Introducing the Best of Sacramento, Award Winning Drewski's Hot Rod Kitchen

We are proud to introduce this year's food truck, 5 years in a row voted #1 Food Truck of Sacramento,  Drewski's Hot Rod Kitchen. This lean mean grilling machine will be serving dinner on Friday and Saturday night at Sierra Stake Out 2. So come hungry friends....you won't want to miss out on these incredible creations. Scroll down for prices and offerings...

  • Truck accepts cash and cards 
  • Food for purchase starts at 4pm and runs until 11pm
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FAQ

Can I bring my own food?

Sure but sadly no coal or fires are allowed due to the high fire dangers so we strongly suggest eating from the truck (plus you are supporting local business). Small camp stoves are permitted. 

Any vegetarian options / gluten free?

The menu is the menu but if you are worried, contact them directly and they'd be happy to answer your questions. If you have special needs, please plan ahead as many restaurants are close by and there is a camp store at the entrance of Cisco Grove for quick snacks etc. 

Biltwell Luggage for Radical Action

Biltwell has been making quality parts, accessories, and wearables for motorcycling for over 10 years now, but is relatively new to the luggage game. Initially rolling out their EXFIL-7 utility bag and then a few years later releasing their EXFIL-80 sissy bar bag. Each piece is designed out of rugged materials and with specific functionality to assist with anything from daily commutes to cross country road trips. Here's a quick summary of the various goods in their adventure quiver.

EXFIL-7: The OG

This universal fit utility bag was designed with the daily commuter in mind. It's small size allows and MOLLE mounting system allow it to fit just about anywhere on any motorcycle. Built to hold your essentials, this bag is a great place to store sunscreen, tools, cell phone and other various personal items you might want to secure but keep easily accessible. The straps hanging off the front are often used for bed rolls, camping pads or for stripping off and storing a layer when the weather heats up. MSRP: $69.95

This universal fit utility bag was designed with the daily commuter in mind. It's small size allows and MOLLE mounting system allow it to fit just about anywhere on any motorcycle. Built to hold your essentials, this bag is a great place to store sunscreen, tools, cell phone and other various personal items you might want to secure but keep easily accessible. The straps hanging off the front are often used for bed rolls, camping pads or for stripping off and storing a layer when the weather heats up. MSRP: $69.95

EXFIL-80: Shit's Gettin' Real

This moto ruck is built for the adventurer in mind. The 3 strap mounting system offers a lot of various methods to lash this beast to a plethora of sissy bars and luggage rack. D-rings towards the base offer even more options for securing this hearty load. A handy tool compartment that is not obstructed by the strapping system doubles as a back rest with a built in pad on the exterior panel of the compartment. To top it off, a waterproof liner is included in a semi-hidden lower compartment for when things get wet. MSRP: $199.95

This moto ruck is built for the adventurer in mind. The 3 strap mounting system offers a lot of various methods to lash this beast to a plethora of sissy bars and luggage rack. D-rings towards the base offer even more options for securing this hearty load. A handy tool compartment that is not obstructed by the strapping system doubles as a back rest with a built in pad on the exterior panel of the compartment. To top it off, a waterproof liner is included in a semi-hidden lower compartment for when things get wet. MSRP: $199.95

EXFIL-11: Something for the Commuters

The EXFIL-11 is built with the daily rider in mind. It secures with 4 battle tested magnets and can easily be installed and removed from the motorcycle without any straps or bungees to fuss with. Built with H-Ds in mind, this bag has expanding baffles on the bottom sides to allow it to drape over dash panels found on many Dynas, FXRs & Softtails. A clear, touch friendly panel on the top of the bag acts as a good place for navigation via mobile phone. MSRP: $129.95

The EXFIL-11 is built with the daily rider in mind. It secures with 4 battle tested magnets and can easily be installed and removed from the motorcycle without any straps or bungees to fuss with. Built with H-Ds in mind, this bag has expanding baffles on the bottom sides to allow it to drape over dash panels found on many Dynas, FXRs & Softtails. A clear, touch friendly panel on the top of the bag acts as a good place for navigation via mobile phone. MSRP: $129.95

EXFIL-115: All Meat, No Potatoes

This waterproof roll top bag holds up to 115 of your favorite 12oz beverages or  everything you need to set up camp. It's no frills design is built to be extremely durable and keep your valuables from getting soaked in any sort of torrential downpour you may come upon. The strapping system is set up as a DIY operation. Lots of strong point to run whatever rope, tie downs, or bungees you choose to secure this unit to your freedom machine. MSRP: $149.95

This waterproof roll top bag holds up to 115 of your favorite 12oz beverages or  everything you need to set up camp. It's no frills design is built to be extremely durable and keep your valuables from getting soaked in any sort of torrential downpour you may come upon. The strapping system is set up as a DIY operation. Lots of strong point to run whatever rope, tie downs, or bungees you choose to secure this unit to your freedom machine. MSRP: $149.95

Sierra Stake Out 2's Karaoke Battle is Going Down Friday Night!

