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APRIL 21ST & 22ND, 2018
STANTON, ALABAMA


$100 ENTRY FEE

THANK YOU TO ALL THAT JOINED US THIS YEAR! WE HAD AN ABSOLUTE BLAST AND HOPE YOU DID TOO! STAY TUNED FOR PHOTOS / VIDEOS FROM THE RALLY!   




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LOCATION & DIRECTIONS
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Deemed God's country for off-road motorcycles, Perry Mountain offers some of the best dual sport and adventure riding in the country with endless miles of flowing national forest trails, legendary knuckle-busting singletrack and scenic views from atop the famous Perry Mountain fire tower.              This is one event that you don't want to miss! 

We are excited to announce that for 2018, our annual Dual Sport and Adventure ride has been selected by the AMA to be one of the events in the AMA National Dual Sport & Adventure Series! This prestigious series is known for their first-rate events all over the country, and it is an honor to be invited to be part of their 2018 schedule.  

PHOTOS AND VIDEOS
FROM PREVIOUS YEARS

CHOOSE YOUR ROUTE



BOTH ROUTES WILL RUN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, SO CHOOSE THE ONE THAT'S BEST FOR YOU!
CAN'T DECIDE? RIDE BOTH! ​RUN DUAL SPORT ON SATURDAY, ADVENTURE ON SUNDAY... OR VICE-VERSA.. YOUR CHOICE! 

DUAL SPORT
ADVENTURE
The Dual Sport offers a challenging route route that will be a GPS and Roll Chart mapped route with some of the trail sections also marked with arrows and ribbon. Here at Perry Mountain, we host many national enduros, harescrambles and vintage races year round, so we have hundreds of miles of great challenging singletrack trails to take you down. We also will venture out on some surrounding properties and get you out on some of the National Forest roads for fast and fun breather sections.  Each day, you will get a good mix of challenging single track trail, fast flowing trails, jeep roads and wide open National forest roads. This route is great for those with lots of off-road riding experience. It's the retired enduro racer's dream! We have a very diverse landscape here in Central Alabama, so be prepared for hills, deep sand, rocks, mud, ruts, roots and everything else between. Our Dual Sport route is best suited for smaller dirt bike style dual sports. (WR250R, DRZ400, KTM 350, etc), but can also be tackled by experienced riders on larger dual sports (XR650, DR650, KTM 690, etc). Barkbusters, full DOT knobbies and fuel range of 50+ miles is highly recommended. You are free to ride the route at your own pace, so find a group of friends to ride with and take breaks when you feel the need! This ride will give you two days full the best off road riding in the southeast...  you'll be sure to leave feeling you got your money's worth!  
The Adventure route is slightly more mild tempered than the Dual Sport route, but dont let that fool you! We still get down and dirty and this ride will make you test the limits of you and your bike! The Adventure route will be led in groups led by Perry Mountain Motorcycle Club members, our Adventure route will lead you through thousands of acres of Perry Mountain Motorcycle Club property, the neighboring Talladega National Forest and surrounding rural areas. Most of what we will be ride is dirt / gravel forest roads (some maintained, some not) with some paved road sections as well  through the beautiful Central Alabama countryside. Be prepared for everything from pavement, hard-packed forest roads, loose dirt, rocks, sand and possibly mud depending on the weather conditions. Generally, our Adventure groups like to carry a fast and fun pace and take occasional breaks to rest, check out the scenery, etc.  The Adventure route is best suited for off-road friendly adventure bikes and large dual sports (KTM Adv bikes, Africa Twin, Vstrom, BMW GS, KLRs, XR 650, DR650, KTM 690, etc). 50/50 tires and 75 mile fuel range is necessary.  We also have lots of smaller bikes join us. (WR250R, DRZ400, KTM 350, etc). If you’re on a smaller bike and looking for a fun ride that’s not as challenging as our singletrack-filled dual sport route option, then come on and join us on the adventure ride! You won’t be the only one on a smaller bike, and you wont regret it!


LOCATION​​


2464 County Road 26    Plantersville, Alabama 36758 

GPS Coordinates:  32.684600, -86.925089​



Perry Mountain Motorcycle Club  is located right in the heart of Alabama.

Situated 20 miles west of I-65, we are southwest of Maplesville, right off Hwy 22 on CR 26. 

When you enter our property, you drive under a sign reading 'Reynolds Pasture', the name of our parking and camping area, named after the land owners. Our clubhouse sits atop the hill overlooking the pasture, where we park and camp for our events. Running through the middle of Reynolds pasture is a cool flowing creek with a nice sandy bottom, which just so happens to be a great place to cool off in the summer months.  Right alongside the creek, we have a large fenced in play area for kids to enjoy themselves, which includes everything from swingsets to a full jungle gym. A few years ago, a couple club members worked to build a beautiful bathroom and shower house, which is open to all visitors.  Just beyond clubhouse hill, we have access to thousands of acres of diverse riding area.  The terrain varies from rich black soil, to red clay,  sand, rocks, and  just the right mixture of hills, valleys, creeks and open pasture. 


CAMPING & LODGING ​​


Unlimited Parking for campers, RV's and Primitive Camping

We do not have any hookups, so feel free to bring generators.

Fires are okay as long as we aren't under a burn ban at the time.

We have a nice bath house available to you on site with showers.

Hotels are an option, but are all 20+ miles away. (Selma, Clanton, Prattville)

Local Gas Station named "The Barking Frog" serves food and has 90 octane no ethanol gasoline. 
(6 miles north on hwy22 towards Maplesville)


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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
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General Info: 
- Dual Sport GPS files will be available at sign-up. Adventure route is guided and will not have a GPS route.
- Camping is welcomed. No hookups, but you are welcome to bring your camper/rv/tent and spend the weekend with us.
- We have a nice bath house available to you on site with showers. Please help us keep it clean.
- Local gas station “The Barking Frog” (6 miles up hwy 22 towards Maplesville) has food and no ethanol 90 octane gasoline. 
- Hotels and restaurants can be found in surrounding cities Selma, Clanton and Prattville.


Thursday:
Campground gate will be opened after noon for those that wish to come early and camp.
No riding allowed until Saturday.




Friday:
Signup/registration at the clubhouse from 2PM -7PM 




Saturday:
- Signup/registration at the clubhouse from 6AM-8AM.
- Mandatory riders meeting for all participants at clubhouse at 8AM. 


Dual sport Info:
- The morning trailhead will open immediately following the rider meeting until 10am.
- The morning section will be approximately 55 miles and will bring you back to the campground where we will have lunch     provided for you at the club house.
- The afternoon trailhead will open immediately following lunch until 2pm.
- The afternoon section will be approximately 50 miles, and will lead you back to the campground to end the day.


Adventure Info:
- The adventure route will be guided by PMMC members.
- Adventure riders will meet at the clubhouse immediately following the riders meeting and will leave at 9am
- The morning adventure route will be approximately 75 miles and will lead you back to the campground where we will
 have lunch provided for you at the club house.
- Adventure riders will meet back at the clubhouse to start the afternoon section at 1PM
- The afternoon route will be approximately 70 miles and will lead back to the campground at the end of the day. 
Bike Games:
-In the campground once everybody returns from riding, approximately 5pm.
-Fun events such as a Slow race, Slalom Race, Tire Toss, etc.
-Trophies and prizes for event winners!




Sunday:
- Signup/registration (for those not there on Saturday) from 7AM-8AM. 
- Schedule of events will be the same on Sunday as they were on Saturday for both dual sport and adventure riders, excluding the provided lunch. Riders will be responsible for their own lunches on Sunday.