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News.bytesNews.bytes Extra, issue 452  

October Touring Month brings motorcyclists, other visitors to Eastern Sierra

Motorcycle riders enjoyed fall weather in the Eastern Sierra as part of the annual October Touring Month celebration. In addition to the motorcycle ride, events include a vintage car rally and Jeep tours. (text continues below)

A man holds a device on a measuring string a set distance from a motorcycle exhaust pipe
Kriss Kudla and Mike Koroknay perform a sound check. Each motorcycle must pass an inspection prior to being ridden in the event.

Perfect weather greeted the Ventura County Motorcycle Club as they hosted their 4th annual Bishop Dual-Sport motorcycle ride. The ride covers over 600 miles utilizing multiple loops of public highways and public lands managed by the BLM and U.S. Forest Service.

The event stages out of the Tri-County Fairgrounds in the City of Bishop. The riders were treated to a complementary dinner prepared by the Bishop Chamber of Commerce on Saturday night.

“The event went well, with a lot of family members attending” said Kyle Nunn of VCMC, “We would like to thank the BLM Bishop Field Office, Inyo National Forest, the Bishop Chamber of Commerce, the City of Bishop and the Tri-County Fairgrounds for welcoming us to Bishop.”

A motorcycle at rest behind some cacti
Motorcycles parked behind some of the vegetation and rocks of the area.

- Rich Williams, BLM Bishop Field Office outdoor recreation planner

BLM-California News.bytes, issue 452


 
Last updated: 10-14-2010