Boaterz n Bikerz of America Hull of a Tour returns

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The fifth edition of Boaterz n Bikerz of America Hull of a Tour 5 will take place May 5 through 11 with the Dragon’s Roar, a ride through the Great Smoky Mountains that will include the Tail of the Dragon roadway. The group will headquarter at the Iron Horse Motorcycle Lodge & Resort in Robbinsville, N.C., and conduct day rides through the area.

Marine industry companies supporting the tour include title sponsor Evinrude/BRP, Soundings Trade Only, Sea Tow and Kenton Smith Marketing. This year’s boat sponsor is Malibu Boats, which will host a celebration lunch on the water with boat rides. New sponsors for this year are Jim Kreuger Photographry, Boogey Lights and Born to Ride magazine.

“We are very excited to sponsor this year’s hull of a tour,” Andy Lindstrom, Evinrude regional sales manager, said in a statement. “Besides, BRP also owns the Sea-Doo and CanAm Spyder powersports brands, so our partnership with Boaterz n Bikerz of America is a perfect fit for our recreational lifestyle.”

Boaterz n Bikerz of America is limited to boating-industry members and their sponsored guests. Group motorcycle riding experience is recommended. Other than a rider’s expenses and provisions, there is no fee to participate and advance registration is required.

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