Friday night gets loose with karaoke! Last year we witnesses some solid gold and some pure shit and we can't wait to see what you guys & gals have got in store for us this year. We will have real judges for the last 30 min of the night to summon up Sierra Stake Out's finest. To sign up, make your way to the stage at 7:30 Friday night and cruise the song list. Make it a good one, know the words, stay sober enough to make it onto the stage, and get ready for your five minute of fame or total shame. Either way, you are a badass for getting up there and slaying the stage. 

Photo by @rambleonphoto

Photo by @rambleonphoto

 

 

 

Sierra Stake Out | Photo Feature by Geoff Kowalchuk

It's no secret that some of the best riding is located in the Sierra Nevadas hence why we decided to do an event up here. If you are headed to the Sierra Stake Out 2, rolling mountains, clear blue swimming holes, and endless roads await you. Take a scroll through last year's event to see what you just got yourself into if you are a first timer. 

Washoe Indians | The People Who Lived Here 5,000 Years Ago

It is estimated that over five thousand years ago, people have crossed the Sierra Nevadas right where you'll be sleeping during the Sierra Stake Out. Long before the "discovery" of this area by Euro Americans, this pass was a travel corridor for Native Americans such as the Washoe Indians. The name of their tribe derives from the Washoe word, waashiw (wa·šiw), meaning "people from here."

The Washoe tribe were skilled basket makers and wove the baskets so closely that they could contain the smallest of seeds and hold water. Neighboring Native Indian tribes of the Washoe were the Ute, Koso, Paiute, Panamint, Pueblo, Walapi and the Shoshone tribes. They were long-time enemies of the Northern Paiute who drove them from their tribal lands in Nevada to California.

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The ability to continue to survive in their home territory was put to a severe test, especially during the mining booms of the nineteenth century that centered around the California gold rush and the Comstock Lode in Virginia City, Nevada. The mining boom brought in large numbers of miners and settlers, displacing Washoe from access to traditional resources. Washoe people took jobs working as ranch hands and domestic servants, finding a new economic niche. This adaptation was not without cost: the Washoe suffered severe population loss from poverty and disease and lived under prejudicial treatment by Euro-Americans, evidenced by threats to Washoe language, religion, and culture.

Washoe have withstood the test of time and continue to live near or on their aboriginal lands. By 2007, tribal membership was approximately 1,500. Although never awarded large-acreage reservations, many Washoe inhabit small tribal acreage sites known as “colonies” to this day. 

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Sierra Stake Out 2 | Ticket Transfers & FAQ

TICKET TRANSFERS

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.

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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.

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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 info@sierrastakeout.com 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. 

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

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

FAQ

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!

SIERRA STAKE OUT 2017 PHOTO FEATURE - @rambleonphoto

Last year, we had the pleasure of being introduced to Curtis Morgan, aka @rambleonphoto. He had been riding around the Northwest with MC Dumptruck and decided to come down to see what the event was all about. After realizing the event was already sold out, he generously offered is photography services in exchange for a ticket. We accepted and below are a few glimpses of what he caught on camera last year.

DONNER'S FAVORITE CHOPPER ZOMBIE RIDES AGAIN

We are pleased to announce tickets for the Sierra Stake Out 2 are now L I V E! Come camp, dos si do, and ride some of the most beaautiful back roads the Sierras have to offer for 3 days and 2 nights. 

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Welcome to Northern California Gold Country. Home of pine forests, raging rivers, clear lakes, and some of the best riding in the world. The Sierra Stake Out is a 3 day 2 night motorcycle campout. Located at the private Cisco Grove Campground just 70 miles east of Sacramento, this event serves as a prime kick off spot to explore the Sierra Nevadas.

Head over to pristine Lake Tahoe, pay homage to the Donner Party where they met their demise in 1846, cross some epic bridges, or hang back and cool off in our private river fed watering hole. Our campground provides tons of shade, dozens of places to charge equipment, fresh spring water, and even some real bathrooms to accommodate our guests. The grounds feature a fully stocked camp store and a gas station is conveniently located nearby for quick fuel ups before or after your ride for the day. The Sierra Stake Out will also feature live entertainment, a bike show, food truck, raffle, adult beverages, and a fully stocked espresso and coffee bar if you need a little pick me up. Grab your friends, pack up your gear, and join us August 3-5, 2018 for a weekend of moto camping and adventure in the Sierra Nevada mountain range.

