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2021 Racin' To The Basin Dirt Therapy Registration

2021 Racin' To The Basin Dirt Therapy Registration

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Club members, 

Racin' To The Basin route will take you from Cave Creek to Bloody Basin with an optional stop at the Rock Springs Cafe. (see below)

Read all the details and sign up below.

One registration covers everyone in your vehicle, each vehicle needs its own registration.  

  • This is to register for the April "Dirt Therapy" event. 

Event Details: 

This is an open run aka Dirt Therapy event. Complete it anytime during the month of April. Its a great way to meet other Raptor owners inside of our community. So be social, post inside our Closed Facebook Group what day you plan on running it and someone will almost always be ready to join you. Also post videos or photos of your run inside the group page too.  These type of open runs aka Dirt Therapy events are fun routes, self guided and work best in small numbers 2-8 trucks (never go alone). Trails are fully mapped and prerun your registration will include a complete Leadnav gpx file. Load the file on your device, choose route and tap "run". Its that easy.

April's Dirt Therapy route is approximately 87 miles start to finish. Racin' To The Basin was our first run ever in 2017 so its a tradition to run it each year. The area has gotten REALLY popular so be aware of traffic in blind corners. There are several great stops along the way, some marked on the map file others will be up to you as you explore the route. This is a family friendly route so make a day out of it.  Starts near Cave Creek, Arizona.  

  • Plan ahead, it'll be warm
  • 87-ish mile loop 
  • Plan for a 1/2 day 3-5 hours
  • Support a local restaurant, several will be listed on the map.
  • bring water and snacks
  • Go prepared, some areas don't have cell service
  • Family friendly event
Rocksprings Cafe option:
  • Great post run stop before heading home
  • Known for their homemade pies, burgers are good too
  • Its on the map


  • No night runs! Lots of rancher owned cattle in the area, they stand on the roads at night. You don't want to hit a cow! Your responsible by law to report it. 
  • Nearby ranches, slow down and be respectful
  • Small towns, obey the speed limits and be respectful
  • Drive within your means, this is NOT a race.
  • DO NOT drive in dust, space out to ensure good visuals
  • Be courteous to other drivers, bikers or anyone you encounter on the trails.
  • Take photos and have fun, Post and please tag us.
  • Follow route only, do NOT reverse course.
Whats Required?
  • Rear facing amber dust lights encouraged
  • A 50w+ Race radio tuned to FAIR 150.860
  • Suggest a backup handheld Race radio tuned to FAIR 150.860
  •  Required gear listed on our site
  • DO NOT drive in dust, space out to ensure good visuals
  • Need a medkit? We have some in-stock
  • A Good attitude and level head.
  • Cooler with ice water and snacks
  • Your truck needs to be fully serviced and run ready 
  • 100% NO DRINKING OR DRUGS ALLOWED! This goes for EVERYONE in your vehicle. We have a zero tolerance on this for everyones safety.
  • No smoking weed! Legal or not we don't care, DONT DRIVE IMPAIRED!
    Support the club, order a t-shirt and a membership. It helps keep our events free.

    You will receive your GPX file as a fulfillment link (like a tracking number) heres how to use it.
    Step 1 -copy/paste into your browser on your iPhone or iPad device.
    Step 2 -Choose export from the top right of your screen
    Step 3 -Select leadnav app (leadnav is available for $29 in the app store get it!
    Step 4 -use leadnav route to complete the run.

    Your participation is at your own risk, by completing a registration you are agreeing to all terms and conditions and agreeing to participation waivers. AZRR staff, volunteers or partners are not responsible or liable for any damages.