2014 Mason Dixon 20-20 Endurance Rally

The content below was collected by Micki Denton from prior posts on Facebook by Steve Diederich. Steve has not reviewed or approved these posts. The experiences described in these posts were Steve’s at the time he took the ride. Each rider’s experience is unique. These posts do not describe what is usual or likely for the ride described.

Mason Dixon 20-20 Endurance Rally

Founded in spring of 2000, the Mason Dixon 20-20 Endurance Rally is the premier rally of the Mid Atlantic region. Eligible rally finishers may earn their Iron Butt Association membership if desired.

Whether you are a complete novice to the endurance riding community or a grizzled three digit holder, you will find the Mason Dixon 20-20 a challenge to your ability to balance time, points and miles, all while riding on some of the finest motorcycling roads in the nation.

The Ride

October 21, 2013 – Steve Diederich to Mason Dixon 20-20 – Maybe I’ll finally get to see a “crownstone” boundary monument on the Mason–Dixon line. Been one of my odd bucket list items.

January 12, 2014 – “You have successfully registered for the Mason Dixon 20-20 ride.” – I am going to be enjoying riding Too Much this Summer. 🙂   www.masondixon20-20.org

May 25, 2014 – in Martinsburg, West Virginia – The ‘festivities’ for the Mason Dixon 20-20 Rally (motorcycle scavenger hunt) just wrapped up. I placed 8th out of 41 Riders. The rally is 32-hours long; I rode 1,218 miles; Hit 30 bonus locations (scored 6615); Got way less than 3-hours sleep in the mandatory rest bonus; Saw some REALLY beautiful sites, countrysides, bridges, roadways; and, Am happy with the whole weekend. Best thing: The Weather could Not have been any better. 🙂

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