mihai 790 - KTM 790 - Ride In
    57. @Blaise W - Ken - Honda CRF450L - BT
    58. @SquaredVet - Richard - KTM 500 EXCF - BT
    59. @Fastback1970 - John - Honda CRF450L
    60. Fastback1970+1
    61. 4serge - Sergey - Honda NC700x


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    ACTIVITIES

    FUNDRAISING GARAGE SALE, THURSDAY - SATURDAY
    RIDING, THURSDAY - SUNDAY

    THURSDAY
    - CHECK-IN, STARTS 8 AM
    - SET UP CAMP
    - EAT OUT IN TOWN

    FRIDAY
    - CHECK-IN, STARTS 8 AM
    - GROUP RIDES
    - JIMMY LEWIS DEMO - TBD
    - LOCAL CATERED DINNER included in your REGISTRATION
    - CAMPFIRE B.S.

    SATURDAY
    - LOCAL CATERED DINNER
    - FUNDRAISING RAFFLE NIGHT
    - CAMPFIRE B.S.

    SUNDAY
    - ELBOW BUMP FOR GOODBYE
    - OUT BY 12 NOON
    - THOSE WHO OPT TO RIDE, THEY CAN PARK THEIR VEHICLES AT THE NORTH END PARKING LOT

    - POSSIBLE TRUCK OUR BIKES TO LEADVILLE AND RIDE TO TITUS
    - MOVE TO FURNACE CREEK OR PSR FOR OVERNIGHT CAMPING


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    From last year's post on page 1 by GalacticGS

    Things to See / Places to Ride - The Pahrump Rally has a lot going for it!!!


    Wheeler Pass: This is a dirt road that makes a nice trip through the Spring Mountains taking you from Pahrump to Hwy 95 (between Vegas and Indian Springs). The pass is at about 7,700 feet elevation. There are remains of some charcoal kilns to see on the way. You can make an up and back trip, or continue to Hwy 95 and make a big loop ride (either clockwise or counter-clockwise). This website has some good info.

    Mount Charleston: If you take Wheeler Pass and decide to make a clockwise loop, you can hit the Mount Charleston Lodge for lunch. Charleston Peak (above the village of Mount Charleston), just shy of 12,000 feet in elevation, is the highest peak in the Spring Mountains. Take Lee Canyon Road or Kyle Canyon Road from Hwy 95 (more of a big bike ride).

    Red Rock Canyon: The Red Rock National Conservation Area features some stunning scenery, rock formations, and sandstone peaks. It features a 13 mile paved scenic drive, and plenty of hiking opportunities. Accessible off of paved Hwy 159 (requires National Park Pass or pay a fee), you can also reach the park offroad via the Rocky Gap Trail, a challenging rock-filled climb from Lovell Canyon Road (best for small bikes or skilled big bike riders). Rocky Gap is the last "hard-way" challenge of the infamous LA-to-Barstow-to-Vegas Dual Sport Ride. More info about Red Rock Canyon here.

    Pioneer Saloon: The legendary Pioneer Saloon, located in Goodsprings NV, is one of the oldest continuously operated saloons in Nevada (established in 1913). It may also be the oldest tin-sided building left in the U.S. It has been a location for many commercials, TV shows, and movies. It is also where Clark Gable waited for 3 days in 1942 to wait for word about his wife Carole Lombard, who was tragically killed in an airplane crash near Mt. Potosi. Pioneer Saloon is a common destination for little and big bikes rides at the Pahrump Rally! It's a great spot for lunch or a cold beer!!

    Colosseum Mine: This now closed open-pit mine is an interesting place to visit. It was an operating gold and silver mine (and other minerals) from the 1930s through about 1993. It is located just west of the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System (ISEGS) plant. Can be another little or big bike ride depending on the route to get there. More info here.

    Mojave National Preserve: Abandoned mines, Joshua trees, volcanic lava tubes, sand washes, dirt roads, and beautiful scenery can all be found in the Mojave National Preserve. Located east of I-15 and south of Primm, the Mojave National Preserve is a 1.6 million acre area destination maybe most suitable as a big bike destination just due to distance from Pahrump.

    Dumont Dunes: This is a large OHV riding area among sand dunes as large as 400' high. You should have a pass to ride within the dunes area. Located about 25 miles south of Shoshone off of Hwy 127. There are paved and dirt routes to get to the dunes. More info here and here. Sand whip flags should be used.

    China Ranch Date Farm: Whether you are on a small bike or big bike ride, if you get close to Tecopa then stop by the China Ranch Date Farm. Try a date shake, date bread, date cookies, or just some fresh or dried dates. It's all delicious! They also have a quirky little gift shop to buy that unique curio to bring back home. Just a few miles south of Tecopa.

