How It All Began

In the fall of 2007 a group of local motorcycle enthusiasts began discussing the next year's upcoming riding events and noticed there seemed to be a drought of events in north eastern Alberta.

Various ideas were bounced around and finally it was decided that we should hold a rally here in Two Hills and dedicate it to the memory of all fallen riders. It was further decided that we should use the event to create a monument to the fallen.

On February 20th, 2008, the idea was proposed to the Two Hills Economic Development Committee where it received unanimous support. That was the birth of the Run to the Hills Memorial Rally. It is our plan to construct a substantial monument and park near the junction of Highway 45 and Veteran's Highway here in Two Hills within the next three years and turn our event into one of the biggest in this region.

We have been receiving overwhelming support from the local community and riders from as far away as Prince George and Prince Albert have expressed an interest in attending. We hope that you be able to join us as it promises to be the rally event of the summer.


A special thanks goes out to the Busted Knuckle Chronicles, the CMTA and the Northeast Alberta Motorcycle Tourism Assn.