Official Steel Horse Rally Riding Event

Friday, May 5th, 2023

Registration from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm in Fort Smith at Hooters of Fort Smith located at 6401 Rogers Avenue. Hooters will open early and will have some Steel Horse Rally specials. Last Bike/Group Ride will go out at 12:30 pm. Prizes will be awarded to the BEST and WORST hand. Best hand prize award amount will depend on the
number of riders entered. Proceeds from the ride benefit the Steel Horse Rally Inc. charity.

The route: The route will go west on Rogers Ave from Hooters to I-540 then on to Highway 64. We’ll take Hwy 64 east to Hwy 71. The first stop will be at Artist Point Gift Shop on Hwy 71. From there, we’ll go 71 to Winslow and take Hwy 74 west to the 2nd stop at Devil’s Den State Park. From there, we’ll take 74 to Hwy 220 to the 3rd stop at Cedarville Convenience Store. From there, we’ll take 59 south to 40, 40 west to Dora, then 64B to downtown Fort Smith to our final stop at Civil Axe (1121 Garrison Ave.) All bikes must be checked in at Civil Axe by 4:30 pm.
Cost is $20 per bike, $5 for extra hand, Extra chips - $5 

About the Public Guardians LEMC

The Public Guardians is a non-profit group of Police, Fire, EMS, Veterans, Military and Medical professionals that raise money for public service charities. They are a Public Service/Family-orientated Motorcycle Club and the Fort Smith Chapter is the founding chapter. They do not claim any territory; The city and state rockers on the back of the vest represent the communities and states where they serve. Membership to Public Guardians LEMC is open to all men and woman in a Public Service related professions, active or retired Law Enforcement, Fire Fighters, EMT, Corrections, Military, Veterans, Medical Professionals and select civilians who are 100% law-abiding and enjoy riding. For more information about the organization contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


The Steel Horse Rally Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 charity established in 2015 to benefit local charities, honor veterans, military, law enforcement and first responders, and help the local community.