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Our annual dual sport ride is held in Ellsworth WI and covers approximately 150 miles. Trails consist of single track dirtbike trails, ATV trails, 2 track field roads, and several short sections of gravel and asphalt roads.

This is an all day event which includes a lunch. We see all types of bikes and riders at our event, from barely street-legal European and Japanese bikes to larger adventure bikes. There are shorter side trails throughout the ride that are more suitable for bikes under 300lbs.

We are also offering clubmember guided rides for those who don't want to follow a gps device thoughout the day.
There are several mandatory creek crossings on the main trail. Many of our hills are several hundred feet high, and we ride them from top to bottom. There are no mud bogs on the ride.

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Covid-19 Info

Register with AMA (required)
AMA Registration HERE

Pre-registration is required.
(Registration will begin when a date is finalized.)

Learn more about camping! 
Camping/Lodging Info

Make sure your bike meets these requirements before you sign up for the event!
Dual Sport Requirements

Learn more about fuel and fueling locations!
Fuel and Fuel Stops Information

A file containing the Trail Map will be available below 1 week before the event, these trails are not open to the public.

Dual Sport Route Information

RIDERS UNDER 18 need an AMA WAIVER for minors which can be found here:

Want to help out? Check out the Volunteering Tab!
Volunteering Information

The Valley Spring's Dual Sport Event began in Ellsworth 2016.

This ride exists because of the generosity of our landowners. All of the trails are on private property, and none of the trails are open to the pubic except during this organized event. Approximately 15 landowners allow us to build this course across their land and losing even one of them could have serious consequences for the future of our event. Please respect our landowners and stay on the trail.