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Member Pete Petrie - Pete's Route 66 Gas Museum - Williams AZ

Arizona Fun Run Tour Route Plan 2016

Proposed Arizona Fun Run Tour Route

14 Days

3553 Miles

62.32 Hours Driving Time

Day      Date       Destination

“01-Sat-Apr 23 Custer to Pendleton”

Driving 383 miles

Meet at Custer Rest Stop 7:00 AM

Babes Place in Ferndale for Breakfast

Holiday Inn Express - Pendleton

"02-Sun-Apr 24 Pendleton to Twin Falls”

Driving 345 miles

Super 8 - Twin Falls

"03-Mon-Apr 25 Twin Falls to Green River”

Driving 401 miles

Super 8 - Green River

"04-Tue-Apr 26 Green River to Canyon de Chelly”

Driving 296 miles

Arches National Park

Hole In The Wall

Best Western - Canyon de Chelly

"05-Wed-Apr 27 Canyon de Chelly to Holbrook”

Driving 171 miles

Canyon de Chelly

Painted Desert

Petrified Forest

Sleep in a Tee Pee in Holbrook - Wigwam Inn

"06-Thu-Apr 28 Holbrook to Williams”

Driving 141 miles

La Posada Hotel

Standing on the Corner

Meteor City

Meteor Crater

Two Guns

Twin Arrows

Winona Bridge

Galaxy Diner

Motel 6 West - Williams

“07-Fri-Apr 29 Williams-Seligman-Williams" Free Day

Pick up Registration in Seligman, Driving 84 miles

Angels Barber Shop & Seligman or

Go to Grand Canyon or

Go to Sedona, Jerome

Group Dinner in Williams

"08-Sat-Apr 30 Williams to Kingman”

Driving Day 131 miles

Day 1 Fun Run

Peach Springs


Car Show in Historic Kingman

Power House

Mr Dee's

Dinner with Jim Hinkley, Ramada Inn

Party at El Trovatore?

El Trovatore Motel - Kingman

“09-Sun-May 1 Kingman to Laughlin”

Driving Day 90 miles

Day 2 Fun Run

Cool Springs


Golden Shores for Awards - Cheap Lunch

River Palms Hotel - Laughlin

“10-Mon-May 2 Laughlin to Independence”

Driving Day 376 Miles

Death Valley

Badwater - Lowest Point in America

Artists Loop

Original Furnace Creek Inn Resort

Forty-Miner Cafe for Lunch (New Furnace Creek Resort)

Independence Inn - Independence

“11-Tue-May 3 Independence to Reno”

Driving Day 256 Miles

Virginia City

Circus Circus - Reno

“12-Wed-May 4 Reno to Chemult”

Driving Day 314 miles

Whipering Pines - Chemult

“13-Thu-May 5 Chemult to Ellensburg”

Driving Day 332 miles


Rainbow Motel - Ellensburg

“14-Fri-May 6 Ellensburg to Custer Rest Area” to Home

Driving Day 235 miles to my Apartment in BBY

Go to Photos to see Route Maps

General Meeting Minutes - Feb 2016

Canadian Route 66 Association 

Meeting Minutes for Sunday 
February 7, 2016

Brunch meeting held at Delta Golf Course

Welcome new Members Sandy & Bev Ujhazy.

Annual Paccar Technical Center Open House for 2016 will be held April 9 from 11- 3 in Mount Vernon. This open house is always held during the Tulip Festival.

Alternate suggestion to tour the LeMay Museum in Tacoma, they presently have a Route 66 Exhibit. Route 66 Dream of the Mother Road.

New Permanent Display - a tribute to Harold Lemay

‘Lucky’s Garage’

Harold Lemay bought cars for their historical, cultural, and aesthetic value rather than as an investment.

Discussion regarding Paccar vs Le May, it was decided to choose LeMay museum. Bonnie to contact LeMay museum to find out how long the Route 66 Exhibit will be at the museum.

Tentative plans to visit the museum are for Saturday April 2. Group Rate at museum would be $12 USD per person, CASH ONLY as we have to pay all at once.

BC Society's Act

It has come to the attention of the Association that we are required to submit a set of ‘Bylaws’ to the BC Registry Services by November. Lorrie investigated this as we do not have BYLAWS. Our Constitution which was required when she formed the Society in 1996 would be sufficient. A little update in the wording could bring our Constitution into the present day. Bonnie to review how other Associations word their Constitution and report back next month with suggestions.

