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Annual Motorcycle Poker Run 2019 @ Rush Creekside Inn
Aug 25 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Tops OFF Tongues OUT 2019 @ 12 Gates Brewing Company
Aug 25 @ 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Take your Jeep tops off and let your dogs’ tongues hang out!! Come on out and join the Jeep Wrangler Club of WNY at 12 Gates Brewing Company while we host a cruise for a cause – Open Arms Rescue!!

100% of ALL money raised will be donated to Open Arms Rescue on site!! Even better- Open Arms Rescue will be on site with puppies and dogs doing ON-SITE adoptions and to accept and cash donations!!

Type R vs The World @ NYST - New York Safety Track
Sep 6 @ 7:00 am – 5:00 pm

– dot approved helmet a must
– passengers are allowed
– must go through tech inspection Starts 730am
– looking to inquire on being a vendor email us at

To lock in your vehicles spot Early click the ticket link below. send $275 with your full name car make and model . If you don’t have pay pal email us and we can send you an invoice to pay via card. After August 20 cost will be as seen on flyer $300.

Spectators will pay at the gate $10

Stuck in the Muck #7 (2019) @ Adirondack International Speedway
Sep 6 @ 8:00 am – Sep 8 @ 5:00 pm

Event #7
September 6-8, 2019


Adirondack International Speedway
8403 Artz Rd
New Bremen, NY


All events subject to change

-Open play mud pits (trucks and atv) 10am-dusk
-Open riding trails (trucks and atv) 10am-dusk
-Mega freestyle area 4pm-6pm
-Burnout/drift competition 6pm
-Street and mega truck tug-o-war dry pad 7pm

-Open play mud pits (trucks and atv) 9am-dusk
-Open riding trails (trucks and atv) 9am-midnight
-Mega swamp bog open 9am-dusk
-Mega truck racing
-Mega Truck Tug-o-war wet pad 7pm
-Band 9pm

-Open play mud pits (atvs only) 10am-4pm
-Open riding trails (atvs only) 10am-4pm


Kids 15 and under: free

Participants: per person
(Includes camping, pit pass for all events and open play areas)
Fri-Sun: $60
Sat-Sun: $40
Sun: $20

Camping available on a first come first serve basis. No power or water hook ups. Septic dump is available.

Restrooms and showers are available for campers for free.

All competitions will have a cash payout in all classes.

Mega and tough truck Racing:
Info coming soon!

Mud drag racing will consist of many classes from stock to modified.


Dry Pad
Friday night:
1/2 ton
3/4 and 1 ton

Flooded Pad
Saturday night:
1/2-1 tons
2 1/2 ton
5 ton

Must have one piece hitch
30′ strap attached
Must pull 15′ over line
Best 2/3 attempt
Once you are eliminated you are done.

SAFETY DETAILS for the weekend are……

NO pets
NO littering, use the trash cans
NO speeding on roadways.
NO loud noise after 12 am
NO motors in campgrounds after 12 am, trail use is ok.
NO entering mud pits after dark
NO kids dirt bikes or pit bikes

Absolutely NO Hot Rodding, Donuts, or Speeding in the camping areas, or you will be removed from the premises.

We need to be safe and respectful to others.

Quads, SXS, and UTVs are allowed

Everyone please wear your helmets and seat-belts!

EVERYONE and EVERYTHING needs to be gone by end of event on Sunday. Gates will be LOCKED at 9pm on Sunday.

Everyone have a fun and safe weekend!

Coolers welcome. Vendors on site. These events are open to all 4wd vehicles, stock, modified, or extreme and all ATV and UTV’s. Golf carts are welcome also to get around our huge facility. Racing and mud bog events have their own entry fees and buy in.

Lake Alice Mud Bogs Mud Run 2019 @ Lake Alice Mud Bogs
Sep 7 @ 10:00 am
19th Annual Food Bank of WNY Motorcycle Run & Rally 2019 @ Newell - Faulkner American Legion Post 880
Sep 14 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

It’s time to polish those pipes, strap on those helmets and ride for the cause! This is an ALL HANDS ON DECK FOR ALL THE WNY BIKERS & CAR CRUISERS!

This year the bike run will start AND end at Faulkner American Legion Post 880 of Eden, NY. RAIN or SHINE!

Not riding? Bring your bike, car, truck or whatever! Everyone is invited! It will be an ALL DAY PARTY with LIVE MUSIC and Deejay “Rainman” Mark Ferguson!

