Motorcycle World
Record Poker Run of 2021

Sponsored by
Sunshine State Biker Lawyer

July 30, 2021 – August 6, 2021

Starts in Florida Ends in Sturgis









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March 1, 2021 – May 31, 2021

We are so happy you are going to join us on the ride from Florida to Sturgis. The “Support Bikers Crew” has worked hard to create this epic journey. Please check the website,, and for information regarding the ride as it unfolds. A big thank you to the many bikers who have given us their ideas and suggestions. We look forward to meeting each of you, hearing your stories and of course “riding with you”.

You will receive an “Official Rider” Packet 3-4 weeks before the ride. It will contain a route map, merchandise, and important information you will need on the road.

Below are the requirements for the ride, please read carefully. You will be prompted to pay by credit card. You are not officially registered until we receive payment in full.


  1. THIS IS NOT A GROUP RIDE. This is a Poker Run and you are free to ride with friends or alone.
  2. There will NOT be Road Captains or Leaders. 
  3. Everyone will receive a “Route Map”. You are only REQUIRED TO BE AT EACH “CARD PULL STOP” IN THE DESIGNATED TIME WINDOW.
  4. You are NOT required to stay at each “overnight stop” or use the surrounding “card pull” location lodging. CAUTION: If you deviate from the route you must meet or exceed the MILEAGE requirement that is set for the Guinness World Record. You WILL be disqualified and NOT receive recognition for setting the record if your mileage does not meet the required mileage.
  5. Only “Motorcycles” can be part of the world record.
  6. Any request for a refund of the registration fee must be submitted by June 30, 2021. Requests will be handled on a case by case basis by the Support Bikers Crew and all decisions are final. After that date, your registration fee will be considered a donation to
  7. All accommodations, food, misc. expenses including medical and repairs are the sole responsibility of the “Official Rider”
  8. Excess mileage obtained by i.e. sightseeing opportunities will not be used in the final mileage count.


  1. Any player starting the Poker Run must complete the run. No substitutes are permitted. Any registered rider leaving the Poker Run early or joining along the route is not considered an “Official Rider” and will not be counted as participant of the World Record.
  2. A GPS data app will be designed for each Official Rider.
  3. Participants must draw a card at the beginning STOP, before setting off to the second card pull. This is where the distance measurement begins.
  4. All participants must “Pull a Card” at each checkpoint between the starting time and ending time set for each stop. We will give a 15 min warning but will not accept any cards pulled after the designated ending time. The card pull window of time will depend on the number of participants and you will receive that information in the “Official Rider” packet.
  5. Officials present at every checkpoint must mark or sign in the scoring card and record the poker card drawn by each participant at that point.
  6. Each card pull will have a marking method that it is clearly identifiable for that stop.
  7. There will be methods of tracking card pulls and mileage. Each participant will be responsible for their scoring card to be presented at the end. This is considered by Guinness as one form of verification. If there is a discrepancy between the “stop record” and the card presented at the end, the result is an automatic disqualification
  8. A winner will be determined by the best five-card poker hand at the end of the route. In case of a tie there will be another “Card Pull”. The rider with the highest card wins.
  9. Entrants must not acquire extra cards or extra hands to improve their chances of winning.
  10. While driving on any open public roads, all local traffic laws must be followed. If any participant breaks a traffic law during the ride, they will be disqualified.


During the registration process you will receive the following:

1- Your registration will pay for you to have 2 tows at $150/each for 30 days beginning July 30, 2021.

2- Exclusive deals transporting your bike to the starting point and even after the event. We have made arrangements with a company that will transport your bike for a flat fee of $450* if you choose not to ride.

3- Storing your bike in Port Charlotte instructions and contact information.

4- Scheduling your bike to be serviced.

5- Lodging suggestions, links and discounts at “Card-Pull” and overnight stops. Prices range between $69 to $179 depending on the city.

