BBRC Fall Crawl OCT 26-28, 2012, The Cove, Gore, VA

Discussion in 'Trail Rides and Events' started by Skrewball, Jun 24, 2012.

  1. Skrewball

    Skrewball New Member

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    Mark your calendars! Bay to Blue Ridge Cruisers have set the date!

    Fall Crawl 2012 will be held on October 26-28, 2012.

    For the first time ever BBRC will conduct this landmark event at The Cove Campgrounds, in Gore, VA, just west of Winchester, VA off of Interstate 81.

    Come join us in celebrating our 9th offering of this colorful Fall gathering on the exclusive and scenic trails located in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

    The same features you've come to expect from BBRC including raffle, dinner, and prizes. More detail and on-line registration will follow...
     

  2. Skrewball

    Skrewball New Member

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    Minimum vehicle requirements

    The following are minimum vehicle requirements which, if not met, disqualify a vehicle from participating in the event:

    Vehicle Registration: Must be current(any vehicle that cannot be registered, is not required to have current registration)
    Liability Insurance Coverage: Must be current, and meet applicable governmental requirements.
    Service Brakes: Must be able to stall engine when idling in 2nd gear (1st gear if 3 speed) Parking Brake: Must be able to stall engine when idling in 3rd gear (2nd gear if 3 speed) Brake Lights: Must be functioning properly
    Tires: All tires, including spare, must have at least 2/32" of tread. Spare tire must be fully inflated. Air down to a maximum of 15 psi prior to safety inspection
    Roll Bar: Any open vehicle must have a roll bar firmly attached to the vehicle
    Seat Belts: Required for driver and each passenger
    Fire Extinguisher: Must show full charge on gauge and/or have seal intact
    First Aid Kit: Recommended to be as complete as is reasonably possible
    Antenna Length: Not longer than 54", unless both ends are firmly attached to the vehicle

    Evaluated items The following are evaluated items which, depending on severity and/or quantity of deficiencies, may disqualify a vehicle from participating in an event:
    Headlights
    Running Lights
    Turn Signals
    Windshield: No dangerous cracks
    Wipers
    Horn
    Exhaust System: Must be intact. No open exhaust, excessive noise or excessive smoke Steering: Check play in wheel, condition of column and mounting hardware, knuckle arms Hoses & Lines: Water, gas, brake lines (Please do not bring a vehicle with excessive leaks to an event. Such leaks can be damaging to the environment.)
    Vehicle Jack: Hi-Lift type recommended
    Tow Strap, Tow Rope and/or Chain
    Winch

    Items to consider

    The following are recommended items which TLCA encourages you to consider:
    CB Radio
    Tools
    Fan Belt, Radiator
    Water, Battery Cables
    Tire Gauge, Tire Pump, Tire Patch Kit
    Rags, Hand Cleaner, Litter Bags Axe, Shovel
    Flashlight, Spare Batteries, Spare Vehicle Key


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  3. woody

    woody eternal noobie Staff Member Media Partner

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    NUTS....the weekend prior to SEMA....hard to be on both coasts at once... ;)
     
  4. Skrewball

    Skrewball New Member

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    You don't wheel at SEMA........fly there, fly home, then drive to us!!
     
  5. woody

    woody eternal noobie Staff Member Media Partner

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    lol...true, but I wheel before and after :)
     
  6. Skrewball

    Skrewball New Member

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    Bring the wheelin outfit to fredericksburg and fly out from here, then fly back here and wheel!!
     
  7. woody

    woody eternal noobie Staff Member Media Partner

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    what I NEED are E coast and W coast rigs...

    and a pilot

    or a plane...or both...

    NEXT life I guess :)
     
  8. Skrewball

    Skrewball New Member

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    The Fall Crawl will have dinner on Sat. 27th catered by Mr. B's BBQ in White Post(near Winchester). The dinner will not include drinks. Make sure you bring your beverage of choice.

    Following dinner on Sat. night, there will be a raffle open to anyone attending the Fall Crawl. The raffles in years past have always been something to remember, so bring lots of cash for tickets!!


    Registration is $65 and will include:
    1 T-Shirt
    1 Meal Ticket
    1 Driver Raffle Ticket
    10 General Raffle Tickets

    Additional Shirts $15, Meal tickets (Adults $15, Kids $8), and General tickets $1 each, may also be purchased when registering.