PLEASE NOTE THIS EVENT IS 21+ AND RAIN OR SHINE

Your Ticket Price Includes:

  • 2 nights of camping
  • Bathroom and shower access
  • Route maps for various day rides
  • 2 nights of music and live entertainment
  • Spring fed potable water (this means it's drinkable from the tap) 
  • All you can drink beer (while supplies last)
  • One hell of a weekend

Our Campsite Offerings:

  • Private river and watering hole
  • Fully stocked camp store (beer, snacks, etc for purchase)
  • Food truck on site with breakfast and dinner for purchase
  • Bar with all the mix drinks for purchase
  • Espresso drinks and coffee for purchase
  • Gas station at exit for easy refueling (ATM access) 
  • Gorgeous views of the Sierras
  • Lots of shade and places to hang your hammock. 

Looking for the best route from your location? Click HERE

Want more info? Click HERE

Have questions? Click HERE

FAQs

Is your event all ages? Pet friendly?

The Sierra Stake Out is 21 and up! Since you are allowed to bring in your own adult beverages, we cannot have anyone on the grounds under 21 as we are regulated by the local Sheriff's Department and they have a zero tolerance policy.  NO PETS. 

Are we pre-assigned camping spots?

You'll be able to pick your spot when you arrive. There is tons of room, shade, and bathrooms in the area for your convenience. No,  you won't have a 10 acre plot all to yourself so be ok with getting to know your neighbors. This is what moto camping events are all about. Did we mention there's dozen of places to charge your stuff as well as spigots to fill up your canteen with fresh spring water!?!

Are tickets refundable or transferable? 

We are sorry but we are unable to refund. But you can transfer up until July 27th. Click HERE and do it yourself as the ticket MUST be in the new attendees name.  Sierra Stake Out is not responsible for transferring your tickets. If you miss the deadline, sorry, after July 27th we are in full production and have gone to print. No exceptions, no special one time favors, etc. 

Can I buy multiple tickets? 

You can buy multiple tickets for your group.  However, please realize you will be the sole person in control of collecting and distributing the tickets. Be prepared if you open this can of worms as we don't want to be the ones telling your buddies they can't get in until you show up. 

What does a ticket cover? 

A ticket gets you 2 nights and 3 days camping at our reserved campground, live entertainment & music both nights, a raffle ticket, and all you can drink adult beverages while supplies last. You can expect to get your money's worth as we are big on under promising and over delivering. 

Are Cars / Pull Behind Trailers / RVs Cool?

Cars and Trucks: We do encourage you to ride your motorcycle but understand that “things” happen or you need a chase vehicle.  If you do bring a 4 wheel vehicle, you will have to pay additionally for a Vechicle Pass cause they take up 4 x more room. Moto camping will be in one section and cars in another. They are within a few hundred feet, but the best spots will be reserved for everything on two wheels.

Trailers: Sorry, these will not be allowed into the event space this year due to space restrictions. 

RVS: This event cannot handle rvs/motorhomes at this time.

I am arriving late, what do I do?

We've hired 24/7 check in staff and security to help you get in no matter what time you arrive. We do recommend getting in for the night by 6:00PM as that is when most of the festivities will kick off.

Are services close by?

There is a gas station and a Subway right off the exit for the event site. At the front entrance to the campground, there is a great little convenience store where you can pick up water, snacks, adult beverages, sun screen, and most other general camping supplies (glow sticcckkkksss). 

How do I eat? 

For your convenience, we'll have some vendors on site where you can buy a meal, coffee, and/or adult beverage. These vendors can be expected to be open for breakfast and dinner, but will most likely be closed down during the day while everyone is out exploring the area. Please bring cash as wifi is hit or miss. 

I am a brand and want to get involved, whom do I speak with?

Our events are private so please contact us by emailing sponsors@sierrastakeout.com  prior to sending anyone out on your brand's behalf. 

What type of motos are allowed?

All street legal motorcycles are welcome. 

I don't ride, can I still attend? 

You might get bored during the day while everyone is out riding the local roads but we'd be happy to have you. We hope this event acts as a catalyst to get you on a motorcycle if you decide to come in your car the first time around.

How do I become a vendor?

Sorry, this is a non-vending event. This event is about exploring the Sierra Nevada area on two wheels and making friends around the camp. Ask us how to get involved by emailing sponsors@sierrastakeout.com for sponsor opportunities 

Are you going to have campfires?

We'll have 4 different designated burn barrels set up in the main common area. Besides that, there are no other fires allowed due to excessive fire danger. 

Will this event sell out of tickets?

If you came last year, you know this event sold out so don't drag your feet. It's going to sell out again. 

Are Colors allowed?

Due to our agreements with the campground, we can not allow anyone wearing club colors into the venue.