Have a question about the Rally? Maybe the answer is here....

What does it cost to attend the Rally?

Registration at the event is $35 for members and $45 for non-members. However you can save money by registering early as follows:
 
 Member non-Member
 Online Mail-in

 Pre-Registration

    
 Jan 1 - April 30
$20 $35 ✔︎
✔︎
 May 1 - 31
$30
$45  ✔︎  
 June 1 - June 14
$35$50
 ✔︎ 

 Registration at Rally

$30 $45    

 Day Pass at gate

$10 $10
   
Hint: as a CVMG member, you can save money by adding your spouse as an Associate member for just 5 dollars a year, which saves money for this registration.

Looks like the Day Pass is cheaper.  Why not just get that?

If you are coming to see the bikes during daylight hours and don't want to bring in a vehicle, sell stuff, camp overnight or participate in any of the activities, then a day pass is perfect

Do I have to pay for my kids?

If you're registering for the Rally, your children under 18 get in free.  Children must be registered and will be required to wear the wrist band
If you're a day visitor, children 12 and under get in free.
All children must be accompanied at all times by an adult.

I need to get into the Rally site early to setup

If you have pre-registered, you can enter the site from 9AM Friday.  Otherwise, entry to the Rally site starts at noon Friday, once registration opens in the Main Hall.

How do I pre-register?

Click here to pre-register for the Rally.

Is this rally child-friendly?

Yes this is a family event – rules of conduct are enforced, bad behavior will not be tolerated.

Can I bring a dog?

Yes, as long as it is well behaved and kept on a leash at all times. 

What are the rules of conduct?

Every Rally participant, including volunteers, committee members, campers and visitors deserves to be treated with respect.  No one should ever be subjected to verbal or physical abuse. Racism, prejudice, rude or drunken behavior will not be tolerated. The Rally Committee, in its sole discretion, will deal with such incidents as necessary to provide a safe and pleasant environment for all.

Click here to see the rules.

Can I bring my bike in and put a for-sale sign on it?

Yes, if you are registered as a Rally participant.

Can I bring my bike in if I pay for a day pass at the gate?

No.  The day visitor gate fee is for personal entry only.

What happens on Friday?

The rally starts at noon Friday and runs until Sunday afternoon.  There's plenty to do, click here to check the schedule.

Is the swap meet going on at the same time as the Rally?

Yes

What day is the best time to come for the swap meet?

Friday noon, Saturday and Sunday morning.

Will there be parts for my 1949 Indian?

Only if someone has them for sale.

I am a vendor. Do I have to register my helper as a Rally participant?

Yes, if the helper is staying on site.  Everyone must be registered. If your helpers are staying off site then they can come in for the day by paying the day visitor gate fee each day when the gate opens and must leave the site that evening (note: Day Gate opens at noon on Friday, 8 AM Saturday and Sunday).
Check here for more information for vendors.

I have a food truck.  Can I put it on the Rally site and sell food?

Food sales are restricted to the pre-approved food vendors on site.  For further information on becoming a food vendor, please contact parisrally@cvmg.ca.

I understand there is a horse track.  Can I ride my bike on it?

No, No, No riding on the track. And while I am at it no stunt riding on the Rally site

Are there electrical hookups for those camping?

There are a limited number of electrical outlets available at the site.  We will accommodate as many requests for electrical hookups as possible, with preference given to those with medical needs. Please reserve one by emailing parisrally@cvmg.ca

I would like to stay for the dinner Saturday. Can I get a vegetarian meal?

As long as you let us know ahead of time. Please indicate it on your registration, email parisrally@cvmg.ca, or at the very least let someone know when you are picking up your registration pack, in time for the chef to prepare it.

If I pre-register and can not come to the Rally can I get my money back?

No refunds for rally registrations. Dinner tickets are non-refundable as well but you can request to have these be given to someone else. Rally T-shirts are set aside and you can make arrangements to pick it up or have them mailed.


If you didn't find your question here, please email

parisrally@cvmg.ca

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