Meet at hallelujah junction at 6 am
This will be a three day 12 hour ride.
We will stay so far I am working on the hotel for Eugene, OR to stay overnight going up then stay in hotel in Anacortes, WA then one night on the way back in Eugene, OR. Then back home
1st day: Friday 10/21/2018
6am have breakfast Reno everyone meet up
7am Start ride to Portland, for overnight stay (see link for map) This also has fuel points along the way, for those who only get 120 miles per tank like me.
4 to 5 pm in hotel. Eugene OR
2nd day: Saturday 10/22/2018
9 am breakfast, will leave up to group.
10 am start ride to Anacortes WA
2 to 3 pm arrive in Anacortes at Hotel. (will be announced at later date)
3rd day: Sunday 10/23/2018
8 am Breakfast (up to group)
9 am till 6 pm Enjoy Oyster Run
6 pm leave, ride back to Portland OR. Hotel (Dinner along way)
10 to 11 pm Arrive Hotel
4th day: Monday 10/24/2018
7 am breakfast ( up to group)
8 am leave for Reno
6 to 7 pm arrive Home.
This is based on Google maps and distance. Adjustments will be made during the year.
Fuel around $170 round trip
Lodging around $220
Food and drinks around $60 to $100
I would have to say that $500 would be a good call
I will get the hotel in advance, so I will have the riders who signs up will need to pay hotel to my by August of 2018
There can be sharing of the rooms for single riders to double up,(cheaper that way) or you can have the room all to your self.
I will have the cost locked in on the hotel by June.
2018 Flyer will be out aprox. 9-1-18
Vendors are set up and ready to go from 9am-5pm
We have a few thing happening on 5th St.11am - Cossacks Drill Team12pm - Dirt Bike Safety Training Mini Demonstration1pm - Cossacks Drill Team2pm - Whidbey Island Roller Girls Mini Bout On 7th Ave - 1pm- 4pm Live music with The Garth Reeves Band (with several members of the Official Oyster Run band The Unfaithful Servants, who have been playing at the Oyster Run for the last 12 years)
This is a free event. No official starting point. No time schedule. No required route.
Pick your own route and support our Biker Friendly (http://oysterruninc.org/biker-friendly-supporters) , Sponsors (http://oysterruninc.org/sponsors) and Supporters (http://oysterruninc.org/supporters) along the way There, Back or Year Round!
We don't care what you ride. We don't care if you drive, walk, crawl, sail or swim.
Everyone is Welcome!
RIDE AT YOUR OWN RISK, PLEASE RIDE, RESPONSIBLY AND RESPECTFULLY!
Sometimes we forget that there are folks out there who have never experienced the Oyster Run and they are not sure how it all works.
Due to the sheer number of motorcyclists that attend the Oyster Run, we were forced to abandon any kind of scheduled route many years ago!
How it works: Schedule your own route, pick a few "Biker Friendly" places along the way there, back or year round. For a full list go to Biker Friendly (http://oysterruninc.org/biker-friendly-supporters), Sponsors (http://oysterruninc.org/sponsors) and Supporters (http://oysterruninc.org/supporters).
End up in Beautiful Downtown Anacortes!
Get there early as the place get's incredibly packed!
Depending on the weather, estimates have been anywhere from 10,000 to 20,000 motorcycles in past years.
Although there are no organized events until Sunday, a lot of folks come to stay in the area early and make a week end out of it. So make your plans early! Go to our Biker Friendly (http://oysterruninc.org/biker-friendly-supporters), Sponsor (http://oysterruninc.org/sponsors) and Supporter (http://oysterruninc.org/supporters) pages for lodging, eating and shopping ideas.
Also don't forget to to show your support to those who support the Oyster Run year round! Without whom the Oyster Run would not be possible!