Big Bend National Park RRR

Terlingua, TX
February 21-24, 2010

    Come join us for a Rough Road Ride in the Big Bend Area of Texas. Big Bend National Park, one of the largest parks in the United States, is a wildly beautiful natural region where you can explore the Rio Grande, the Chihuahuan Desert, the Chisos Mountains, or ride through the trails once used during the legendary American West days.

Event Managers: 

Don Bell
Dan Huber (EODMaps)

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Ride Coordinators

Things you need to know about the ride:

    The riding will not be very technical but there will be some rocks, sand, gravel, and a few hills.

    You will need to be prepared for unsupported back country travel and need to bring:

    • A well prepped bike!
    • Food, most days we will be able to eat lunch at a cafe, but you never know.
    • Drinking Water, this is a desert ride in very remote and unforgiving country !
    • Stuff to repair your tires!
    • Your Passport if you have one - Although there's no planned riding in Mexico, we will be right on the Mexican Border,

Host Hotel

Big Bend Resort and Adventures

Route 118 at Route 170
Terlingua, Texas

Telephone: 877-386-4383



This resort is a combination Motel & RV park with Tent camping in the same location.

Rates: 84/night + tax.

The MTF has a block of rooms reserved, you must talk with Sonya Michaels, 480 998 7199 ext 7118 when making reservations to get this rate.

Everyone needs to make their own reservations so they can pick the kind of room they want.

The MTF reserves the right to limit participation for any reason.

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