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February 26, 2019 3 min read 3 Comments

KTM just announced details for their 16th annual Adventure Rider Rally and we couldn't be more stoked!

Will you be joining us this September in Breckenridge, Colorado to ride with the pros and see all that the Rocky Mountains have to offer?

With something for everyone on the skill spectrum, this event is always memorable for all attendees. Guided rides ranging from mild to WILD are led by KTM pro riders and promise to be comprised of the best routes in the Rockies! Self-guided rides are also offered and encouraged to experience the scenery and terrain at your own pace.

Beaver Run Resort & Conference Center in beautiful Breckenridge, CO is set to host this year's festivities with plentiful lodging options and amenities. 

New for this year is the Campout Ride that consists of two full days of adventure riding with a catered camping experience in between. This is an exciting opportunity for those new to adventure travel and experienced riders alike. The route will not be constrained by the parameters of returning to Beaver Run Resort at the end of day one which opens up a lot of exciting route choices.

Returning this year for the second time is the Ultimate Race Qualifier for riders wishing to test their skills in the most authentic ADV bike challenge offered anywhere. More details are set to follow but for now these are the official regulations KTM has released:

Rider and Bike Regulation
-Rider must be 18 years or older.
-Rider must be a participant in the 16th Annual KTM ADVENTURE Rider Rally in Breckenridge, CO.
-2-Cylinder KTM ADVENTURE motorcycles (790cc –1290cc) are required to participate in the ULTIMATE RACE QUALIFIER.
-Riders must be the registered owner of their motorcycle.
-The motorcycle must be street legal and in good working order with proper street legal, off-road tires.
-Participant must be an amateur rider not having held a professional racing license or having competed at the professional level within the past 10 years in any motorcycle racing organization including but not limited to: FIM, AMA, CMA, CMRC, MRS, CHN, PNWMA
-Riders must supply current, functioning GPS unit (a second backup unit is recommended)
-Riders must supply their own personal locator beacon (SPOT, Delorme, Garmin). The Kurt Caselli Foundation will be on site with a limited number of rental units.
-KTM Employees and their family members are not eligible to participate.

Riding Skills
-Racing: Rider must be expert level with advanced skill on a motorcycle.
-Technique: Rider must have the ability to master difficult terrain and obstacles on a motorcycle.

Coordination Skills
-Navigation: Rider must be able to navigate to a designated point through a designated route while riding and using a navigation system or road book.
-Orientation: Rider must have the ability to evaluate difficult terrain and landscape marks.

Physical and Mental Condition
-Strength: Rider must be able to lift up grounded KTM ADVENTURE motorcycle.
-Endurance: Rider must be able to endure and compete on technical terrain with adverse situations.

Mechanical Skills
-Motorcycle: Riders must have the ability to fix damages on motorcycle (flat tires / break & clutch lever) without assistance.

The Rally will also include:

-Riding Technique Seminars
-Technical Riding Seminar
-Ride with Professional Athletes
-KTM Adventure Demo Rides
-Map Downloads for Self-Guided Rides
-Adventure Vendors On-Site
-Pre-event dinner meeting - Thursday
-Breakfast - Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
-Awards Dinner Saturday
-Event Tee and Hat

For tickets and additional event, info CLICK HERE

We'll see you there!

 

#KTMTwins #KTMAdventureRally #RoadToDirt


3 Responses

Mason
Mason

June 03, 2019

The twin bed rooms at the resort are $149.00 a night, for a total of $529.50 for three nights. I’m solo does anyone want to go in on a room?

Mason
Green River Utah
KTM690

matt Clarke
matt Clarke

March 08, 2019

It is not clear if the $350 camping ticket includes the cost of registration.

Guillermo Ferrero
Guillermo Ferrero

March 11, 2019

in your description it says “This is an exciting opportunity for those new to adventure travel and experienced riders alike”

however it your requirements it says:

Riding Skills
-Racing: Rider must be expert level with advanced skill on a motorcycle.
-Technique: Rider must have the ability to master difficult terrain and obstacles on a motorcycle.

These two statements are contradictory. Could you explain? As a new adventure rider that is not an expert level, could I benefit from this rally?

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