The Polar Bear Grand Tour consists of 550 motorcycle riders who ride their motorcycles throughout the winter. They ride the Polar Bear Grand Tour throughout the winter season each Sunday to points within NJ, NY, PA, DE, and CT. These polar bear riders have nothing to do with the other polar bears who are often found in the water in groups for special occasions.
We have an optional on-line registration process for the 2014-2015 upcoming Polar Bear Grand Tour season. We don't have any way for you to pay on-line but we can supply you with a registration form that you can fill out and automatically e-mail to us. You still have to send in your check for the registration fees.
This registration form can also be used for new members thereby minimizing some of the confusion that occurs at the beginning of the season as we sign-up new members along with old members.
This on-line process also works for smartphone or tablet use. You'll find the form at the bottom of this page on your smartphone or tablet.
If you don't want to send the information on-line, you are free to print the form or use the one printed in the Polar Bear Grand Tour Newsletter, fill it out the old fashioned way, and mail it in along with your payment.
Polar Bear statues depicted on this Web site were part of a private collection by Jane Ann Kern. Jane, my wife of 47 years and Polar Bear rider of her own trike, died August 31, 2008 in an automobile accident.
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Website last updated March 2, 2014.