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What is the difference between the Dual Sport and Adventure rides?

The dual sport ride is single track dirt trail connected by public roads. 

The adventure ride is all pavement and gravel public road.  No dirt.  No single track. 

What type of navigation is used for the Dual Sport ride?

At Stoney Lonesome you will receive the route sheet.  Please bring a route sheet holder or purchase one here - Route Sheet for Purchase

What type of navigation is used for the Adventure ride?

The adventure route will be via GPX file.  Your GPS needs to be able to use GPX files.  We highly recommend just using your phone using a GPX viewer app.  We highly recommend the GAIA app.  OsmAnd Maps app (free) also works for both iOS and Android, but many other GPX viewer apps will work.  Google and Apple map apps will NOT work for GPX navigation. Tracks will be emailed to you a week before the ride.  Please arrive with the tracks loaded. 

Is gas available on the Dual Sport ride?

Bring your filled gas jug.  We will haul your gas to the lunch stop. 

How hard is the Dual Sport ride?

That depends on the rider, of course.  The most common question is how will my 650cc KLR or KTM 690 Enduro do on the dual sport ride.  Again, that depends on the rider.  But usually the 650 and larger bikes struggle on the dual sport ride as they are heavier and the dual sport ride is narrow single track with quite a bit of elevation changes.  Having said that, we have had KTM 990s complete the dual sport ride.  It all goes back to the rider.  

Is AMA membership required for the ride?

Yes.  AMA membership is required.  Either sign up for an AMA annual membership, or purchase a AMA day pass for this event.  The AMA day pass is valid for the entire event weekend. 

Does my bike have to be street legal?

Yes, bikes must be street legal.  AMA National Dual Sport rides use public roads.  Public roads require your bike to be plated and street legal.
Are fires allowed at Stoney Lonesome?
Yes.  We will have a communal fire in the big pit and fires are welcome throughout the camping area.  Please bring your own wood.  We do not have wood for purchase. 

Is there food for purchase at Stoney Lonesome?

Lunch is included in the Dual Sport ride each day.  There is a hog roast Saturday evening.  No other meals are provided.  There are no meals for purchase at the club.  

Fires are welcome to cook your food on and the club has a microwave to use.  Restaurants and grocery store are 7 miles east on IN 46 towards Columbus.  

What kind of camping and RV facilities are there?

Primitive camping is available.  We have hot showers (outdoor, but of course enclosed) and indoor bathrooms.  We do not have any power or water hook ups for RVs.  Generators welcome.