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Steel Horse Rally Poker Run & Fun Run

The Official Steel Horse Rally Poker Run & Fun Run give you an opportunity to  enjoy the best motorcycle roads in Western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma, while helping Steel Horse Rally charities.

The 4th Annual Public Guardians LEMC

Poker Run

Official Event of the 2018 Steel Horse Rally
Friday, May 4th, 2018

Enjoy great motorcycle roads on western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma on this scenic ride, plus cash prizes for the best and worst hands. The first 50 RIDERS will receive a Public Guardian LEMC Supporter ride patch. Proceeds from the ride benefit the Steel Horse Rally Inc.


Registration from 10:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. at The Sound Room, 817 Garrison Ave., downtown Fort Smith, Ark.

Last Bike/Group will leave at 1 p.m.

There will be a prize for the best and worst hand!  Plus, the first 50 RIDERS will receive a Public Guardians LEMC Supporter ride patch.

Cost is $20 per bike, $5 for extra hand, and extra cards are $5. A portion of the proceeds benefit the Steel Horse Rally Inc.

Tour Western Arkansas and Eastern Oklahoma on this scenic ride!

The Steel Horse Rally has expanded into two states and so has this incredible ride! The route will go through eastern Oklahoma and northwest Arkansas. More details coming soon. (Motorcycle helmets are not required in either state for adults over the age of 21). All bikes must be back at the Sound Room by 5:30 p.m. For more info e-mail:

About the Public Guardians LEMC

The Public Guardians is a a non profit group of Police, Fire, EMS, Veterans, Military and Medical professionals that raise money for public service charities.They are a Public Service/Family orientated Motorcycle Club and the Fort Smith Chapter is the founding chapter. They do not claim any territory; The city and state rockers on the back of the vest represent the communities and states where they serve. Membership to Public Guardians LEMC is open to all men and woman in a Public Service related professions, active or retired Law Enforcement, Fire Fighters, EMT, Corrections, Military, Veterans, Medical Professionals and select civilians who are 100% law abiding and enjoy riding.

The Route: From the Sound Room at 817, Garrison Ave., take Garrison Ave./Hwy 64 west over the Arkansas River and stay on Hwy 64 to Sallisaw. The first stop will be in Sallisaw. Then, take Hwy 59 north out of Sallisaw to Stillwell. The Second Stop will be in Stillwell. Take Hwy 59 back south about one mile to Hwy 100.  Take Hwy 100 east into Arkansas to AR Hwy 59. Take Hwy 59 South to Van Buren. The third stop will be in Van Buren. Take Hwy 40 west back into Oklahoma to the Dora exit. Take Dora Cutoff (Highway 64D) south back to Hwy 64. Take Hwy 64 east back across the river into downtown Fort Smith on Garrison Ave., with the final stop being back at the Sound Room. (When registering, riders will receive a detailed map and directions that include the list of stops).

Natural Dam, just off of Hwy 59.
A beautiful ride through the rolling hills in western Oklahoma.

The Local Law Enforcement Fun Run 


Ride with local Law Enforcement for a Fun Run around Thunder Loop
Saturday, May 5th, 2018
Registration at 9am – Kickstands up at 10am
$15 per bike Donation


Pre-Register online at:

Starting at: Hooters, 6401 Rogers Ave. Fort Smith

Ending at: Fort Smith Park, Riverfront Drive, Fort Smith

All Riders Welcome!

Hooters will be serving a $5 pancake Breakfast during registration

The Route: Riding from the Hooters to the Oark General Store. From there, we will ride to Fort Smith Park, the staging area for the Thunder Through the Valley Parade to downtown Fort Smith. We will make a stop at the Valero on Hwy 23 both going and returning. Stops will be limited to 15 minutes for fuel and restroom breaks. We have a lot of miles to cover! All proceeds will benefit The Steel Horse Rally and the Fort Smith Fraternal Order of Police! For more info, e-mail

For more details, click here

The historic bridge over the Mulberry River at Turner Bend.
The Oark General Store in Oark, AR: The oldest store in Arkansas. It currently has a restaurant, hand-dipped ice cream & homemade pies.