Here's a few interesting things about the dual sport, and about SE Ohio. First, the way that you navigate these things is with a "roll chart". You can see it on the bottom left. It's essentially a receipt width piece of paper with all the turns listed on it by mileage. You roll it up as you make the turns. Some events let you run a GPS also, bottom right. This is useful for always knowing where you are at any given time, among other things. On the top center of the picture you can see an orange arrow, which is the other way to navigate. Each turn is marked with arrows, so it's possible to follow just the arrows and forgo any other means of navigation. However, this means you have to trust that the arrows will all be there. A favorite game of people near this route is to rip down arrows, so it's not 100% to rely strictly on them. Finally, this shot shows an interesting SE Ohio and West Virginia feature: roads that run through creeks. I don't mean roads crossing creeks at a 'ford', I mean the roads sometimes run in the creekbed for some distance. Most of these creeks are solid rock bottom and actually make a very effective, if not wet, road.