*prices may vary with some locations and type of bike, details are provided


OPENS March 1st and Closes MAY 31st

YOU CAN NOT register the day of the event (no exceptions).  All registration is online and requires a working email.  We have not put a cap on the number of participants but that may change. PLEASE REGISTER EARLY 

ONE RIDER = $175.00.

Please fill out the registration form completely and you will be prompted to pay by credit card. Your registration is not complete until we receive your payment in full.

RIDER & PASSENGER = $200.00.

Please fill out the registration form completely and you will be prompted to pay by credit card. Your registration is not complete until we receive your payment in full.

Registered Riders as of 3/29/2021 7:40 PM EST

59 - Lisa Smith - Bradenton, Florida

58 - Bill Smith - Bradenton, Florida

57 - Lonnie Taylor - Springfield, Missouri

56 - Rick Powell - Port Charlotte, Florida

55 - Anthony Caruso - Englishtown, New Jersey

54 - Anthony Panella - Tims River, New Jersey

53 - Mike Moore - Auburndale, Florida

52- Tracy Coleman - Imperial Nebraska

51 - Dwight Coleman - Imperial Nebraska

50 - Howard Howland - Malver, Iowa

49 - Carl Cook - Kaiser, Missouri

48 - Mahaly Polczer - Hoboken, Georgia

47 - Dale Bishop - Nashua, New Hampshire

46 - Nancy Dickman - Venice, Florida

45 - Fred Webb, Cedar Hill, Missouri

44 - Brittany Douglas, St. Louis, Missouri

43 -Louis Sabo, Coupland, Texas

42- Mike Bodine Marshfield, Missouri

41- Andrew Cunningham Scott Depot, West Virginia

40- Jason Speck Imperial, Nebraska

39- Michelle Wishart Placerville, California

38- Amy Kavan Eagle, Nebraksa

37- Brad Dinnel Wauneta, Nebraska

36- Michelle Shyne - Allendale, Michigan

35- Karli Rusell - Orange Park, Florida

34- Brent Bussell - Imperial, Nebraska

33- Stacey Clemons - Arcadia, Florida

32- Richard Perez - Arcadia, Florida

31- James Pederson - Wesley Chapel, Florida

30- Steve Mordue - Tampa, Florida

29- Mica Neal II - Seffnet, Florida

28- Mica Neal I - Seffnet, Florida

27- Andrew Boyum Eureka Springs, Arkansas

26- Joe Kniffin - St. Petersburg, Florida

25- Jacob Thompson - Spokane, Washington

24- Raedene Shunk - Sumner, Michigan

23- Ken Shunk - Sumner, Michigan

22- Sheila Smith - Bradenton, Florida

21- Randy Overton - Walton, Kentucky

20- Scott Salmon - Wakefield, Nebraska

19- Raymond Pelletier - Dohan, Alabama

18- James Summers - East Palatka, Florida

17- Larry Buckner - Seymour, Missouri

16- Buck Champ - McGehee, Arkansas

15- Kris Shyne - Allendale, Michigan

14- Steven Corry - Austin, Kentucky

13- Stephanie Thompson - Harrison, Arkansas

12- TJ Thompson - Harrison, Arkansas

11- Doug Grindstaff - Elkview, West Virginia

10- Kylie Northen - Elizabethtown, Kentucky

9- Toby Northen - Elizabethtown, Kentucky

8- Brenda Woolverton - Bolivar, Missouri

7- Dan Woolverton - Bolivar, Missouri

6- Tim Huffman - Clendenin, West Virginia

5- Amanda Huffman - Clendenin, West Virginia

4- Mike Rizzo - Forked River, New Jersey

3- Dezaray Gartin - Port Charlotte, Florida

2- Angie Gartin - Port Charlotte, Florida

1- Sonny Gartin - Port Charlotte, Florida

Volunteer- James Galvin - Ireland

Volunteer- Karen Leyden Galvin - Ireland

Volunteer- Gene Bojko - Cape Coral, Florida

Volunteer- Debby Bojko - Cape Coral, Florida








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