Shriner’s Ride was a huge success!!

High Lifter held it’s annual Shriner’s Ride for the children of Shriner’s Hospital. Over 1000 supporters and mud lovers came out to High Lifter’s Off Road Park in Shreveport, LA. Toys flooded in by the hundreds as mud fans came out to the event which was rescheduled from December.


The Show and Shine had over 12 entries of custom builds and tricked out rides. Fans voted for their favorite as owners lined up the beauties at the front of the park for all to see. It was so close with 1 point separating the top three places.


Top Winning Bikes:

1.  Polaris RZR

LSU 1st Place



2. Can-Am Maverick

Maverick 2nd



3. Polaris Scrambler

3rd place

Mud was flying too! North Louisiana was lucky enough to get rain for several days which gave riders plenty of mud holes to hit, while the event had clear skies all day. All ages showed up to enjoy a fun family day of riding for a great cause.

HL Ed Winner


The winner of the 2017 Polaris RZR 4 High Lifter Edition,  showed up to claim his new bike that he won at High Lifter’s 20 Year Celebration. With tons of friends in tow, Jake Medina, was ready to hit the trails in his new ride. He put his new RZR to the test and it’s a good thing he won a High Lifter Edition, because he ate mud all day.


Raffle tickets were sold for $5 for a Polaris RZR 170, donated from Polaris Industries, with all funds going to Shriner’s Hospital. The winner, Christopher West purchased his ticket online and came out to ride. He was hitting mud holes when his name was called, but since you don’t have to be present to win for our charity event, he checked in about 10 minutes later to find out the name of the lucky winner. When we said “Christopher West”, he screamed, that’s me. Christopher has a 3 and 6 year old that will love their new Polaris RZR 170. We send a big “thank you” to Polaris Industries for helping make our Shriner’s Ride a huge success.

Chistopher West

The day was filled with food from our partner Applebee’s. Their team showed up to cook pancakes for the attendee and sold awesome hamburgers, fries, and chicken baskets. All food sales also went to Shriners Hospital.2394

So how much can a group of mud loving, great group of people raise for Shriner’s Hospital?????

High Lifter is proud to say, over $14,000 and a truck load of toys was donated to the Shriner’s Children’s Hospital. Thank you to all who attended!

Toys Trailer



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