Registration is now open for the road rally of Back to the Bricks 2021.

Due to the huge demand from car enthusiasts in the area, the Back to the Bricks Road Rallies have returned for 2021. The first Road Rally is coming up on Saturday, July 24th, 2021.

What is a Back to the Bricks Road Rally?

These road rallies take car enthusiasts on a cruise along a path somewhere throughout Michigan. The top-secret route is only given to participants on the morning of the rally.

Who can participate?

The Back to the Brick Road Rallies are open to anyone that wants to participate. Registration is only $10 per vehicle and you can register now by clicking here. 

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How does a Back to the Brick Road Rally work?

The answer to that is very simple. Every car that is registered for the Road Rally will simply line up at with the others between 7:30 am and 9:30 am at Shea Automotive Group on Corunna and Linden roads on July 24th. Small groups of vehicles will then receive their top-secret route details and information and depart from Shea every three to four minutes. The route is not being publicized, but you can expect a fun 100-mile'ish trip through some of Michigan's most beautiful small cities and towns.

Are there any prizes that can be won?

Yes. Keep in mind though, this is not a race and you will not be able to finish early. While traveling along the top-secret route, vehicles will participate in a Visual Scavenger Hunt. Once completed, the forms can be turned in at the finish line for a chance to win prizes (which will be announced the following Monday.)

Even though I don't have a super cool car, my daughter and I may just give this a shot and join the rally.

Source: Back to the Bricks

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