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For those who have been on the 5-State Run over the past few years may have had the privilege of meeting Duke Ingraham. He was our oldest rider for many years in a row. It is with a sad heart to let you all know that he passed away at 93. He came on the Run in 2019 and completed it at 91 years young. Log into Facebook to start sharing and connecting with your friends, family, and people you know. 'Five State Run' 9 May 2020 Guymon, OK. Post by Kurt K ยป Sun Feb 09, 2020 4:43 pm FYI - Five State Poker Run. For the 18th Annual 5-State Run. We appreciate each. May 11, 2012 Poker Run - Guymon, OKLAHOMA - Friday, May 11, 2012 - Ride 300 miles through 5 states in one day. Check the event website below for more information and updates.

The Registration Form for the 2014 5 State Run, will be posted online closer to the Run date.

Winning hand will be $3,000, second place will be $1,500 and third place $1,000.

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2010 Run Report:

The 2010 5 State Run was held Saturday May 8th, 2010.

Over 900 bikes rode the 300 miles through Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, and Kansas for a chance to win the top prize of $3,000. Will Wooldridge of Oklahoma City claimed the top prize with a Full House, Aces over Sevens. Donna Parrish of Perry had a Full House, Jacks over 10s for a prize of $1,500 and a King High Flush was worth $500 to Barbara Stasyszen of Oklahoma City.

Duke Ingram from Oklahoma City was the oldest biker at 83 years while Cyan Rice of Guymon was the youngest passenger and 16-year-old Phillip Tugman of Locust Grove was the youngest rider on a 250 Honda Rebel. John Rhodd rode 1,600 miles from Richmond, VA to claim the 'I rode the furtherest prize.

Over 1,100 bikers enjoyed barbeques polish sausage and pork sandwiches at the end of the day. Lots of door prizes as well as cash prizes were given out. Vendors were on hand with motorcycle clothing, gear and gifts.

Attendees were able to view a bulletin board showing recipients who received donations from the funds raised in 2009. A lot of money was raised from this run and will be given to community members with medical or financial needs.
The Iron Thunder Motorcycle Club would like to thank all the bikers who come every year to enjoy the event and help us give back to the community. Photos from the run can be seen here.

We hope you enjoy the ride!

2009 Run Report:

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960 bikes and 1286 bikers came out to try their hand at poker during the 5-State Motorcycle Run on May 9, 2009. The big winner was Sharon Taylor from Oklahoma City with a Full House. Johnny Glassy of Perryton, TX had a Queen High Flush for second place and Leroy Hankins of Chickasha won third place with a King High Straight.

As bikers were waiting for their final punch and for their poker hand to be read at the Texas County Activity Center, they were treated to cold beverages and music by the young local band High Voltage.

Other winners included:
Longest distance rode: Nick Henderson, Denton, TX
Oldest Rider: Ivan Nance, Stinnett, TX, 85 years young, (his 5th consecutive year)
Youngest Passenger: Justin Hamilton, Holdenville, OK, 8 years old
Youngest Driver: Justin Lanning, Stratford, TX, 18 years old
50/50 Pot Lisa Williams of Shawnee, OK
Thousands of dollars in door prizes and cash prizes were also given away.

Southern Exposure was on hand taking photos of the bikers in the morning and afternoon, so go to www.bikerallyphotos.com to purchase your photo.

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New this year was the water stop at the Kenton Mercantile near Black Mesa. The ladies loved visiting the bikers and hoped the bikers enjoyed their brief stop to refresh and learn a little bit about the area.

We sincerely thank everyone who rode out to the Oklahoma Panhandle to participate in the 5-State Run. The money raised is given back to community members who have medical needs. In fact, it was reported during the run that a little girl Iron Thunder had donated to received word that a heart became available that day and she received the heart transplant on May 10. She is now doing fine and is at home recuperating. Your attendance at the 5-State Run allows us to be generous to those with medical and financial needs.

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The Iron Thunder Motorcycle Club hopes you had a great time and we want to see you again on Saturday, May 8, 2010!

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The Iron Thunder Motorcycle Club
Guymon, Oklahoma