RideADV’s annual celebration of Yamaha’s legendary WR250R adventure bike is back for another year. Locked in for 27/28 March, there’s still time to join the fun. This year’s one-model rally looks set to be the biggest and best yet with plenty of dirt and adventure action up at Cessnock.

The WR250R rally has something for everyone, from experts to new adventure riders.

Enjoy a full weekend of off-road riding with RideADV, and a fun group of like-minded lovers of Yamaha’s iconic WR250R. A diverse range of riders is once again expected to take part, from the highly skilled through to those still building their adventure riding skillset, Yamaha say that this ride has something for everyone.

Keeping with tradition, the ride will depart from Chris Watson Motorcycles in Cessnock and take in the picturesque Hunter region of NSW. The planned 2021 route includes the iconic 24 creek crossing Barry Station run, Crawney Pass and much more.

The event is planned to be bigger than ever this year, with past years being a massive success.

This is a one-model ride, so WR250R only. It provides enthusiasts with a unique event designed to cover big distances on this small yet surprisingly capable motorcycle – and have a heap of fun doing it. For sign-up info, head here.

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2021 RideADV WR250R Ride Info

  • Start/Finish: Cessnock, NSW
  • Duration: Two days
  • Note: All riders must arrive on Friday from 3pm to sign on
  • Date: Riding 27/28 March 2021
  • Price: $250
  • Professional lead + sweep riders
  • Welcome barbecue on Friday 26 March from 3pm for sign-on

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