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Information & Resources for Riding or Competing Off-Road


Off-Road Trail Markers on Different Courses

Part of the thrill in riding a dirt bike off-road is coming around a corner or cresting a hill, not knowing what you'll be facing but just handling it as it comes, or enduring a test of threading trees your handlebars barely fit through and powering across the nastiest terrain to the next check point to be on time. It really doesn't matter if you're climbing stuff that a mountain goat would have trouble traversing, working your way through ruts that your footpegs are dragging through, holding it wide open across an open field before diving back into the woods, or trying to survive a man made EnduroX course. Off-Road motorcycling is certainly something to experience and this page outta give you the info you need to get started.

If you've ridden a GNCC Event, A Hare Scramble or an Enduro in the past then you know it's often brutal with sections that don't even seem passable and the challenge that comes with that is why those of us who ride GNCC's, Hare Scrambles and Enduro's love it, If you ride Off-Road you'll likely agree that this is a sure way to get Your Adrenaline Fix and if you are getting interested or wondering if it's for you... Hang on tight, It's gonna get Gnarly.

It doesn't matter whether you're competing in an EnduroCross, Hare Scramble, GNCC Race or just trying to take it easy in the woods without losing your friends and family. Riding off-road anyway you like it can be some of the best fun there is to be had behind the bars of a dirt bike.

2016 Tennessee Knockout Hard Enduro Highlights

Here's the highlights from the 2016 TKO Hard Enduro held in Tennessee with man made and natural obstacles that just don't quit and of which even the most seasoned pros of the sport had difficulty with.

If you're just getting started and don't know "What's Out There" there's a crash course coming up on that. If you've been riding for a while and think you could use a tip or two for setting your dirt bike up or just taking care of it you'll find some of the best tips on that here too.

After spending a little time around here checking out training tips or setups and other dirt bike preparations you may not have thought of, you may end up with a little bit of an unfair advantage on the competition or your friends. Atleast that's the idea anyways.

I know first hand how brutal the elements can be out there in the woods so I wrote this web page hoping to help others stay on time between checks and make the whole experience a little more fun.

Off-Road Motorcycling Information & Resources




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