Run for the Cards
Motorcycle Poker Run
August 20, 11 AM
Check in at Lulu's inN, Watkins
Beginning at Lulu’s Restaurant in Watkins, with stops at Woody’s Wings in Bennett, Corona’s Mexican Grill in Strasburg, Rookies in Strasburg, Maverick Mercantile in Byers on to the Elks Lodge in Deer Trail and ending at May Farms with concerts, food, and drink.
KickstandS Up: 11:00 AM
Drinks & food trucks At
Motorcycle Card Stops at the 1st Annual Ride to the Plains – . It will be held on Saturday, August 20, 11:00 AM beginning at Lulu’s Restaurant in Watkins, with stops at Woody’s Wings in Bennett, Corona’s Mexican Grill in Strasburg, Rookies in Strasburg, Maverick Mercantile in Byers on to the Elks Lodge in Deer Trail and ending at May Farms with concerts, food, and drink.
Extra cards may be purchased at registration or on line prior to registration and limited to 3. All Cards must be turned in by 4:30 pm, winners announced at 6:30 pm.
This event is sponsored by the Unincorporated Arapahoe County Economic Development group, the Bennett Arts Council, and the I-70 Corridor Chamber of Commerce. There will also be prizes for the best Poker hand and other prizes. All cards must be turned in at May Farms, Byers, beginning at 2:00 PM.
The businesses will be responsible to give out a poker card when presented with a paid entry form. A list of cards used for poker will be purchased by the motorcyclist either online on the I-70 Corridor Chamber of Commerce (i70ccoc.com) or at Lulu’s before the start of the run.
Registration for current Chamber Members is $20 for the motorcyclist and $10 for any companion to register.
Non Member registration is $25 and $15 if registering before 8/8/22, after August registration will be $20 and $20 for guest. Registration is on-line.
Additional Cards May be purchased at the beginning of the ride for $20 each, at Lulu's.
The stops on the run will be a fun spot or just a pick and go spot!! Businesses may want to set up games (corn hole, darts, bean bag throw, etc.) to let the Motorcyclists choose their card. Or you can have brochures, flyers, etc., on events that will go on at your place of business for the rest of the year!! One spot is setting up a vendor fair! What you want to convey is up to you!! We only request nothing dangerous (it would be your insurance).