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Old 10-27-2013, 09:22 PM   #1
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2014 Death Valley Noobs Rally - March 28, 29 & 30

yikes, the nooooobs are baaaaaaack!........

need to post this for those filling out their 2014 calendar....yeah, not to be missed...

can't believe were now gearing up for the 2014 noobs death valley rally....this chatter is still fresh....

and for those who missed this year's event,


2014 RIDE REPORT IS HERE

2013 ride report here

happy to say, this will be our 9th event, and just keep on getting better

past RR:

1st noob's rally, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th

if you have the time, please check out the RRs.


date: march 28, 29 and 30, 2014 (though many of us will be there as early as the 26th)

location: PANAMINT SPRINGS RESORT


this is the only event where the noobs rule.....

we welcome everyone, but the focus is to provide an opportunity for all new and returning riders to get back on the saddle and become better riders, at the same time to have fun.



teaser pic which is now on the front page (courtesy of rob aka redo5)



dave generously provided this one. it's from a ride a few years ago. may still be good but no guarantee unless someone confirms it.
DEATH VALLEY GPS TRACKS



DISTANCE BETWEEN GAS STATIONS (ALL PAVEMENT MILES)

OLANCHA TO PANAMINT SPRINGS: 46 MILES
PANAMINT SPRINGS TO TRONA: 48 MILES
PANAMINT SPRINGS TO STOVEPIPE WELLS: 31 MILES
STOVEPIPE WELLS TO BEATTY: 34 MILES
STOVEPIPE WELLS TO FURNACE CREEK: 24 MILES
PANAMINT SPRINGS TO TRONA: 48 MILES


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NATIONAL PARKS SERVICE MAPS HERE.....http://www.nps.gov/deva/planyourvisit/maps.htm

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EVENT SCHEDULE AND ACTIVITIES

WED - JIMMY LEWIS RIDING SCHOOL IN PAHRUMP



IMPORTANT REMINDER:
"ALL DINNERS - BRING YOUR OWN FORK, SPOON AND DRINKING CUP"


THURSDAY @ 5 PM: DINNER COOK OUT AND FUND RAISING @ BURGER AND CHILI
PARTICIPANTS WILL GET 1 TICKET FOR THE SMALL RAFFLE


FRIDAY @ 4 PM - POSSIBLE RIDING DEMO CLASS

@ 6 PM: CATERED MEXICAN DINNER


SATURDAY @ 6PM: CATERED BAR-BQ (TRI-TIP, PORK AND CHICKEN)

7PM: BIG RAFFLE


PLEASE PRESENT YOUR DINNER STUB SO WE CAN MOVE THINGS SMOOTHLY!

GROUP RIDES ARE AVAILABLE, BUT YOU HAVE TO SIGN UP TO PARTICIPATE

CHECK IN HERE..........http://ridelist.robgapps.com/

OR GO TO POST #12....http://www.advrider.com/forums/showp...3&postcount=12



WE HAVE COOL TEES...PLEASE GO TO POST #12 TO ORDER.