The purpose(s) of the society is: to promote awareness of events and preserve the historical significance of the Old U.S. Route 66 Highway for fellow Canadians to be involved Internationally. 

One proposed change would be to revise OLD U.S. Route 66 to read Historic Route 66

Route 66 News:

November 2016 marks the 90th Anniversary of Route 66. Los Angeles is planning a festival for the November 11 weekend. No word yet from the coordinator Scott Piotrowski on how plans are progressing for the festival.

Parade Magazine lists TOP 10 Stops Along Route 66

Here are 10 hot stops not to miss:

Cadillac Ranch (Amarillo, Tx) Featuring a series of vintage Cadillacs nose-diving into the ground was created by rancher/art collector Stanley Marsh in 1974.

The Painted Desert (Arizona) Hop out to take in this breathtaking hunk of sprawling landscape.

Roy’s Motel Café (Amboy, CA) This iconically lonely 1950s era Mojave desert motel and diner is the perfect setting for a visit from a mysterious drifter.

The Blue Whale (Catoosa, Ok.) The 20-foot tall, 80-foot long landmark, which took two years to build is still one of the most popular photo ops on the Mother Road.

Cars on the Route (Galena, Ka.) This fuel stop celebrates its connection to the movie Cars (the 1951 Tow Tater truck out front inspired the “Tow Mater” character).

Lou Mitchell’s Restaurant (Chicago) Kick off your trip at this legendary diner, established in 1923 and famous for its proprietors giving out fresh donut holes and Milk Duds by the dozen.

Oklahoma Route 66 Museum (Clinton, Ok) Operated by the Oklahoma Historical society, visit a really cool replica diner—at this museum 

Chain of Rocks Bridge (St. Louis) Spanning the Mississippi River on the north end of St. Louis, the bridge, opened in 1929, is best known for its jolting 24-degree bend. Today, it’s only open for bikes and pedestrians.

Wigwam Motel (Holbrook, Az. and San Bernardino, Ca) Did you know that two of America’s surviving renovated concrete teepee hotels are located along Route 66?

Santa Monica Pier (Santa Monica, Ca) Although Route 66 officially ended a few blocks north of this landmark pier, which opened in 1909, most people think of this picturesque spot as the end of the trail.

Holbrook Dairy Queen sign allowed to stay

A few weeks ago Dairy Queen wanted a franchise along Route 66 in Holbrook, Arizona, to replace its 50-year-old neon sign.

Hundreds of preservationists launched a petition and called and emailed DQ headquarters, asking it to allow the sign to stay at its longtime home at 1004 Navajo Blvd. (Route 66). Apparently the home office listened. An email received from DQ stated that the Dairy Queen Heritage Sign may remain as long as it is in good working order and kept up properly!

 Save the Holbrook Dairy Queen Sign on Facebook collected more than 200 fans.

Mojave Trails National Monument order expected soon

A declaration of a Mojave Trails National Monument that would include almost all of Route 66 from Needles to Barstow, is coming within days. For six years, Sen. Dianne Feinstein has tried to get such a Mojave Trails National Monument designation through Congress, but the legislation has stalled despite widespread support from Californians.

President Obama is expected to invoke the 1906 Antiquities Act, at Feinstein’s request, to create 3 National Monuments preserving 1,380,350 acres of these lands, including a long stretch of Route 66. Republicans oppose the designation they have proposed the same three monuments, but would open the Route 66 area to mining.

Man to form United Kingdom Route 66 Association

After a side trip to Williams, Az during the 1980s a British man was inspired to form a United Kingdom Route 66 Association after he participates in the annual Route 66 Fun Run.

Peter Campbell-McBride told the Kingman Daily Miner newspaper what inspired him to form the group:

While researching the Fun Run, McBride realized there were thousands of people from around the world who were as interested as he was in the road made famous by John Steinbeck’s classic “Grapes of Wrath.”

He read about existing Route 66 clubs from Australia, Holland and Czech Republic, but none from the United Kingdom.

That made no sense to McBride. His country has a chain of drive-ins named after Route 66, and last year there was the Route 66 car and bike show in the south of England. And the best recording of “Get Your Kicks” outside of the USA is by the Rolling Stones, in McBride’s partiality.

