The guided ride typically covers 500-600 miles over 2 riding days. Plan to arrive Friday evening, ride Saturday, ride Sunday and depart Monday morning.
We seek out challenging winding roads, scenic vistas, and classic biker hangouts. We will occasionally post up at the best stretches of roads to take time to repeatedly lap. The CS team is committed to delivering the best ride routes you have ever seen. We will travel in packs of 5-6, each led by an experienced ride leader.
Joining the group ride is by no means mandatory. If you want to do your own thing, just let us know!
A printed ride plan, itinerary, and GPX files will be provided to all riders.
Registration is $50, which secures your spot on the ride. Ride cost is typically in the $300-$350 range, which includes:
We work hard to keep CornerSlayer as affordable and accessible as possible. That means basic accommodations, lively cookouts, and frosty cheap beer. Camaraderie is at the heart of the ethos and there's no better way to get to know your fellow CornerSlayers. See our 2024 Rules and Terms for the details.
Motorcycles 250cc and above are welcome. There is no price cap!
Bikes must be safe, reliable, street-legal, and insured!
Nope. The focus here is sport touring riding, group camaraderie, and great food!
Similarly to Reliability Rally events, we strive to find clean, safe, and inexpensive lodging at amazing locations. Group camaraderie is a priority, so we look for places that keep us all close together.
In an effort to keep things affordable, we provide group sleeping accommodations. Everyone will have their own bed; however, rooms, cabins, etc. will be shared.
Let us know if you are joining with a friend, and we will do our best to pair you in the same lodging space!
Things happen out on the road. We will work to get you and your bike back to home base, however, this is not guaranteed and should not be relied upon. It is highly recommended that you test-ride your bike hundreds of miles.
Unlike the Reliability Rally, CornerSlayer does not provide a chase vehicle or the Scooter of Shame. Plan accordingly!