RIDES and EVENTS

NEW TO THE AREA? WHERE TO RIDE?

Below is the GPX file for most GPS devices and Mapping Apps for smart phones. By clicking on the link you will be able to have access and download the files.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/r2evagnxxyw084q/AACQBJatWf7ncbby4MACUWZEa?dl=0

DATES TO REMEMBER

The next AZ Desert Riders Club ride will be Monday, March 27th. We will meet at the Iron Horse Restaurant. We will leave from there at 8 am and trailer to Gold Nugget Road. Will unload there on the south side of I-10. Our ride will take us to Dripping Springs and go over the Hog Back Peaks, we will also stop at two old mining cabins and one mine.
This will be an advanced ride because of some steep and rocky spots. The ride should be approximately 35 to 40 miles. Pack a lunch and plenty of water to stay hydrated.
Remember per our club by-laws, NO alcohol or controlled substances are allowed. Two riders on a machine designed for one rider will not be allowed to participate.
Thanks,
 Ken Hockman
All riders must sign in and after the ride must sign out; so please return to the starting area after the ride to sign out. 

COMMON SENSE ITEMS

A couple of common sense items that need to be discussed and put in print for the benefit of all who choose to participate in club rides:

1)  All riders, driver and passenger, must sign in on ride sheet and complete all contact information.

2)  Riders need to sign out with the ride leader at the end of the ride.  If you need to depart early from the group for any reason you must check in with the ride leader and advise him of your plans for your early departure.  No exceptions.  This is paramount for the safety of all.

3)  If you leave a ride early, it is your responsibility to close gates behind you.  This directly involves one of our club goals; that of being good stewards of our public & private lands and is only common courtesy to grazers whose livestock inhabit the landscape we share.

 

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