OBC Las Vegas 2017
What: OBC Las Vegas 2017 One of the largest gatherings of Custom Bicycle enthusiasts in North America
Where: Golden Nugget Hotel 129 Fremont St. Las Vegas, Nevada
When: April 19-24 2017
Who: Everybody that likes to ride bikes and likes to have fun!
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Can I update my registration information?
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
Some events will be 21 and over.
What are my parking options at the event?
Parking at the hotel is included in the price of your room, just save a key to give the guard on the way out.
I have a trailer or a huge truck! Where can I park?
O.B.C. has reserved the parking lot behind the garage for over sized vehicles and the launch pad. If your vehicle is over 6'8", please contact us at email@example.com for a parking permit.
How can I / my business / my club contribute to items to the Registration Bags? Will there be coveted Golden Tickets again this year?
Team OBC is asking for donations of 300 items, or a few large scale items to be distributed via Golden Tickets. If you don’t know what a Golden Ticket is, watch ‘Charlie & the Chocolate Factory’! Smaller item ideas are stickers, buttons, patches, koozies, etc. Items must be received in California no later than March 1, 2017. To make shipping arrangements or for further questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
What is the 'launch pad'?
The launch pad is the parking lot located behind the Golden Nugget, across from the garage. O.B.C. has the lot reserved to gather for many of the rides (unless otherwise noted) as well as large vehicle parking. For our safety the Golden Nugget has asked us TO meet at the launch pad and NOT to congregating behind the hotel.
What are the dimensions of the elevators?
The regular elevators in the Carson tower are: 5.5' deep, 8' diagonal, door 3.5' wide.
I have a trike or a bicycle that will not fit onto an elevator. Where can it be stored?
There will be an area blocked off in the parking structure outside of the Carson Tower, to the right of cashier. The cashier is present 24/7, but is not a security guard. Its on a bit of an incline but not too bad, maybe a 10% grade. And to quote T, there is a 'big ass guard rail to lock to'. The Golden Nugget and O.B.C. are not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged property. In order to lock a bicycle to the railing, please bring at least a 3' chain or cable.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?