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Old 01-03-2013, 05:55 PM   #961
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Half off coupon... Man I would put a hurtin in that deal!!!!
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Old 01-03-2013, 06:03 PM   #962
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Modification to Existing Raffle Prize

After an interesting conversation with author Jack Riepe (http://jackriepe.blogspot.com/) this afternoon, Jack has chosen to donate FOUR copies of his highly acclaimed and recently released new book "Conversations With A Motorcycle"







This semi-autobiographical read is frickin' hilarious, but not for the faint of heart! Here's a sample of his writing:

I was straddling a 1995 BMW K75 fifty feet from where the Atlantic washes into Delaware Bay, in North Cape May. The day faded to gray and it was impossible to see the state of Delaware only 15 miles distant. The dunes, carefully preserved by a community that has its priorities right, are incredibly romantic. Just like my first sexual experience, I was there alone. But there is something about me that some women cannot resist. An elderly lady with a walker approached, fired off a flirtatious smile, and said, “Isn’t that cute. A man of your age riding a motorcycle.”


I respond by forcing a twinkle into my left eye and by smiling back. I am 58-years-old. I imagined what it would be like to watch a giant squid drag this old bitch into the water, wrapped in 50-foot-long tentacles. But there is never a giant squid around when you need one.



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Old 01-03-2013, 06:53 PM   #963
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Glenn from Clearwater Lights (http://clearwaterlights.com/products2_pp.html) has donated a 50% off voucher for any one of their products!




Clearwater Lights are compact, easy to mount and simple to install. In order to maximize the full potential of HPLEDs, Clearwater uses advanced microprocessor controlled circuits to keep light output constant at a wide range of voltages. Because we use programmable circuits to control the power, we can even remotely adjust brightness!


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bill big thanks again....

your linky not working. folks try this one....CLEAR WATER LIGHTS

i have been keeping an eye on this one, got a 15% voucher from RMAR, but I like 50% better....

me like krista...



i have a pair of LEDs on my 640e, and i swear that i won't be riding at night without them. all you PPs doing the long route may need additional lighting....
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Old 01-03-2013, 07:00 PM   #964
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An XPC seat modification worth up to $365 (standard build with full suede cover and XPC logo embroidery) donated by Jim Houle, owner of XPCRacing (www.xpcracing.com).



Using multiple densities of foam and performance cover materials we are able to create a custom seat that was designed for you - not for the masses. The ideal seat cover choice is Performance Suede, which is a natural suede material. This material allows your seat to breathe and gives you the right feeling and control while either standing or sitting. The seat covers also feature double stitch seams which lay flat against the seat so they do not rub on your legs.


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After an interesting conversation with author Jack Riepe (http://jackriepe.blogspot.com/) this afternoon, Jack has chosen to donate FOUR copies of his highly acclaimed and recently released new book "Conversations With A Motorcycle"







This semi-autobiographical read is frickin' hilarious, but not for the faint of heart! Here's a sample of his writing:

I was straddling a 1995 BMW K75 fifty feet from where the Atlantic washes into Delaware Bay, in North Cape May. The day faded to gray and it was impossible to see the state of Delaware only 15 miles distant. The dunes, carefully preserved by a community that has its priorities right, are incredibly romantic. Just like my first sexual experience, I was there alone. But there is something about me that some women cannot resist. An elderly lady with a walker approached, fired off a flirtatious smile, and said, “Isn’t that cute. A man of your age riding a motorcycle.”


I respond by forcing a twinkle into my left eye and by smiling back. I am 58-years-old. I imagined what it would be like to watch a giant squid drag this old bitch into the water, wrapped in 50-foot-long tentacles. But there is never a giant squid around when you need one.



