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There are always questions being asked about having an event such as
"The Ag Hall Tractor Cruise". So we will share some of the more
Frequently Asked Questions and their Answers.
Q. How did the idea of the Ag Hall Tractor Cruise begin?
A. Tractors cruises have been going on for years. Many club members of the "Greater Kansas City Two-Cylinder Club” (GKCTCC) have participated in several tractor cruises in the last several years. They have thoroughly enjoyed an opportunity get out to drive their tractors in such an event and also give something back to the community. Several of the club members of GKCTCC had talked with several of the members that participated in the Tractor Cruises and thought that we could do this here in the
area. Kansas City
Q. What do you do if a Tractor breaks down?
A. With the ride being approximately 35 miles, we will have a truck and trailer (vulture wagon) that will follow the procession of tractors and if the need arises they will bring the participant's tractor back to the Basehor-Linwood High School parking lot, the origination point.
Q. How does the ride work and how do you raise money for "The National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame".
A. Each driver pays a $35 Registration fee to participate in the cruise. The registration form can be downloaded at: http://www.gkctcc.com/tractorcruise/RegForm.htm. For their registration, each driver is guaranteed a spot in the line-up, is given a magnet, and a door prize ticket for the lunch break. There will be a lunch at Jarbalo, KS. Lunch will be free to drivers (included in registration) and cost $15 for each guest. The registration fee also helps cover the cost of organizing an event of this size. None of the organizing committee members, participants, or others involved with The Ag Hall Tractor Cruise receive compensation for their part — they are all volunteers. Also, pledge sheets are available for drivers. They are challenged to raise at least $100.00 in pledges and sponsors for the cruise. You can download the pledge sheet at the following link: http://www.gkctcc.com/tractorcruise/Pledge.htm.
Q. Where are we starting and ending at this year?
A. For 2023 we will be starting and ending at the Basehor-Linwood High School, 2108 155th St, Basehor, KS 66007.
This is just a sampling of the questions we have been asked about our Tractor Cruise. We'll add more Q&A at a later time...and post your questions and our answers here. Just e-mail the webmaster with whatever is on your mind!
FAQ by GKCTCC Tractor Cruise committee members.