2020 Pine Barrens 400

Wed, December 18 2019, 8:00 AM - Sun, March 22 2020, 9:00 AM [EST]

308 Sputh White horse Pike, South White Horse Pike, Hammonton, NJ, 08037, United States

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Pine Barrens 400 Regular Entry Partial Approval - $225.00

Registration closes on - 03/22/2020

This covers your entry for riding Friday, Saturday & Sunday, with lunch on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

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Registration closes on - 03/15/2020

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Event Information

Wed, December 18 2019, 8:00 AM - Sun, March 22 2020, 9:00 AM [EST]

About the Event


We are proud to announce that the 2020 Pine Barrens 400, sponsored by Solid Performance KTM will take place March 27th, 28th and 29th
and will be in a new format, a three day GPS guided "Hard Adventure Ride".
The start and finish will be at the Hammonton Econolodge:
308 S White Horse Pike, Hammonton, NJ 08037
Call direct for reservations. 609 561 5700
 

The Pine Barrens 400 Hard Adventure is a Three Day, GPS guided tour of the Pinelands National Reserve for adventure style motorcycles. The course will consist of sand and gravel dirt roads in the state forests, connecting the best sections for larger machines from recent enduro events.
It is not a Race!

 

The idea behind this year's event is to challenge the riders with the best sections from recent ECEA enduros, and present a course that will allow the adventure riders access to areas and terrain that are usually off limits, under controlled conditions to make a safe, fun, but challenging course. There will also be bypasses and bailout points if a rider wishes to avoid or shorten the sections.

 

Due to DEP regulations, these sections consist mostly of "Firecuts" narrow single track trenches that weave thru the forest, and are used as fire breaks. They are as close to single track trail as we can get, and also make great paths for motorcycles. However the nature of these "Firecuts" makes them extremely difficult for the larger adventure machines, like the GS 1200 to safely navigate them. The horizonal twin cylinders may not fit thru the trees and the fact they are trenches may cause the cylinders to "hang up" on roots or in turns. Plus they pass thru areas where the trees sometimes are close together, also known as "Tight Sections". Other sections will have deep sand and "Whoops".

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Another issue with the fire cuts is that it is the machines must travel "single file" in the "trenches" which may cause some riders to be held up by larger machines or "pushed" by smaller ones while in a section and also makes passing difficult. This takes away from the experience and can be frustrating or intimidating to some riders. So, we will have a "starting order" with the smaller machines starting first and the largest machines starting last. By grouping machines with similar characteristics and abilities, it should make the ride safer and more enjoyable for the riders. This new formats details will need to be worked out, and more info will follow.

And we will ask all riders to be considerate and mindful of who is in front of and behind them at all times, especially in the enduro sections. We May have "Start Controls" at some sections to stagger access into the section. You can start in the back if you wish.


The machines allowed to enter the event must be street legal from the manufacturer, and have DOT Knobby Tires, USFS approved exhaust and a sound level below 95 DB. Riders must be over 18 years of age and have a valid driver's license and liability insurance. No Two strokes or trail bikes will be allowed to enter. No Helmet Cams or Go Pros will be allowed. And we ask for limited social media postings. Pre Entry only.

The PB400 will be limited to 150 riders.
The entry will only be for the full event, no one or two day entry's.
The ride will only include lunch all three days
The cost to enter is $225

Thanks to the East Coast Enduro Assoc,  Ocean County Competition Riders, (OCCR) for Scrub Pine Enduro sections,

Meteor Motorcycle Club (MMC) for Sandy Lane Enduro Sections, and Motorcycle Competition Inc. (MCI) for Stump Jumper Enduro Sections, the Pine Barrens Adventurer Rider Crew and Solid Performance KTM Crew.

Cancellation policy

There are thousands of dollars spend on permit fee's for this event.
The cancellation fee pays for these permits and funds our mission to create riding opportunitys for the adventure riding community.
If the event is cancelled due to reasons beyond our control, your entry will automaticaly be entered in the rescheduled date.
Cancellation 15 days or more before the class date $100 fee

Cancellation 14 days or less before the event $150 fee

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About the Organizer

Pine Barrens Adventures LLC: Pine Barrens Adventures staff and instructors are champion Enduro, Motocross and Rallymoto racers as well as experienced adventure riders. We have been organizing AMA National and Local Adventure and Dual Sport Rides in the Pinelands since 2005, and are also officers in local enduro clubs, organizing enduro and hare scramble events. We are a “Grassroots” organization, doing this for the love of the sport.

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