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The event area is on Private Property and will not be available for camping either before or after the event. Please refer to California BLM rules and regulations for camping in the designated OHV Areas. California Recreation Activities | Bureau of Land Management (blm.gov)
We will do our best to accommodate as many riders as possible, however, there is no guarantee we can accommodate you in another slot.
As a Non-Profit 501(c)(3) organization, all funds for this event are considered donations and therefore are eligible for a write-off. We recommend that you consult with your tax professional.
Operators 18 years of age and older: You are not required to have an ATV Safety Certificate, but for the safety of the rider, it is recommended. Operators ages 14-17: You must possess an ATV Safety Certificate or be supervised by an adult with an ATV Safety Certificate. Ages 13 and under: You must
We are abiding by all state laws. We encourage you to bring out your Legal OHV and participate in our Poker Run. All State laws regarding safety equipment (helmets, gloves, etc) will be enforced while participating in this event. OHMVR Frequently Asked Questions (ca.gov)
Wear clothes you don’t mind getting muddy in. The poker run will still happen if it rains, and we will take extra time at the end of the event to fix any ruts that may have developed.
A poker run is an organized event in which participants, using in our case Off-road or all-terrain vehicles, must visit five checkpoints, drawing a playing card at each one. The object is to have the best poker hand at the end of the run.
BICYCLE, HANDCYCLE, ETC. • Helmets are required to be worn by ALL riders at ANY time they are riding. • A reliable, well-maintained, quality cycle. • E-Bike users are responsible for charging their own cycles and/or bringing extra batteries. NOTE: There are no electrical outlets at Diaz Lake and support vehicles will NOT be
FUNDRAISING 101 Some riders say the pedaling is the hardest part, while others claim it’s more difficult to ask for money, though many have raised the required entry pledges several times over! The following are some tried and true strategies that have been employed by past participants. Obviously, not every rider will use