POLAR BEAR

2019 Berks HOG Polar Bear Program

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2019 Polar Bear Rules

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2019 Polar Bear – SPECIAL RECOGNITION

BERKS HOG POLAR BEAR CLUB  –  CHARTER MEMBERS

THE FOLLOWING MEMBER HAVE PARTICIPATED IN THE POLAR BEAR PROGRAM FOR 18 CONSECUTIVE YEARS:

Harry Knerr

 

Berks HOG’s Polar Bear program is now in its nineteenth year.

Program coordinators: Kerry Dibler and Kevin Blevins

How to qualify:

(1) Arrive via motorcycle and sign in with the program coordinator(s).
(2) Check-in at a minimum of four (4) destinations
(3) Earn a minimum of 1,500 points as a driver and 800 points as a passenger.

How to earn points:

(1) Get your beginning mileage registered by:

• Come to the Road Warrior/Polar Bear check-in on Sunday, November 11 between 12:30 – 2:00 pm at Classic Harley-Davidson -or-
• Send a photo of your bike’s VIN and odometer via either email or text to: either Robin Shilling (robinrides@gmail.com 610-781-0870) or Don Wickward (dklwick@gmail.com 215-778-5434) -or-
• Stop by Classic Harley-Davidson and have a member of the staff annotate your VIN and mileage.

(2) Earn 200 points per destination check-in.
(3) Earn 1 point for each mile ridden between the time your beginning mileage is annotated and Sunday, March 24, 2019.

Point Total Qualification Examples:

• 4 destinations x 200 points/destination = 800 points + 700 miles needed = 1,500 points;
• 7 destinations x 200 points/destination = 1,400 points + 100 miles needed = 1,500
points;
• 8 destinations x 200 points/destination = 1,600 points, no miles needed.

Ride cancellation:

NO ride will be cancelled unless the destination location is unable to open. One of the program coordinators will be at the destination during the designated time, even if they have to arrive via a four-wheel vehicle.

Perfect attendance:

Ride to and sign in at all ride destinations, except the bonus location in Daytona Beach, FL. This includes the Road Warrior/Polar Bear check-in on November 11, 2018 and the Polar Bear Awards luncheon on Sunday, March 24, 2019.

DISCLAIMER:
The Polar Bear program is intended to be a hard-core program. As previously stated, no rides will be cancelled unless the destination location is unable to open. Only you can decide if the conditions on your driveway and local roads are safe enough for you to pass. Remember, these rides are opportunities to ride your motorcycle, not requirements. If you feel it is too risky to ride, please come via a four-wheel vehicle.

 

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