Fall Fun Ride benefiting Decorah Elks Kids Foundation and Winneshiek County Fair Association
Event Timing: Saturday, October 22nd, 2022
Registration will begin at 8:30am
Ride leaves at 10am
$50 per rig NOT PER PERSON. There is no extra charge for extra passengers.
The ride will be taking place Saturday, October 22nd and leaving at 10am. The ride will begin and end at the fair grounds in Decorah. The route is planned to trail through Palasadise Park.
Only one rig can be registered for with each application. The cost of each rig is $50.
This event will occur rain or shine.
Please read through the following information, it will also be emailed once registration is completed.
Registration will begin at 8:30am at the Decorah Fair Grounds located at 900 E Main St, Decorah, Iowa. Please be registered at least a half hour before your ride leaves. PLEASE BRING A COPY OF YOUR EMAILED CONFIRMATION (OR BE PREPARED TO SHOW THE EMAIL ON YOUR PHONE).
At registration you will sign a waiver. All ride participants must sign the waiver. It would be extremely helpful if the same person who completes this pre-registration form is present at the actual time of registration.
Trailer parking will be available at the fairgrounds.
There will be a 50/50 raffle.
Please note, operators must be 18 years of age. All passengers under the age of 16 must wear a helmet!! No exceptions. All city, county, and state UTV/ATV regulations apply.
DURING THE EVENT
During the event, we ask you to please be courteous to those around you. We will have 3-4 designated places to stop along the routes. These stops are not only to enjoy the views and socialize, but also to allow our large groups to gather back together to move safely across various public roadways, keep rigs close in an area. We understand they may seem excessive to some, but we promise there are reasons.
We have one stop designated in Canton where a free will lunch will be provided.
To ensure the ride moves along efficiently please do not stop in an undesignated area or go off the designated trails. Do not drive through any farmer's crops or hay fields. STAY ON THE TRAILS or within the designated stopping areas. If you choose to drink, please do so responsibly and do not drink and drive.
At the end of each stop you will hear an air horn indicating it's time to move along; 1 horn blast is a 5 minute warning, 2 horn blasts means it's time to go.
Pick up your trash. If it goes out with you, it comes back with you.
If you need any help at any time during the ride, LA Communications crew members, landowners, and those helping with the ride will have special brightly- colored shirts and signs on their rigs. If any issues arise during the ride your rig number will be used to identify you. In the event there are issues you may be escorted to the nearest law enforcement officer and be asked to not return next year.
Special shoutout to the members of the City, County and Law enforcement for helping put on this event to and other volunteers for their help as well.
Please note, all passengers under the age of 16 must wear a helmet!! No exceptions.Operators must be 18 years of ages.