Death Valley | Dual Sport Moto

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DEATH VALLEY
DUAL SPORT MOTORCYCLE TOUR

Dates: April 19-22, 2018

Cost: $2,750
Duration: 4 days
Difficulty:
Beginner to Intermediate
Terrain:  
80/20 Dirt to Pavement
Activities: Off-road motorcycle riding, Hiking, Swimming
50% deposit due to reserve spots (contact us for alternate payment plans)

OVERVIEW:
Death Valley is a rider’s dream. It boasts the lowest point in North America, the oldest trees on earth in the Bristlecone pine forest, ghost towns, hot springs, and breathtaking dry lakebeds. We’ll be exploring the best destinations and riding within the vast region of the valley in this epic ride.

Itinerary

Day 1:
-10:00am departure from Los Angeles
Ride 50 miles to camp.
*Optional sunset ride.

Day 2:
-Ride 100+ miles
*Optional sunset ride.

Day 3:
-Ride 100+ miles
*Optional sunset ride.

Day 4:
-Ride out of Death Valley back to the extraction point for an approximate 5pm drop-off time in Fresno or 9pm in Los Angeles

Trip Includes

-Download link to professional photos and videos shot on your trip
-Use of Honda dual-sport motorcycles (XR650L & CRF250L)
-Use of ICON riding equipment (Boots, Gloves, Helmet, Armor)
-ICON riding gloves (yours to keep)
-Riding & Hydration backpack (yours to keep)
-All food and alcoholic beverages
-All transportation from pickup points and back
-all camp gear, tents, chairs, etc.

Requirements / What to Pack

– Backpacking size sleeping bag rated at 0°F – 30°F.
– compression bag for packing clothes
– Ground Pad (foam or inflatable)
– 1 pair of pants (any type of durable pant will do)
– 2-3 moisture wicking t-shirts
– 2-3 pairs of riding socks
– Warmer top or lightweight insulated jacket
– Sunglasses
– Waterproof shell jacket
– Swim shorts
– Lightweight, thin, and comfortable footwear for camp
– First layer style thermal underwear top and bottom (optional)
– Minimal personal toiletries
– Headlamp
– Motorcycle license*
Note: if you do not have your license you will be ineligible for our machine damage insurance and will be under a you “break it you buy it” policy