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Altrider is hosting an event in June in Bald Eagle forest. Not sure if this is my kind of thing especially when this kind of event requires you to pay. The forest is the same place i planned on riding in for May. I'm still working things out with the boss and health insurance (i lose my current plan this week and will be purchasing a new plan).


Conserve the Ride 2015

Central Pennsylvania has some of the best riding the East Coast has to offer -- hundreds of miles of epic trails across gorgeous rolling hills covered with lush forests. Join AltRider on June 12-14 as we explore this stunning terrain for Conserve the Ride 2015. This 3-day adventure getaway features over 160 miles of riding, delicious catered meals and camping with fellow ADV enthusiasts. AltRider is working in conjunction with the Seven Mountains Conservation Corp (SMCC), dedicated to the promotion and preservation of off-road motorcycle riding in the nearby trails of Pennsylvania.


Friday - Check in for the event will begin early Friday afternoon and run until dinner. After setting up camp, join us at a live Endurocross race on a custom built track in the afternoon. Head back to camp and enjoy a delicious dinner of BBQ and beer, catered by ADV rider Michael Marx.

Saturday - Eat a hearty breakfast and break into groups based on skill level for a staggered GPS-led ride. Head out on an adventure ride through diverse terrain, including stunning forests surrounded by lush foliage, narrow bridges, sand crossings, never-ending gravel and rock. 160 miles will be mapped out on paper and GPS. Routes feature optional sections for riders seeking more challenging terrain. Halfway through the Saturday ride, we will stop for lunch at a scenic resting stop. After finishing up the ride, a pig roast will be awaiting at the campgrounds with an ice cold beer to quench your thirst. We’ll have a prize ceremony and exciting presentations from informative speakers.

Sunday - Wake up to another delicious breakfast and break down your campsite, say your goodbyes to your new friends and get ready for the ride out. Enjoy a leisurely trip back home, or stop along the way for a little more dirt therapy.

Registration includes:

A weekend of GPS-led rides created by the members of SMCC for all skill levels
2 nights of camping at the gorgeous Woodward Caves Campground
5 meals including a special pig roast and craft local beers
Off-road seminars from seasoned coaches
Slideshow presentations from professional riders
Prize giveaways from our event sponsors
An unforgettable experience riding for an awesome cause
 

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Altrider is hosting an event in June in Bald Eagle forest. Not sure if this is my kind of thing especially when this kind of event requires you to pay. The forest is the same place i planned on riding in for May. I'm still working things out with the boss and health insurance (i lose my current plan this week and will be purchasing a new plan).


Conserve the Ride 2015

Central Pennsylvania has some of the best riding the East Coast has to offer -- hundreds of miles of epic trails across gorgeous rolling hills covered with lush forests. Join AltRider on June 12-14 as we explore this stunning terrain for Conserve the Ride 2015. This 3-day adventure getaway features over 160 miles of riding, delicious catered meals and camping with fellow ADV enthusiasts. AltRider is working in conjunction with the Seven Mountains Conservation Corp (SMCC), dedicated to the promotion and preservation of off-road motorcycle riding in the nearby trails of Pennsylvania.


Friday - Check in for the event will begin early Friday afternoon and run until dinner. After setting up camp, join us at a live Endurocross race on a custom built track in the afternoon. Head back to camp and enjoy a delicious dinner of BBQ and beer, catered by ADV rider Michael Marx.

Saturday - Eat a hearty breakfast and break into groups based on skill level for a staggered GPS-led ride. Head out on an adventure ride through diverse terrain, including stunning forests surrounded by lush foliage, narrow bridges, sand crossings, never-ending gravel and rock. 160 miles will be mapped out on paper and GPS. Routes feature optional sections for riders seeking more challenging terrain. Halfway through the Saturday ride, we will stop for lunch at a scenic resting stop. After finishing up the ride, a pig roast will be awaiting at the campgrounds with an ice cold beer to quench your thirst. We’ll have a prize ceremony and exciting presentations from informative speakers.

Sunday - Wake up to another delicious breakfast and break down your campsite, say your goodbyes to your new friends and get ready for the ride out. Enjoy a leisurely trip back home, or stop along the way for a little more dirt therapy.

Registration includes:

A weekend of GPS-led rides created by the members of SMCC for all skill levels
2 nights of camping at the gorgeous Woodward Caves Campground
5 meals including a special pig roast and craft local beers
Off-road seminars from seasoned coaches
Slideshow presentations from professional riders
Prize giveaways from our event sponsors
An unforgettable experience riding for an awesome cause
Seems a little expensive at $255. Is it possible I read that wrong???


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Nope. I think it's a BMW rider status thing. Imagine us showing some BMW GS riders what the TW can do without paying $255.
 

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Nope. I think it's a BMW rider status thing. Imagine us showing some BMW GS riders what the TW can do without paying $255.
Hell I can fall down with the best bikes in the world. Mine is easier to pick up though.


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I would never pay for a ride. There's "SO" many places to ride around here. I'd rather get a group going from here, pick a place, and go ride for free. While riding down in the Pines, there are paid fun enduro rides all the time. I'm there riding for free, so why pay for it. Unless racing in a point series or whatever. I did that all my life. Not anymore. Organize a group of TW's from here, and just go.
 
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