EASTERN MOJAVE SCENIC
The Duck family and friends welcome you to the Eastern Mojave National Preserve and the tenth annual ride in the Eastern Mojave National Preserve. We hope that you will take the weekend to relax and enjoy the unique and varied scenery of the Eastern Mojave. Please inform yourselves about the event.
There are several pertinent web sites for information on this ride.
http://www.xprides.com/ for general information on XP Rides
http://www.xprides.com/ride-entry/riding-and-racing for information on Riding vs Racing
http://www.xprides.com//veterinary-pre-ride-info for veterinary information
If you are unfamiliar with our rides,please look over the veterinary information,the XP Rider oath,and the discussion on Riding vs. Racing. This will give you an opportunity to decide if this is really the kind of event and the kind of people that you want to be involved with.
Directions: This is a very easy camp to find. It is located on the southwest corner of Interstate 15,also known as the Las Vegas/Los Angeles freeway and Cima Road. Everything at this intersection belongs to the Young family as is part of ride headquarters. You can get gas,diesel and snacks at the store.
Coming from the North:Continue on I 15 south of the California line. About 28 miles from the Nevada border you will be coming down a long straight hill. Take the Cima Road exit. Stop at the stop sign. Turn left and go over the top of the freeway. You can look to your right as you go across the bridge and see the camp on the south side of the freeway. Go just past the store and turn right on the first road. After a couple of hundred feet,turn right through the gate. You are now in the camp.
Coming from the South:Continue northbound,past Baker,CA on I 15. About 26 miles past Baker,you will pass a rest area in the bottom of a long straight hill. Two miles past the rest area,turn off on Cima Road. As you are slowing to turn off you can look to your right and see the ride camp. Turn right at the end of the off ramp and go just past the store and turn right on the first road. After a couple of hundred feet,turn right through the gate. You are now in the camp.
Ride Photographer: Steve Bradley will photograph this ride in 2012.