2014 Touratech Rally

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Jun 26, 2014 - Jun 29, 2014

Save the date! The 2014 Touratech Rally will take place Thursday, June 26th through Sunday, June 29th in the sleepy town of Plain, WA. This year's rally will be held in conjunction with the Washington Overland Rally and will include camping, classes, GPS tracks, guided rides and entertaining guest speakers.

Don't miss your chance to ride some of the best off-road routes in the Pacific Northwest, as well as attend a handful of free clinics and classes including Motorcycle Camping 101, Adventure Bike Suspension, Ergonomics & Bike Setup and Motorcycle Tire Repair. Puget Sound Safety will be on-site offering two different off-road skills development training courses for an additional fee. Come join the Touratech crew for a weekend of riding in the mountains and good times around the campfire. 

Pre-registration for the 2014 Touratech Rally is just $85 per person ($95 at the door) and includes camping and classes, as well as access to the Overland Rally. Food and drinks are not included. There is, however, a gas station, small store and restaurant nearby. There will also be a food vendor on site.

Advance online registration for the 2014 Touratech Rally will close on Sunday night, June 22nd. Get your tickets now for the best rate! That said, tickets will be available at the gate for $95 (single), and $180 (double).

On-site check-in begins Thursday at noon, Rides start around 9AM on Friday and Saturday, Classes and seminars in the afternoon, Sunday morning the event wraps up and attendees depart by noon.  

Back by popular demand! - On Friday and Saturday, there will be a women's only ride complete with post ride "wine and chat," a discussion of all things riding.

Quinn Cody to Lead Rally Navigator Experience at 2014 Touratech Rally

Join us at the 2014 Touratech Rally and take part in the first ever Rally Navigator Experience with Quinn Cody. An expert navigator and accomplished motorcycle rally racer, Quinn will be teaching a class on rally roadbook navigation as well as hosting a rally navigation ride during this year’s Touratech Rally!  Click HERE for more information about the Rally Navigator Experience.

Puget Sound Safety Off-Road Training Available at the Rally

PSSOR will be on-site offering two different off-road skills development training courses:

Rally Skills Primer Course

  • When: Friday, June 27th, 9am - 11:30am

  • Price: $95

  • Limited to 15 riders

Intro to Advanced ADV Skills

  • When: Friday, June 27th, 9am - Noon  also  Saturday, June 28th, 9am - Noon

  • Price: $200

  • Limited to 8 riders (each day)

Please contact PSSOR for more information about the training.

There will  be a vendor's row at the rally with the following companies attending:

Konflict Motorsports Suspension

Cyclops Adventure Sports Lighting

Ride West BMW

South Sound Motorcycles

Wenatchee Motorsports

PSSOR - Puget Sound Safety Off-Road Training

TourUSA Motorcycle Rentals

Backcountry Discovery Routes

Camel Tank

Bell Powersports

Ride Adventures

Giant Loop

AlyxMoto Motorcycle Service

Great Divide Dual Sport Adventures

Webb Powersports

Best Rest / Cycle Pump

Baja Rally LLC

Balkans Orange Adventures

Ride in Tours

I-90 Motorsports - Yamaha

If you're coming from far away and would like to rent a motorcycle to attend the rally, contact TourUSA to enquire about their full fleet of adventure, dual-sport, and touring motorcycles.

If you're interested in hotel, motel, or RV accommodations, check the below links:

Leavenworth Area Lodging

Lake Wenatchee State Park

 

2014 Touratech Rally

When: June 26-29, 2014

Where: Across the street from the Beaver Valley Lodge in Plain, WA.

Registration is just $95 per person at the door. 

Online registration is closed. You can still participate by registering on-site beginning at noon on Thursday, June 26th. 

 

Rally Schedule is now available.  Click the image below for a full-size, printable .PDF version:

 



Additional Information
Comments (18)

Do we register on site or is there a preregistration.

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Hey Shane, You'll be able to register online ahead of the event. Follow us on Facebook for the latest event info, or check back here in a few weeks. Thanks!

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Do you offer amenities on camp site, i.e., showers, toilets........ See you then

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Hi Patrick, there will be porta-potties on site, but no showers. There are showers at the nearby Lake Wenatchee State Park.

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Any schedule yet? I've registered but would like to know what time the rides depart on Thursday 6/26.

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Hi Randy, On-site check-in begins Thursday at noon, Rides start around 9AM on Friday and Saturday, Classes and seminars in the afternoon, Sunday morning the event wraps up and attendees depart by noon.

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Hi Randy, On-site check-in begins Thursday at noon, Rides start around 9AM on Friday and Saturday, Classes and seminars in the afternoon, Sunday morning the event wraps up and attendees depart by noon.

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I'm riding out for the rally from just outside Montreal, Canada and was wondering if there is somewhere close to the event that I can buy a set of tires and get them installed. I don't want to ride all the way on knobbies and waste them so I'm hoping to buy a set and have them waiting for me when I arrive around the 26th. I'll be spending a few weeks doing the backcountry discovery routes afterwards. Cheers...

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Hi. Riding over from Spocompton Thursday with some folks. Trying to figure out camping logistics. Will there be potable water on sight? Are campsites assigned or is it dirty-hippy freestyle type? :) Are fires permitted? These are the things I need to know. Or maybe more info is coming to those registered?

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I'll be heading out Thursday from Spokavegas - I thought there was a "primitive" shower (read garden hose) available last year. will that be available again?

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Will there be more than one food vendor this year? The single most comment I heard from most people at last years event was the lack of food vendors?

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John, AlyxMoto will be on site selling and installing offroad tires at the rally. We suggest contacting him ahead of time to arrange the tire purchase/install. www.alyxmoto.com

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Jeremy and Jason, There is plenty of room for tent camping in this large grassy field, no worries about showing up late. We will show you to your camping area when you arrive. There are no fires permitted other than the organized main fire pit. Camping will be dry so plan to provide your own water.

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Lyle, The plan is to have more than one food vendor this year. The grocery store and restaurant in Plain will both be open for the rally weekend as well.

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Do we need to sign up in advance for the Rally Navigator Experience with Quinn Cody? If so, how do we do that? Thanks

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Hi Chris, email sales@touratech-usa.com and let us know what size roll chart you want; 2 inch vs. 6 inch format. Include your name and phone number so we can make sure the chart is ready. Official sign-up will be at Rally.

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The lack of water sounds like an issue with this many people... Is there somewhere close to at least wash dishes and fill camel baks? Maybe a water trailer from united rentals is in order. Seems like a health issue with all day events and no water at camp. Looking forward to the rally regardless just need to know how many bladders to bring. Cheers

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UPDATE ON WATER - All motorcycles attending the Touratech Rally will receive two gallons of bottled water at the registration desk. Additional water can be purchased across the street at the gas station/store.

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