18th Annual Marlin Crawler Round-Up (Rubicon Springs Campground, Sept 14, 2019)

BigMike

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We'd like to create this unofficial thread on Mud for all things Round-Up related! (Click here for Official MCR18 Discussion Thread). The main event for this year's Round-Up will be held at the Rubicon Springs Campground on Saturday, Sept 14, 2019.

For the first time in event history we now have Online Registration which is fulfilled by our website. We are also now helping spread Rubicon support across both the Rubicon Trail Foundation and El Dorado County's Rubicon Trail Parks Division. Both organizations are committed to the future health of the Rubicon trail and will have representatives from both organizations at the event on Saturday to answer any questions about how event proceeds are used.

This is a non-profit event with donations to date totaling $127,139 for the Rubicon Trail!!

To view examples of how ticket sales and donations are used,
Click here (PDF) to view a list of El Dorado County's 2019 projects, and
Click here (PDF) for a comprehensive El Dorado County Rubicon Report from 2018

If you have any questions about the Marlin Crawler Round-up, then please post up and I'll be happy to answer them as best I can!

Click here for Official Round-Up Registration @ MarlinCrawler.com/MCR



Can't wait for another AWESOME MCR EVENT!!

Regards,
BigMike
 
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BigMike

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Here comes some additional info and media from recent past events!

Registration cost: $70
Includes:
  • Grand Prize Ticket (if registered before 7/31),
  • Tri-tip Dinner,
  • Event Shirt,
  • Camp Pass, &
  • Dash Plaque
Registration ENDS July 31!

This is a Marlin Crawler Customer Appreciation Event, but any vehicle that can manage the Rubicon is welcomed, Toyota or not!

Average number of vehicles: Over 200
Average number of attendees: Over 300

MCR16 Video Review


MCR17 Video Review
Includes historic commentary from Springs landowner Steve Morris and Marlin Czajkowski





























100% of all event proceeds support the Rubicon Trail!

Click for event details: MarlinCrawler.com/MCR

 
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