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Official MCR18 Registration Thread - Event: Sept 11-15
« on: May 05, 2019, 01:46:01 PM »
Welcome to our 18th Marlin Crawler Round Up Event!
Sept 11-15, 2019 - Rubicon Springs, California
Online Event Registration

Hellllllllllllo Crawler Fans World-wide!! MCR18 Registration is now open and we have two new features!

(1) NEW for 2019:
For the first time in event history we have ported our decade-old PDF Registration Flyer to our website! This platform provides a future for a smooth and improved Round-Up registration experience which we will fully leverage for next year's event!

NEW ONLINE REGISTRATION: MarlinCrawler.com/MCR

How the new Online Registration works:
  • Proceed through Registration by using the navigation buttons at the bottom of each Step
  • Your Registration will be added to your Shopping Cart on our Store website
  • From there you MUST check-out through the website in order for your registration to be paid for and submitted!
    • Guest check-out is available / Store account not required
Registration via Fax/Paper Flyer is still available by using PDF Flyer listed in the top-right corner of the new Online Registration page.

(2) NEW for 2019:
We are now supporting the Rubicon Trail department of El Dorado County by splitting event proceeds 50/50 between the Rubicon Trail Foundation and the Rubicon Trail Park's Department! Both organizations have committed 100% of Round-Up proceeds for the Rubicon Trail, and we will have representatives from both the Rubicon Trail Foundation and the El Dorado Park's Department on-site to field any question about funding and how your raffle proceeds will be used to improve the future health of the Rubicon Trail!

Rubicon Trail Foundation
rubicontrailfoundation.org

How Funds are used:
Helicopter / Friends Of The Rubicon / Educational /
volunteer support, liaison for El Dorado & Tahoe Counties,
obtaining approval for projects, purchasing supplies to
maintain the trail, and on-going access to RTF Property.




                 
El Dorado County's Rubicon Trail Division
edcgov.us/Government/Rubicon

How Funds are used:
Comprehensive Rubicon Trail maintenance and repair projects
(see impressive below links) as well as providing free
Wag Bag and Spill Kits for all Rubicon Trail users.

Official 2019 Rubicon Project List (PDF)
Official 2018 Rubicon Project Report (PDF)




Welcome to the Marlin Crawler Round-Up
The Marlin Crawler Round-Up is one of the largest Toyota-based trail-ride events in the world. Held every fall on the world-famous Rubicon trail, the Round-Up has developed into the premiere trail-ride sponsor for the Rubicon Trail Foundation (RTF), a federally recognized non-profit organization dedicated to the future health of the Rubicon trail (see http://rubicontrail.org for more info).

Unique Customer Appreciation Experience
This event was first held in the fall of 2001 as a way for Marlin to thank his customers for their support and trust in his products. It was a simple, free event & included a BBQ lunch. After 2003, our appreciation was expanded to include the efforts of the Rubicon Trail Foundation. The event has seen tremendous growth ever since!

Each year participants from the Marlin Crawler Community take on the grueling 17-mile Rubicon trail on an epic journey to the beautiful and historic Springs Campground. Part of the uniqueness and excitement of the event is how members from our large online community forum come together for the first time, putting faces to usernames and getting to see Build Projects in person. The event has attracted forum members from as far away as Florida & Hawaii, as well as international members from Canada, Denmark, Germany, and Australia! But the event isn’t only for Marlin Crawler forum members and Toyota owners! Rigs of all bolt sizes are always on hand and are sure to turn heads! If your rig is Rubicon-capable, then please register today! We’d love to wheel the ‘Con with ya!

Come join the fun!
On Saturday afternoon, Sept 14th 2019, we will be celebrating our 18th year of giving back to the Rock Crawling community. Whether you enter the trail from Loon Lake or from Tahoe Lake, get ready for an event to remember!

