What exactly is a RAM Rally?

A RAM Rally is a waypoint scramble geared toward adventure motorcycle and dual sport riders of all skill levels.

  • Instead of a planned route, riders "Choose their own adventure" by self-navigating among many destination GPS markers, usually around 500.
  • The goal is to visit as many GPS markers as possible in a set amount of time.
  • Teams sizes generally range from 2 to 5 people and one person per team is designated as the official tracker.
  • RAM stands for ROGAINING ADVENTURE MOTO, which is a form of motorcycle orienteering, similar to rogaining, which is generally done on foot.
  • The self paced and self-guided nature of these rallies make them ideal for new riders, while still challenging experienced riders as harder to reach markers are generally awarded more points.

Videos from Recent Rallies

We asked AI: Compare a RAM Rally to other team sports.

Here is what it came up with:

Soccer | Cricket | Basketball | Tennis | Field Hockey | Volleyball | Table Tennis | Rugby | Golf | Football

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