“There are many car and bike enthusiasts in my country who would love to experience visiting the most iconic road in America, but there is no focus group to help make that dream come true. I aim to fix that,” he said.

It’s surprising a Route 66 association in England hasn’t been formed already since the popular TV series in 2011 hosted by Billy Connolly. There are Route 66 associations in Canada, Czech Republic, France, Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Norway and a recently Japan.

Tale from a Route 66 childhood gets an Oscar Nomination

A Pixar Animator is now an Academy Award nominee because of his short film, inspired by his own childhood growing up at a Route 66 motel in California. Sanjay Patel, along with his producer were nominated for an Oscar in the short film (animated) category for “Sanjay’s Super Team.”  Patel will find out whether he wins an Oscar during ABC’s Academy Awards Feb. 28.

50/50 Draw —

New Member Sandy Ujthay drew the winning ticket — Barry Cook won $30.

Tim Kikkert welcomed everyone to Westcoast Motorcycle Ride to Live event’s the 7th Annual Show & Shine which will be held May 26 during the Prostate Cancer RIDE TO LIVE Event.

Tim Kikkert welcomed everyone to Westcoast Motorcycle Ride to Live event’s the 7th Annual Show & Shine which will be held May 26 during the Prostate Cancer RIDE TO LIVE Event.

General Meeting Minutes - Jan 2016

Canadian Route 66 Association Minutes for Sunday January 10, 2016

Brunch meeting held at Delta Golf Course


Happy New Year

Welcome Guests: Marie & Nigel Wheway (BC Corvette Club); Jim Shewchuck, Guest of Bill Boyd.

Christmas Party Report

  Everyone had a great time once again; gifts were a lot of fun, especially the anatomically correct FUN GIFT,‘Eva’ doll who had a little too much red wine to drink….the lush! As always the animated toys are a big hit with the fun gift exchange.

  Now is the time to confirm a date for next year’s party. Saturday December 3, would be the first Saturday in December. The date will be confirmed at next meeting.


AGM Notes:

         At the Annual General Meeting in November our Treasurer Craig McDowall, prepared the financial statements for the year. As a NON Profit Assoc we are not allowed to make a lot of money. We did however come out with net revenue of over $800. Due to only one newsletter being published with the change in Editors . Along with a refund from Canada Post for cancelling the mail box. Also we had not collected a lot of money for 50/50 draws or nickels  (in place of pennies) to make our annual donation to Kruise for Kids, but it has added up. This year with the surplus we made a donation towards Kruise for Kids in the amount of $200. Newsletter costs approx $400 with each printing.

Proposed Trips/Activities for 2016

SUGGESTIONS for activities/Garage Tours, Picnic locations

A few suggestions for Garage Tours we had visited in the past;     

Doc Kinney in Chilliwack; A few of our members have collections of cars and would be willing to give us another garage tour. I have left a message for a garage tour in BBY, have not received a response yet, he could be snow birding……!

A Garage Tour was proposed for Sunday Feb 7. It was decided to delay until March or April when the weather is better. As our regular meeting date falls on Valentines Day, therefore the next meeting date will be Feb 7, pending confirmation from the golf course if the meeting room is available.

Annual Paccar Technical Center Open House for 2016 will be held April 9 from 11- 3 in Mount Vernon. This open house is always held during the Tulip Festival. The Tech Center does testing and development for Kenworth, Peterbilt, and DAF trucks. The tour highlights test labs and trucks manufactured by PACCAR. Located 1 mile N of Hwy 20 on Farm to Market Rd. . If there is enough interest in this event, we could travel as a group


Route 66 News:

          November 2016 marks the 90th Anniversary of Route 66. Los Angeles is planning a festival for the November 11 weekend.

The festival area will be near Route 66’s original western terminus of Seventh and Broadway in downtown L.A. In 1926, it was one of the busiest intersections in America. (The terminus later was moved further west to Santa Monica.)

Downtown Los Angeles is undergoing a big revitalization following many years of decline. So the newly burgeoning festival area, aka Historic Theatre District— along with the anniversary — should make this an intriguing event.

This will be the first time the International Route 66 Festival has been held in a metropolitan setting. In 2015 the Festival was held in Edwardsville, Ill.


