As the Rush to Gold Bridge awoke for the third and final day, it was bitter sweet. We had one more day of fantastic roads to enjoy with each other, but it was the last day. Great friends would be saying goodbye before dinner. A couple of our guests, or their cars rather, decided that […]
On each of our classic car adventures, it’s not uncommon to see cars being worked on in the parking lot. Most cars get a quick check over at the end of the day to confirm things are alright, and others get a little deeper into their tool box. Our Spring events seem to have more […]
“Uh oh,” I said to Mark as he was driving, “this road is getting thinner, not bigger.” As the organizer of an ambitious gravel-road adventure for classic cars, the last thing you want to be is lost. But lost I was… The Rush to Gold Bridge (R2GB) is our annual event that mixes a love […]
The Rush to Gold Bridge has always been about great friends exploring new destinations and roads. Our 2012 event was all about visiting Gold Bridge, a unique and cool destination on the map that Dave & Warwick had never been to. It certainly helped that there was an amazing road along the way! For 2013 […]
We know some of you have been hitting refresh/F5 all day…but the wait is over! 2014 Fall Freeze and 2014 Rush to Gold Bridge entry information have now been posted. We’ve written all-new Supplementary Regulations for each event, and ask that you please be sure to read through the document. It will clear up any questions […]
Forty degrees Celcius (104F) is hot no matter which way you slice it. When you’re trying to take classic cars up a British Columbia mountain side on a twisty, exposed dirt road on the hottest day of the year it will put even the best radiator and cooling systems to the test.