WORLD'S ONLY BIKER RALLY ON A CRUISE SHIP
FROM THE GARAGE WITH XAVIER
Enjoying the Ride to the High Seas Rally '21!

Xavier Muriel, Cycle Source Magazine’s Builder of the Year and builder of Easyriders Magazine’s Bike of the Year, has started on a custom motorcycle for us and one lucky member of the High Seas Rally community will win it! Throughout the year, Xavier will update us on the progress with special videos, photographs and anecdotes straight from his garage, Providence Cycle Worx in Austin, Texas.

Click here to find out more about Xavier, read on to see the amazing progress on the HSR custom motorcycle, and check back often to learn how you can win it!




HSR's Custom Bike Rounds Final Turn!

High Seas Rally's custom bike build is rounding the final turn and that awesome motorcycle you see coming together in the video above will go home with someone aboard the 2021 cruise — if you're onboard, you're automatically entered to win! In the latest dispatch from Xavier Muriel's garage in Austin, Texas, our award-winning bike builder is excited to report that all of the bike's parts have been fabricated and assembled. Some of the newest custom pieces include a state-of-the-art electrical system and lighting package. The bike will soon be heading out for paint, powder coat and chrome. Xavier says he's inspired to build a custom HSR bike that will make your jaw drop — that big reveal will go down on the 2021 cruise. "I've pushed myself farther and harder than on any other build to date," Xavier says. "So many things turned out way cooler than originally conceived in my head.

Custom Bike Build Update: Video from the Garage!

Press play to go inside Xavier Muriel’s new garage for the inside scoop on High Seas Rally’s custom motorcycle build. Award-winning bike builder and HSR host Xavier Muriel has been fabricating the gas tank and adding cool new controls and customizations.

We can't wait to see the finished bike unveiled aboard the High Seas Rally in October 2021 and the excitement when it's raffled off to one lucky passenger. If you're onboard you're automatically entered to win!

The HSR custom bike is going to be amazing and it can be yours if you're onboard when the rally cruise hits the high seas!



SPARKS ARE FLYING: Check Out HSR's Custom Bike & Ride It Home!

Creating a custom bike is all about building up excitement and energy during the process. And that's exactly what High Seas Rally host Xavier Muriel is doing as our award-winning bike builder assembles HSR's custom motorcycle, which will be unveiled and raffled off to one lucky passenger aboard the ship.

To check out the most recent work on the bike, click play and step into Xavier's garage, Providence Cycle Worx in Austin, Texas. Sparks are flying right now and the excitement is building. By the time August rolls around, Xavier will be rocking the final assembly.

The HSR custom bike is going to be amazing and it can be yours if you're onboard when the rally cruise hits the high seas!



We Now Have a Complete Roller!

Xavier Muriel has checked in from his garage in Texas to provide us an update on HSR's custom bike build. Both rims now have rubber on them and the front end has been selected!

Now you may be asking yourself, "Why does the front end look funny?" Well, Xavier points out that he's working in a mock stage.

As the build continues, Xavier will modify the Lowers by shaving off unwanted pieces to make it look extra cool and custom. Xavier has also started the mock on the rear fender, by spacing and aligning the rear wheel to the center of the frame. Correct spacing is VITAL for the bike to track true running down the road, Xavier says. When the fender is in position, he will begin cutting and welding to start crafting the killer custom look.

The Bars and Risers are now in house. As is the Paul Cox Rigidaire seating system, which allows the driver to use a small manual pump to inflate the seat for the most comfortable ride, while not sacrificing the always classic look of a chopper.

Next up? Installation of the motor, tranny and belt drive, then fabrication of the oil tank before moving toward the front of the build. "I always start at the rear of the bike and work my way forward," Xavier says.

Remember, the custom motorcycle will be going home with a very lucky member of the HSR community after the 2021 cruise.



Frame It — HSR Custom Bike Update!

We checked in with Xavier Muriel in his Texas garage and he was ready with an exciting update to the High Seas Rally's custom bike build. Xavier is "honored, stoked, excited, jazzed" to share with you the result of his recent pitstop in California to collaborate with Rick Bray of RKB Kustom Speed on the bike's frame.

Now that the frame has been cut, bent, turned, heated, shaped, formed and finished by hand from raw materials, where does Xavier go from here?

"Imagine that feeling you had as a kid, going to sleep knowing that when you wake up it's time to open Christmas presents … it's that very same feeling," Xavier says. "I've been fortunate to have S&S Motors help me out with one of their 80-inch black and chrome motors, Baker Drivetrain came to the table with an awesome blacked-out 5 speed tranny, and BDL closed the deal with one of their tried and true systems."

Next up: Xavier will set up the drivetrain in the frame and start mocking up the build. The wheels are coming from Black Bike Wheels, matted up with some Metzeler Rubber.

Then the fun REALLY begins. If you sailing on the cruise next October, you are automatically entered to win this incredible custom bike!

WIN LOADS OF LOOT!

Big Cash Prizes + Custom HSR Motorcycle
+ Vendor Products + Awesome Memorabilia

On High Seas Rally 2021, we’ll raise a ton of money for a great cause and you’ll have the opportunity to take home the biggest haul to date, including huge cash prizes, merchandise and even a custom HSR motorcycle!

  • Over $2.9 million raised through HSR’s Raffles, Contests & Auctions to provide dialysis patients and their caregivers with all-expenses-paid vacations of a lifetime.
  • Over $200,000 in cash and prizes won by guests on last year’s rally cruise!
   RAFFLES
  • $4,000 Group Program – Form a Riding Group (any combination of New, Past and Current Guests; Virgins welcome) and each member is automatically entered to win a share of $4,000 cash + and can earn money for charity and additional group benefits. $2,500 for 1st prize; $1,000 for 2nd prize and $500 for 3rd prize. Learn More
  • $2,500 Virgin Raffle – All first-time HSR cruisers and any guest who refers an HSR Virgin are entered to win $2,500. Host also nets $50 cash for each Virgin cabin recruited! 
  • Custom HSR Motorcycle – All guests are automatically entered to win the custom HSR motorcycle built by our award-winning builder and host Xavier Muriel. This epic prize will be displayed onboard and awarded Day 7 of the cruise.
  • 50/50 Raffles – These awesome Win-Win Raffles netted $50,000 in cash to guests in 2019 and another $50,000 to benefit HSR’s dialysis patients. With multiple 50/50 Raffles throughout the week, you’ll have lots of chances to win big cash and support a great cause!
  • $5,000 Early Bird Raffle – Every guest booked for HSR ’21 prior to May 31, 2020, was entered to win $5,000 cash.
   CONTESTS
  • Pirate Bingo – One of the biggest and best games on the high seas, your $40 entry fee gets you 4 bingo cards and a rowdy night of fun with thousands of dollars in cash and vendor prizes on the line. Guests won almost $20,000 in 2019.
  • Game Time – There is more than money on the line when you compete in the rally cruise’s popular Contests, including annual favorites like the Belly Smacker Contest, Best Beard Contest, The “Treasured Chest” Contest, Topless Man Contest, Tattoo Contest and more. To the victor, goes more money AND the spoils of bragging rights! 
   AUCTIONS
  • Live and Silent Auctions –  Over $75,000 was raised in 2019 to benefit HSR’s dialysis patients with loads of amazing memorabilia going home with guests, including a ZZ Top signed guitar, Willy G signed gas tank, Kenny Chesney signed guitar, Foghat signed guitar, Geoff Bodine signed NASCAR gas tanks, Brooks & Dunn signed drum head, and Dale Earnhardt artwork.