Monday, March 3, 2014
The Hoka Hey Motorcycle Challenge is an annual epic challenge that combines endurance, navigation, long distance riding skills and the ability to execute those skills safely and in strict compliance with all state and federal traffic laws, while adhering to all of the Terms and Conditions of the Event. The intent is for all riders to stand firm with Honor, Integrity, Respect and Compassion throughout the event. Accept and embrace the challenge and let it drive you beyond your known limits. Embrace Honor as you are riding for a cause much bigger than yourself. Embrace Integrity and abide by the rules of the event and adhere to motor vehicle laws and provisions in each State. Embrace Respect for not only the event but other riders and travelers who use the same roads. Be willing to set aside your competitive nature and have the compassion to lend assistance along the way should it be needed. The Hoka Hey Challenge is not a race so you must not compete with other riders nor can you place wagers or “bets” on the outcome. The event will challenge you and endeavor to break you. Your intent should not be to arrive first at the finish line or any checkpoint along the way. Your intent should be to bring honor to yourself and the name Hoka Hey.