The elements of earth, wind & fire have been at constant play in Arizona for millions of years, conspiring to carve out the canyons, create the mountain ranges, and seed the forests which serve as the backdrop to the 6DAZE Earth, Wind & Fire Dual Sport Tour. The tour is a six-day, 600+ mile dirt bike ride across Arizona’s high country which showcases some of the state’s most heralded natural wonders. Arizona’s High Country extends from the Kaibab Plateau along the Utah border, then cuts diagonally across the state atop the Colorado Plateau where it converges with the Mogollon Rim in Central Arizona, and continues eastward across the White Mountains to the New Mexico border. Elevations along this wild and scenic corridor range from 5,000’ to over 9,000 feet, making for ideal summer riding conditions. In addition to offering some of the finest dual sport riding on the planet, the Earth, Wind & Fire Dual Sport Tour is packed with opportunities to appreciate the effects of these elements on Arizona’s landscape, its history, and its people.
The summer riding season is constrained by rigidly-enforced, seasonal road closures. Please do not attempt to ride this tour outside of the dates prescribed above. Pre-orders are being accepted now, but the actual tour materials will not ship out until our grossly-underpaid and mercilessly-overworked 6DAZE sherpas complete a pre-season, pre-run to ensure that all roads are open. While you’re waiting for those materials to arrive, check out the links below to gain a better appreciation for how the elements of “Earth, Wind & Fire" have shaped Arizona’s unique landscape:
Before placing your order online, you’ll be asked to agree to a Waiver of Liability acknowledging that undertaking a 6DAZE Dual Sport Tour is an inherently risky activity that shouldn’t be undertaken alone, or with unreliable equipment, or with inadequate skills. You’ll also be acknowledging your proficiency at operating your GPS unit of choice, and that the GPS tracks and Rider Packet purchased through the 6DAZE website accurately reflected conditions on the ground (road closures, passability, etc.) at the time of production.