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Annual 2-State Dualsport Ride

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The BERKSHIRE TRAIL RIDERS Assn.

Presents

The 2-State Dualsport Ride

Benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities

Sunday, May 17, 2009 – 9:30AM Start

(Signup from 7:30AM - Riders’ Meeting 9:00AM)

A 130+ mile tour of the Dirt Roads, Back Roads & Unmaintained Roads of the Scenic Berkshires.

Main Route for Big Adventure Bikes

Hero Sections for Dualsport Thumpers

DO NOT BRING YOUR ENDURO BIKE!!!

Entry Fee $30, Pre-Entry $25 (by May 2)

mail to: “2-State D/S” - P.O. Box 81, Winsted, CT 06098

Make Checks to: Berkshire Trail Riders Assn.

Additional $5 Charity Donation if Non-AMA

Event Info: dualsport522@sbcglobal.net

Start/Finish @ Tucker’s Pub

61 South Main St, Sandisfield, MA 01255

42° 04´ 44.27 N by 73° 04´ 06.35 W

ALL BIKES TO BE STREET LEGAL & QUIET

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What exactly do you mean "do not bring your enduro bike"?

Just curious, because right below you say "hero for bigbore thumpers" and lots are plated / enduro bikes.

I don't have any experience with harescrambles or enduros at all and I am going to attend at least a couple to get the feel of it and ask some newbie questions.

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What exactly do you mean "do not bring your enduro bike"?

Just curious, because right below you say "hero for bigbore thumpers" and lots are plated / enduro bikes.

I don't have any experience with harescrambles or enduros at all and I am going to attend at least a couple to get the feel of it and ask some newbie questions.

i did this ride last year its more of a adventure ride then a true d/s there was to much street for my taste. its at least 1/2 street and alot of dirt roads. they have hero sections which are easy trails. last year they did have one real technical section in october mountain. there is to much street for a real enduro bike, i did it last year on my 650L.

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Rob you and I rode together once and your bike is perfect for this ride. Don't expect allot of trails, and it's a good way to get together with other riders and mabey have a couple of beers at Tuckers afterwards.

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Come one come all to the best adventure ride in New England....and help support a good charity.

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I was thinking about going to this tomorrow w/ my crf450, but not sure if really want to do 60 miles of pavement...??

Maybe i should just leave the supermoto setup on it? with the pilot powers?

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