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THERE ARE MANY ROUTES YOU CAN TAKE TO START YOUR JOURNEY INTO ROADBOOKING AND ADVENTURE RALLYING

 

***Due to current circumstances and the constant changing of restrictions and regulations across England and Wales we are sometimes forced to make last minute changes to our events.  We do our best to stay on top of any changes that occur, but for an up to date list of upcoming events head to our event calendar.***

 

Adventure Cannonballs

 

Adventure Cannonballs are a great way to introduce yourself to roadbook rallying.  They are relaxed events, with simple roadbooks and easy terrain (unless categorised as an ‘extreme’ cannonball).  The tracking system is implemented for safety tracking only.  No penalty points or league tables… A great way to get started!

 

Adventure Rallies

 

Adventure Rallies are the next step up from Adventure Cannonballs.  The tracking system is used to record rider data such as speeding and navigational accuracy, which is then fed into a penalty points system.  They also include more complex roadbooks, and are aimed at those who already have had roadbook experience, training, or have ridden an Adventure Cannonball before.

 

‘Rally in a Box’ events.

 

Newly available are events ‘in a box’.  There is no formal event organised, yet a digital roadbook is provided to participants which gives them the freedom to ride whenever they like within a designated time frame.  These generally run over a period of several weeks or months, and may include one or several routes to complete within that time.  The roadbooks will be available to download on a RallyMoto app, which also provides the instruments required for navigation.

Adventure Rally Training Days & Experiences.

Available to all members who may want help getting started with road booking or are looking to refresh or build their skills.  The training sessions are designed to get you fully ready to ride an Adventure Rally.

GRADING system

How the terrain and navigation is graded for each of our events.

ROUTE

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FAQ's

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.

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