2021 DAM J.A.M. #30 

DAM J.A.M. #30 is Saturday, September 11, in Pryor, OK and lands beyond.  We are in need of a dozen or so  ham radio operators to provide stationary and rolling coverage out on the routes.  If there's any way you could come out to help, we'd feed you, give you a shirt, cover the cost of fuel used and sincerely thank you.  We're gathering in Whitaker Park, Pryor around 6:00 A.M.

If you can help for all or part of the day, please reply and give me your shirt size and any limitations you have.

Also, please pass this information along to anyone else you think might need to know.


Jim Beach

Also notify Paul Young - KE5EHM at KE5EHM@tulsahamradio.org so he can keep track of the number of volunteers we have to support this event.

The 30th annual DAM J.A.M. Bicycle Tour is Saturday, September 11, 2021, in Pryor, Oklahoma.

For most of those 30 years, we’ve been fortunate to have outstanding crews of 10-12 hams serving as SAG drivers and stationary safety marshals.

If you can help this year, please let me know your commitment and t-shirt size by August 31. Besides the t-shirt, we offer lunch and fuel reimbursement.

Jim Beach KE5URF, (918) 639-0362 or damjamjim@gmail.com

Beginning and ending in Pryor, Oklahoma, cyclists enjoy scenic, hilly rides past five of Northeast Oklahoma’s lakes in beautiful Mayes and Delaware Counties.


The event is Saturday, September 11, 2021 beginning at Whitaker Park in Pryor.
Jim needs to know if you can help!

Find more information below.


Meet at Whitaker Park (see map above) in Pryor at 0600 sharp.
Find maps of the different routes at http://damjambicycletour.com/maps.php.

To offer your help or for more detailed information,
Paul Young - KE5EHM
(918) 637-8414

email to ke5ehm@tulsahamradio.org

People with communications capabilities will be needed at each of the Rest Stops and there may be other water holes that need to be manned.  The tour could go as late as 8 P.M. CDT for the last riders to finish.  Communications help can be used to relieve others throughout the day and early evening.  If you can participate in this event, it just puts another feather in the hats for area amateur radio.
Thanks in advance if you are able to participate!