6th Annual Holiday Poker Run at Loretta Lynns Ranch on Sunday December 13, 2009

Southern Woods Rider is proud to preset the 6th Annual Holiday Poker Run at Loretta Lynns Ranch on Sunday December 13, 2009. All 4-wheel ATV and Dirt Bike riding responsible individuals and their families are invited to attend.

Bring a New Toy Donation and Save Five Bucks on the Entry Fee!
Ride Fee $30.00
Ride Fee with New Toy $25.00

All Toys go to Davidson County Metro Police Christmas Charities to be distributed to needy children. For more information visit www.police.nashville.org
Best Hand $200
Second Best Hand Moto Gift worth $75.00
Third Best Hand Moto Gift worth $50.00

Registration – 7:00 am to 9:00 am MANDATORY Riders Meeting – 9:00 am Poker Run Ends at 2:30 pm Winners Announced at 3:00 pm

The Trail:

The trail will be clearly marked and you can ride it at your own pace as much as you like during the open trail hours. The trails difficulty level will be moderate. There will be some hill-climbs and occasionally the trail may be narrow and/or off-camber. Some of the areas are rocky and other areas have good old normal Tennessee dirt.

***Pit Riding and/or Pit Bikes Will Not Be Tolerated!
***No side by sides ATV vehicles such as Razor, Rhino, etc. No three
wheel ATVs and no two passenger ATVs allowed on the trails.
***No Loud Exhaust Pipes – Sound Level Must Be Below 98 dB SPL (Sound
Test Will Be Implemented If Your Bike Or Quad Is Found To Be Excessively
Weather Permitting the trailhead opens at 9:00 am and closes at 2:30 pm –
This one-day event is Rain or Shine.
For more detailed information and ride rules please visit
Feel free to contact us at: rideinfo@southernwoodsrider.com
Phone: 615/848-9082
Tom Stotler President
Kelley Stotler Secretary
Southern Woods Rider supports the principle of Tread Quietly, Lightly and Legally.

Motor Cycle/ATV riding is an inherently dangerous sport. Southern Woods Rider Inc. is not responsible for any injuries you receive during their sponsored events, or any other activates of SWR’s you attend. Always ride with caution and use all available protective gear to minimize the possibility of injuries.