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41ST HISTORIC GOLD RUSH POKER RUN

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728 S Laurel St

728 South Laurel Street

Stockton, CA 95205

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OFFICIAL DATE: Sunday, March 20RAIN DATE: Sunday, March 27 Get your bike out of the garage and get ready for one of the first rides of 2022!

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OFFICIAL DATE: Sunday, March 20 RAIN DATE: Sunday, March 27

YOUR TICKET COVERS FOOD, LIVE MUSIC, PRIZES, AND A FANTASTIC RIDE FOR YOU.

Get your bike out of the garage and get ready for one of the first rides of 2022!

In an effort to better our community, each year we support a local non-profit. 

Visit our website (www.portstocktonmc.com) for complete event details and follow us on facebook (@portstocktonmc)for the latest updates.

Our Historic Gold Rush Poker Run takes riders through the backroads of the beautiful California Mother Lode.

Hosted by the Port Stockton Motorcycle Club, the route meanders along scenic backroads of the Central Valley before climbing up into the historic Mother Lode, passing by towns such as Jenny Lind, Knights Ferry, Jamestown, Angels Camp, San Andreas, and Valley Springs.

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728 S Laurel St

728 South Laurel Street

Stockton, CA 95205

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Organizer Port Stockton Motorcycle Club

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With nearly a century of riding motorcycles across Northen California and California’s Gold Country as our backyard, Port Stockton Motorcycle Club (PSMC) brings a rich history of locations and routes to share with its members and guests. 

The Club has become a leader in the motorcycle community and the American Motorcyclist Association for its dedication to being a family-friendly MC and introducing the joys of motorcycling to generations.

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