Waverly to Denver, out & back featuring a 21-mile all-trail route with stops in Killdeer and Denver. NEW IN 2017: optional Readlyn loop!
It’s a Poker Ride!
Jump on your bike and visit all five checkpoints, drawing a playing card at each one. The best poker hand at the end of the ride wins!
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. REGISTER IN PERSON AT THE DIRTY DOG FROM 8:30 – 9:00AM ON SATURDAY, JULY 22, 2017.
Saturday, July 22, 2017
8:30 AM: Registration
9 AM – Noon: Poker Ride
Noon: Prizes will be awarded based on best poker hand! All riders must be back at the Dirty Dog to be eligible to win the grand prize.
Starts and ends at The Dirty Dog American Bar & Grill
1016 W Bremer Ave, Waverly, IA
ROUTE PRIZES & PERKS:
~ 21 miles of fun: Waverly to Denver and back
~ NEW IN 2017: Optional Readlyn loop for the overachievers
~ Willson Aid Station & Grill
~ Challenge Games at every stop
~ Poker Hand Awards
~ $20 pre-registration / $30 day of event
~ GRAND PRIZE: BRAND NEW CUSTOMIZED EUROPA BICYCLE
~ Door and more prizes: calendars, jerseys, t-shirts and much, much more!
NOT A BIKER? That’s OK:
Buy a poker hand, $10 per card and join the fun!
What’s a poker run?
Jump on your bicycles and visit all five checkpoints, drawing a playing card at each one. The object is to have the best poker hand at the end of the run.
What’s the route?
Waverly to Denver, out and back: 21 miles along the trail. There is also an optional self-supported Readlyn loop for the ambitious cyclist.
Wait, 21 miles sounds far – I don’t know if I can ride that far!
You don’t have to! With 5 party stops along the way, you’ll never ride more than 8 miles without a stopping point!
What about the 5K and Bags?
We switching things up this year – no bags or 5K. Join us on your bicycle instead!
Should I bring my kids?
Absolutely! The stops include bars that are 21+, but there is plenty of fun along the way for cyclists of all ages!
What’s included in my $20 registration?
Join the route, get a card at each stop, and get a chance to win some incredible prizes! Plus, the more you drink, the more you help!
Wait…the more I drink, the more I help? How does that work?
That’s right – every bar on the route has committed to donating $1 per drink to Self-Help International – that means that each drink you order will bring clean water to one more person in need!