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Lake Superior Circle Tour FAQ

Question: do we need to fill out a separate registration form for each person, 
or can we just fill out one to cover all four of us.
Response: One registration form per bike is perfect. Print legibly, as this is the information
 that is put up on the web site about rider's names and what type of bike.

Question: What is the cost of tour and rally for my passenger?
Response: The same price as it is for the driver. None of our expenses (insurance, promotion, chase vehicle, camp grounds, music, food, etc) are lessened by the fact that a person is a passenger.

Question: I plan to take my daughter along. If we are going to ride "two up", do I need to register 
the both of us or is the registration per motorcycle?
Response: The registration is per person.  Additionally, if your child is under 18 years of age you will be required to fill out a Parental Release Form.

Question: For people living in Wisconsin (especially), is there a provision for joining the tour in progress? It would add a lot of time to have to go all the way around to Cloquet and then come right back. .
Response: To protect the integrity of of the tour and to reduce problems related to having multiple starting points we do require that, to collect a belt buckle, patch and certificate, riders must start and end at the rally site in Cloquet Minnesota.

Question: What are the ages of riders who have gone on the tour?
Response: They have ranged from a 9 year old boy riding with his Dad, to bikers in their 70's!

Question: Do I need to belong to the AMA to take part in the rally and tour?
Response: NO! We are AMA (American Motorcycle Association) and CMA (Canadian 
Motorcycle Association) registered promoters. Although we encourage riders to join and 
support these types of groups, you do not have to belong to them to take part in our events.

Question: We plan on camping in a tent. Do I need to set up reservations with the camp grounds
or is there room for everyone on the tour?
Response: I would recommend making reservations at campgrounds as tour riders are responsible for their own accommodations. Names of hotels and campgrounds are available here.


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