Kelly’s Pond Walker County 30.510511,-95.661682 (secondary)
SEATS ARE LIMITED
7:55 am CDT
Tike/Family Bike Ride and Campout
Event Date – April 28, 2023 – April 29, 2023
Event Time – 4/28 @ 4pm – 4/29 until you leave
Location – Kelly’s Pond Walker County 30.510511,-95.661682
Event Element – Multi-Use Motorized
Required by Attendee:
Families with kids that enjoy the outdoors and motorcycle riding! This event will be a campout and motorcycle riding the following morning/day. Bring out the kids. Even if they don’t ride, they will have a chance (with parent permission). If you have bikes, bring them. This is not a race and will be focused around the kids, not the adults.
NOTE: If held in the national forest you MUST have an Annual Pass.
Extended to the Attendee: Campout to allow the kids to learn off-the-grid living including chopping wood, cooking, building a fire, and having fun. Next day we will have a structured guided ride to ensure the safest ride. We rest periodically to regroup to check equipment ensuring maximum fun! This will be a great opportunity to get on a bike if you have never done it before or ride the bike you already know how to ride. Kids and adults of all ages are welcome.
All kids/adults will have fun and will have the opportunity to learn something about riding and learn something about yourself.
Theme: FAMILY FUN. Primitive camping. Not giving up, learning your bike, learning something about yourself, and having fun! Creating camaraderie!
1600 – early birds can arrive – set up camp, cook supper, have supper, make a fire.
0845 – Help with checking chains, tires, prep with hydration, tools, maps, supply whatever to whoever needs a helping hand.
0900 – Ride begins. Learning how to ride tutorials. Group ride.
1200 – Everyone should be back. Snacks will be provided on the trails to get you through.
“Registration costs are to fund the event and pay for the time, support, and equipment of KPNUSA.”
All proceeds benefit Operation Veteran 365. Access 365 days a year was voted “most needed” by our Veteran community. We will be challenged as a community to rise to this vision but we are close. We only missed achieving 365 days of motorized access in Natural Forests by 51 days in 2022. We aim to increase support of the military veterans priority related to natural healing found through travel in the tall timber. They swore an oath to protect the motherland. Not during just good weather, they sacrificed to ensure liberty 24/7. We are wise to focus on ensuring some sections are as water-tolerant as possible in phase one. When society remains united, strong, and determined, we inspire those that stepped up and those who continue to show our love of liberty and of each other.