69th Annual GVMC Routledge Run - Road And Adventure Touring

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Friday, July 7, 2023
8:30:00 AM
Spences Bridge - Fraser Canyon
Wes Jamison John Taylor
604) 857-4880 (604)454-7432
wes@wesjamison.com; jakers_357@hotmail.com
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Current Information On The Routledge Run


69th Annual GVMC Routledge Run- Road Ride and Adventure Touring Ride.

Friday, July 7, 2023 to Sunday July 9, 2023

Mark these dates on your calendar for a great weekend Motorcycle Adventure.

Where: Spences Bridge - Fraser Canyon

What: Road and Adventure Touring Ride

Entry fee : $75.00

Details: Book Early!
Kick-stands up at about 8:30am Saturday July 8th from Spences Bridge of the Fraser Canyon.

Accommodations:
You can book your Motel/Campsite or RV space at the Acacia Grove Motel & RV. Rates are reasonable and there are still plenty of spaces available. Book soon to avoid disappointment.
Contact Amar or Jyoti at 1-800-833-7508 or 1-250-458-2227
Website: http://acacia-rvpark-cabins.com/

Saturday morning light Breakfast provided, followed by a ride. Lunch will be on your own & Dinner will be a full Steak BBQ at Wes N Deb's RV on site.

Two routes for all riders.
One for Highway Cruisers and one for Adventure Touring visiting the most scenic vistas and viewpoints anywhere in North America. Book Early!

More Information: Contact Wes Jamison 604-857-4880 or email wes@wesjamison.com

Mark these dates on your calendar for a great weekend Motorcycle Adventure.

Check in the Photo Gallery and Past Events to see the great fun had at this event in the past.

History Of The Routledge Run


This event was started in 1954, dedicated to Bob Routledge, a respected motorcycle mechanic and one of the signers of the 1939 GVMC incorporation. The original perpetual trophy features a pewter figure of a German army dispatch rider on a BMW that was donated to the Club by GVMC member Don Franks. This may have been a souvenir brought back by returning soldiers after World War II, but itís exact origin and significance is a mystery.

Traditionally, the event was held as a Saturday ride to a campground, with a field meet on Sunday. Field meets involved tests of rider skill, such as riding a length of 2x4, throwing darts from a moving bike, rolling a barrel with the front wheel, a slow race (last one across the finish line wins, touch a foot down youíre out), and any other crowd pleasing stunts the organizers could dream up.

The field meets gradually lost their appeal, and with the rise in dual sport riding, the event was given a fresh approach. The Routledge Run has in recent years been successful as a two-day ride, with street riders and dual sport riders taking separate routes to an overnight campout. The camaraderie and good times continue.



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