Time for the folks at the annual DuneFest in Winchester Bay, Oregon, to Feel The Heat! DragonFire is rolling into the Pacific Northwest for a week of doing it in the dunes July 31-August 4th. In addition to showing off the RockSolid range of trail capable accessories, DragonFire will once again be partnering with MotoUSA.com to supply swag and present our signature Ride Tour drive-in “Movie Night.”
Building on the success of the recent Rally On The Rocks, in Moab, Utah, DuneFest marks the second of three stops on the 2013 DragonFire Ride Tour Presented By MotoUSA.com. “We had so much fun in Moab, that we couldn’t wait to do it again in Oregon,” says DragonFire’s social media manager Chris Moore. “As great as the slick rock was in Utah, it can be a little intimidating, so we are looking forward to being able to bring the Ride Tour to even more people at the Winchester Bay dunes.”
Billed as “the most fun a family can have in the sand” DuneFest draws thousands of people to the scenic Oregon coast. Sand drags, ATV/UTV pull-off, demo rides, Show n’ Shine competition, racing, concession stands and vendor midway ensure that there is something for everyone. DuneFest participants are encouraged to join DragonFire and the editors from MotorcycleUSA.com for a drive-in style movie shown on the massive full size theater screen located on the main stage starting at dusk on Thursday night.
Movie Night will start with a special video presentation of the highly anticipated 2014 Polaris RZR XP1000 before we start the feature-length action movie The Avengers. Throughout the week DragonFire will be conducting daily drawings at the MotoUSA.com booth for LockDown Harness bar kits, belts and steering wheels, as well as giving away the DragonFire/MotoUSA bandanas that proved so popular in Moab. MotoUSA is also awarding a limited edition commemorative DuneFest T-shirt to the first 250 folks to check in at the booth.
“We had a great time riding with our friends and readers in Utah, but DuneFest is our home event. It promises to be even more fun because of the sheer volume of OHV enthusiasts in attendance,” says MotoUSA’s Ken Hutchison. Check out the video recap and story from Rally on the Rocks for a peek at what you may have missed in Moab: http://bit.ly/1c9N68N
If you missed Moab and can’t make DuneFest then make sure to come out and ride with us in Glamis on Halloween 2013. For more details on the entire DuneFest program, click on www.dunefest.com — While you are on the Internet, be sure to “Like” DragonFire on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/DragonFireRacing
and check out our partners at www.facebook.com/MotorcycleUSA