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Attention CA Central Coast Riders

Central Coast Dualsport Pack Riders-

This ride will be over Sierra Madre Rd down off of Hwy 166. There are pictures and descriptions on Glenn's Central Coast Dualsport site ( CCDSP). It is an easy ride for all level of riders and is GS friendly for those with bigger bikes.

Here is my Plan:
1) Meet at the Shell Station off of the Spyglass Exit in Shell beach at 9am, Sunday Oct 14
2) South down Price Rd to Dolliver Rd to Pacific Blvd to Front St to Cienega St
3) Left onto Valley Rd
4) Right onto Los Berros Rd to Thompson Ave to Hwy 166
5) Ride on out to Sierra Madre Rd
6) Take Sierra Madre Rd out and back to Hwy166
7) Meal and fuel stop in New Cuyama
8) Head home either the same way we came or through California Valley

This is a longer ride so prep for Monkey Butt! I've routed more of the ride through back roads to make it more interesting at the expense of some extra time. I can carry 1.5 gallons of gas if someone thinks they will need it. Dirt only riders or those who don't want to put their rears through the long ride can meet up at Sierra Madre Rd as there was several places to park up there. Let me know who's going so nobody gets left behind. Kurt suggested this ride, here is how he describes it: "The Sierra Madre Road is a good usually graded fire road with no technical difficulties at all, just a 4000+ elevation gain and incredible views. The ride down Cottonwood Canyon is also easy but very pretty. All in all it is no harder than riding over High Mountain. Closest gas would be New Cuyama. " Last time the Pack did this ride we ran into snow and had to turn back. I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of the road this time. The views were great, we were able to see across the valley clear to the Sierras.

Email me at [email protected] if you'd like to be added to the CCDSP mailing list for future events.



Email me at [email protected] if you are interested in dualsport rides on the California Central Coast
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