For Operative Candidates
from District 2
NY, NJ, PA, CT and beyond
from District 2
NY, NJ, PA, CT and beyond
DESPACITO & DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS
STEP 1: START A PLAYER ACCOUNT
1. Download the free mission delivery app on your phone or tablet here:
2. Open the app and start a Player account with a gmail address or google account that you regularly use. Note that you can create a google account with any email address.
You can also play as a Guest, but this is discouraged—if you change devices or your phone gets sucked into a vortex you won't be able to continue playing.
STEP 2: CREATE OR JOIN A TEAM
Everyone must play in a team, even if it's a team of one Player.
After creating a Player account, you'll need to decide between creating a team or joining a team prior to starting the game. Don't worry, this can be changed later.
To create a team (of one Player) and start playing, enter the following Hunt Code on the app:
You (and any Players who become members of your team) then have the option of adding or removing Players from your team.
Players cannot join another team themselves but must be added by a member of that team.
To join a team created by another Player, ask anyone in that team to select ADD TEAM MEMBER from the app's dropdown menu, and then to enter your Player name.
Players can also remove themselves from a team, which they must do before being added to another team.
NOTE: a team cannot be left "orphaned" with no Players. If a Player is a team's only member, they're locked into that team and cannot remove themselves or be added to another team. To leave or change teams, they must first add another Player to their team.
After you remove yourself or are removed from a team, you can either ask to be added to another team, or start your own team (by entering the Hunt Code).
Individual Players do not have scores, only teams do. Leaving a team renders you pointless, and you inherit the points and progress (or lack thereof) of any team you are added to.
Teams are limited to 25 Players. But we can probably increase that if you ask Agent 999 nicely.
JOIN OR HOST GROUP RIDES
All live missions can be performed alone or in a group. However, group rides are favored, and significant bonus points are awarded for performing missions in group rides.
Keep in mind that even if you're playing as a solo "team", you can still ride with other players in group mission rides.
Join or host group mission rides on our Facebook group.
If you're ready to ride into a graphic novel through app-driven missions, and get into roleplay as the hero biker agent you know you are, then you're ready for what we're doing here.
You'll need supplemental power to play, such as a power bank, wiring harness or extra battery. Your mission delivery app and GPS usage will quickly drain your phone’s battery.
You can see your and other teams' live mission scores on the leaderboard here.
The leaderboard will only show a team's score. Individual Players do not have their own score as all team members' achievements are attributed to the team. However, if you're the only player in a team then your team's score is essentially your individual score.
You will need cell service or wifi to use the app.
The game is updated frequently. Check the app periodically for new missions.
The team (whether a solo Player or a group of Players) with the highest number of points at the close of this Campaign wins. They will also be bestowed with some seriously dope swag, along with our highest honor—the Golden Dingleberry Award. A gaggle of other players will also receive awards and biker dope.
This Campaign (also called a "Hunt" in the app) is scheduled to end at midnight, EST, September 9, 2019. However, we reserve the right to close this Campaign earlier or later depending on organizational needs.
18+ DANGER AND SEXYTIME
This game will involve risky or dangerous situations, sex, nudity, and graphic or otherwise adult scenarios and content. You must be 18 or older to play (or obtain legal consent from your guardian). You cannot participate in mission portions that involve drinking alcohol, or perform any other unlawful activity, if you are underage.
Motorcyclists must have a valid motorcycle license and insurance to participate. Any participant of a ride can request proof of these from a rider.
You and your guests agree to take full responsibility for checking other riders' credentials and making sure the folks you are performing missions with aren't psychopaths or otherwise "dangerous".
CHALLENGE OTHER CLUBS & GROUPS
Copy the official Biker Quest challenge language below and send it to the group you're challenging:
You have been challenged to a no holds barred game of Biker Quest. I know you're scared, so I'll understand if you don't take me up on it - bikerque.st
You can messenger, message or email it, but posting it publicly on their FB wall or social media site seems to work best.
We strongly suggest showing respect and not using this wording with riders or clubs who might take your provocative taunts the wrong way.