Your bike could win the coveted Hard Tales Magazine Radical Award or Cyberspokes Choice Trophy!
Dice Run, Car Cruise-In, Live music, Vendors, basket raffles, Pin-Up Girls, FUNdraising, run prizes, awards, contests, food, drink and more!

Registration & Breakfast is 8am. Kickstands up at 11am! Event goes 8am to 5pm.

We are now accepting 2019 volunteers, corporate sponsors, raffle prize donations and vendors.

For vendor inquiries please contact Kathy Kennerly at 716-572-7826 or

For all other inquiries contact Kevin Matteson at 716-673-5651 or

3rd Annual Catskill Conquest Rally 2019 @ Catskill Interpretive Center
Sep 21 all-day

-The start of the Catskill Conquest Rally will be at the Maurice D. Hinchey Catskill Interpretive Center, 5096 NY-28, Mt Tremper, NY 12457 from 9-10 am, and ends at the Unadilla House in Unadilla on State Route 7, Main Street.

Unadilla is between Oneonta and Binghamton with I-88 having exits nearby. The distance along the route is 75 miles.

-Entrants will be asked to sign a liability release and all cars must be street legal and insured. Hagerty Insurance has offered free roadside and flatbed towing coverage for all entrants.

-Much of the route is state highway with a 55 mph speed limit. It includes hills and curves as it crosses the Catskill Mountains with four rises over 2000 feet elevation. There is a hill function on our map of the here, it shows the more and less challenging areas of the route.

-Limited trailer parking is available at the Catskill Visitor Center on Rt 28 in Mt Tremper; McIntosh Auction Service and Wayman’s Automotive, both on Rt 28 in Margaretville; at Delaware County Historical Association on Rt 10 in Delhi and in Unadilla.

Inquire if you need to find trailer parking.

-There are three historic railroad organizations on our route. The Empire State Railroad Museum in Phoenicia, the Delaware & Ulster Railroad ride in Arkville, and the Franklin Railroad and Community Museum in Franklin.

-There are many accommodation options and we hope you stay overnight and take the time to enjoy our region. From Andes to either end of the route is about an hour’s drive. Sunday feels quieter and a good time to visit the Ashokan Reservoir promenade and enjoy our many hamlets. Phoenicia and Andes have been given accolades in national media in particular. All our communities have their charms and historic properties and take you back to the era of 1903 in many ways!

Bc4W Fall Play Day 2019 @ Back Country 4 Wheelers Inc.
Sep 28 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Tire Rack Street Survival – Rome NY (2019) @ Griffiss Business and Technology Park
Oct 6 @ 8:30 am – 4:00 pm

Real world. Hands on.
When your teen driver attends a Street Survival school, we teach them to control your car in unpredictable situations based on its handling limits. They master the application of driving physics using their car. They learn how to make good driving decisions and react more quickly. They become more aware and learn how to begin anticipating the actions of other drivers. The Tire Rack Street Survival school is designed to equip your child with valuable driving skills that will help keep them safe on the road. You are encouraged to spend the day with your student. You will be able to attend the classroom portion while instructors are teaching the students. The instructors will be available throughout the day to answer questions you might have about the course events your son or daughter are going through. The course is $95.
The day is a mixture of classroom and in-car exercises. They spend a total of about two hours in three different classroom sessions. The rest of the time is spent in their car with a coach. When driving, the student is put though a collection of exercises based on real world scenarios while driving their own car. They work on skid control on a wet skid pad; go through a lane change/accident avoidance maneuvers; perform threshold breaking/ABS exercises; and drive a slalom course to learn about weight transfer. Where possible, we do a two wheels off exercise and a tailgating exercise. In the classroom, they learn about proper seating position and hand positions, mirror placement, the concept of the contact patch of their tires, the theories of weight transfer, the use of long distance vision, and situational awareness. We talk about the challenges of distractions to the driver, be it the radio, iPods, phones for talking or texting or just the simple cause of too many teens in the car. Where possible we stage a semi truck on site and park cars around it to simulate highway driving. We then have each student and all adults get into the cab and close the door to show how little the driver can see and how many of the cars are not visible to the driver. We also may explode an air bag to reinforce what they learn in class about hand placement on the steering wheel.
The schedule varies at each location slightly, but it’s a full day. We feed all students, parents, and volunteers lunch and have some educational demonstrations during that period as well.
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