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Eastside HOG Rides and Events
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Closed events: are those chapter events which are open to chapter members and one guest per member.
Member events: are events that are open to only H.O.G. members.
Open events: are those chapter events which are open to chapter members, national H.O.G. members and other guests as desired.

2019 Ride Form (.pdf)

2019 Ride Form (.docx)

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If you are interested in obtaining a National Park Pass there are a few options depending on your age and disability status. For those under the age of 62 and do not have any disabilities the annual cost is $80. The pass is valid for up to three additional adults in a non-commercial vehicle at per person fee areas. Children under 16 are admitted free. Passes can be purchased at the park, by calling 1-888-ASK-USGS, Ext. 1 or by visiting http://store.usgs.gov/pass

For qualified Seniors the cost is $10 and for those with permanent disabilities the pass is free. Both the Senior and Disability passes must be obtained at the park entrance along with proof of age or your disability. These cannot be ordered by phone or online. Further information and details can be found at https://pwrcms.nps.gov/pwr/fees_passes.htm


Many of you have asked about the Roadside Assistance program that has been brought up in our meetings. This program is available at additional cost to your Full or Associate membership through HOG. There are three different packages to choose from depending on your desired coverage. For additional details go to the HOG website and look at the Roadside Assistance Program.


If you don't currently have your motorcycle endorsement on your license, then you are putting yourself and fellow HOG members at risk. You also risk having your bike impounded if you're stopped. If you're serious about riding, having fun, and being safe, get trained on YOUR motorcycle and get your endorsement. No excuses. Got questions, check out the ESHog safety page, or contact Eric at safety@eshog.com. All the info you need is available on the DOL site at Washingington State Dept of Licensing.