         It is important to note that for the first time, a Route 66 festival will be encouraging people to attend the festival via alternative means of transportation. The organizers will be working to secure accommodation options centered near the light rail stations as well as Downtown, and are planning to work on shuttles from the nearest Gold Line station directly to the festival. All festival events, will take place immediately within the Broadway/Theatre District corridor.


         Old Route 66 in California which is no longer in use officially is being re developed to serve as an alternate route for when I-15/I-25 is bottlenecked due to accidents. Last year before the Fun Run we drove this section of road leading from Victorville to the Summit Cafe and are pleased to know it will be re-used. Hopefully the Calif Assoc will have designated signage


         Oct 2016 marks the 20th Anniversary of the Canadian Route 66 Association, which Lorrie Fleming worked so hard to create. Discussion was held regarding contacting Founding Members for their story on how they assisted Lorrie with creating our association. Tim will contact Lorrie along with a few founding members & add their stories to our fall newsletter.


29th Annual Arizona Fun Run

 The Official Fun Run dates are: Friday April 29 (Seligman Registration),

Saturday April 30 - Seligman to Kingman (Overnight in Kingman),

Sunday May 1 - Kingman -Oatman - Golden Shores.

          Each year we arrive in Williams Az, on Thurs, which gives us the Friday to pick up our registration packages & clean our cars to prepare for the Fun Run.

         Regardless of the route to the Fun Run, what is important at this time, is knowing who will be attending the FUN RUN itself in order to make reservations in Williams, Kingman. Bonnie will be making reservations for anyone interested ASAP. Due the shrinking CAD dollar, it is recommended to stay at the Motel 6 again in Williams for Thurs/Fri prior to the start of the Fun Run.

         Bonnie will contact Sam at the El Trovatore in Kingman and reserve rooms for our members.

Following the Fun Run, one suggestion would be to stay 2 nights in Laughlin.

Other suggestions are welcome


Local Car events listing:

Lee Harrison list is only available online to download & any changes or additions are kept up to date

The Route 66 Fun Run is listed, along with the 3 events which Bonnie organizes -

• Hats Off Day June 4

• Marpole Summerfest - July 16

• Edmonds (Burnaby) City Fair - July 17



50/50 Draw - $70 collected. Yvonne Leung drew the winning ticket.

Congratulations to Sue Ramberg who $35 in the 50/50 draw.


Tentative next meeting date Sunday February  7, - 10am Delta Golf Course

Christmas Party Photos On-Line - 2015

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Joe with Darth Vader

About 30 members of the Association joined in for an evening of good company, good food and gift giving. The weather was wet and windy but that did not stop Dave and Lynda Baine from Seattle from attending. Bob Walker & Lorrie Fleming spent 5 hours in transit to come down from their home in Green Lake. Another great Chrismas Party.

Click on Photo to see Album

Hats Off Day, Edmonds City Fair, Marpole SummerFest

Pictures from this years Show & Shines are available on the Photos page. Click Pictures to go to album.


Hats Off Day Show & Shine - June 6, 2015      60,000 people enjoyed a Parade, Show & Shine and Street Fair.

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Marpole SummerFest - July 18, 2015 Elvis is Alive!    Small Show but lots of fun. 

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Edmonds City Fair - July 19, 2015    Great Community Street Fair. Best crowd ever!

Association Picnic - August 9, 2015

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Bonnie presenting an Appreciation Plaque to Walter & Joan

This years annual Picnic was at Walter & Joan Shemly’s Lakeside Home in Langley, BC. It was attended by 15 Members of the Canadian Route 66 Association. US Members, Skip & Beth Forbes and Bill & Barbara Forbes came across the border to join the party. It was a beautiful day with sunshine and a light breeze. Everyone brought food for sharing. 

Pictures From John Sulentich and George Game are in the Photo Section.

Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program - Cost Share Grants

Dear Friends of Route 66,

The National Park Service, Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program is pleased to announce the recipients of this year's cost-share grant awards. The 2015 grant awards go to:

National Guard Armory Rehabilitation 

Location: Sapulpa, Oklahoma 

Recipient: City of Sapulpa

Women on the Mother Road: Route 66 Interactive Website and Oral History Project

Location: Across Route 66

Recipient: Cinefemme 

Boots Court Architectural Neon Restoration

Location: Carthage, Missouri 

Recipient: Private Owner

Lake Shore Motel Structural Rehabilitation

Location: Carthage, Missouri 

Recipient: Private Owner

The cost-share grant program provides grant assistance for eligible historic preservation, research, oral history, interpretative, and educational projects. Grants are offered through an annual, competitive grant cycle. Since 2001, 122 projects have been awarded $1.8 million with $3 million in cost-share match, totaling $4.8 million in public-private investment toward the revitalization of the Route 66 corridor.

