Dual Sport Route at OAOMX 2019

Over And Out Moto-X once again brings together all kinds of female off-road riders! If you ride a street-legal dual sport, adventure bike or a scrambler with on-road/off-road tires, come camp and have fun with us at OAOMX, and ride our local dual sport route. It’s all less than 1 hour from NYC and Philly!

We’ve partnered with the Del Val Trail Riders to give you a fun route. Read all about it, join our community on the REVER app, and get a FREE month of PRO membership on REVER so you get all the best, easiest route-guiding options. C’mon ladies, new adventures await!



The route is 66 miles total length, approximately 2 hours ride time, but there are so many great stops in the area, you could be out for a 4-6 hour day EASY!

Depart from our event space in bucolic Stockton, NJ and take the route along a mix of dirt and gravel roads, some primitive road, a couple shallow water crossings, but also stretches of pavement that let you open up the bike a bit as you cruise along the Delaware River.


You’ll pass through all the cutest Delaware River Towns along the NJ/PA border including Frenchtown, Milford, Upper Black Eddy, Tinicum, Lumberville, New Hope, Lambertville and Stockton. Check out these great local spots…



Stop in here to see the vintage planes, grab a bite, or take a ride in a bi-plane or glider! Walk-ins are welcome, and if you tell them you’re a female biker with OAO you’ll get 10% off a plane ride! Learn more at vansantairport.com.



Calling all science nerds! Ringing Rocks is not only a great place to hike and explore, it’s famous for its glacial formations of lithophonic rocks - they ring out like a bell when struck by a hammer!

Glacial formations like this are still a bit of a science mystery but they’re also just fun to bang on. So whether you’re a geology buff, or you just have a lot of anger you’d like to get out, bring a small hammer and go on a rock-hitting trek through the park. It’s pretty cool!

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There are so many good places to grab a bite while you’re out on the road, notably:

New Hope


We want to encourage more ladies to get out there and guide themselves using GPS or other guidance tools, because this can open up a whole new world of riding adventures for you!

We’re making this route available using the REVER App, and giving you a code for a FREE month of their PRO membership. The PRO membership allows you to take the map offline, get turn-by-turn and voice navigation, and import/export GPX files, so it’s worth using it for our event at the very least!

Snag it now and get ready to ride at OAOMX! It’s easy as 1-2-3.

  1. Sign up for REVER here.

  2. Sign up for a PRO Membership, monthly, and use code BuHPVTv2 to get a month FREE.

  3. Download the REVER app to your phone, connect to the Over And Out Moto Community page to access the route!

Stay tuned because we will be posting another easy-to-follow post to help you!

A few members of the DVTR club will be swinging by the event on Saturday 10/5 for anyone who would like to join them to ride the route. <3

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  1. Make sure you have a sturdy phone mount. This is the one I use.

  2. Bring along a backup phone battery just in case!

  3. You might want to bring along a spare pair of socks for after the water crossings. :)

Now get out there and have some fun!!!