    Tecopa: A quirky little desert town with the main attraction being several commercial and free hot springs and mud baths. Go enjoy a soak for your tired muscles. While you're there, visit Death Valley Brewing for a cold one; or Tecopa Brewing Company that also offers some decent BBQ.

    Shoshone: Not much to Shoshone, other than being perhaps an important stop for gas if you're riding west from Pahrump (such as towards Death Valley). More than one rider (@rjnutt) has cruised into Shoshone on fumes, thankful to see the Chevron station in town. Across the street from the Chevron is the Crowbar Cafe and Saloon for some good eats!

    Death Valley: Yes, Death Valley is in riding distance of Pahrump (especially for big bikes, but for little bikes too). There are paved and dirt options to get to DV. Go see Rhyolite and ride Titus Canyon; visit Badwater and Artist's Palette; or any of the other many beautiful spots in Death Valley.

    Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge: Home of the famous Devil's Hole Pupfish, the Ash Meadows NWR is an interesting habitat for a variety of flora and fauna unique to the desert environment. It has an excellent Visitor's Center, and contains the largest remaining oasis in the Mojave Desert.

    Amargosa Dunes: Also known as Big Dunes, the Amargosa Dunes are another OHV play area located west of Hwy 95 south of Beatty. Sand whip flags should be used.

    Pahrump Valley Winery: Why not visit Nevada's largest producing winery located on Winery Road at the south end of Pahrump. Better yet, stop by their restaurant Symphony's for a great up-scale dinner one night while at the rally.

    Sanders Family Winery: A newer winery, with Tuscan style architecture. Has the typical tastings and tours.

    Pahrump Valley Museum: Located about 1 mile west of Petrack Park (the rally site) on Basin Avenue is the Pahrump Valley Museum. Stop by and learn a little about the history of Pahrump and the Pahrump Valley. Free admission - hard to beat that!

    Pahrump Valley Speedway: Local 4-wheel dirt track racing about 1-1/2 miles from the rally site. Unfortunately, no racing on the schedule while were at the rally this year; unless @NSFW (aka Joel) can talk them into letting some of us 2-wheelers hold a Pahrump Rally Flat-track Championship!

    Jimmy Lewis Riding School: Jimmy Lewis bases many of his off-road riding classes out of his home in south Pahrump, and utilizing the great riding areas around Pahrump. You will become a better rider after taking his class. See a review. Usually, a class is held just before the rally. Check other posts in this thread.

    Front Sight Firearms Training Institute: Combine your motorcycle adventure with firearms training. This is a world-class facility offering both recreational and professional firearms training.


    Restaurants (not an all-inclusive list, just some that I like)
    The following restaurants appear that they are open!

    Symphony's (Fine Dining in Pahrump): 3810 Winery Road at Pahrump Valley WInery

    Ohjah Japanese Steakhouse (Teppanyaki Grill): 20 HWY-160 (across from Rally site)

    Romero's (Mexican): 290 Humahuaca St (just a few blocks away from Rally site)

    Mom's Diner (Homestyle food - good breakfast): 1240 State St at Humahuaca (just a few blocks from Rally site)

    Nicco's Pizza (Italian/Pizza): 2201 E. Postal Dr (just south of Best Western Hotel)

    Red Sky BBQ (Meats): 90 Emery St (just a few blocks from Rally site)

    Johnny's (Mexican): 1440 Hwy 372 (South of the Rally site, on highway 372 towards Shoshone)


    Other Lodging Options (when you want the comfort of a bed)

    K-7 Bed and Breakfast: 650 Thousandaire Blvd

    Saddle West Hotel Casino RV Resort: 1220 HWY-160

    Best Western Pahrump Oasis: 1101 S HWY-160

    Pahrump RV Park and Lodging: 101 Linda St



    Enjoy the Pahrump Rally!!

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    Nice! We were out in Pahrump at the end of 2020 for a couple weeks in our RV. Right after the previous rally. I did a lot of riding out there. I went up and over Wheeler Pass one day. Going up and down from the Pahrump side is a fantastic ride. Lots of turns with fun berms on them. The other side is challenging. Even for a DR650 like mine. Only for a couple of miles though. I also rode out to Death Valley. I went all the way out to the Racetrack from Pahrump. That place is absolutely amazing and the road is doable on big bikes. It's a LONG way from Pahrump but worth the ride in my opinion. I think my round trip there and back was like 380 miles. There's a primitive campsite out there at the Racetrack too. It's a beautiful place with the moving rocks. Only place like it on earth. Dark and quiet at night. Likely cold in November as well. Anyways, there's no shortage of great riding out there. Not sure if I'll be able to make it this year or not.
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