Where the dual sport adventure begins


Club meetings are on the first Thursday of every month
Next meeting: May 1st @ 7:00pm

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Please help us raise money with our
Clear the Gear fundraiser

Donate old gear or anything of fair value that can be sold on ebay
All proceeds benefit the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

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The Orange County Dualies were formed in 1994 as a club for DualSport motorcycle enthusiasts in Southern California. We started out as a group of friends and riders wanting to grow our sport and share our adventures.

Today we sponsor rides for the purpose of raising money for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. These include annual rides such as Ride for Kids and our very own Beaumont Charity Ride.

The club is a recognized 501(c)(3) charitable organization and your donations are tax deductible.

Our meetings are informal and all are welcome. Please see our calendar for the meeting and ride schedule. If you’d like to become a member, please download, complete and return the membership application form on our download page.
For a history of the club, as told by our four presidents and cataloguing our many accomplishments, click on Dualies History.
To find out the latest happenings in the club, check out the latest meeting minutes.

The Dualies are Holding their 10'th Annual Beaumont Charity Ride to raise money for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation on Saturday, May 17'th. The ride starts from Beaumont Powersports and follows roads and trails to lunch at in Idyllwild. Trails to match of the skills of all dual sports riders are offered, as we as adventure bike routes for the riders on the larger machines. Go to the download page to find the Ride Flyer and Registration form. Register by May 1 for a reduced fee, and the guarantee of a T-shirt. Come out for a great time, and to help the kids with brain cancer.
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