SHASTA ADV RALLY
Hosted by: Redding Dirt Riders
Location: Shasta Chappie OHV park Redding CA.
13-15 May 2022
Pre-registration ends 6 May
$85 per-person until 1 March
$105 Per-person thereafter
Includes: camping for two nights, meal ticket, 3 .GPX tracks
Friday: Check in begins 4:00pm
Speakers: Two Baja 1000 Ironman finishers
Movie: Screening WYBDR 2022 film
– Ride the route of your choosing
– Speaker Joey Evans
– Food trucks
– Break Camp
– Bonus ride Husky Rick’s dual sport loop
Riders are responsible for their own shelter and meals. RDR will secure the camping area for all participants and provide 1 meal ticket redeemable at the onsite food truck. Riders should plan to be capable of navigating themselves along the provided GPS tracks. Onsite assistance will be available to help load Garmin and like GPS units with the proper GPX files.
There is plenty of room for trailers and RVs if you do not wish to put the highway miles on your bike getting to us.
Shasta Dam crossing is closed between 10:00pm – 6:00am
Registration @ https://www.livelaps.com/event?7403
The Perfect Balance
Starting with a leisurely put along the shores of Shasta Lake this route provides a relaxing memorable ride for all experience levels. Climbing over the hills and back down to the water’s edge of Trinity Lake riders will tour through the historic town of Weaverville before riding down the famous Buckhorn summit and along Whiskeytown lake.
Shore to Sky
Non-intimidating dirt roads that put an emphasis on the thrill of the ride accompanied with breathtaking views, dramatic changes in elevation, and thrill of riding where few adventures have yet to discover. The Shore to Sky route will take the rider from the water’s edge to the top of the highest ridges in Shasta County and back in a breath-taking experience that is sure to leave a lasting impression.
Adrenaline fueled tire burner of twisting pavement through the north state’s most pristine wilderness. The base route takes you past four lakes, across two dams, along the Sacramento and Trinity rivers, views of Mt. Shasta Mt. Lassen, and the Trinity Alps.
Husky Rick’s dual-sport loop
Didn’t get enough Saturday? Have time for a short ride before making the long trek back to civilization? Rick Pickens one of late members’ memorial stands at the top of the OHV park on Hang Glider Hill where dare devils would through themselves off the edge in hope of a successful flight. This dualsport trail loop pays homage to Rick and all the early RDR hard chargers efforts to make Shasta-Chappie OHV a destination riding area for all.
Challenging route for the skilled dirt rider, suggested middleweight ADV bikes or smaller.