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OMA-KTM Dual-Sport Motorcycle Tour Photo Gallery

We hook another ride with our local tour guides at OMA-KTM for a trip through southern Oregon. A three-day, two-night dual-sport motorcycle tour took us nearly 460 miles. Check out the full report after we went on the OMA-KTM Dual-Sport Motorcycle Tours.

Lunch was at one of our favorite spots on Applegate Lake where the support crew was waiting with a full spread of sandwich and lunch makings.
The scenic, challenging and varying terrain of Oregon is well worth the trip.
Excellent lodging at Whaleshead Beach Resort and fresh seafood highlighted our stay on the Oregon Coast.
One of the many perks of traveling to the coast is the fresh seafood.
OMA-KTM Dual-Sport Motorcycle Tour
Riding home through the fog made for eerie scenery at times, like this dilapidated fire lookout.
OMA-KTM Dual-Sport Motorcycle Tour
Depending on rider skill and the number of participants, Moffett can tailor the ride to suit, and he isn’t afraid to try something or someplace new. After all, it’s supposed to be an adventure.
OMA-KTM Dual-Sport Motorcycle Tour
Every time we go on one of the OMA-KTM tours, we’re reminded of why we love to ride.
OMA-KTM Dual-Sport Motorcycle Tour
Oregon has plenty of old cabins, lookouts and historical waypoints to keep anyone interested, and several of these sites were designated resting points and a chance to learn some local knowledge from the well-versed guide.
OMA-KTM Dual-Sport Motorcycle Tour
The three-day, two-night trip I just sampled only cost $750 while comparable tours easily reach double that amount with other outfits we’ve seen.
The groups usually consist primarily of local riders, many of whom are regular customers at OMA-KTM. The instant camaraderie has always made me feel right at home, and though there’s plenty of joking, everyone’s out to have a good time, not hurt feelings - ok, Nancy-boy?