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North Fresno HOG Chapter #0228 (http://www.nfhog0228.com), as this year's host, welcomes you to the 10th Annual North Meets South H.O.G. event.

Five Road Captain guided rides have been planned and routed in preparation for your arrival for Saturday May 5th and two Road Captain guided rides have been planned for Sunday May 6th. We also have 4 different non-guided routes planed and mapped for those who would prefer the do-it-yourself approach. We suggest that you bring cash for lunch and incidentals on each ride. All rides will return to the Fresno Harley Davidson dealership by 4 pm Saturday, giving you plenty of time to rest, shower, and dress for the H.O.G. banquet and a fun-filled evening!

Here are descriptions of each ride so you can begin planning your Central California adventure.


Saturday Ride Routes

( All KSU times are AM)


#1. Bass Lake Ride: KSU 9:45 (Map)

Approximately 121-mile round trip through the foothills and mountains of central California and around beautiful Bass Lake. Much of the ride will be along the border of the beautiful Sierra National Forest. The ride will go through the historic logging town of North Fork, and the geographic center of California. Moderately twisty in some areas and rated at 2 out of 5 for difficulty.


 

#2. Huntington Lake Ride: KSU: 8:30 (Map)

Approximately 163-mile round trip through the mountains of the Sierra National Forest. The route will climb up highway 168 through the beautiful Shaver Lake area winding around the lake up toward our destination at Huntington Lake. The scenery is one of a kind and worth the ride. During the summer there are sail boat races on the lake. The return route will be along the north side of Huntington Lake down through Big Creek then back through Shaver Lake area. Moderately twisty in some areas and rated at 3 out of 5 for difficulty.



#3 Badger Mountain House: KSU 8:15 (Map)

Approximately 163-mile round trip through the foot hills of South East of Fresno. Ride up scenic highway 180 toward the beautiful Sequoia National Park. Just before reaching the entrance to King’s Canyon Park the route heads South through the twisty roads of Hog Back. The ride continues down highway 245 toward Lemon cove and the city of Visalia.

Twisty in some areas and rated a 4 out of 5 for difficulty.


 

#4. Sugar Pine Rail Road: KSU 10:00 (Map)

Approximately 135 miles round trip ride up into the mountains of the Sierra National Forest. Riding through historic Coarsegold, where gold can still be found in the streams, and up to the historic Sugar Pine Rail Road. The riders will board the Sugar Pine Railroad for a ride through the beautiful forest area. Cost of the tickets are $24.00 per person and are the responsibility of each rider.

Moderately twisty in some areas and rated an easy 2 out of 5 for difficulty.


#5. Mariposa Loop: KSU 9:15 (Map)

Approximately 130-mile round trip ride up toward the Sierra National Forest. This ride will go up through Coarsegold and Oakhurst before turning north west toward the Sierra National Forest. This scenic route will lead along the South West border of the Sierra National Forest and continue through the foothills of the Sierra Nevada to the town of Mariposa. Mariposa is a historic gold rush town. The route will continue down into the valley toward Merced and then run along the Santa Fe Rail Road Line back toward Fresno.

Moderately twisty in some areas and rated as a 2.5 out of 5 for difficulty




Sunday Ride Routes


#1. Bass Lake Ride: KSU 9:45
(Map)

Approximately 121-mile round trip through the foothills and mountains of central California and around beautiful Bass Lake. Much of the ride will be along the border of the beautiful Sierra National Forest. The ride will go through the historic logging town of North Fork, and the geographic center of California and back to the dealership. Moderately twisty in some areas and rated at 2 out of 5 for difficulty.



#5. Mariposa Loop: KSU 9:15 (Map)

Approximately 130-mile round trip ride up toward the Sierra National Forest. This ride will go up through Coarsegold and Oakhurst before turning north west toward the Sierra National Forest. This scenic route will lead along the South West border of the Sierra National Forest and continue through the foothills of the Sierra Nevada to the town of Mariposa. Mariposa is a historic gold rush town. The route will continue down into the valley toward Merced and then run along the Santa Fe Rail Road Line back toward Fresno.

Moderately twisty in some areas and rated as a 2.5 out of 5 for difficulty