The Tulip Rallye http://www.tuliprallye.org/ is a laid back, casual "gimmick rallye" where the challenge is to spot and record the answers to questions based on signs and objects found along the way while following turn-by-turn route driving instructions, devilishly laid out by the Rallyemaster, whose job it is to make you laugh as you attempt to find the answers to the rather silly questions, riddles, and trivia.
This is not a traditional time-speed-distance event. No special knowledge nor equipment is needed to enjoy your car, your companion, the company of fellow enthusiasts and incredible roads and scenery. The route is entirely on public, paved roads, no off-roading. The event is suitable for all vehicles and driver skill levels.
Begun in 1982 as a way for a few enthusiastic members of the MG Car Club Northwest Centre (estab 1957) to tour the scenic Skagit Valley, this event has grown to include as many as 300 cars from over 30 car clubs from as far away as Oregon, Idaho, and British Columbia.
How Does It Work?
At the starting line you will be given a route book with turn-by-turn driving instructions. If you follow the instructions carefully, you will stay on course. Refer to this example of route instructions http://tuliprallye.org/exsheet.html
Registration on our site is only to match up anyone interested in driving up there with other MHMC members.