Rules are easy... The "Tag" can be any object. It will be the object directly behing the bike in the photo. #1 - Find the tag and reproduce the photo (as best as possible). The first person to post a found tag gets to place the next tag. If you get a photo, but somebody else posts their picture first, you lose. #2 - Go to a new location and park your bike in front of something, get the photo and post it here. Give a few hints so the next person can figure out where the tag is located. Try to place the tags in interesting locations, maybe a bit of history that can be found down some nice twisties. #3 - Tag must be a) findable and b) may be placed on a dirt road if a street bike can make it. Maintained gravel is OK, but make sure to let folks know that gravel is required to get to your tag. We don't want to exclude those who don't like to get dirty. #4 - File photos are NOT permitted. You gotta ride to play this game. #5 - Your bike has to be in the TAG picture #6 - cannot re-tag Garden state tags #7 - picture must be taken from the correct end/side..... when possible Best practices would include: - getting a couple of potential tag pics if you're not sure you have an "original" (will save you a special trip when you mistakenly retag) - not delaying "too long" before posting the new tag- especially when the weather is nice and/or on holidays or weekends when more people are more available. - try to keep away from potentially dangerous conditions like busy intersections - take the time to get a good photo/composition - provide the location in a post after your tag is "gotten" so Steve can update the list. BOUNDRIES ***ATTENTION*** THE FIRST PERSON TO POST THE PICTURE IS THE HOLDER OF THE TAG AND GETS TO PICK THE NEW TAG. walters tag map NEW TAG>>>> This high banked third-mile paved oval that has been hosting exciting racing events for the past 59 years! The picture i really wanted to use is questionable since it might be considered tresspassing so i will use it extra credit. a steet bike wont be able to get this one.