•   2.5-mile Nature Hike with Marlin himself
•   Helicopter Rides (to be confirmed)
•   Mechanics Repair Station
           
•   Horseshoe Tournament
•   Frisbee Golf Tournament
•   R/C Rock Crawl Competition

We are planning a delicious Tri-tip dinner, Award Ceremony, a RTF-benefiting Raffle, and a multi-item Grand Prize Marlin Crawler Raffle. All proceeds from this event will be donated to the RTF. To date, $127,139 has been raised and donated by this event to the Rubicon Trail!

Come join the fun at this year's 18th-annual Marlin Crawler Round-Up!


Event Schedule:

Wednesday & Thursday:
BigMike's 3rd annual TacoBox Run
* Marlin Crawler TacoBox-equipped vehicle required!
Run Details & Schedule listed in registration.

Friday:
1p – 5p   Registration booth open at Springs Campground (come pick-up your registration packet!)
1p – 5p   Raffle Ticket sales

Saturday:
The Main Event!
10a – 5p   Registration booth open (come pick-up your registration packet!)
10a – 7p   Raffle Ticket sales
10a      Frisbee Golf Tournament
12p      Horseshoe Tournament
12p      Helicopter Rides (TO BE CONFIRMED)
1p      2.5 mile Nature Hike with Marlin (starts from Registration Booth)
2p      R/C Rock Crawl Competition (TO BE CONFIRMED)
5p      Dinner Starts :meal:
7p      Raffle Starts
9p      Event is officially over! Enjoy the bonfire, music, and socializing with fellow gear heads just as crazy as you!

Pro Tip: Saturday Night Exit Strategy:
Many choose to leave and night-wheel to either Buck Island or the top of Cadillac to set-up camp for the night. This makes for a FAR more relaxing and enjoyable Sunday exit. Even if you are not in a hurry Sunday morning, it is fun to get ahead and wave rigs farewell as they pass through. If you take this night-wheel'n suggestion, plan ahead to be sober at the end of the event before getting into your truck. Night-wheeling is a lot of fun but also challenging, especially through two of the harder parts of the Rubicon (Cadillac Hill or Big Sluice). Please be well prepared and extra patient. Don't risk an unnecessary late-night injury to yourself, your truck, or the trail because you were tired and it was dark. Remember, you chose to night-wheel so respect and enjoy the extra challenges! In our opinion this is a highly fun way to add memories to the event and we strongly recommend caravaning for safety, support, and spotting. :driving:

Sunday:
Marlin's 63rd Birthday! :party:
5a      Early birds get out relaxed :turtle3: with ease :hattip: and with time to grab a rewarding lunch in Tahoe or Placerville. :beerchug:
8a      It's a traffic jam! :willynilly:
10a    If you are still in the springs at this time then we recommend waiting until after noon to leave. Just relax, make a nice lunch, walk your campsite for any left behind trash, and enjoy the quiet & beautiful nature around you :thumbs:
         Have a safe time exiting the trail and driving back home!

Sunday Exit Strategy:
As mentioned above, because the Springs Campground is situated between two of the more difficult sections of all Rubicon, Cadillac Hill to the north and The Big Sluice to the south, traffic backs-up quickly. To make matters worse, there are multiple narrow sections such that if one truck breaks down then no one is moving until it's fixed. If this is your first time attending a Rubicon event of this magnitude then take note: The raffle will end after dark and the bonfire will still be kindling warm long after midnight. If you have a long drive to get home Sunday night then we implore you to be back on the trail before 6am. Be responsible with your time: Partying until 2am with your alarm clock set for 5am is a recipe for disaster.

:camping: :meal: :wave:
Official Run CB Channel: CH 10



Marlin Crawler does NOT support any type of Trail Abuse or any kind of Ignorance to our Natural Resources and Public Roads. We advise ALL attendees to please print out and follow the Rubicon Trail Ethics and Tread Lightly Principles. Respect the land that we have and those who care for and work hard to keep our Public Land open to the Public! Any violations of the Trail Ethics and Tread Lightly Principles may result in serious and possible legal repercussions.

Thank you for Treading Lightly at every Marlin Crawler Round Up!

      
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Registered. Can't wait, been a few years now. Looking forward to seeing you all again. Come on Tacobox order Haha.
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