January 16th and 17th, 2016. Join us at Broxton Bridge Plantation for a 2 day dual sport in the South Carolina Low Country! Trails will vary from Shrine Club Shoot grade single track, to 4ft bush hog trail, to dozer width horse paths. Make sure to save a few minutes to walk the Civil War Confederate earthworks where the Battle of Broxton Bridge was waged. Jerry Varn, owner of the plantation, is famous for burning a huge bonfire in a steel bowl that was once the cupped end of a railroad tanker car. Good place for choice beverages and reliving the day’s ride…
Broxton Bridge offers 135 camper hook-up sites, 30 and 50 amp service, as well as primitive camping sites. We even have a special area set aside for those who feel the need to run generators. Hopefully that area will be empty, the peace and quiet despite a full trailhead is something to behold! Bath house and food service will be on site. For those with more delicate sensibilities, the Plantation also has a bed-n-breakfast for $75/night. Contact Broxton Bridge for more info, or to make reservations at http://www.broxtonbridge.com
While you can sign up at the event, pre registering will help us plan for food service. Note the 250 rider limit, and free t-shirt and Saturday night supper for first 125 who pre-register!!! Lunch provided Saturday only, Sunday’s route will run you by a spot to BYO snack. Price is $100 for two days of great DS riding!
Broxton Bridge Plantation (RV Camp entrance)
1685 Broxton Bridge Road, Ehrhardt, SC 29081 • (803) 267-3882
Located approx. 5 miles south of Ehrhardt on Highway 601.
From I-95 Exit 57. Take Hwy 64 (Bells Hwy) for 13.4 miles and turn left on Cayce Rd.
Signs and arrows will be posted. No gas stations near site. (or click here for directions)
Coordinates: N 32° 59.868 W 081° 03.002 (Use correct format!)
130 Campsites @ the Plantation with hookups @ $25 - $30 per night.
Rustic Bed & Breakfast Inn rooms also available @ $75/night. Call 800-437-4868 or go to www.broxtonbridge.com to book a reservation for the rooms or the RV campsites. Motels available in nearby Walterboro.
This ride is for quiet street legal Dual Sport motorcycles. Bring a route sheet holder. Expect around 100+ miles Saturday and a llittle shorter Sunday. Ride utilizes sections of dirt and back country roads with emphasis on dirt along with numerous miles of horse trails and Shrine Club Shoot style single track for the more adventurous rider. EZ outs available. Lunch stop provided as well as gas stop. 50+ mile range required. NO RIDING ON THE PLANTATION BEFORE THE RIDE. BIKES MUST BE STREET LEGAL.
A Few Notes:
No ADV route this year, sorry, not enough interest.
Bikes must be street legal, and have a spark arrestor. Local law enforcement took note of some less than legal bikes last year, and asked us to attend to the issue. We do not want any trouble from them! Trespassers will be shot. Survivors will be shot again! No riding before the event! Bring a full gas can. While gas is available on the route, once you are at the trailhead, gas is about 10 miles away.
Single fee this year for one or two days post or pre-entry. Pre-enter by Jan 2, 2016 for $100 plus first 125 entries receive a free t-shirt and dinner Saturday night (again 1st 125 pre-entries only get t-shirt and Sat night dinner). 250 rider limit. No refunds after 1/9/16. Lunch included Saturday only. Sunday we will run you by a resturant or fast food on your own. Passenger $10.00 per day. AMA membership available at signup. Food available in the campground.
Friday Registration 4:00-6:00pm
Saturday & Sunday registration 7:00-8:30A.M.
Saturday & Sunday riders meeting 8:00A.M.
Ride starts at 8:30A.M Last bike out 9:30A.M. both days.
Doug Cochran at (843) 708-0886
Marvin Grant at (803) 385-8402 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Schultz at (843) 693-1814
Be sure and visit www.carolinadualsporters.com for upcoming events and other info.