Black Hills Cruiser Classic

Update regarding the Black Hills Cruiser Classic 2020

After discussion by the Board of Directors and review of current guidelines from the CDC we have regretfully decided that holding the Black Hills Cruiser Classic 2020 is not feasible this year.  If you have made your own reservations at the campground they are still valid unless you notify the campground to cancel.  We hope to see you all next year!


Perry Rupp (President)













Black Hills Cruiser Classic
July 15-19, 2020


Click HERE to sign the 2020 BHCC Online Waiver

We have added a new optional event, read below for details.

 Please NOTE: registration will be capped at 50 vehicles.

Headquarters/camping will be at Hidden Valley Campground.  All types of camping sites (full hookup sites, electric/water sites,  & tent sites) are available. We reserve the entire campground for our event and you may select a site when registering.

If you wish to reserve a camping cabin you must call Hidden Valley Campground and reserve that at your own expense as they are not included with the registration for Classic.  Please call 605-578-1342 to reserve a camping cabin.  Mention that you are with the Black Hills Cruiser Classic to receive a 10% discount.

To aid in ordering of event shirts and meals, registration after July 1, 2020 will be charged a $75 late registration fee.  Please take note and register early to attend!

Have questions or just want to let us know you’re coming?
2020 Black Hills Cruiser Classic Thread on
Registration: Brian Fletcher – 605-431-5820

This year we will be hosting an optional overnight run to our event.  This run will leave Wednesday morning (prior to the official start of the Black Hills Cruiser Classic) from Hidden Valley Campground.  We’ll travel over 200 miles on dirt/gravel trails, see active fire towers, visit some swimming holes to cool off in, top several peaks, and spend a night primitive camping in the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota.  Bump-It Offroad out of Greeley, CO will be hosting a camp dinner for the overnight participants Wednesday night.  All other meals are on your own.  You’ll be responsible for bringing your own camping gear, water, and other supplies you deem necessary.  This is a trip into the southern Black Hills where Classic participants rarely get to go due to the remoteness from the event campground.  Space will be limited, but those that join will be in for a treat.  Cost is $75.00 in addition to your Black Hills Cruiser Classic registration.  Once registered you will receive individual confirmation and instructions.  Any additional questions please contact Cody at (605) 431-3660.


2020 Event Registration

(Includes 3 days of trail rides, dash plaque, Event t-shirt & Raffle Ticket)

Registration before July 1, 2020 – $175.00
Registration after July 1, 2020 – $250.00

Camping Fee — $65.00 (Includes 4 nights of camping with excellent facilities)
Additional Passengers/campers — $50.00 (includes 4 nights of camping and Event Dinner)

Cancellations prior to July 1 will be refunded after the Classic minus a $20 administration fee. Cancellations after July 1 are non-refundable. Registration transfers will be accepted.

Click HERE to register


No alcohol permitted on the trail; no firearms permitted in camp or on the trail.

The trail leader is responsible for the conduct of the trail ride and his/her decisions are final. Trail leaders can disqualify any vehicle due to lack of ability to complete the trail. If you leave a trail ride before the conclusion, you must contact the trail leader before leaving. CB radio is used by trail leaders to facilitate the trail ride. Foul language is not permitted.

Vehicle technical inspections will be conducted for required safety and trail equipment. Drive responsibly to protect the environment and only where motorized vehicles are permitted. All participants must abide by U.S. Forest Service/Badlands National Park rules and regulations. Do not take items from historic sites; leave history for all to enjoy.

Make sure you always maintain visual contact with the vehicles around you on trail rides. Stop and wait for the vehicle behind you if you lose sight.

All vehicles must be street legal, licensed, four wheel drives. Have your own liability insurance. The BHCC is not responsible for accidents, damage, or injury to persons or vehicles. All drivers must be legally licensed and are responsible for the occupants of that vehicle. No motorcycles, three wheelers, ATVs, etc., will be allowed at any time.

Each vehicle must have a fire extinguisher, first aid kit and comply with TLCA safety requirements. A CB, tools, hi-lift jack, winch and spare parts are recommended.


Wednesday July 15th

5:00 – 7:00 pm Check-in/technical inspection
7:30 pm Classic Welcome and Driver’s Briefing

Thursday July 16th

7:00 – 8:00 am Late check-in and technical inspection
8:00 – 9:00 am Trail rides depart – Day 1

Friday July 17th

 8:00 – 9:00 am Trail rides depart – Day 2

Saturday, July 18th

 8:00 – 9:00 am Trail rides depart – Day 3
 6:30 pm Event dinner and raffle

Sunday, July 19th

Pack up, head home, and plan for next year’s Classic



Black Hills National Forest Trail Permits required for ALL participating vehicles
Annual and 7-Day Permits are now available ONLINE.
We suggest purchasing your vehicle permit in advance by using the link below.
Annual Permit $25.00/ 7-Day Permit $20.00


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