Wednesday, February 8, 2012



Everything is the same as it was last year with regards to how the merchandise and passes will be distributed, and how many campground spots/ferry passes we have reserved. Space is somewhat limited, and you will receive everything you purchased at the start of the run. If you are not going to make the run, but bought some shirts or something, send me or Tim an email and we will ship them to you. There are two ways you can purchase your run pass, but if you plan on going on the run, you have to at least purchase a straight ticket. This includes your ferry passes and your camping reservation, plus a cool patch and a raffle ticket. The other option is the Bounty Bundle, which will also include a t-shirt. You can also buy extra raffle tickets. The raffle prizes are gonna be even better than last year, so don't sleep on it. The cost of the run this year is $29 per vehicle, or $40 if you get the Bounty Bundle. When you choose your registration pass, make sure you are picking which ferry time slot you want. Spots are limited this year due to the ferry and campground limitations. It costs money to catch the ferry from Ocracoke to Cedar Island, it costs money to camp, and it costs money to have chase vehicles along for the ride. We are putting on the run for fun and not for profit. If there is any extra money from registration fees it will be used to pay for beer and therapy! Hahahaha…

To go on the run you MUST have BOTH a camp site and a spot on the ferry RESERVED. That is why we are asking EVERYONE who is attending to register. Registration will last until March 31st, or until we run out of spots, whichever comes first.

With the cost of registration we are going to give every person one FREE raffle ticket. The raffle is going to be nuts. Just wait till you guys see the amazing shit we are going to be raffling off! If you have doubts, just look at the piles of shit posted from last year.

Ocracoke is remote. That is what makes it RAD. The ferry over from Hatteras is free and runs every half-hour. The ferry from Ocracoke to Cedar Island, however is not free and runs only a few times a day. How remote? There is no cell-phone service on the Island, for example. If you don’t have a ticket for the ferry there’s a pretty good chance you will not be able to take the ferry from Ocracoke to Cedar Island with us. That leaves you either waiting to take a later ferry (maybe the next day) or taking a ferry to another destination which will add 7 hours to your trip to Wilmington. Trust us – you want to catch the ferry with us. This is not to intimidate anyone, this is to let you know how awesome this trip is, and how important it is to register. Where else do you get to go to an island where Black Beard once ran the show and go on a two-hour open-sea ferry ride with your bike?

It’s $29-$40… the cost of a night out on the town. If you think you are gonna go, then you need to register. Although, we want everyone to understand, once you register there is no refund. The cost of the ferry ticket and camp-site reservation are non-refundable to us and thus, non-refundable to you. You are welcome to sell your spot to someone else if you’d like. If you have any questions, go to the FAQ page. If they’re not answered there, shoot me an email:

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