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2022 AT 4Day.

Updated: Nov 21, 2022

4 Days of spectacular riding awaits you on the fifth annual Adventure Touring 4Day.

Experience magnificent twisty mountain roads, rocky creek beds, tracks and trails, country pubs, quirky cafe's and a few little challenges along the way.

Want to feel like a world traveller or a Dakar racer? this is the ride for you, it has everything you'd want in the best of the best for Big Bike Adventure Touring, and it's all on offer in our own back yard!

Registration includes:

  • All accomodation, Thusday to Monday nights.

  • All meals, (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) from Thursday to Monday nights.

  • AT4 Day Tee shirt.

  • Event sticker for your bike.

  • Finisher medal.

  • Sponsor prizes.

  • Off-route luggage transport between overnight accomodation.

  • Our highly experienced support crew, on-route 4WD support and recovery trailer.

And of course, premium quality RiderRoutes for your GPS or smart device, covering 4 days of pre-ridden trails.


All brands are welcomed on all of our rides.

Strictly limited numbers.

If a chosen option shows as sold out, contact DC on 0403 234 421, we pre-book with our hosts and there's usually always some extras reserved or overflow available.


Other expenses.

This year we have included all accomodation and all meals, these range from pubs, B&B and resorts. So all you need to do is arrive with your bike, an overnight bag for the luggage trailer and ride!

You pay for any additional personal expenses incl: other meals and fuel not otherwise listed in the event description.

All brands are welcomed on all of our rides.


Thu 24th Nov: Gloucester, Welcome dinner and rider information.

Fri 25th Nov (Day 1): Gloucester to Nundle.

Sat 26th Nov (Day 2): Nundle to Armidale.

Sun 27th Nov (Day 3): Armidale to Dorrigo.

Mon 28th Nov (Day 4): Dorrigo to Port Macquarie.

Expect around 1200 to 1500kms of magnificient Adventure riding, daily distances and detailed information will be included in your rider files.

**NOTE** One of the days you will need to have enough fuel for 283kms, if needed, you should carry a fuel bladder.


Here's some photos taken along the route from the MAP Bike and RoutePatrol.


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