Sierra Stake Out 2 | Ticket Transfers & FAQ


We wanted to make this as easy as we possibly could, so here is a step by step guide on how to transfer your tickets to Sierra Stake Out 2 to a happy camper who may have missed out. Make sure to read the FAQ on the bottom as it will answer all questions you might ponder on this.

1.       Find your ticket confirmation in your inbox.  If you bought through Facebook, the ticket confirmation went to the email that you used to create your Facebook page. Open it up and scroll down to the bottom to where you see “login” and click it.


2.       Click the on your tickets. A new page will pop up with an option to edit. The edit button in the upper right hand corner.



3.       Now you can add the new ticker holder’s first name, last name, and email address. Double check you have entered all information correctly for the new ticket holder.  Don’t forget to click the “SEND NEW CONFIRMATION TO ATTENDEE” box.

DOH! I don't see an edit button?!

That is because you are not the original buyer. In that case, email for help. We will require consent from original buyer + the first name, last name, and email address of the new attendee.

DOH! I Have or have bought 2 tickets in the same name and want to put the other one in someone else's name!

Sorry. When a buyer buys more than one ticket in their name on the same order, the eventbrite system will not let anyone, including us, transfer them to multiple people. This is clearly stated on our FAQ.  If you bought two tickets off someone and they are now both in your name, only YOU can pick both up at gate and YOU will have to hand off the 2nd ticket to the other person. Hope you're not waiting too long for them to show up. 


4.       Confirm with ticket buyer that they have received confirmation.

5.       Congrats! You have successfully transferred your ticket(s) to the SSO 2.


Can I sell my passenger ticket to a motorcyclist / sell my motorcyclist ticket to a passenger?

You sure can! Do not worry about changing the ticket type from motorcyclist to a passenger and vice versa, you’ll be fine as both Motorcyclist and Passenger tickets get you into the event. There is no special treatment for either ticket, it's simply a way for us to plan on space via how many motos will be on site. 

I need a parking pass for my 4 wheel vehicle and you are out! What do I do?

Sadly you are SOL unless you can find one for sale from another attendee. We simply do not have room for any more vehicles on the property. Ride your bike or carpool with someone who has a parking pass.

When is the last day to transfer my tickets?

You have until July 27th 12:00 pm sharp to transfer. After that, we go to print and won’t be able to adjust for any special cases as we’ve ran out of time to assist you. Please do not DM, email, smoke signal, rant or rave, if you have missed this deadline because it won’t help your “just this one time favor” request.

How will I know my tickets got transferred to me or to the new ticket holder?

As the seller, you are 100% responsible for ensuring the new ticket holder has the tickets in their name reflected on their driver’s license. Make sure you enter their first name, last name, and their email correctly and have them confirm they received the tickets in their name. Buyer, make sure these are in your name as we go off a guest list and not printed tickets.

What kind of payment does the seller /buyer needs to use for the transfer?

That’s up to you both to determine. We are not involved in any transactions between buyer and seller and highly suggest that the seller confirms payment has been made before executing a transfer.

How do I find out if anyone can’t go and needs to offload their tickets?

Post on our facebook page or instagram. We will be doing a few posts closer to the events asking if anyone has tickets to sell to help out here. Comment under these posts with how many you are looking for and DM away!


For those of you who like to know a little more about what you just got yourself into, look no further. Give this a good read, review our rules and regs for the event, and also take a quick look at the FAQ. If you can't find it here or there, feel free to email We are happy to answer any questions you have prior to arrival.

SHELTER: Our campsite is sectioned off in the Cisco Grove Campgrounds. Our area has tons of shade, so bring your tents and hammocks. Every spot is beautiful so you really can't lose. 

WATER: Running water is everywhere and is drinkable from tap since it comes from a private spring fed well. We suggest bringing a refillable bottle. 

TOILETS & SHOWERS: We do have real toilets and showers in our section. We've also brought in more than enough port-o-potties to sprinkle around the campgrounds to help make it easier on our guests. These portos have scheduled cleanings so no dump runneth over! 

FOOD: We have Pie for the People on site with food for purchase so you don't have to go off foraging the wilderness. They will be vending various pizzas, roasted veggies, salads, and some sort of desert that we've never heard of before but sounds delicious. 

ADULT DRINKS: We do have a free 805 and Sailor Jerry each night until it runs out (and it probably will at some point). Our good friends Java a Go Go will be vending coffee, espresso drinks, and will have a full bar with mixed drinks for purchase. The $ from the bar goes to charity so oddly your drinking will do some good for once! You are also allowed to bring in what you want, but we kindly ask NO GLASS! The Campstore at the entrance sells can beer, water, fishing stuff, ice, water, energy drinks, snacks, bread, sandwich meat, and canned foods if you are wanting that hobo experience. 

FIRES: Despite all the water we got this year, the state of California is still insanely flammable. We will have burn barrels in the main area but sadly NO FIRES, HOT COALS, ETC can be lit other than these. We have off duty fire fighters patrolling so please respect this rule and don't make it hard on these guys as they are just trying to keep the Sierras from burning down. 

CHECKING IN & WRISTBAND PROCESS: When you pull up to the address for the event you will be flagged into a parking lot right before the kiosk to the campground in order to sign in. Here's what follows: 

  • You'll sign a waiver
  • We'll check your ID to verify age and confirm your ticket(s)
  • We'll give you a wristband to put on for access to the event
  • You'll get a raffle ticket (everyone gets one, so the odds will be equal!)
  • We'll set you up with a schedule of events and some info on the routes we suggest exploring.

