“Tech Day” planned for April 30th. Warm up your wrenches!

March 11, 2011

The annual “Tech Day” has been scheduled for April 3oth in Eagan.  See the Events page for more info.  Its a great opportunity to meet other riders and also get some advice on tuning your bike.


Changing things up a bit…

March 9, 2011

As of today this website is changing its name from “Trans-Minnesota Adventure Trail” to “Minnesota Adventure Riders”.  The URL stays the same (http//minneadv.info), the blog stays the same, and the hosting of information about the TMAT stays the same.

What changes is that the site will begin to bring you more information about meeting other riders, organizing trail rides, and in general building a better community in Minnesota for Adventure/Dual Sport riding.  So stay tuned for some more changes.

Sound good?  Sound off in the comments.  Your feedback is important!


Latest issue of Midwest Motorcyclist is published

March 8, 2011

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This online mag doesn’t cover Minnesota events, but it can still be a good read and is an excellent source of info on Wisconson and Michigan events.

http://www.midwestmotorcyclist.com/NewFiles/MAR%202011%20issue.pdf


Lois Pryce visits Edina this Month

March 4, 2011

“Crossing the USA – Ural style”

Lois Pryce British Motorcycle Adventure Rider and Author is “on the loose” once again . . . Sunday,March 27 2:00 pm Southdale Library 7001 York Avenue South, Bloomington, MN 55435, Phone: 952-847-5900

Cost: FREE

Don’t miss this charming and witty Brit describe her journey. She and husband, Austin Vince, crossed the USA in a Ural sidecar rig in 2009. This event promises to be jolly good fun! Lois will have books and DVDs available for cash purchase.

Sponsored by St. Croix Ural / Irbit Motorworks of America • Leo’s South BMW Motorcycle Owners of MN • Women On Wheels® Twin Cities Chapter


“Cheesehead trail” now posted

March 1, 2011

For those of you wanting some guidance on how to connect from the Trans-Minnesota Adventure Trail to the Trans-Wisconsin Adventure trail your wait is over.  The Maps page now contains both a northern and southern route to the beginning and end of the Wisconsin trail.  This basically now forms a “loop” that can be followed for an epic moto-adventure.

Connection to TWT

Northern Route to TWT