Join us for the ANNUAL FALL RALLY hosted by Highland Park and KTM World, October 21-22.
Pre registration $75 until end of day Oct 10. After pre registration ends, you can still register at the door, Friday Oct 20, Sat Oct 21, and up to noon on Sun Oct 22. Registration at the door is $95.
Event headquarters and sign in will be at KTM World/Highland Park. All STREET LEGAL Adventure and Dual Sport bikes are welcome, any size, any color. There will be 7 different routes for you to choose from, and routes will vary between 40 miles and 150 miles in length, running through NW Georgia and NE Alabama, including Talladega National Forest and Little River Canyon National Preserve. All routes are loops that begin and end at KTM World/Highland Park in Cedartown, GA, and include dirt, gravel, sand, paved, and barely paved roads. Printed route sheets and .GPX files provided, plus you get a 2 day pass to ride all the trails at Highland Park Resort as well, a $70 value by itself!
The Hill Climb event will be at Highland Park on Saturday at 4PM, it's free to enter, and you can sign up when you arrive and any time after until the hill climb begins. There will be classes for both Dual Sport and ADV bikes with trophies for top 3 finishers in each class!
This Fall Rally is open to ALL street legal Dual Sport and Adventure bikes. Join us for some great Fall riding! After pre registration closes on Oct 10,
Highland Park/KTM World Fall Rally Routes
Printed Route Sheets and .GPX Tracks provided
Quickie 17 - A short run for a warm up or if you don't have enough time left for a long ride. 17 miles, easy to moderate difficulty. Almost all off road, no food or gas available.
Terrapin Creek 43 - Moderate difficulty with a few hard sections and a large creek crossing. Almost all off road, no food or gas available.
Talladega 61 - Easy to moderate, about 3 hours to complete, plus food and gas stop. More than a third of this route is through the very scenic mountains of Talladega National Forest. Mostly gravel roads and dirt roads through TNF, plus a few sections of moderate difficulty. Mostly off road, with gas and food available at 14 miles.
Rosewood 56 - Moderate difficulty with a few hard sections and a large creek crossing. A portion of Talladega National Forest. Mostly off road, 56 miles, food and gas available at 42 miles.
Rosewood 80 - An excellent ride with a little of everything, easy to moderate with a few difficult sections, a large creek crossing, also a good position of Talladega National Forest. Mostly off road, gas and food available at 39 miles.
Little River Canyon 136+ Our longest ride, about half pavement to get all the way to Little River Canyon National Preserve, lots of small country roads with dirt sections thrown in everywhere possible. Mostly easy to moderate, a few moderate sections inside LRC NP including some creek crossings. 136 miles plus about 20 miles (all dirt) inside LRC NP. Food and gas available at 58 miles and 97 miles.
Cave Spring 45 - Easy to moderate run to Cave Spring, a cool little town. Some pavement sections but not that much. A stop at Rolater Park to check out the cave, the spring, and a historic church. Food and gas available at 26 miles.
Dugdown 64 - Easy to moderate with a few harder sections here and there. Traverses Dugdown Mtn, heads towards Muscadine, picks up some scenic Talladega National Forest as well. 64 miles with food and gas available at 26 miles