Hyder Seek
May 19-26, 2007 *


 


Hyder Seek Rides

If you've never been to a Hyder Seek event, you're missing out on one helluva good time. Ron knows how to throw a party and the Sealaska Inn knows how to host one. For more information on Hyder Seek, check out the Official 2007 Hyder Seek Webpage.

** NOTE: Lodging is limited in the Hyder, AK area. You may want to ensure you have a place to stay before committing to one of these rides **

Where we come in is offering you a few different and interesting ways to get there. In 2005 we offered the 48+ starting in 3 different regions of the US. In 2007 we are offering three different rides:

Ultimate Coast to Coast (to Coast)

The optimal time of year to hit Prudhoe Bay is the beginning of June. So why not start your UCC and pitstop in Hyder to see friends and have a good time?

Hyder to Hyder

This ride starts in the buzzing metropolis of Hyder, Arizona and ends in the thriving coastal megalopolis of Hyder, Alaska. With ~2500 miles to cover, riders will have two and a half days to complete the ride successfully.

Border to Border to Border From Hell

This one is the doozy. It's a new IBA ride and is a border to border to border from the furthest points possible. Riders will start in Edmundston, NB and then cross over to Madawaska, ME then go through Bangor, ME then to Brownsville, TX to cross the border into Mexico before heading to Vancouver, BC. Want a challenge? This is the ride for you.


Alaska In-State SS1000 - The Hard Way!

This one is also doozy. It's a IBA Saddle Sore 1000 with a twist. The ride starts in Prudhoe Bay, AK and ends in Homer, AK. You will have to traverse the Haul Road and a lot of two lane highways. This is going to be a fun, yet challenging ride.


 
  Ride Registration
  List of Participants
  Hyder to Hyder Details
  UCC Details
  B2B2BFH Details
 Alaska SS1000 - The Hard Way!
  Disclaimer & Waiver

The Motorcycle Tourer's Forum reserves the right to accept or reject a rider's request to participate in this ride.


Ride Philosophy

The Motorcycle Tourer's Forum's role in these rides is simply logistics. Riders are responsible for their ride and are encouraged to ride as individuals. A quote from an LDRider will be used as the philosophy: "Everyone gets tired at different times, or gets hungry or even has to pee at different times. It's YOUR ride and it really isn't much fun when you are sitting on the side of the road waiting for your riding partner who is taking a quick nap."


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