(last update 2/14/2021)

60 Hour Rally: $350 for single rider/$400 for two-up

(average rider will complete between 2,000 to 3,000 miles)

This will include the cost of rally party (open bar), a shirt, and some swag. 
For the newer riders, this also includes admittance to the Labor Day Weekend rally 

The starting location will in the Waco area, the finish will be in Dallas.

1 April 2021 - Registration opens at midnight. We're using RideMaster to manage registration again.​
(Thanks, Jason!)

1 August 2021 - Last day for registration, unless we have to close it earlier because we've maxed out the number of riders (75 total).

4 September 2021 - For the newer riders who've signed up with us and interested in getting a greater understanding along with some practical experience, we offer a one-day rally instructional clinic. The day starts off with some general information, followed by a four-hour practice rally, ending with a scoring and a general discussion. 

8 October 2021 - Riders receive the digital file of bonus locations via email.

14 October 2021 [6 am] - Following a short exhortation at 5:30am, the rally begins promptly at 6 am.

16 October 2021 [6 pm] - The rally ends in Dallas. The specific information will be given out to the riders after their registration.

If any of this is unclear, please feel free to email for clarification:

The rules, as simple as we can make ‘em:

1 - You are required to wear DOT-approved helmet, gloves, and boots for the entire time you’re riding in our event.

2 - Your motorcycle should be in good working order and dependable.

3 - You will be required to carry liability insurance in the amounts $100k per person/ $300k per accident, and you will have to show proof of that on the morning that the ride begins.

4 - A maximum of 11.5 gallons of fuel, and the riders will not be allowed to tote along gas cans.

5 - Each rider must ride his/her motorcycle for the duration of the rally, ie., no other operator will be allowed.

6 - A signed release must be turned in for every participant before the start of the rally.

W. Boyter