Shine up that vintage sled and join us for a classic family-friendly poker ride, Dirty Dangles style! Riders purchase ‘hands’ at the trailhead and proceed in style to checkpoints where they receive ‘numbers’. Best hand at the finish line winds. Only riders on vintage sleds will have the chance to win an award. With that being said, all sleds are welcome to buy poker hands and join in on all the fun.
Location: Corbin Staging Area
Registration: 9am- 12pm
Vintage Ride: 12-3pm
Post-ride: Silent Auction, Chili and a Bun for $5, trophies for Hard Luck, Little Ripper, Best Vintage, Best Dressed, and Dangler’s Choice!
All riders must have valid FSA membership or purchase $25 trail day use fee. Poker hands: $20 for one or $40 for three.
Thank too you to all the families that traveled from near and far to participate in the Corbin Vintage Snowmobile Poker Derby this weekend. We had 50 participants and a delicious feast of fresh powder to enjoy! Please help us to thank our volunteers and partners for making this wonderful event happen in our community. And the winners are:
High Hand: Ian Stafford (donated back to the FSA)
Low Hand: Greg Chartier (donated back to the FSA)
Mystery Hand: Mike Morishita (donated back to the FSA)
Little Ripper: Sierra Chartier
Oldest Sled: Mike Morishita
Dangler’s Choice: Joel Cumming
THANK YOU TO OUR VOLUNTEERS & PARTNERS: the Dirty Dangles, Carol and Barry Wilson, Mike Swennen, Structural Truss Systems from Ft McCloud, Phillpot Honey, Harvey and Bernadette French, Piston Broke Brewing, Chelsey Brassard, Greg Chartier, Ian Stafford, Archie French, Eileen French, the Mudslingers (Pincher Creek MudBogs), Halo Safety Management Ltd. (Brooks, AB), Freak Fishin & Tours, A&E Racing & Marine, Mike Morishita, Fortis, Bret Hart, Brayden Shepherd, Inphase Electric and Controls, Beaver Mines General Store, Frontier Safety, Allied, OK Tire, Danny Wilson, Cinnamon Bear (Coleman, AB).