To learn more about these projects and other past grant awards, visit the 2015 grant announcement, or search our grants database.

Kaisa Barthuli

Program Manager

Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program

National Trails Intermountain Region

National Park Service

P.O. Box 728

Santa Fe, New Mexico  87504-0728


Phone: 505.988.6701

Fax: 505.986.5214


Gino G. De Pieri June 4, 1945 - July 9, 2015

Canadian Route 66 Association Member 70


Gino Girolamo De Pieri June 4, 1945 - July 9, 2015 The Cute Italian with a Big Heart leaves us suddenly after a long struggle with GIST, a rare cancer. Well known in the limousine industry as LimoGino, he also had long careers in the TV and Microwave repair. Gino donated much of his time to service clubs and charities and was generous supporter of the Italian Cultural Centre and the Italian Mutual Aid Society. Gino was predeceased by his sister Silvanna and parents Onorina and Giuseppe. He is survived by brother-in-law Frank Pezzutti and numerous cousins in Italy and Canada. A Funeral Mass will be held on July 22, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at Corpus Christi Parish, 6350 Nanaimo Street, Vancouver, BC. Viewing of the casket will begin at 10:00 a.m. Entombment will follow at Ocean View Cemetery. A reception will be held at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to VGH and UBC Hospital Foundation or St Paul's Hospital Foundation are welcome. - See more at:

Ed Galloway's Totem Pole Restoration

I think the Route 66 community should back this project. Here is the link to the Kickstarter Fundraising page.

Kickstarter Link

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General Meeting Minutes - April 2015

Canadian Route 66 Association Notes for Sunday
April 19 2015

Brunch meeting held at Delta Golf Course

Christmas Party has been confirmed for Saturday December 6. at Delta Golf Course. Cost TBA.


  • In regards to insurance, I have investigated this further with our personal insurance agent a 2nd time. Being we do not organize events exclusive to our Assoc where we are on public property (car show for example or slalom event)  it is not necessary. When we go to the Fun Run for example you are responsible for your own car insurance & medical insurance. Even if we are travelling together as a group, you are still responsible for your own insurance. I understand if someone outside our organization were to join us and be injured, they would be covered by a) their own ICBC insurance or medical insurance.
  • An individual who was posting signs for an event was injured may not have been covered if their club did not have insurance. However, they were posting signs for a closed event, but the club insurance would only cover them for the time they were at the event, not from the time you leave home.
  • We are a small Association and do not operate on a large scale as some of the CAR CLUBS do. Should the day come where we are a larger organization and do more events, this situation can be reviewed again. In order to purchase this insurance (should we ever need it) the number of members to qualify for insurance is 100 ACTIVE members. We do not have the numbers to qualify, we would be required to become part of another association, that raises other issues. This matter is being tabled for the time being. 

Fun Run

The Official Fun Run dates are May 1 - 3 beginning in Seligman. Apr 28 - May 4 

Rick & Alex are leaving mid week for Williams. We will be meeting Bob & Lorrie, Bill & Barb at the Motel 6 West in Williams. Our member Marcus will be there as well as Sean & Karen from Flagstaff.

George & I will be flying to Palm Springs, renting a car. We will be staying 3 nights in the Wigwam Motel in Rialto Ca. On Sunday we are meeting with Scott Piotrowski who is the 2016 Route 66 Festival organizer for Los Angeles. The dates for the 2016 festival are not confirmed we will keep you up to date as we have information. The last time there was any type of Route 66 event in the LA area was the San Bernadino event prior to the Festivals which are being held East & West each year. It will be nice to have an LA Route 66 event, as LA is an area with several alignments and difficult to see when you are driving. Scott also arranges walking tours of Route 66 in LA.

We can work on suggestions for itineraries next month for the Fun Run or to the Festival in LA.  If you want to make suggestions for routes, or places to see — State Parks, National Monuments, Auto collections all suggestions are welcome.


