TRS OHV Ambassadors will be hosting this ride. There will be several route options to accommodate various skill levels.
Directions to the Staging Area
Take I-19 south to Exit 40, “Chavez Siding Road”, which is just past the Boarder Patrol Check Point which is on the opposite side of the highway.
Turn right at the stop sign, now you are heading towards the Frontage Road. At the next stop sign, turn right onto the Frontage Road and go about .3 miles north and turn left onto a dirt road. There is a sign at the entrance to this dirt road, the sign says “Hunter Access”, it’s easy to miss this, so go slow.
You will now be on Forest Service Road #684. Drive on this dirt road for about 4 miles. The staging area will be on your right, very obvious.
GPS Coordinates for the Staging Area: 31.6306280, -111.1019341
If you do not want to drive down the 4 miles of dirt road, there is a parking area .1 of a mile after you turn off the Frontage Road and onto the Forest Service Road #684. It will be on your left. You need an Arizona State Trust Land Recreation Permit to park at this parking area.
More details will be posted before the ride, stay tuned.
There Will Be Dust was another fine success for TRS. Almost 70 riders participated in this year’s ride and fund raiser. Nearly the same number attend the dinner meal and raffle prize party.
Comments from the riders indicated they all enjoyed the routes, scenery and weather. There was NOT any dust. Hero dirt everywhere. These conditions only happen a few times a year in our part of the State.
The service, accommodations & atmosphere at both the Long Horn Grill & Saloon (lunch) and the Wild Horse (dinner) restaurants was just right as far as I am concerned. Our raffle party seemed to be a hit, even the restaurant staff came in to buy tickets.
Thanks to all the TRS volunteers, friends and family members for your help! You were great.
TRS’ There Will Be Dust event of Nov. 23, 2019 could not have been possible without the support of several bike shops and other businesses. Please consider patronizing these wonderful folks when you can.
Arizona Kawasaki, KTM & Triumph (AZKKT) – Tucson Cycle Skis & ATV (CSA) – Tucson Roost Goggles – Maricopa Muscleman’s Honda – Tucson Tucker Power Sports – Fort Worth Texas On Any Moto – Tucson Serrano’s Motor Sports & Service – Tucson Stage Stop Inn – Patagonia Copper Brothel Brewery – Sonoita Wild Horse Restaurant – Patagonia Wagon Wheel Saloon- Patagonia Gathering Grounds – Patagonia Longhorn Grill & Saloon – Amado A special thank you to Patagonia Town Council for again allowing TRS to host TWBD VII in center of town. Finally, a special thanks to Town Marshal Patterson for supporting our event and keeping things safe for all the participants.