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The 2022 Frozen Knuckles Run
Sunday, February 27th, 2022 at Barling City Park in Barling, AR (just minutes from Fort Smith, AR)
Online registration is open now at: https://frozenknuckles.myevent.com/
$15 Minimum Charitable Donation per bike
$20 Minimum Charitable Donation for bike + passenger
All proceeds benefit the the Steel Horse Rally Inc. charity.
 
Help us kick off the riding season with a very special tradition: The Frozen Knuckles Run. By registering online ahead of the event, you will be guaranteed lunch of pulled pork sandwiches, chips, and drinks.  Pre-registration will close AFTER the first 150 bikers + passengers sign up. If you register on the day of the event, lunch will not be provided and your donation will go directly to the Steel Horse Rally Inc. charity.

The minimum charitable donation for the ride is $15 per biker or $20 for biker plus passenger.  Registration on the day of the event will be the same but no lunch will be provided.
 
Onsite registration will open on Sun., Feb 27th, 2022 at 10:30 AM at Barling City Park. Lunch will be served at 11:30 AM. Kick Stands Up at 12:30 PM. The route will be announced in late January/early February. The first 150 bikers/riders who sign up will get lunch. 
A cash-only separate food tent will be set up for those who don't register early.
 
This year, we will have a full merchandise tent with t-shirts, patches, and pins for sale.
All proceeds benefit the Steel Horse Rally Inc. charity. For more info, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
(Donations may be tax deductible; Consult your tax professional.)

Make a positive impact with Steel Horse Rally when you get official Steel Horse Rally gear! When you order official Steel Horse Rally items like pins, bandannas and helmet stickers, you're helping the Steel Horse Rally Inc. charity which is proud to honor all who serve and help our local charities and community. Whether you're looking for that perfect gift for someone else (or for yourself), get the gift that keeps on giving.

Hurry! Only a limited number of items are available in the official SHR Online Store: Click here to visit the SHR Online Store

Once these items are gone, they are gone. (There are limits on some items due to high demand and limited supply; Please call the office if you have questions). Some of the items currently available include:

  • Limited Edition 2021 and 2020 Steel Horse Rally Pins - metal pins proudly designed and made in the USA.
  • Steel Horse Rally Helmet Stickers - These heavy-duty stickers are tough and look good on more than just helmets.
  • Steel Horse Rally Seamless Bandannas - There are lots of ways to wear this versatile bandanna that's made out of soft, breathable material.
  • Official Steel Horse Rally Charity Cups - Get the first ever Steel Horse Rally Charity Cup in Rally Red!

Plus check out a variety of pins, patches, limited edition posters and more available for charitable donations (plus tax & standard USPS ground shipping on most items) in the official online store. You can also make a charitable donation to the Steel Horse Rally Inc. in honor of someone. Your charitable donation may be tax deductible; Consult your tax/financial expert for details. Most major credit cards and banks cards and PayPal accepted. Only a limited number of items are available, so hurry while supplies last. If you have any questions or need more information, visit the SHR Online Store or contact the Steel Horse Rally Office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (479) 414-3775.

 

The 2021 Steel Horse Rally roared back into downtown Fort Smith, Arkansas on May 7th & 8th and the charity motorcycle event returned with the largest attendance since the rally was established 7 years ago. The estimated attendance for the 2021 Steel Horse Rally is 125,000 to 130,000 people, with an estimated positive local economic impact of $19.6 Million. The motorcycle event, which is dedicated to all who serve and helps local charities, saw a marked increase in attendance from the 2019 Steel Horse Rally.

 “We are ecstatic with this year’s turnout for the Steel Horse Rally,” said SHR President Dennis Snow. “2020 was a very challenging year for us and we were grateful to be able to have the event this year. We did not know if the charity would be able to survive since we were unable to do the event or any other fundraising activities last year. But thanks to our board of directors, volunteers and sponsors, the 2021 Steel Horse Rally was a tremendous success. Because of these dedicated people, we not only had a successful charity event, but added three new additions this year.”

 The 2021 Steel Horse Rally debuted “Cops and Cones,” a motorcycle exhibition that featured Arkansas-based law enforcement riding their motorcycles through a challenging course of cones. This new event was hosted by the Fort Smith Police Department Motorcycle Unit and was a fun event for the entire family to watch.

 The second addition to this year’s event was the new entertainment stage located in the First National Bank Parking Lot at 6th Street and Garrison Ave. which was renamed “Steel Horse Alley” during the rally. This allowed attendees to park their motorcycles in the middle of Garrison Avenue and be within walking distance of the new entertainment stage, 70+ vendors, and the Cops and Cones.

 The third new aspect of the event was utilizing the Entertainment District. This newly enacted local ordinance allowed attendees to make a charitable donation for a specially designed bright red Steel Horse Rally charity cup that allowed patrons to walk on Garrison Avenue and throughout the Entertainment District with an alcoholic beverage. 100 percent of the donations from the cups go to four local charities: Antioch for Youth and Family, The Buddy Smith Veterans Home, the Fort Smith Museum of History and the Children’s Service League. Once all of the charitable donations for the cups are collected from local businesses who were official “Steel Horse Rally Charity Cup Locations,” the donations will be presented to the four charities by the Steel Horse Rally Inc. charity.

 Michael Crouch, Steel Horse Rally Board Member and co-owner of Old Fort Harley-Davidson, said, “We are excited to be a sponsor since Day One of the Steel Horse Rally. Our sales have increased every year and we expect this trend to continue!”

 Snow said much of the success of the Steel Horse Rally is because of the support of and cooperation with the Fort Smith Police Department.

 “We had zero arrests during the 2021 Steel Horse Rally,” said Captain Daniel Grubbs, Commander of Special Operations of the Fort Smith Police Department. “That’s a pretty amazing fact, considering the amount of people in attendance.”

 New Fort Smith Convention and Visitors Director, Tim Jacobsen had this to say about his first time experiencing the Steel Horse Rally: “The Steel Horse Rally generates exposure to the great destination of Fort Smith and creates experiences motorcyclists seek with the rolling hills and the scenic rides though the River Valley Region.”

 The Steel Horse Rally continued the tradition of crowd favorites like motorcycle racing at the Steel Horse Shootout at Tri-State Speedway in Pocola, OK. The starting location of the Steel Horse Rally Thunder Through the Valley Parade was changed due to storm damage to Fort Smith Park, but still had a record crowd and this year was led by motorcycle units from around the state.

 “We are proud to once again welcome a tremendous crowd to our great city,” said Fort Smith Mayor George McGill. “We are already looking forward to hosting this event May 6th & 7th, 2022.”

 Planning has already begun for next year’s Steel Horse Rally. Information is always available on the official Steel Horse webpage at www.TheSteelHorseRally.com (Photo courtesy of Joe Ward)

 

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.