A large group of riders converged on Caliente April 14-16 to participate in one of the longest-running off-road rides in the country.
The Nevada 200 Trail Ride was started by Scot Harden, a well-known figure in motorsports and inductee into the American Motorcyclist Association Hall of Fame, and has been held consistently for the past 39 years.
The event provided “200 miles of epic high desert and mountain trails, banquets and parties, seminars from legends in the sport and support by some of the biggest names in the off-road industry,” according to the Harden Offroad website.
The event fee included three days of riding on single/two-track trails, participant pins, number plates, decals and T-shirts, a welcome party, a seminar by “legends and Hall of Fame” riders and meals. Riders were helped by support trucks and sweep riders.
The annual event is one many riders look forward to, providing a fun, friendly atmosphere for off-roading enthusiasts, and bringing an economic boost to local businesses.