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Article By: JJ Phipps Photos By: JJ Phipps & Chris Callen Originally Published In The March 2011 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine Let me start off this final part of my Hoka Hey experience by telling you that the Alaska Highway suck’s ass! It should be called the “Alaska Hellway.” This is the worst […]
Key West To Alaska In 12 Days And A Lifetime Article By: JJ Phipps Photos By: JJ Phipps & Chris Callen Originally Published In The January 2011 Issue Of Cycle Source Magazine 3 of the Hoka Hey had me heading through Tennessee and into Arkansas. This is as far west as I have been with […]
Hot Springs, SD – That’s right – FREE! The Medicine Show Land Trust – promoters of the toughest motorcycle ride on Earth, are waiving each rider’s ($1,000) entry fee for the 2014 Hoka Hey Motorcycle ChallengeTM! “It is our way to sincerely thank all the Challengers of past events and to welcome all of […]
They Hoka Hey 2012 finish line was in Gowanda New York Monday August 13th at Wolf’s Run a local Truck Stop. Wolf’s Run is also a campground with all the amenities. The Hoka Hey Run began on August 5th from Las Vegas,NV. The riders were told the time window at the riders meeting and were […]
This year’s Hoka Hey Challenge will start in Las Vegas, Nevada on August 5th Riders will pass through some of North America’s best natural and cultural treasures while riding along secondary two-lane roads (no interstates). You will be challenged to travel less than 6,000 miles in 7 days to your final checkpoint in New York […]
Please stop by the Hoka Hey Challenge booth located at Bruce Rossmeyer’s Daytona Harley-Davidson. Last years winner, Will Barclay and Tramp Stamp rider, Terry Rogue are on hand to discuss their personal riding experiences. Take this golden opportunity to sign up for a riding experience like no other. Be sure to check out their website […]
The Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge announced today that Harley-Davidson Motor Company will provide marketing and promotional support for the 2011 Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge. The Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge will present the world’s greatest long distance endurance motorcycle event in August of 2011. The event, the second annual in a series, will begin in Phoenix, […]
That old adage certainly holds true for ole Wild Man’s beloved “Black Pearl.” Anyone who knows Cycle Source Magazine’s editor-in-chief, Chris Callen, understands that the Pearl is part-and-parcel to this man’s personal makeup. That black, 2003, H-D Electra Glide, Ultra Classic has carried him over 130,000 miles to most everything that’s appeared on the pages […]
BikerNet.com first to feature story on Chris’ ride on the Hoka Hey. Thanks to Bandit and their staff for spreading the word. http://www.bikernet.com/pages/story_detail.aspx?id=8344
Words can’t express how happy we are for Chris completing the Hoka Hey Challenge. Listening to him on this video, you can sense that he got way more out of this trip than he planned. Get some rest buddy, you deserve it!
He is dog ass tired, but he made it. Curt Miller has been Chris and Rob’s voice through out this whole ordeal and we would like to personally thank him for everything!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Over on the Hoka Hey Challenge Blog, we’ve been able to track Chris Callen’s and Rob Keller’s progress moment by moment thanks to cutting edge GPS-tracking technology specifically developed for power-sport vehicles, like: motorcycles, watercraft, snow mobiles, and ATVs. This technology was provided to Cycle Source by FindItNowUSA. The products offered by FindItNowUSA can be […]
That’s right folks, the Challenge of the Hoka Hey has finally begun. It took a tremendous team effort to get the cats at Cycle Source fully operational and on their way to that prize money in Homer, Alaska. But, one way or another, these guys were not going to be denied their chance at the […]
We have created a new blog for you to follow Chris, Rob Keller and Gene Stull as they take on the Hoka Hey Challenge starting on June 20th. Follow them as they get ready, make preparations and do the 7,000 mile ride from Key West to Alaska. They will be updating the blog from the […]