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The Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge

P.O. Box 710
Hot Springs, SD 57747
Phone (001) 605-890-0386

 
2011 HOKA HEY MOTORCYCLE CHALLENGE
FINISHERS AND TOP RATED CHECKPOINTS
 
 
 
The Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge's 2011 endurance ride brought top riders from throughout world to Mesa, AZ to begin what would be a grueling 14000 mile journey through the 48 contiguous States in the US and 2 Canadian Provinces.  The journey ended in Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada which is situated near the world famous Cabot Trail on beautiful Cape Breton Island!  The Organizers of the Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge would like to publicly thank the people in Sydney, NS for welcoming the Hoka Hey participants and their families. 
This year, the world tracked the riders on the Hoka Hey homepage through the use of GPS tracking provided by US FLEET TRACKING.  The tracking system not only made evident that the men and women who embarked on this challenge are the stuff of legends but it served the dual purpose of enabling event Organizers to verify the riders’ speeds & routing.  Through the use of this remarkable technology the Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge is able to recognize the brave men and women who fought the elements in order to complete the grueling 2011 Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge.
HOKA HEY 2011 CONTENDERS: Completed the entire route without deviations, crossed the finish line within the allotted time and were in possible contention for prizes.
1) Will Barclay, 8/19/11 @1751
2) Shaun VanBeber, 8/19/11 @ 2158
3) Marc Story, 8/20/11 @ 1853
4) Frank Kelly; 8/20/11 @ 2021
5) Michael McGuire, 8/20/11 @ 2118
6) Michael Fox, 8/20/11 @ 2314
7) Brent Witters, 8/20/11 @ 2316
8) Robert Crawford, 8/21/11 @ 0205
9) Karl "Bubba" Netherland, 8/21/11 @ 0206
10) James Howaston, 8/21/11 @ 0621
11) James "Jimmy" Huffman, 8/21/11 @ 0848 
HOKA HEY 2011 FINISHERS: Completed the entire route without deviations but crossed the finish line after the August 21st deadline.
12) Dennis Kelly, 8/21/11 @ 1801
13) Scott Jenkins, 8/22/11 @ 0139
14) Terry Meyer, 8/22/11 @ 0427
15) Robert "Rob" Carlo, 8/22/11 @ 0427
16) Thomas Kinsey, 8/22/11 @1118
17) Daniel "Kelsey" Dowell, 8/22/11 @ 1757
18) Brian McDonnell, 8/22/11 @ 1920
19) Shaun Fickes, 8/22/11 @ 1920
20) Mark Hodge, 8/23/11 @ 1318
21) George Liebel, 8/23/11 @ 1641
22) Eden Mailoux, 8/23/11 @ 2238
23) Lawrence Murray, 8/23/11 @ 2238
24) James Geray, 8/24/11 @ 0023
25) Debby Pearson, 8/24/11 @ 1621
26) Heinz Spielvogel, 8/24/11 @1708
27) Eugene Adee, 8/24/11 @1827
28) Jeffrey Piscitelli, 8/24/11 @1843
29) Richard "Chris" Drake, 8/25/11 @ 1407
30) Keith Deninno, 8/25/11 @1723
31) Walter Ledig, 8/25/11 @ 2017
32) Robert Scott, 8/25/11 @ 2017
33) Michael Rogers, 8/26/11 @ 1314
34) David Lutes, 8/26/11 @ 1711
35) John Ibbitson, 8/26/11 @ 1829
36) Steven "Rocky" Nowak, 8/26/11 @ 1944
37) Jane Bixby, 8/27/11 @ 1301
38) Schatzi Brown, 8/27/11 @ 1301
39) Tim Menzie, 8/27/11 @ 130140) Milton "Bubba" Vincent, 8/27/11 @ 2327
40) Marion "Mickey" Ezell, 8/27/11 @ 2327
40) Gary "Blackie" Barnes, 8/27/11 @ 2327
43) Ronald "Ron" Warren, 8/28/11 @ 1056
44) Henry Hillard, Jr., 8/27/11 @ 1109
45) William Stueber, 8/29/11 @ 0731
46) Marshall Myers, 8/30/11 @ 0114
47) Stanley Hoover, 8/30/11 @ 2327
48) John Miller, 8/31/11 @ 2252
49) Peter Johnstone, 9/4/11 @ 1820
50) Charles "Chuck" Marble, 9/4/11 @ 2341
51) Eula "Junie" Rose, 9/4/11 @ 2341
52) Aristotle "Aris" Liceralde 9/17/11 @ 1330
 
By going to our website, you can see the list of riders who for one reason or another, had to go off route during the event. These intrepid riders would not be satisfied until they saw the finish line in Sydney, NS.  The skill and resolve of all of the Hoka Hey Challengers are without a doubt what puts them in the category of the World's Most Elite Long Distance Riders. 
THE CHECKPOINT CHALLENGE: During the event, riders stopped at 15 dealerships which acted as checkpoints along the route. Challenge participants had the chance to vote for the checkpoints that took the best care of them before, during and after the event. Their votes have selected the dealership that provided them with the best food, service and entertainment during the Challenge and the winner earned the coveted 3 foot trophy that will pass from store to store with each successive Challenge. The dealerships with the most votes in this year's Checkpoint Challenge are:
1. Gail's Harley-Davidson - Kansas City, MO
2. AD Farrow Co. North Star - Sunbury, OH
3. Rocky Mt. Harley-Davidson - Rocky Mt, NC
The results of this vote show that these dealerships were able to capture the spirit of the Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge and know what it takes to provide top notch customer service but every dealership that was involved in this year’s event has earned our respect and appreciation.
To learn more about the the Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge or to obtain enrollment information, visit the event's web site www.hokaheychallenge.com or contact the office at 605-890-0386 or info@hokaheychallenge.com.   

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