Arizona Riding
Patagonia, AZ
Rough Road Riding
April 17-19, 2016

Flower Sniffin'
April 19-21, 2016

    Explore Southern Arizona, Mountains, Valleys
    and the Desert

Join the Rough Road Riders for three days of varied riding south of Tucson, Arizona. We will ride in and around the Santa Rita Mountains, thru the San Rafael Valley and dodge cactus and thorny trees in the desert. Roads will be varied, from pavement and good graded gravel, to rocky mining and ranch roads, and some sand and gravel washes too!

Or, Join the Flower Sniffers for three days of fantastic riding the scenic roads of southern Arizona.

Early reservations are strongly recommended. Lodging and RV spaces will fill early.

Event Manager: 
Ken Webb

Assistant Event Manager: 
Andy Simons

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Rough Road Rides

Riding will begin each day at 9:30A at the Stage Stop Inn. Special tracks will be provided for big adventure bikes. Smaller bikes with displacement of 650cc or less is suggested for the dual sport tracks although very experienced riders on larger machines are welcome. Make sure you have bush guards.

Date / Time Event / Location
April 17th
Rough Road Riding Day 1
  - Starting at the Stage Stop Inn
  - Kickstands up at 9:30 a.m.

April 18th
Rough Road Riding Day 2
  - Starting at the Stage Stop Inn
  - Kickstands up at 9:30 a.m.

Flower Sniffin' Riders begin arriving throughout the day

Cookout for all riders - 6:30 P.M.
  - Location: Patagonia RV Park

April 19th
Rough Road Riding Day 3
  - Starting at the Stage Stop Inn
  - Kickstands up at 9:30 a.m.

Flower Sniffin'

    Suggested places to visit:
    • Saguaro National park
    • Pima Air Museum
    • Bixby, AZ (shopping, Bixby Breakfast Club)
    • Tombstone, AZ (Ok corral re-enactment),
    • Tubac, AZ (art colony - shopping)

April 19th
Flower Sniffin' Day 1
Dinner - 6:00 P.M.
April 20th
Flower Sniffin' Day 2
Dinner - 6:00 P.M.
April 21st
Flower Sniffin' Day 3
Dinner - 6:00 P.M.
April 22nd
Depart for Home


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Rider Safety and Responsibilities
In addition to requiring the use of a DOT approved helmet on all MTF rides, the MTF RRR Committee strongly encourages the use of Motorcycle specific protective clothing and footwear while participating in any off road event. ATGATT reduces the severity of injuries in an accident and we want every participant in our events to be as safe as possible.

The MTF RRR Committee strongly encourages each participant in our events to self assess their riding style, interests, need for breaks and riding skill level and to keep that assessment in mind when choosing a riding partner or small group (2-4 riders) to ride with at our events. Sharing the road with someone of similar interests and riding style not only makes the ride more enjoyable for you, but safer for everyone.

The third part of safety when riding in remote areas is knowing where you are and how to get out. For this reason each rider should have a GPS device with the routes loaded and be familiar with it's operation and use. Being lost in a maze of endless gravel and dirt roads as darkness descends is a safety issue both for yourself and those who will have to search for you.


Lodging: Riders are responsible for making their own lodging arrangements.

Stage Stop Inn

303 West McKeown
Patagonia, AZ, 85624

Telephone: (520)394-2211

The MTF has rooms at Stage Stop Inn blocked for this event.
Must call to make your reservation.

Hotel Details:

2 Dbl or 1 Queen $89 + tax
1 King $99 + tax
Double occupancy.
$10 extra for over 2 people per room

Patagonia RV Park

566 Harshaw Road
Patagonia, Arizona 85624

Telephone: (Cell) (520)400-3857

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

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