Roll The Bones VII

October 28th-30th

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About the Rally

Roll The Bones is the premeier adventure / dual sport rally in Texas. It is not a race (depending on who you ask) but it embodies the spirit of racing, pushing yourself and your motorcycle to the limit. We encourage all riders to ride to their skill level. This is a community ride, we leave in in groups and do not leave folks behind.

Uncle Gus' Lodge & Marina at Lake Whitney, Texas

October 28th-30th

The venue will handle reservations for cabins and tent space. This year the operators of Uncle Gus' are charging $10 for tent camping. The reason behind this is twofold; they have liability concerns with knowing who is on property and the funds generated will be used for portable toilets during the weekend. Yeah, we know!!

Attendees should plan in advance to ride with someone who has a GPS or some other navigational aid since this is not a rally focused on playing follow the leader around the countryside. If you prefer maps then you're in luck as those will be provided as well. Riders are encouraged to create small groups because small groups are more readily adaptable to the problems typically encountered on these types of rides. This is not Mommy's Hardly Daverdson Rally and you will be responsible for your own navigation and expected to manage your own risks. Don't ride over your head and come prepared to handle minor maintenance issues on your bike.

Iron Butt????

If Iron Butt riding is your thang we should have a little something for you too. We are discussing a prize for the attendee who logs the most verifiable miles between the riders meetings finale Saturday morning and an, as of yet, undetermined time Saturday night.

Admission

Early registration pricing is Through Sept. 30.

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Routes

GPS tracks will be available before the rally and will be posted on this page, they are currently being created, be patient.

Most likely you will be able to find a group at the rally with a leader that has the GPS but you should plan on having it available so you can find your own way. There are many GPS capable apps on iOS and Android, for Android we recommend OsmAnd.

Check up to date info, routes and other tomfoolery on the ADVrider forum page

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