Adventure Cannonball Weekend Camp

Date: August 27/28

Venue: Haggs Bank Bunkhouse & Campsite, Nentsberry, Alston CA9 3LH

Two Classes:  Adventure Class – Easier route
                         Rally Class – Harder route

Course – Roughly 170km each day and suitable for “Big Adventure Bikes”

Entry Fee – Starting at £130

This is event is only open to RallyMoto Members – all trail, enduro and adventure bikes are welcome.


We are excited to offer a full weekend of Adventure Cannonball roadbook adventures based out of Haggs Bank campsite and bunkhouse in the North Penines, where the trails are abundant and the scenery is stunning!

This will be a good vibes campout – think big BBQ cook up, fire pits, music, locally sourced beer and an extremely bike friendly host to make us feel right at home.  For this Adventure Cannonball you don’t have to rush off at the end of the day, this time we get the chance to unwind after a day of riding in front of the fire in a stunning, off the beaten track location!



  • Two full days of roadbook navigation on local trails and scenic routes
  • Camping in a stunning and pristine location (if requested)
  • Ball mount roadbook holder (if using hire set up)
  • Safety GPS tracking
  • Breakfast on Saturday and Sunday
  • Evening BBQ on Saturday
  • Friendly, fun and relaxed atmosphere
  • Support vehicle and recovery back to venue
  • Local food and beer to support small businesses in the area


  • Your own bike – with appropriate tyres fitted and a GPS power lead.
  • Riding gear with protection
  • Good strong boots
  • Waterproofs
  • You will need to provide your own trip / odometer / or Smart Phone Trip App and mounting to the bike
  • Your own Roadbook holder set up if you have one
  • Fuel
  • Some food and drink on the trail (breakfast and dinner provided at the venue)

the venue

Owner Dan has done an incredible job of creating a venue perfectly suited to off road motorcycle adventures and as a result has attracted visitors from all over the UK and even Europe to use it as a base to discover the incredible diversity of riding the region has to offer.

The campsite and bunk house are managed and kept pristine with incredible attention to detail and a lot of hard work!  With terraced sites offering stunning views across the valley, you can really appreciate the effort that’s gone into making this a very special venue for those who like to get out into nature and off the beaten track!

The bunkhouse also offers newly fitted toilets and showers and a communal kitchen for morning tea and coffee 😉


“Panoramic views, stunning sunsets and stars, a natural water supply fed by a famous onsite spring used by travellers for years and a warm friendly welcome all awaits you!”


If any riders have any questions please email [email protected] or call 0770 392 4448.

Will my new bike be OK as I don’t want to damage it?

We would consider the tracks and back roads we use to be perfect for the “Big” adventure bikes that are able to cover distance and handle light off road. The courses are designed for minimal damage to your bike. Of course we cannot guarantee everything as it is a bit of an adventure after all.  We will be sure to notify you if a particular route is especially challenging and if you would be better off on off road biased tyres.

Is my bike suitable?

Our routes are tailored for adventure bikes, as often there are long distances covered and the off road sections aren’t too technical.  Some of our more ‘extreme’ events can be ridden on smaller enduro and trail bikes, but overall our aim is to provide riders of big bikes a places to ride and experience what their adventure bikes are really capable of and actually made for!  There are many places available for enduro riders in the UK, however routes suitable for taking big bikes off road are less common, hence why we aim to provide for this realm of riders.  

Do I need to bring fuel?

No. Definitely not, the route passes commercial fuel stations and you should refuel here. Maximum distance between fuel stops is 80-100 km (50 – 60 miles). Just make sure you are fully fuelled at the start.

Do I need my own roadbook equipment?

No, RallyMoto provide an “adventure roadbook holder” to each rider. This has to returned after the event.

Do I need an accurate trip?

Yes, at this adventure level of riding we use an app on a Smart phone which is very good and it attached to the supplied roadbook holder.