The American Motorcyclist Association has released the schedule for the 2019 Beta AMA National Dual Sport Series, presented by Kenda Tires, featuring 16 multi-day events organized by AMA-chartered clubs and promoters in 12 states.

Dual sport motorcycling combines on-highway riding with off-highway exploration. Dual sport bikes are street-legal motorcycles that are capable of navigating single-track trail. The Beta AMA National Dual Sport Series, presented by Kenda Tires, is a series of the best organized dual-sport rides in the country. Since 1987, participants have explored some of the most remote parts of America on routes mapped by local experts.

The title sponsor of the series is Beta, and one lucky series participant will win a Beta motorcycle at the end of the 2019 series.

“The 2019 series marks Beta’s fifth year as the title sponsor for the AMA National Dual Sport Series, and we are looking forward to more,” Beta USA President Tim Pilg said. “The series has been a great asset to our business and has helped us to grow our dual sport model sales. We hand out goodie bags to all of the event participants, and the series also allows our dealers to display at the events. It is a win-win the way we see it.”

2019 Beta AMA National Dual Sport Series, presented be Kenda Tires schedule

April 27-28: Perry Mountain Tower Run Dual Sport Ride
Perry Mountain Motorcycle Club — Stanton, Ala.

June 1-2: Durty Dabbers
Durty Dabbers Motorcycle Club — Lock Haven, Pa.

June 8-9: Ozark 200
Arkansas Dirt Riders Inc. — New Blaine, Ark.

June 8-9: Ride for Research
Wisconsin Dual Sport Riders — Wabeno, Wis.

June 22-23: Big Bear Run
Big Bear Trail Riders — Big Bear, Calif.

July 20-21: Copperhead National Dual Sport
Hocking Valley Motorcycle Club — Logan, Ohio

Aug. 3-4: Mountain Madness
Coconino Trail Riders — Flagstaff, Ariz.

Sept. 7-8: Land Between the Lakes 200 National Dual Sport
K T Riders — Dover, Tenn.

Sept. 14-15: Baby Burr National Dual Sport
Enduro Riders Association — New Plymouth, Ohio

Sept. 14-15: Show Me 200
Midwest Trail Riders Association — Bixby, Mo.

Sept. 28-29: Big Woods 200
Wisconsin Dual Sport Riders — Wabeno, Wis.

Sept. 28-29: Yosemite Dual Sport Adventure
Family Off-Road Adventures — Buck Meadows, Calif.

Sept. 28-29: Buffaloe 500 National Dual Sport
Stoney Lonesome Motorcycle Club — Columbus, Ind.

Oct. 5-6: Shenandoah 500
Washington Area Trail Riders — Mount Solon, Va.

Nov. 2-3: Hammer Run
Tri-County Sportsman M/C — Port Elizabeth, N.J.

Nov. 29-30: L.A. – Barstow to Vegas
District 37 Dual Sport — Palmdale, Calif.

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