We have been having a debate around our place about where do you draw the line between dualsport and trail/dirt. Dualsporting to most seems to be secondary roads such as gravel and one lane paved roads. I personally like unimproved roads or good trails/singletrack.I think any ole dirt road or primitive road falls into this catagory.But as the (sport) grows I hear alot of people talking about dualsporting as just traveling and camping.Now many of you have seen my post on riding and where I ride,and I consider that dual sporting.Kay on the other hand calls some of that trail riding.Dunno,how about your opinion.Where should we draw the line for definition.Gravel/maintained roads? Include unimproved roads? Or anything other than single track.Not that it makes any differance in the long run.It all will boil down to what you want to ride.Some people I ride with we look for the least traveled path or worst road we can find.Others just want to travel gravel,and then only when dry.It is,as a deciding factor riding within your ability.I always try to improve my ability by riding the rough stuff and,to me,that helps make you a better rider.Not everyone likes to get dirty.I myself do not like mud,but deal with it.Learning to ride in mud takes some practice and prepares you for anything you may run into,thus,imho,making you a better rider.My favorite riding here in the east are the unimproved/abandoned county roads.We are fortunate to still have tons of em.So,after this little ramble,what's your opinion of dualsporting? Where should we draw the line.