Explore The PA Wilds Four Tour
Explore The PA Wilds Four Tour is an Intermediate to Upper Intermediate level guided tour on June 22-26, 2022 of the best ADV & ADV Dual Sporting routes in north central Pennsylvania including terrain in Sproul and Susquehannock State Forests. The ride is set up as a hybrid rally-guided tour for a small group, having a single base camp for the entire trek. From Thursday to Sunday we run a different loop into the wilderness and back to camp. Check in will occur at camp starting the afternoon of Wednesday the 22nd.
A majority of the riding will be on gravel and dirt Forest Service and Fire Roads with beautiful vantage points, minimal pavement, and an amazing piece of the MABDR. The ride will also include maintained, semi-maintained, and not-often-traveled drivable trails as well as pass through small communities where supplies can be acquired at the local mom-n-pops.
Amenities at base camp will include drinkable water, flush toilets, showers, and a swimming pool. There will be limited space for RV/Pop-Up/Campers but no restrictions for truck/trailer parking. The price of admission will include dinner on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday; breakfast each morning; and camping for the duration as well as fully planned routing and guiding services. Participants are responsible for their own gas, lunches, dinner on Saturday (the group will eat at a local spot), hydration, and any incidentals on the courses. Lunch breaks and gas stops are built into each day.
Participants will receive email communications prior to the event with more information.
Appalachian ADV is a Recreational Promoter Charter with the American Motorcyclist Association. Membership is not required to attend our Sanctioned events but we do encourage you to give them a look and join!
Friends of The Four Tour
- 4-Day guided tour of the PA Wilds
- 3 Dinners (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)
- Breakfast each morning
- Camping at base camp near Renovo, PA
- Truck/Trailer parking
- Limited space for RV/Pop-Up Campers - book in advance!
- Rider support including rider coaching, GPS tracking/communications for the family at home, Ride Lead certified in first aid/CPR, a set of general tools (metric), tire repair/tubes/air, tow strap, siphon, etc. for roadside repairs as well as recovery services, if needed
What's Not Included:
- Dinner on Saturday
- Personal insurance and incidentals
Please review our FAQs for answers to common questions including our definitions of ADV Skill Levels and Terrain Ratings.
Disclaimers: Participants of Appalachian ADV Rallies and Group Tour events must be a minimum age of 18 years old. Waiver forms will be made available and completion is required prior to participation. Appalachian ADV events are an all-weather affair, we like nature and everything it throws at us. A minimum 50/50 tire is required but Appalachian ADV strongly suggests a more dirt-oriented tire that includes some level of knobblies. Appropriate armor for your body and bike as well as the appropriate skill, mental toughness, and attitude are also required! The goal is to challenge yourself and have fun! So, be prepared to pick up your bike with a smile!