Any adventure riders looking for some fun to have on Sunday, December 1 might want to check out the 60 mile dual sport ride in New Park, PA hosted by the Baltimore County Trail Riders. This “Blind Enduro” event is an annual event the Trail Riders host in an effort to raise money for the Star Community: A home and school for the disabled. A blind enduro race is not a contest of speed, but of consistency. Each rider completes the course 3 times and is timed. The rider with the most consistent time between 2 rides is the winner. The course is a single track through the woods and although not impossible for a GS bike, it would be difficult because of its size which is why in addition to Blind Enduro contest, a dual sport ride was mapped out and added to this year’s event.
The event takes place on private property; in fact it is on the grounds of Star Community. No permits are required and being on private property you will have the opportunity to enjoy some new, unchartered territory! New Park is about 1.5 hours away and the ride begins at 10 a.m. All the information will be posted on GS Riders Of Bob’s BMW facebook page. Anyone who signs up can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a complimentary t-shirt and cap to wear to the ride and represent Bob’s RoadCrew!
Before signing up, odds are you have some questions about the ride and to answer those questions we have arranged for Dave Larrabee, good friend and customer of Bob’s and who is a member of the Trail Riders organization to be at Bob’s on November 16. Dave will be stationed by coffee and donuts between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. ready to answer your questions and share more details with you.