Event is open to licensed riders with a motorcycle endorsement 16 years of age or older on the start day of event (NO INSTRUCTION PERMITS ALLOWED). This is a long-distance ride and you need to be well-rested and in good physical condition. Due to the distance involved, be prepared to ride safely and steadily. Maintain fluid intake and calories. Pack adequate clothing for weather and elevation changes from 4,500 ft desert to 10,500 ft alpine mountain conditions. Riders must have the ability to ride intermediate and advanced single-track routes, deep sand, rocks, water crossings, ruts and other conditions encountered in backcountry off road riding. Some portions of the route are on paved roads, county dirt roads and city streets.
Forest Service approved spark arrestor, muffler (2 METER MAX METHOD SHALL BE USED Maximum Limit 112.0 DB/A AT MAX THROTTLE). Street legal Enduro motorcycles with charging system, operational horn, headlight, tail-light, brake light and mirror are the minimum requirements. A basic technical inspection will have to be passed. If you don't pass TECH you will not ride. There will be NO exceptions and NO refunds!! The event is for 250cc to 540cc four stroke machines with a 13L or larger fuel tank able to obtain a fuel range of 161 kilometers. This event will not be open to two stroke machines or large adventure bikes. Riders must have a current Colorado OHV sticker properly displayed. Bikes are required to have a base set up of a rally navigation tower with roadbook holder and Tripmaster. Tripmaster examples; KTM Tripmaster, ICO Tripmaster or RNS Tripmaster. If you don’t have room for the RallyComp on your roadbook holder you must provide a ram ball mount for it on your handlebars.
Tires/Tubes/Rims: Aggressive DOT Approved “knobbies” only. (Examples: Pirelli MT 21, Kenda Trackmasters, MotoZ Tractionators) Tubliss and Mousse systems will not be allowed. They are not DOT approved. All rims must have no damage to them.
RIDER NUMBERS / STARTING POSITION: Numbers will be issued at Tech Inspection, sequentially. Start position will be determined by date and time stamp of registration. Subsequent start positions may change daily, slowest rider in first position and fastest rider last position (Reverse start). Helping to ensure all participants arrive at the bivouac before sunset. Rider start order for stage one shall be determined by order of registration for New Registrants and Senior Registrants. The 10 Senior Registrants will have a 3 minute start interval and the New Registrants will have a 2 minute start interval for stage one. Senior riders will start first for stage one and New riders will start upon the senior riders completing their start, this will only be for stage one. The remaining start time intervals for stages 2, 3, 4 and 5 will be 2 minute start intervals for all riders to reduce local motor vehicle traffic congestion and for rider safety.
VOLUNTEERS - Please contact us and let us know if you would like to volunteer for our rally and what you would like to do. All volunteers must have the same bivouac gear and food as participants and a Red Cross First Aid / CPR card, Colorado and Utah search and rescue card and be an AMA member.
Participants must provide their own highlighter markers, tape scissors and ink pens for roadbooks and they will not be provided by the organizer.