What is the Black Woods Blizzard Tour?
Black Woods Blizzard Tour is 3-day snowmobile ride and fundraiser for
The ALS Association, MN/ND/SD Chapter. The Tour's motto is to 'Never Surrender.' This ride to fight ALS helps people with ALS and their families in our service area.
Black Woods Blizzard Tour starts with a reception at the Black Woods
Grill and Bar in Proctor, MN on Wednesday evening, February 7, 2018. After a
night's stay at the local AmericInn and Best Western, riders depart
Thursday morning for Lake Vermilion where they enjoy dinner and
accommodations at Fortune Bay Resort & Casino. On Friday morning
participants ride down the scenic North Shore to Two Harbors where Black
Woods Grill & Bar hosts dinner. Riders spend the night and return
to Proctor on Saturday, February 10. Buses transport riders for a
welcome home Celebration Dinner hosted by Black Woods at Cirrus
When is the Ride?
February 7 - 10, 2018
Who can ride?
must be at least 21 years of age and willing to donate or fundraise.
The money raised will help people living with ALS. Click here to see the Chapter's services.
The ride is for experienced riders (riding up to 150 miles each of the first two days and 80 miles the last day). Speeds average 40 mph during the trip.
Registration is required. There
are incentive prizes for participants. To qualify for these prizes,
including a chance to win a Polaris ATV, you must have all donations
turned in to The ALS Association by February 1, 2018.
What Is Provided For You on the Tour?
Check out the Rider Timeline so see what you can expect and when to expect it.
The ALS Association and Black Woods Blizzard Tour sponsors will provide:
Fuel and oil during the Tour (Please arrive with a full tank of fuel and top off your oil)
Double occupancy lodging up to four nights with another rider or volunteer. The last night of the event is Saturday, February 10. If you have a guest coming to the Celebration Dinner and you would like to have them stay with you in the hotel, let Sandy know of your request. You will be sent an invoice for one-half of the room cost AFTER the event, when the hotel sends billing to The ALS Association.
Basic mechanical support and limited alternate sleds and trailer in case of unfixable breakdown
meals during the Tour. Saturday night Celebration Dinner seating will
be dependent on our guests. Guests will be asked for their seating
companion names during dinner reservations. Please stay tuned for more
information on reserving your seat and informing us of your seating
Rider Rules and Etiquette
Check out this important page to view our rider rules and etiquette which will help you prepare for the best ride you'll experience.
For more Tour information, contact:
The ALS Association, MN/ND/SD Chapter
333 N Washington Ave; Ste 105
Minneapolis, MN 55401
888-672-0484 or 612-455-8322