Our newsletter Editor Brad Jones who moved to the Island a few years ago has come into bad health and has stepped down from the position on Newsletter Editor. Tim has offered to take over this position, he & Brad were going to work together to transfer the newsletter template over and any outstanding articles. Tim will write an article from his Blog on him & his Dad’s prostate Cancer fundraiser ride on Route 66 last year. Our last newsletter was in Nov/Dec. We hope to publish twice a year but without content that cannot happen. Please write about any events you have done, it does not have to be a Route 66 event.

Route 66 News

As it was mentioned in Feb, one of our members back east passed away from an illness. If anyone had ever been to the Gay Parita station in Missouri, Gary enjoyed talking with the visitors who came by.

He created a mock Sinclair Station outside his house and would chat with visitors who stopped to take pictures. Gary Turner did what he did best, sharing wonderful stories and advice about RT 66. He was honoured a few years ago with an Award for his Route 66 support. Gary loved to serve Ice Cream, cold drinks, watermelon to everyone who stopped by.  He was getting so popular he created a covered bbq area around the back of his Sinclair Garage and hosted many a BBQ for roadies & motorcycle groups from around the world who would call to let him know when they were coming. With Gary you could not visit for a short time, every visit was a few hours or more, he was a delight to visit with and a genuine person. If this was your first trip on Route 66, he would encourage you to buy David Wickline’s book Images of 66 and have it autographed by the people in the book you met along 66. He was never out to make a profit on any of his merchandise, he gave everyone something from his gift shop, we received t-shirts on our first visit, the next time we saw Gary, he gave us a thermometer of his station. A genuine route 66 Ambassador. 

Jerry McClanahan, Route 66 Artist from Chandler Ok was asked to paint a picture of someone’s car outside Gary’s station a few years ago. That print was re-created as a memorial to Gary, proceeds went to the family. George & I, Tim each purchased one of these prints. They sold for $66

We hope his Daughter continues what Gary started. The last time we were visiting 2012 his daughter was there to help with her Mom who had Alzheimers, and was also working with Gary in the gift shop.  


The Great Race was created in 1983 by 2 individuals to assist an ailing race promoter who planned to race pre-WW II automobiles across the US for a massive purse. Many people doubted this type of race was feasible but with help from a crew of like-mined car just they pulled it off.

2 Years ago Tevie participated in the Great Race along the Great Lakes in Ontario & crossing into the US. He did not ‘win’ by any means but he & Lisa enjoyed the race. Nigel Matthews was his support vehicle.

June 20 the Great Race will be along Route 66 starting from the St Louis area to Santa Monica. There will be over 120 cars participating ranging in years from 1915 - 1972. Each stop is free to the public to come and see the cars.

Course instructions for each stage are given to the drivers 30 min prior to start time.


All contestants, vehicles, and crew members must be approved by Great Race Entry and Technical Committees.

2. Vehicle entries must have been manufactured in 1972 or earlier and shall be as defined in Part IX. A vehicle that because of its power train, suspension, equipment, or other modifications would be considered a post-1972 vehicle for purposes of applying an age factor may be accepted for entry on an individual review basis based on Great Race’s determination that it complies with the spirit of encouraging the participation of vehicles whose body styles are 1972 and earlier.


a. Platinum Entry: $8,000 per car. Platinum Entries are limited to 10 entries. Platinum Entries receive priority in start

b. Corporate Entry: $7,000 per car. A Corporate Entry is defined as a for-profit business 

c. Private Entry: $5,000 per car

d. X-Cup Entry: $1,500 per car

e. The entry fee is for up to four persons (typically a driver, a navigator, and two support crew members). A team may include additional persons for an additional $50 per person.

Even the GREAT RACE, requires that you have your own Liability Insurance.

You can follow them on Facebook, or  read their blogs on the Great Race web page.

Local Events:

RIDE TO LIVE - Prostate Cancer fundraiser & Show & Shine


Boots” Memorial Cruise Night will be held at A&W  7330 King George Blvd, Surrey, Thurs May 7.

The lot will be festive with live music, prizes, cake. You can come and get your first card for the Great Poker Hand challenge and your first entry towards an additional prize awarded at the summer year end party.


Hats Off Day - Sat June 6.

Heights Merchants is looking for barricade volunteers. Lunch will be provided. If you are interested in assisting with the barricades in the Show & Shine area please let Bonnie know.