Once you are sorted, hop on your moto, make sure your wristband is visible, and stop at the kiosk leading into the park. No need to turn off bike, once they see your wristband, they will be putting another band on your handlebars to show you already signed in so you can now come and go as you please. Each time you come back into camp, you must slow and show your wristband. This kiosk is manned 24/7 so you will have no issues. The campstore is on the left just past the kiosk. You can't miss it if you want to get some extra supplies or libations on the way in.

Take the main road into the campground for about a half mile and then follow the black and white directional signs towards our private area for the Sierra Stake Out. Cars will be sectioned off from motorcycles and all camping will be first come first serve. All spots are beautiful so don't stress, you'll be stoked. 

Schedule of Events

Nothing is better than riding all day and then partying in the woods with your friends at night. Here is our schedule of events:

Friday, July 21st

Gates Open 2:00PM 

Pie for the People | Food for Purchase 4:00PM - 8:00PM

Campfires in burn barrels lit in Main Area Only 8:00PM - 11:00PM

Karaoke Contest 8:00PM - 9:30PM

Dance Party 9:30PM - 11:00PM

FREE 805 & Sailor Jerry 5:00PM -  ? while supplies last

Bar with Drinks for Purchase Open 5:00PM - 10:00PM

Saturday, July 22nd

Coffee & Espresso for Purchase 6:00AM - 10:00AM

Breakfast for Purchase 7:00AM - 10:00AM


Merch Sales 3:00PM - 7:00PM (we do have limited supplies, so get there early if buying a patch or shirt is a priority)

Pie for the People | Food for Purchase 4:00PM - 8:00PM

FREE 805 & Sailor Jerry 5:00PM -  ? while supplies last

Bar with Drinks for Purchase Open 5:00PM - 10:00PM

Old-Stf Bike Show 5:00PM - 6:45PM

Bike Show Awards 6:45PM - 7:00PM

Bands: Pete & Repete 7:00PM - 8:00PM

Raffle & Long Rider Award 8:00PM - 8:30PM

Campfires in burn barrels lit in Main Area Only 8:00PM - 11:00PM

Pine State Ramblers 8:30PM - 10:00PM

Dance Party (time to get your freak on) 10:00PM - 11:00PM

Sunday, July 23rd

Coffee & Espresso for Purchase 6:00AM - 10:00AM

Breakfast for Purchase 7:00AM - 10:00AM

Pack it up! The event is over! Safe travels home and see you next year! 11:00AM

Photo @twofoursixer Geoff Kowalchuk

Photo @twofoursixer Geoff Kowalchuk


We are thrilled to have you attend the Sierra Stake Out in the heart of gold country. The area you will be camping in was part of the old 49’er trail used by pioneers in search of gold, rich lands, and a better quality of life. Some were less fortunate like the Donner Party who met their demise just a few miles from where the Sierra Stake Out is being held. These men and women traveled right through our camp so be warned, you might hear the clicking of their chained wagons during the night around 3-4 am. Don’t worry, they are harmless. Speaking of what to look out for, we have a few rules and regs to ensure everyone has a good time while at the Sierra Stake Out. If you have any issues with the below, please do not hesitate to email after you have given these a solid read. We (and the people who own the property) appreciate your cooperation more than you know - SSO

  • No Colors - Sorry, you won’t be able to wear any club affiliated gear on the property. Please email if you have any issues here.
  • No Glass – Feel free to bring in outside food and drink but make to leave the glass containers home. Transfer that whiskey into a flask, buy aluminum cans, etc. Did we mention the campstore on the property sells beer, snacks, everything!
  • No Drinking and Riding – We know you know better but have to say it anyways.  
  • No Dogs | No Kids – the SSO loves pets and kids but this event is not for them. If you have a service dog, we must have a copy of their certificate prior to the event. You can email this to . Our staff will be checking IDs at the gate when you pick up your wristband. 
  • No Campfires. California still has a ban on all ground fires in the area. We will have some burn barrels going in the event space but no hot coals or fires of any kind can be going anywhere else in the event space or camping areas associated with the SSO. We’ve got a killer food truck on site (they take credit card).
  • Helmets On. Helmets must be worn on site at all times when bike is in motion.
  • Campground speed limit is 5 mph. We know that is super slow but there will be other campers who are not associated with our event camping in sections you have to ride through to get to us. You’ll want to speed, you’ll want to pop a wheelie, burnout, etc. but please know you’ll get the boot if we catch anyone “jack assin” around. The campsite has a 0 tolerance policy on these things and so does the SSO.
  • Car parking and motorcycle camping will be separated. If you are coming in a car or driving chase for your posse, you’ll be parking in a separate section about 50 yards away from the motorcycle camping in an equally beautiful camping spot. You are more than welcome to walk your camp gear down to the bike section but no 4 wheel vehicles will be allowed to drive through motorcycle camping. Motorcycles are allowed in car camping sections.
  • Camping is first come first serve. Don’t worry! Every spot is truly beautiful so you won’t get skunked on a killer spot. Gates are at 2 pm sharp.
  • Help us keep the site clean. We’ve got dumpsters and trash cans galore and need your help to make sure all “trash” makes it to these receptacles. This includes cigarettes butts.
  • HAVE FUN! This event is all about riding motorcycles, exploring the Sierras, and enjoying some good times.

Thank you kindly and see you soon,

Our Favorite Routes | Getting to the Sierra Stake Out

As they say, getting there is half the fun. Click on the below and see exact mileage and "most fun and scenic" routes we've put together to get you to and from the Sierra Stake Out. Each route has a downloadable google map and highlights some incredible features you'll see on your ride. Start conversing with your friends and planning, these routes are sure to blow some minds and create some fun memories along the way - Sierra Stake Out