JUNE 24/25 GREENHORN RIDE ALL RIDES ARE DUAL SPORT TRAILRIDES, NOT ROAD RIDES but MOST HAVE OPTIONS TO BYPASS HARD STUFF.
New ride with lots of favorite trails from a variety of past rides and new stuff. From private Foresthill Lodge to Nevada City.
JULY 15/16 BLUE MTN RIDE
Same Murphy's area ride that was scheduled in May. 2 different 1-day trail rides for non-plated dirt bikes with lots of deep woods trails for A/B riders about 75 miles each day, or dual sport route for everyone else. Start/finish each day from motel or campground. . No one has a ride this good in this area
AUGUST 5/6 WILDSIDE RIDE
New ride, new area, new trails. 2-day ride or option for Saturday only. Many great, lightly used coastal mountain trails and dirt roads thru 6-Rivers and Shasta Nat'l Forest out of Hayfork. We start/finish each day at a private ranch with cabins. Closest other lodging and dining is an hour away so ACT has arranged and paid for meals and cabins in advance, and you pay your share with your ride deposit when you sign-up. .
AUGUST 26/27 SUMMIT RIDE
A new ride combining some of the best parts of our Big Sky, Donner, and Border rides. Starting from South Shore Tahoe to 9,000 foot Genoa Peak, North Tahoe and Truckee trails to the sandy granite forests trails and spectacular views high above Reno/Boomtown. Private group buffet dinner included with ride. Return over 9,000 ft peaks above Tahoe around Emerald Bay. Awesome scenery all day both days and lots of High-Sierra trails. An amazing ride
SEPTEMBER 16/17 DIVIDE RIDE
New ride combining several popular trail areas from other High Country rides: Chalk Bluff/Hiway 20 trails, past scenic Bowman Lake, Sierra Buttes, and Divide trails to historic Downieville, Washington, and side trip option thru Malakoff Diggings State historic gold rush town.
OCTOBER 7/8 RUMBLE in the JUNGLE
A 2-day destination dual sport trailride winding thru Northern California's scenic Feather River area of sandy granite jungle forests. From Oroville foothill trails, to the High Lakes area, to Bucks Lake area.. Some of the best, lightly ridden unique trails in California. Technical stuff if you want it.
OCTOBER 28/29 BONANZA RIDE
This is a great, proven and very popular ACT ride with feedback like this: " This was my first ACT ride and I was not quite sure what to expect, WOW did you exceed my expectations, that was amazing." Lots of fun single track from Gardnerville to Wilson Canyon hillclimbs and ridge top trails. Rooms at lakeside Topaz Lodge Casino. Great group buffet dinner. Wake up Sunday to a whole new world of riding on Monitor Pass Aspen forest trails, 22 creek xings, meadows, rocks, and huge views at 9,000ft. Very little pavement both days but optional easy bypasses make it a ride any average rider can do. A fun weekend vacation of entertainment and riding.
NOVEMBER 11/12 FALL RIDE TBA
SOME RIDES CAN BE RIDDEN WITH NON-PLATED DIRT BIKES
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