Version No. 1.1
revised: February 2, 2023
© 2023, Iron Butt Association, Sheridan, Wyoming
Please respect our intellectual property rights. Do not
distribute this document or portions therein, without the written
permission of the Iron Butt Association.
The OH-X ride is roughly 1,050 miles. You will ride your
motorcycle to or from all four listed corner locations and
the center location three times.
Read the rules
the iconic SaddleSore 1000
on the Iron Butt
Association site. The rules for this ride are similar and you
will get valuable background information.
Documentation See here
DBR - Dated Business Receipt
A DBR is a machine generated receipt with the date, time and LOCATION
on it. Check it - do not assume it is correct. A receipt
with an incorrect time/date/location is worthless. Check and
This is a Spotwalla Required ride.
Photos are required.
The ride must be completed in less than 24 hours.
You must ride at least 1,000 miles. Plan your route accordingly.
must start at any listed corner location. You must end the ride at
the last listed corner location.*
You must visit the center location three times.
*A DBR photo in front of your odometer is the preferred method of
documenting your start and end, however it may not be possible to find
a business or ATM at the time you are at that location. In that event
take a photo of your bike in front of the location's post office,
police station or municipal building. Welcome to and city limits signs
also acceptable means of proof. Then, get a DBR at the next
convenient location within 50 miles.
should not leave Ohio except for safety reasons or to take a
required photo but if you do so, you MUST re-enter Ohio at the same
point you left it. Those miles ridden outside Ohio are not credited
toward the miles for this ride.
may take any route you like but remember you must visit each of the
listed corner locations and you must visit the center location in
between each corner for a total of at least 3 times. You must document
each visit with a DBR or photo. You must use Spotwalla.
Cincinnati--Take a photo of your bike near the Anderson Ferry sign
Ravenswood Bridge--also known as the William S. Ritchie Jr. Bridge.
Your official time is determined by the starting
and ending receipts. PLEASE check these documents and make sure
the clock and date are correct!
Remember it is YOUR responsibility to prove you visited
all required locations. Spotwalla goes a
way towards this proof.
There is no additional merchandise for this ride.