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The 10,000 Mile Hoka Hey Challenge 

  • What rider doesn't enjoy a good challenge? That's why Jim Red Cloud invented The Hoka Hey Challenge for himself and other riders.

    Beth is the co-founder of Hoka Hey Challenge and explained that the Hoka Hey Challenge is about bringing awareness to social issues while riding in the most beautiful places in North America.  The Hoka Hey Challenge did not start until 2010, and it was approximately 8600 miles.  Jim, unfortunately, passed away in 2017, and Beth, his wife, has been carrying the torch with the Hoka Hey Challenge.  Beth said that the Hoka Hey Challenge is about being part of a family, competition, and the love for long-distance on a motorcycle. 

    What is the Hoka Hey Challenge? 

    The Hoka Hey Challenge is approximately 10,000 miles and consists mainly of 2 lane roadways with minimal freeway riding.  You are given directions from one location to the following location, and you cannot use a GPS to get to the next place.  You also can not stay in a hotel.  Each year the Hoka Hey Challenge starts near a Native American Tribe, and riders will travel all over North America. 

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