Over Labor Day weekend in Durango, Colorado, the annual Four Corners Motorcycle Rally 2020 rolled on but with many challenges and changes. 

“This year we focused on riding motorcycles in the great outdoors,” said John Oakes, Four Corners Motorcycle Rally event producer. “We had to make changes – but it happened!”

Trevor Bird, Oakes’ partner in the Four Corners Motorcycle Rally and owner of Durango Harley-Davidson stated, “People from all over the country came and were in the best spirits, grateful to have an opportunity to get out and ride.”   

Hooligan Dirt Dash races were held at the Fairgrounds but under limited capacity and social distance.

“We went out of our way and it paid off.”

— Trevor Bird

For motorcycle riders, the event is a way to get to see their friends from across the country; this year was no different in that sense.

V-Twin Visionary hosted a bike show at Durango Harley-Davidson while guests got to drink some cold 805 Beers at the local saloon.

A poker run to benefit veterans’ charities gave riders an incentive to check out the amazing Colorado scenery and enjoy the curves the land has to offer.

People were able to ride the Million Dollar Highway and through beautiful southwest Colorado.

— John Oakes, Four Corners Motorcycle Rally

All in all, even with all the struggles that came with the year it turned out to be an amazing event that was enjoyed by everyone that attended.

Read more about the Rally in the Durango Herald article.

We can’t wait for next years event in Durango, Colorado on Friday, September 3 – Sunday, September 2021.