The Yosemite Dual Sport Adventure is an AMA Sanctioned DUAL SPORT event starts and ends at the gateway to Yosemite National Park in Buck Meadows. This event is open to any make or model of street legal motorcycle.
This two day, GPS based, self-guided DUAL SPORT event includes scenic & historic loops in and around the Inyo National Forest. Using paved and unpaved roads (sometimes with “hard” & “easy” options) you’ll have approximately 100 miles of fun each day! We do our best to include as many miles of unpaved roads as possible.
Event is operated under permit from the Stanislaus National Forest and limited to 150 riders so register early!
This event is open to any make or model of street legal motorcycle.
Registration & Staging Location: Meet us at the registration booth to pick up your T-Shirt and sign any waivers you still need signed starting Friday at 5pm and resume again at 8:00am Saturday Morning.
FREE GPS Training: We will provide a FREE class on how to use your GPS to navigate while riding your motorcycle. With a few instructions you’ll be able to navigate anywhere you want to go. Bring your GPS pre-loaded with our routes, something to take notes on and an open mind. This class will be at 6:30pm on Friday at the registration tent.
GPS Routing: THIS IS A GPS BASED EVENT – NO ROLL CHART IS PROVIDED. A download of suggested routes and destination is emailed to you a few days before you arrive. You also get a reference map showing recommended routes, destinations and bailouts. If you’re buying a GPS then READ THIS:
Scenic Ride: THIS IS NOT A RACE!!! This is a fun, EZ-to-follow, leisurely, scenic and historic trip through parts of the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains and Yosemite National Park. In most cases easy routes are passable with a high clearance vehicle. If routes or destinations are closed then alternates will be selected.
Motorcycle Requirements: All motorcycles must meet the following requirements. Failure to meet ALL requirements will result in your money being refunded and you being asked to leave the event.