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2014 Arkansas 500 Ride Itinerary

Early Bird Ride and Eats
Thursday, April 10, 2014:

Arrival Time: Noon if you want to ride the short Eureka Springs day ride with me. I'm leaving around 1pm. Otherwise, show up when you want. Thursday Camping (with your own gear) is $10 and comes with the Thursday Early Bird Dinner/party! You Must RSVP to scotty@arkansas500.com to be included for supper! Bring your own lawn chair.

Friday, April 11, 2014:

All Riders meet at 8 am sharp. After a brief rider meeting (and photo), everyone will get the chance to visit Turpentine Creek (Proceeds from your ride donation will benefit Turpentine Creek: www.turpentinecreek.org).

The end of our first days ride will be at Longpool Campground. Upon arrival the sag wagon will already be there. Your gear will be inside a 14 foot locked enclosed trailer. An attendant will be there with the key to help you unload your gear. The trailer will be full. Respect your fellow riders and handle their gear gently. This gear is not cheap and deserves your careful handling.

Dinner is catered and I will post menu just before the ride. There is a really nice shower house on site. The campsite fee is included in your donation to TCWR. I will bring firewood for bonfire and fireside snacks too. If you need electric and other amenities email me at: scotty@arkansas500.com. Gas is five miles away in Dover. The track/route will pass directly by it in the morning.

Saturday, April 12, 2014:

Breakfast: 8:00 am - 8:30 am: Menu added later…
Kickstands up by 8:30 am! This route will take us through some fantastic National Forest with a lunch stop in _____.

We will arrive at Buffalo Point in time to hook up with the sag wagon, set up camp, enjoy a great catered dinner with bonfire.

Sunday, April 13, 2014:

Coffee 8:00 am - 8:30 am. Breakfast up the road at Bills
Kickstands up 9:00 am.

For those of you who must leave early, this ride day was designed for you to just peel off any time you need to and head for your truck/trailer.

The Ozark Mountains Offer Great Dual Sport Riding

Throughout the year the Ozark Mountains offer perfect dual sport riding. The Arkansas 500 is held in the early spring, just as all the greenery awakens. There are endless back roads and trails to ride all year long. Join us in the spring then enjoy the Ozark's all year.

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