    All fees associated with Wheeling and Camping will be paid directly to The Cove. The BBRC is not responsible for paying The Cove for any day use or camping fees.

    The Cove Fees:

    Driver $25 per day
    Passenger $15 per day
    Camping $15 per person per day
     
  9. Skrewball

    Skrewball New Member

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    Registration is finally ready!!!

    All registrations must be received by 10/12/12
    If you want to pay with Paypal follow these steps:
    1. Click here to download the registration>>Closed Form
    2. Click here to login to Paypal>>Closed
    3. Make a payment to for the total enclosed. Put the information from the registration form in the "Message" section of the payment.

    If you want to pay with check follow these steps:
    1. Click here to download the registration>>Closed Form
    2. Fill out the Registration Form and mail to: Bay to Blue Ridge Cruisers,
    3. Post in the thread where you read this that the "Check is in the Mail!!"

    All registrations must be received by 10/12/12
    Do NOT pay for land use or camping now. This is only for the registration fees to BBRC.
     
  10. Skrewball

    Skrewball New Member

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    We will be capping the event at 100 registered rigs so don't hesitate to register!


    Each Registered driver will receive a Drivers raffle ticket. You cannot buy a drivers raffle ticket, so at the most, there will only be 100 tickets.


    That being said, all registered drivers will have a 1 in 100 chance at winning a Miller 140 Auto-Set welder and Hood



    Miller advert..jpg
     
  11. woody

    woody eternal noobie Staff Member Media Partner

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    ooohhh...NICE!!

    This is a fun event with a fun bunch...STILL bummed my schedule doesn't work!
     

  12. Samthin

    Samthin New Member

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    What is your thought about headlights based on LED technology?
     
  13. Skrewball

    Skrewball New Member

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    any light that faces forward to illuminate the trail so the rig may safely navigate.....whew!! pulled that from my arse....no worries on the led lights as headlights.


    the guidelines posted are generalized. just make sure your rig is safe and you have a fire extinguiser and first aid kit.

    alot of "buggies" will be attending the event.
     
  14. Skrewball

    Skrewball New Member

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    Thursday 25th

    Arrive any time after 3:00

    Friday 26th

    8:00- Guides get organized
    8:30- Tech inspections
    9:00- Drivers meeting
    9:30- Get into groups and Hit the Trail!
    Lunch- Be sure to bring your lunch on the trail in the morning when you depart.
    7:00- Raffle tickets for sale.
    8:00- Bonfire.

    Saturday 27th

    8:00- Guides get organized
    8:30- Tech inspections
    9:00- Drivers meeting
    9:30- Get into groups and Hit the Trail!
    Lunch- Be sure to bring your lunch on the trail in the morning when you depart.
    5:00- Dinner Catered by Mr. B's BBQ, Raffle tickets for sale.
    7:00- Raffle.
    9:00- Bonfire.

    Sunday 28th

    Depart by Noon.


    General raffle tickets are $1 per ticket. There is no limit on tickets purchased.

    Food will be Catered and Served by Mr. B's BBQ. Bring your chairs and tables to ensure your comfort. There won't be any tables or chairs provided. Bring your beverage of choice, Mr. B's will only be providing tea and lemonade.
     
  15. matzell

    matzell New Member

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    Registrations are rolling in. This should be another great event. 30 days to go!
     
  16. Skrewball

    Skrewball New Member

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    Don't hesitate to register!!

    We will not be able to accept registrations after Oct. 12th.

    If we reach our cap of 100 rigs before Oct. 12th, we will end registration early. If we don't reach our cap by Oct. 12, we will still end registration. So, even better odds at winning a welder!!

    The registrations are coming in at an increasing rate! We had 8 register this weekend alone!

    Due to our club size we will not be able to increase our cap of 100 rigs, even if it fills up before Oct. 12th.

    The Fall Crawl is shaping up to be a real good time!! Our list of sponsors is growing by the day!!
     
  17. Skrewball

    Skrewball New Member

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    This is what the shirts will look like.

    Remember, you get one of these shirts when you register!!
    logo_shirt_back_1.jpg
     
  18. Skrewball

    Skrewball New Member

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    If you aren't registered by the end of Fri Oct 12th, then you will not be allowed past the main office of the campground.

    The Cove is off limits to wheelin unless you are registered for our event, so don't wait!

    Passengers/Campers not driving will not have to be on the list, but if you haven't paid for a meal, there will not be extra food. Again, don't wait!
     

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