ADV Tour to Sequoia & Yosemite August 2024

Featuredthu22aug(aug 22)8:00 amsun25(aug 25)9:00 pmADV Tour to Sequoia & Yosemite August 20244 days of riding thru Sequoia and Yosemite

Event Details

If you are passionate about traveling long distances on a motorcycle and you enjoy the company of your DROC family, this is your chance to be part of an adventurous multi-day ride and bring home memories that will last a lifetime!

August 22-25, 2024 – 4 days

This trip is designed for intermediate/advanced riders only; be prepared to ride between 300 and 400 miles daily, in any weather condition. You’ll need to have proper gear and equipment. AAA coverage over 100+ miles is strongly suggested.

Please note that RSVP to this event adds you to a waiting list – you’ll be contacted privately to confirm availability and details.

This Sequoia & Yosemite Trip is a 4-day full immersion riding experience among the most beautiful sceneries and jaw-dropping places in California, designed by our Staff for touring/adventure bikes only, to cater to those of you who have seen or have always aspired to see the world on a beautiful motorcycle while riding in a group. We will ride alongside Sequoia National Forest, Route 120, Route 395, Sonora Junction, and visit El Capitan, just to name a few of these iconic places.

Route preview – more details will be shared with confirmed riders.

Tour Plan

  • Day 1 – August 22:  Newport Beach to Mariposa (420 miles). Peek into Sequoia park.
  • Day 2 – August 23: Mariposa to Mammoth Lake via 120 and back to Mariposa (<300 miles). Yosemite
  • Day 3 – August 24: Mariposa to Sonora Junction and back to Mariposa (<300 miles)
  • Day 4 – August 25: Mariposa to Newport Beach (420 miles)

Get ready for the ride

  • Proper Riding Jacket
  • Proper Riding Pants
  • Proper Riding Gloves
  • Proper Riding Boots
  • Leathers or ADV touring options are required
  • Clear visor for night driving


We will provide a list of preselected options (hotels and Airbnb) in the beautiful city of Mariposa, CA, which will be used as the main hub of the tour. You will have to book and pay for it on your own.

Ground Rules

We would like to remind everyone, that each rider SHOULD and MUST ride within their limits. If the group goes at a speed you don’t feel comfortable with, you should not attempt to keep up.

You are encouraged to go at your own pace and the sweeper will be with you always. The group will always stop at important points for everyone to regroup.

Please, don’t feel ever like you are holding the group. We ride to enjoy our motorcycles, among friends and we want you to be safe.

  • Safety meeting mandatory before the ride
  • Adhere to indications given during the safety meeting
  • No passing on the right side of the road
  • Ride your own Ride; don’t push beyond your comfort zone

Tips to ride in a group

Please take some time to watch these videos: they provide tips on how to ride in a group.

We will continue to work on enjoying our rides courteously and safely.

Know your hand signals

Download a printable version on the DROC website at


By participating in these events you hereby agree to assume all risks and liability related to or resulting from this group function without regard to negligence. You agree that neither you nor any third party will hold the group’s Host, Organizer, or any of the group’s Assistants or Co-Organizers liable for any injury, loss, or damage to your own person or property arising directly or as a consequence of a group activity. You also agree that your membership and/or participation in this group is based on an “at-will” basis. A general safety meeting will be held prior to the departure of rides and all riders must be present to attend.

Please have an ‘in case of emergency ’ (“ICE”) contact number programmed in your phone (instructions for iPhone at and Android at and/or placed on your bike.


August 22, 2024 8:00 am - August 25, 2024 9:00 pm(GMT-07:00)


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