Q. Is this event open to novice riders and or roadbook users?
A. Yes but we highly recommend attending training or getting time in on your navigation system prior to registering for our event, if you are a novice rider and or novice roadbook user. *As we stated this event is for intermediate and advanced riders. We don't want you getting in over your head due to your riding skill level and navigation skill level and not enjoying yourself.
Q. Can I use Mousses for your event?
A. Mousses are not street legal because they are not DOT compliant and cannot be used for our event as per our website.
Q. Can digital roadbooks be used for your event?
A. Not at this time, we are going to keep with the tradition of using paper roadbooks. We will evaluate the possible use of digital roadbooks for next year.
Q. Can I use an Apple IPhone or Ipad with Rally-Blitz loaded on it for an odometer?
A. Not at this time, we are going to keep with the tradition of using a Tripmaster. We will allow an ICO MAX G or similar product. We will evaluate the possible use of those devices and software for next year.
Q. Why can’t we drink alcohol during event.?
A. In keeping with land manager policies and insurance requirements participants can not actively drink while riding or while in bivouac. While at Montrose County Fairgrounds and the Bivouac day 3, local establishments near sites will be happy to quench your thirst. We are confident the trails and vista’s you will experience will lessen this burden placed upon your system 😊.