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damn.....when it rains it pours. bill you are the man...

please pass our appreciation to your contacts. folks participating in this event, please don't forget our sponsors.

the way it looks, each participant has a 33% chance bringing home something with him or her, this month we will be stepping up and solicit raffle prizes from vendors and manufacturers. your odd just keep on getting better.
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Old 01-03-2013, 09:30 PM   #965
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After an interesting conversation with author Jack Riepe (http://jackriepe.blogspot.com/) this afternoon, Jack has chosen to donate FOUR copies of his highly acclaimed and recently released new book "Conversations With A Motorcycle"







This semi-autobiographical read is frickin' hilarious, but not for the faint of heart! Here's a sample of his writing:

I was straddling a 1995 BMW K75 fifty feet from where the Atlantic washes into Delaware Bay, in North Cape May. The day faded to gray and it was impossible to see the state of Delaware only 15 miles distant. The dunes, carefully preserved by a community that has its priorities right, are incredibly romantic. Just like my first sexual experience, I was there alone. But there is something about me that some women cannot resist. An elderly lady with a walker approached, fired off a flirtatious smile, and said, “Isn’t that cute. A man of your age riding a motorcycle.”


I respond by forcing a twinkle into my left eye and by smiling back. I am 58-years-old. I imagined what it would be like to watch a giant squid drag this old bitch into the water, wrapped in 50-foot-long tentacles. But there is never a giant squid around when you need one.



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If I don't win this book I will have to get a copy!
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Old 01-03-2013, 09:44 PM   #966
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PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS ON PAGE 1.

PLEASE FIND THE TIME TO READ WHAT IS POSTED!

REALLY APPRECIATE EVERYONE'S ENTHUSIASM IN PARTICIPATING ON THIS THREAD AND EVENTUALLY AT THE RALLY,

IT'S OVERWHELMING AND WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT, VOLUNTEER IF YOU CAN.

THANK YOU.,

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Old 01-03-2013, 09:56 PM   #967
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Sorry for being a problem child but..................

The group I am camping with were only looking at doing dinner on Thursday (SOS) dinner and none of the others, your D1,2,3 codes don't give me that as a choice.

Sorry.
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Old 01-03-2013, 09:56 PM   #968
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PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS ON PAGE 1.

PLEASE FIND THE TIME TO READ WHAT IS POSTED!

REALLY APPRECIATE EVERYONE'S ENTHUSIASM IN PARTICIPATING ON THIS THREAD AND EVENTUALLY AT THE RALLY,

IT'S OVERWHELMING AND WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT, VOLUNTEER IF YOU CAN.

THANK YOU.,

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Old 01-03-2013, 10:11 PM   #969
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Should us waiting list folks pay up now on the understanding that we're tentative until the floodgates open on the 18th?
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Old 01-03-2013, 11:02 PM   #970
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My son and I would like to participate if space becomes available. We would like to camp with Paul(campbp).
Jesse (jandreno)- TR3 - D3 - Triumph 800 xc
Chad - TR3 - D3 - Super Tenere
You are added to the waiting list Jesse.

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Sign me up too - please

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Hopefully, it'll take this time.
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Sorry for being a problem child but..................

The group I am camping with were only looking at doing dinner on Thursday (SOS) dinner and none of the others, your D1,2,3 codes don't give me that as a choice.

Sorry.
Hey Bob,

I think D1 is for only Thursday night (SOS) dinner.
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Old 01-04-2013, 06:15 AM   #971
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Sorry for being a problem child but..................

The group I am camping with are reprobates of the worst kind.... I recommend that you uninvite us.

Sorry.

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Old 01-04-2013, 07:39 AM   #972
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answers to couple of questions

1. D1 is for Sat night, if you want to do only Thurs fund raising dinner - just send any amount.
2. If you're coming earlier than Thursday, you book your site at PSR and pay only the prior days. For Thurs, Fri and Sat nights - do not pay PSR, paypal me instead.

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Should us waiting list folks pay up now on the understanding that we're tentative until the floodgates open on the 18th?
not yet, let's wait after the 18th. no flood gates, we will have those on the waiting list get their spots according to their position #.
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Old 01-04-2013, 09:06 AM   #973
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Old 01-04-2013, 10:42 AM   #974
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not yet, let's wait after the 18th. no flood gates, we will have those on the waiting list get their spots according to their position #.
Copy that. I'll hold on to my cash and try to get in when the flood gates open.
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Old 01-04-2013, 11:01 AM   #975
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