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AMA/Husqvarna Dual-Sport Series: August Events

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2012 AMA Husqvarna National Dual-Sport Series

The 2012 AMA/Husqvarna National Dual-Sport Series presented by FMF continues into August with five events in five different states. From the technical forest single-track of Washington to the historic trails of the Buffalo 500 in Indiana, the August calendar has something for everyone.

The Front Range Riders get things underway in Colorado with the Moose Run Dual Sport Rally this coming weekend. Two days of trails featuring A-, B- and C-level options will give riders the chance to experience the North Park riding area of Colorado.

Back east, the Bear Creek Sportsmen will take to the Catskills in the Hancock National Dual Sport in New York. Finishing off the month’s events, the Great Lakes Dual Sporters give riders a chance to experience Michigan’s best motorcycle-only single-track with Ted’s Chandler Hill Challenge.

The AMA/Husqvarna National Dual-Sport events each feature between 100-200 miles of the best riding in the area. Bikes must be street legal in order to qualify, and every Husqvarna rider who submits a photo of themselves on their TE at the event is eligible to receive a free T-shirt from Husqvarna Motorcycles North America.

AMA/Husqvarna National Dual-Sport August Events:

  • 1-5 Stevenson, Wash. – The Rally in the Gorge www.soundrider.com
  • 4-5 Walden, Colo. – Moose Run Dual Sport www.frontrangeriders.com
  • 4-5 Hancock, N.Y. – Hancock National Dual Sport www.bearcreeksportsmen.com
  • 11-12 Columbus, Ind. – Buffalo 500 Dual-Sport www.stoneylonesomemc.com
  • 18-19 Wolverine, Mich. – Ted’s Chandler Hill Challenge www.gldsmc.org

The AMA/Husqvarna National Dual-Sport Series presented by FMF encompasses 25 rounds of the best street-legal dirt bike riding events in America. Featuring rides in 16 different states, there is sure to be a round close to you. Check the Husqvarna Motorcycles Facebook fan page for up to date info on each of the 25 events.

For more information on this month’s events visit americanmotorcyclist.com or the Facebook fan page.

Steps to claiming your Free Husqvarna T-shirt:

Tell us the event you participated in (event name and date) and send a photo of you on your Husky at the event to HusqvarnaMotorcyclesNA@gmail.com

Be sure to include: First name, last name, email address, phone number, street address, city, state, zip. Include a synopsis of your adventure as part of the Husqvarna AMA National Dual-Sport Series.

For more information on the entire 2012 Husqvarna line-up, please go to husqvarna-motorcyclesna.com. Head to your nearest dealership to pick up a copy of the 2012 RiDE MORE Catalog, available now!

Be sure to follow Team Husqvarna on Facebook or via Twitter @HusqvarnaNA.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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