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Conserve the Ride 2015

EVENT TYPE // AltRider Event
WHERE // State College, PA, United States
WHEN // Fri, Jun 12
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Click here to register for Conserve the Ride 2015

Pack up your gear, do your final checks on your bike and join AltRider in Central Pennsylvania on June 12-14 for Conserve the Ride 2015. This 3-day adventure getaway features over 160 miles of epic riding, delicious catered meals and camping with fellow ADV enthusiasts. AltRider is working in conjunction with the Seven Mountains Conservation Corp (SMCC), dedicated to the promotion and preservation of off-road motorcycle riding in the nearby trails of Pennsylvania.

Registration includes:

  • A weekend of GPS routed rides created by the members of SMCC for all skill levels
  • 2 nights of camping at the gorgeous Woodward Caves Campground
  • 5 meals including a special pig roast and adult beverages
  • Off-road seminars from seasoned coaches
  • Slideshow presentations from professional riders
  • Prize giveaways from our event sponsors 
  • An unforgettable experience riding for an awesome cause


Anchorage Prudhoe & back

WHERE // Anchorage, AK, United States
WHEN // Mon, Jun 22


A large part of the trip is through beautiful Alaska on paved highways with plenty of services along the way. The further north one gets beyond Fairbanks the more remote the terrain becomes.The last stretch from Cold Foot to Prudhoe (240 miles) has absolutely no services. This is the rigorous part of the trip that takes careful planning. A group approach is highly recommended. This trip is not for novice riders and requires mechanical expertise and fuel management skills. Prudhoe has gas and hotel but no mechanical (official that is) support.

MAYBE an arctic circle party is desirable???????

It is highly recommended that one do internet research on the "Dalton Highway". Many riders have documented their trips and have provided beautiful pictures.

There is no cost for travelers to join us, but of course please make your own adequate preparations! The companionship will be enjoyed. The departure is fixed, but travelers are welcome to make there own deviations if they like.

Feel free to text or call with questions.........Bill