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Saturday, July 27, 2013 - The 8th Annual Seattle 100

Motorcyclists Making a Difference...

2009 Seattle 100 Raised  $65,000 for Charity! 

Can We Break $150,000 in 2013?


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Learn More About the Event That Speed TV's "Two Wheeled Tuesday" Has Televised Twice, an Event Featured Also on KING 5's "Evening Magazine" with John Curley. 


The Seattle 100 is not a race. It's a road course "endurance event" for charity, with event riders attempting to complete as many laps as they can around the course by our lap deadline. While past Seattle 100 events had a goal of completing 100 laps by day's end, this is no longer the focus of the Seattle 100: instead, we want participants to ride at their own pace, have fun, and stay safe. Nobody wins any prizes for crossing a finish line, or completing a full 100 laps, so we encourage riders to just have fun and play it safe during this very special day for many.

A time for motorcyclists to come together and raise funds for a worthy cause!

Thankfully, Christian has been in remission for 9 years now, and doctors are amazed with how well he is doing. Yet Brian wants to ensure that a cause and cure are found for those who have not been as fortunate. Thus 2Fast and Mark DeGross will together promote the seventh annual Seattle 100 (S100) motorcycle "lapathon" event, which will take place on Saturday, July 27th, 2013 at Pacific Raceways.  Many superstars of road racing are expected to attend, along with some celebrity friends of 2Fast.  Past guests of prior S100 events have included AMA road racing stars Mat Mladin & Ben Spies of Yoshimura Suzuki, Aaron Yates of Jordan Suzuki, Jake Zemke of American Honda,  Josh Hayes and Jason Disalvo of Team Yamaha, Chaz Davies of Attack Kawasaki,  Aaron Gobert of Erion Honda, Danny Eslick of Matsushima Suzuki,  local sensation Jake Holden of Corona Honda, Greg White of Speed TV's "2 Wheel Tuesday",  and even comedian/actor David Alan Grier. 

Which racers will join us this year?   See the list of our 2013VIP guests below and their pictures.   If you love racing and wish you could ride alongside some of the world's best motorcycle riders,  this is your chance!    The Seattle 100 is an opportunity unlike any other in the nation!

Scott Russell

Mystery Guest  #1

Mystery Guest  #2

Mystery Guest  #3

The Seattle 100 is open to anyone who would like to ride, even if you've never been to a track day before.  In fact, there is no admission fee to participate in the Seattle 100Yes, itís a free trackday for all Ė and includes catering, awards, one-on-one time with our special VIP guests, a celebrity exhibition event, our dinner banquet and auction, and so much more!  However, 2Fast asks that each participant raise a required minimum of $500 in order to claim a spot in the S100, because spaces are limited and filling up quickly. The $500 minimum is easy to raise and need not come out of the riderís own pocket: friends, family, co-workers and others (corporate matching programs included) are typically happy to support a riderís efforts to participate in this unique charitable event, and last yearís average donation per rider was nearly $1000. Most who rode in the event found it easy to find donors to support their fundraising efforts, had fun getting involved in the charitable purpose of the event, and some went beyond the call of duty by raising several thousand dollars rather than the minimum $500.

Speed Channel Coverage of 2005 Seattle 100

High Quality - 28 mb WMV   Low Quality - 5.6 mb WMV


Photos of the 2007 Seattle 100

2007 VIP's - Davies, Spies, Holden & Eslick

Jake Holden Laughs with 2Fast Staff

Ben Spies signing posters for guests

Dany Eslick with a happy guest

Jake Holden on stage with Ben Spies

Chaz Davies Arrives with others


Each rider is asked to choose between one of three different riding groups to participate in each hour: our "relaxed" group for those wanting to take it easy, our "intermediate" group for those who want to ride a little faster, and our "expert" group being the choices - each with a limit of approximately 33 riders per session. Each riding group is on the track for 20 minutes per hour. (For more information about our riding levels and which group to select, click here).

Jason Pridmore - 2004 Seattle 100

Greg White -  2005 Seattle 100

Joah Hayes -  2006 Seattle 100

Last yearís sixth annual Seattle 100 (click one of the high or low quality links below for Speed TV's coverage of the 2005 or 2004 event) was incredibly successful, with total donations exceeding $125,000. 2Fast would like to give special thanks to Ben Spies, Danny Eslick, Chaz Davies, and Jake Holden for their support.  $150,000 is our goal for 2009!  With 110% effort, we can do it!  2Fast would like to give special thanks also to Renton Motorcycles, Kibble & Prentice, Ride Motorsports, SB Motorsports, Performance Coatings, Leo Vince, Skagit Powersports, MTR Western Coaches, WMRRA,  Teknic, MotoCAM, RV Town, Western Poersports, Cyclebarn, Ducati NA, & GP Suspension North and the long list of motorcycle shops and customers who supported 2Fast and the Seattle 100 riders in the 2007 Seattle 100.  Whereas the first ever Seattle 100 had only 12 riders and raised pledges totaling $18,000, last yearís event had 90+ riders and raised over $145,000!  For all who participated in the last Seattle 100, it was a wonderful time, and all of us can hardly wait for the 2008 event expecting that weíll have even more riders and donations on July 25th, 2009.

Evening Magazine Coverage on Christian Orton

High Quality - 29mb WMV   Low Quality - 2.5mb WMV


Speed Channel Coverage of  the 2004 Seattle 100

High Quality - 35mb WMV   Low Quality - 8.8mb WMV

The 2009 Seattle 100 has a new online, personal donations webpage for participants that NephCure has already created for your use.  Using this new online donations page (ready to go: all you have to do is log in) participants can direct donors who want to make their donations online to their own web page, and it also tracks donations and collections for you.  Using the webpage, donors can pay with a credit card or a Paypal account.  And it could hardly be easier to use!  All you have to do is click on the link below to "Log in to your own online donations webpage" in the links and downloads list.

Proceeds of the event go to The NephCure Foundation and are tax-deductible.  For information on the NephCure Foundation, please visit www.nephcure.org. using the link below.  Other links and downloads can be seen as well.

If you are interested in riding in the 2009 Seattle 100 this coming summer, please register online through our registration area on this website after reviewing our Seattle 100 FAQ page (see below). 2Fast would love to have your support in this unique and unconventional fundraiser allowing motorcycle enthusiasts to make a difference in someone elseís world. And please sign up as soon as you can... because registrations are coming in fast.  Space is limited!

Please make all Donations Payable to: The Nephcure Foundation.


Seattle100 Links & Downloads
  Log in to your own online donations webpage (very easy, check it out!) Click Here
  Seattle 100 FAQ Page to be Read before Registering Click Here
  Register for the 2009 Seattle 100 Here Click Here
  Copy of 2009 Seattle 100 Donation Tracking Sheet Click Here
  Copy of 2009 Seattle 100 Flyer to Help with Donations Click Here
  Seattle 100 Donation Receipt for Your Donors Click Here
  Creative Ideas for Seattle 100 Fundraising! Click Here
  A Sample Fundraising Letter You Can Use Click Here
  Nephcure's Website Click Here
  Nephcure's Mission Statement Click Here
  Nephcure's 501c3 Form for your Employer Match Program Click Here
  Information on Nephrotic Syndrome Click Here
  Information on the brutal disease FSGS Click Here

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