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2018 Calabogie Boogie TRAIL RIDE

If you would like to be notified in advance of the general public of the registration opening for the 2018 Calabogie Boogie, leave us your contact info at the bottom of this page.

As many of you may be aware, there are land owner use permission issues in the Calabogie area, and we are working hard to ensure riding for all in the future. Part of our commitment is to "tread light" by limiting the number of riders at the Boogie. We would sincerely appreciate if you would respect our efforts to keep the Boogie going in future years and the area open for riding - do not show up if you have not registered for the ride.

Date: Saturday September 8 & Sunday September 9, 2018

Locations: Staging area at Calabogie Highlands Golf Course, 981 Barryvale Road for the Saturday ride, and at Calabogie Peaks Resort 30 Barrett Chute Rd, for Sunday. See maps below and directions 

Rider limits: Limited to the first 200 pre-registered riders - now full.

Online registration now open at the bottom of this page - Limited to the first 200 riders pre-registered by August 23. 

Sound Chec(all bikes must pass 94db test to ride): 

  • 6:00 pm till 9:00 pm Friday (Highlands Golf Course)
  • 7:30 am till 8:30 am Saturday (Highlands Golf Course)

Registration check-in, Waiver Release, & Sign In:

  • 6:00 pm till 10:00 pm Friday (Highlands Golf Course)
  • 7:30 am till 8:45 am Saturday (Highlands Golf Course)

Riders' Meeting: 9:00 am new earlier time Saturday and Sunday. (Ride starts immediately after meeting). Sweeps will begin trail closures starting at 10 am to ensure all trails are swept and closed before dark. 

Trail rider information: This IS Ontario's premiere ride event, and draws riders from Ontario, Quebec, and the Northeastern U.S., attracted by some of the best riding terrain in Ontario.The ride is suitable for advanced novice to expert riders, not suitable for children, beginner or novice riders. Small wheeled motorcycles will have difficulty. Riders under 16 years of age need to be strong riders. Most trails will be single track, although dirt road and atv tracks may be used as connectors. Calabogie can be a challenging ride area. There will be a main loop, with various optional routes marked for difficulty ranging from Level 3 (intermediate) to Level 5 (experts only). See "what level am I". Maps will indicate optional early return routes. We will be riding on the "north side" on Sunday this year.

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  • Ensure your bike is in top condition, running 15 lbs. air pressure.
  • Bring plenty of hydration and trail snacks such as energy bars. Lunch is provided on the trail on Saturday and at the starting point on Sunday.
  • There is no gas truck on Saturday, although gas will be available for purchase (cash only) at the lunch stop.
  • Primitive camping available at the start/finish points at Highlands Golf only. There is no camping at Calabogie Peaks. Other accommodations.
  • Saturday & Sunday - Breakfast (from 6 am) available at the Highlands Golf Club - cost not included.
  • Sunday - Breakfast sandwiches available for purchase starting 7 am at Calabogie Peaks Resort.
  • Please "ARRIVE CLEAN" and be free of any mud or debris to prevent the spread of invasive species.

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