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Dual Sport and Trail Ride Event Schedule

D23 Non-Points Events

Dual-sport motorcycles are street-legal, licensed machines that are capable of off-road use as well. These non-competitive rides follow a predetermined course that includes public roads as well as fire roads and some off-road sections, typically in the woods. These events, also known as adventure rides, may utilize roll charts and/or GPS devices to help riders keep to the designated course and avoid getting lost.

A trail ride is a non-competition off-road event where riders follow established trails through the woods and other mostly-natural terrain. The course usually consists of varying levels of difficulty and many loops or decision points. During a trail ride event, the course is open for a predetermined number of days and times, during which riders are free to ride the trails as they please. Generally, trail rides are open to riders of all ages.

Danbury Dual Sport Dual Sport Adventure Ride Mora Enduro Trollhaugen Hare Scrambles

Danbury Dual Sport

Dual Sport is a type of motorcycle riding which is a mix of off road trails connected with the use of roads.

This is a one day event which is suitable for those who desire to develop skills without the pressure to keep up with the pack.

On-line REGISTRATION CLOSES 4/17/2020 or when 100 riders have registered.

MN300 Adventure Ride

The MN300 Adventure is a is a 2 day adventure ride through the Walker/Leech Lake area in northern MN. The route consists of two loops, each approximately 150 miles of great fall colors on dirt roads, paved roads and trails from Northern Lights Casino in Walker, MN, through many forest roads, snowmobile, and ATV trails in the area.

On-line REGISTRATION CLOSES 9/25/2020 or when 100 riders have registered.

Mora Enduro

The Norsemen Motorcycle Club has been sponsoring the Mora Enduro in the Snake River State Forest for over 65 years! This Enduro is the only time you can ride the trails in this forest, don't miss it! July 12, 2020 for the Main Enduro and a Youth Enduro July 11, 2020 paying Youth Cross Country Series points.

Trollhaugen Hare Scrambles

This Hare Scrambles is held at the Trollhaugen Outdoor Recreation Area in Dresser, WI. The course includes a woods course and  moto track. Don't miss out on the fun July 26, 2020!

Trollhaugen Memorial Race Track in Dresser, WI will be rocked for this legendary, once a year spectacle! The infamous Area 51 will give riders thrills and chills as they try to conquer the hills at the Troll. Four races for riders of every age, size and ability.

Cambridge Hare Scrambles Minnesota 300 Adventure Ride Mora Enduro TT Flat Track Trollhaugen Hare Scrambles
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Barney Larson
With great sadness one our Norsemen family members (BARNEY LARSON) passed on Saturday Morning January 6, 2018.

Anybody who rides motorcycles in Minnesota recognizes the name of Barney Larson.

The Larson family starting with Barney and Karen, and his parents (Milt and Evie Larson) were founding members of the Norsemen Motorcycle Club in the early 1960’s.  Barney lived it, breathed it, worked it, and made his living through the world of Motorcycles.  Barney would come to every Norsemen Monthly meeting for over fifty years and was part of many decisions that have helped the Norsemen Motorcycle club be one of the best around.

As you can see from the picture from the mid 1960’s the Norsemen racers proudly wore the bright red Norsemen racing gear.  Barney loved riding motorcycles and was an excellent competitor in his day.

In 1974, Barney and Karen took over the ownership of Larson’s Cycle in Cambridge, Minnesota and they ran and owned what has become and continues to be a premier Motorcycle dealer in Minnesota.

Mike Larson with the Larson Cycle family continued to carry on the legacy of the Larson family. We are all blessed to have such fine people in our lives.

Besides living and breathing the motorcycle world through their occupation, Barney and Karen and family were at all the Norsemen events working with the Norsemen Family of members with sign up, check points, and most apparent with Barney – taking tickets and collecting the $. And the off roaders will always remember Barney handling the starts at the Norsemen Enduros with his rubber chicken assistant.

The list of Barneyisms is extensive and so interesting – but most importantly right now is that we at the Norsemen are very sadden and will miss him dearly.

God Speed Barney!

Join the Larson Family in the Celebration of the Life of Barney Larson
Thursday January 11, 2018
Visitation 11:30 a.m.
Service 1:00 p.m.
Cambridge Lutheran Church
621 Old Main Street N
Cambridge, MN 55008

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