💡 HELPFUL TIP: Use this language with a rider or group you won't need to get a restraining order against.
RULES ‘N SAFETY
No dumbass shenanigans, wheelies, stunts or endangering yourself or others. You should know the drill. Ride with brains, not with ego.
Operatives should never perform activities that are harmful to themselves or to others. If we are informed of such a violation we may sanction you, including but not limited to ejection and waterboarding.
Never use the app while you're riding, except for when you're using the gps navigation (which uses Google maps). If you want to see the navigation while you're riding, make sure you use a mount, HUD or other safe method.
By participating in Biker Quest and attending any related events, you acknowledge and agree to the risks, hazards, liabilities, and responsibilities of riding a motorcycle, particularly in a group—and of participating in other risky activities that may be required of participants—and understand that they may result in property damage, injury, and /or death. You also affirm that you have read, and agree to abide by, the rules and safety requirements more outlined here and on the app.
You also agree that it is your responsibility to share with and inform any pillions, passengers or others with you about the risks involved, and about the safety and release of liability rules contained herein, therein, and everywherein.
Exploring new locations that may have undisclosed known or unknown risks is part of your mission directive. Some of the locations you may be directed to may not have been visited by our organization. As this information is classified, approach every trip, location and situation as if it has not been checked for safety issues. Most importantly, use common sense.
We strongly recommend that all riders wear CE certified protective gear and conduct all missions ATGATT. At a minimum you should wear a helmet and protective boots, pants, gloves and a jacket.
In addition to riding (with or without KeKe) you may also be performing other potentially dangerous activities, including weapons training, climbing, hiking wild terrain, engaging with strangers. and opening your mind.
Be mindful of debris while walking. Always be aware of your surroundings, including people and vehicles.
We'll do our best to warn you of dangers we're aware of. However, as an operative and motorcyclist you are aware of the inherently dangerous nature of our activities, and agree to be wholly responsible for preparing for and handling any risks you might encounter.
If at any point you feel unsafe or don't want to engage in an activity, you are free to choose not to engage in it regardless of what the app calls you.
RELEASE OF LIABILITY
By playing Biker Quest, you agree to hold Biker Entourage LLC and Biker Quest's participants, organizers, volunteers, owners and employees ("Our Peeps") free from any and all legal liability that may result from your or your guests' participation.
By participating, you and your guests agree that there is no express or implied contractual obligation, agreement, or duty of care by Our Peeps towards you or any other participants because y'all recognize: the inherently dangerous nature of this activity; that you're performing it in the real world without supervision or reliance on a nanny state; and that you're a BGP (a biker guinea pig) and will approach every location, situation and task under the assumption that it is a dangerous and/or untested location or activity, that everything's out to get you, and that you must exercise a heightened degree of caution as if you were acting freely under your own control in the analog/real world.
You also agree that it is your responsibility to share with and inform any pillions or guests about the risks involved, the safety and release of liability rules contained herein, and that any liability resulting from your failure to do so rests solely with you.
SHARED AND SUBMITTED CONTENT
You grant Biker Quest, its participants, owners and organizers permission to freely use and share content you have publicly shared, emailed or submitted to us.
EMAIL, ACCOUNT USE & PRIVACY
You agree that your app account and submitted email may periodically be used to contact you regarding game-related communications, special event invites, and offers to procure operative and biker gear and materiel, as well certificates, awards, credentials, cyanide pills, and other items.
Spam is for asshats and your email will never be shared with a third party.
Please note the game may have ecommerce or affiliate links to sites like Amazon, Biker Dope.
Agent 999: "By procuring recommended gear or any other products through the links provided, you'll be supporting our organization and your work here as an operative."
CHEATING / DOUCHEBAGGERY
This game can be cheated on because that's not the damn point. As Nun Beatrice used to say, "you'll just be cheating yourself". Plus all winners of Swag 'n Glory will be cavity searched and all their activity reviewed. Inappropriate operative responses will be 🍆ized, and disqualification, public ridicule and/or waterboarding may ensue.