PLEASE CHECK YOUR NAME AND CODES, LET ME KNOW IF SOMETHING IS MISSING OR INCORRECT

1 NSFW JOEL TR3-D3 350EXC/640E

2 HOTMAMMAANDME CORIE RV3-D3 DR350

3 HOTMAMMA MARCIA CP3-D3 DR650

4 GSEQUOIA GEOFF TR3-D3 KLR650

5 SANDPLOW TONY RV3-D3

6 MS. SANDPLOW SHAE CP3-D3

7 LADDYSDIRTBOMB STEVEN CP3-D3

8 MS.LADDYSDIRTBOMB KARINA CP3-D3

9 NICOMAMA NICOLE MC2-D2 DRZ400

10 ADV MAG PAUL MC2-D2 GS1200

11 SUZUKI PHIL PHIL BT3-D0 DR350

12 JEEPINBANDITRIDER JOSH MC3-D3 VSTROM

13 DZRTRACIN SHAWN MOT-D3

14 GASDEPOT JAMES MC2-D2 TIGER885

15 BENTRAVELIN BEN MC3-D3 DR650

16 DIRTMECH RENE BT3-D2 DRZ400

17 MS.DIRTMECH EDITH CP3-D2 XT250

18 DIRTMECH GUEST ROB CP3-D3

19 SURFACETOAIR DUSTIN BT3-D3 WR450

20 AFRY ARNIE MOT-D3 950SE

21 ADVENTUREDAVE82 DAVE TC3-D3 KLR650

22 YZLVR ERIC TR3-D0 950A

23 B&S 5HP LEO MC3-D3 KLR650

24 M1JEEP RICH BT3-D3 DR650

25 M1JEEP JR RICKY CP3-D3

26 PUKAWAI BERNDT MC3-D3 DAKAR 650

27 ZEN RIDING ALBERT MC3-D3 GS1200

28 THE GRINCH PETER MOT-D3 640E

29 MS. GRINCH SHERI MOT-D3

30 PASTREDLINE KYLE MC3-D3 F800GS

31 DANTROOP CHRIS MC3-D3 XC650

32 DELIVERATOR DENNIS MC3-D3 XR650L

33 SH0CKDOC DOUG MOT-D2 990A

34 RANGERDOG LYLE MOT-D2 525EXC

35 MCKLAY DICK BT3-D3 TE630

36 MCKLAY'S SON MCKLAY JR MC3-D3 GS1200

37 VALVERDE CHRIS MC3-D3 XC650

38 FZCRUISER ROB BT3-D0 500EXC/990A

39 MS. FZCRUISER MICHELE CP3-D0

40 KLRROB ROB TR3-D2 KLR650

41 DRAVNX JEFF MC3-D3 DL650A

42 SOUPKNOTZEE JOHNNY TR3-D3 WR250R

43 EGGROLL LUKE TR3-D2 WR250R

44 TORTILLALAND ISAAC TR3-D2 DRZ400

45 ZIAO858 DANNY TR3-D2 450EXC

46 SOMBRERO SERGIO TR3-D2 TE510

47 LETSGETDIRTY ED TR3-D2 DRZ400

48 TOMSCJ6 GUEST __________ CP3-D3

49 TOMSCJ6 TOM BT3-D3

50 MTBJEFF JEFF BT3-D3 FS570

51 RENSHO TOM CP3-D3

52 IBEBIKERGAL CARMEN CP3-D3

53 SARAH SARAH CP3-D3

54 TODDSCI TODD TR3-D3 DR650

55 OHPYRAMIDS ANDREW TR3-D3 450XCW

56 JKSTEHN JON RV3-D3 WR250R

57 JON'S GUEST BRAD CP3-D3 WR250R

58 JON'S GUEST JOLA CP3-D3

59 JON'S GUEST SARAH CP3-D3

60 GOOSERIDER MORTEN MC3-D3 GS1200

61 CLIKING GREG BT3-D3 WR250R

62 SARATHMENON SARATH MC2-D2 F800GS

63 PANDAMANPROD BEN MC3-D3

64 CONTEACHER BILL MOT-D3 GS1200

65 EASYRIDER JAY JAY TR3-D3 WR250R

66 DR. SFCOOTZ REAMA TR3-D3

67 L18FLYBOY STEVE BT3-D2 KLR650

68 L18FLY GUEST BRANDON CP3-D2 DR350

69 HEAKLE HENRY MC3-D3 F800GS

70 RJNUTT ROBBIE BT3-D3 WR250R

71 TSJA TIM BT3-D0 HP2

72 OLDMAN7 JEFF CP3-D0 DR650

73 KENPOKID JAKE CP3-D0 DR350

74 BIZZZZ BIZZZZ CP3-D3 XT225

75 PCFLY PAUL TR3-D3 TE630

76 THE BRAZILIAN FERNANDO RV3-D2 690E

77 Z-ASSHURTS JIMMY BT3-D3 CRF250L

78 BOGEYMAN TONY BT3-D3 FE570

79 BROWNEYE CHRIS RV3-D3CO TE630

80 MS. BROWNEYE SHERRY CP3-D3

81 BROWNEYE JR NICK CP3-D3 WR250F

82 POINTMAN0853 GEORGE RV3-D3 500EXC

83 CARSON MOTO KEVIN CP3-DE 350EXC

84 TOAST TONY MOT-D2 950SE

85 TWWHITEY TODD MOT-D3 950SE

86 METROTEXUAL MATT MC3-D3 950A

87 DOWORKSON BRIAN BT3-D2 F800GS

88 DOWORSON GUEST 1 _________ CP3-D2 950A

89 DOWORKSONGUEST2 _________ CP3-D2 TIGER800

90 DON125 DON RV3-D3 DRZ400

91 NOTSOFAR PATRICK MC3-D3

92 GALACTIC GS LARRY MOT-D1 FE570 RALLY

93 IZZY BLUE NANCY CP3-D0 CRF230L

94 LOST RIDER FINN TR3-D0 FE570

95 ROTEX JIM MC3-D3 GSA1200

96 RED MYRA 2UP-D3 W/ ROTEX

97 SNIPERX PAUL MC3-D3 KTM 1190

98 WALLYWHIRLED WALLY MC3-D3 SE950

99 GWARHAWK AARON MC3-D3 DR650

100 BEN99R1 BEN TR3-D3 XR650L

101 VPANNEPACKER VINCE MC3-D3 1150GSA

102 BAYAREARIDER HARI BT2-D2 FE570

103 RICORIDER RICH MC3-D3 TRIUMP 1050

104 NUBS YORK TR3-D3 KLX 250

105 NUBS GUEST KAREN CP3-D3

106 FTL900 MICHAEL TR2-D2 DR650

107 STOKE TED TC3-D3 STROM650

108 LIFEOFREILLY SETH RV3-D3 690R

109 ORANGE&EVIL FELIX MC3-D3 DR650

110 FHAMMOND FERGUS CP3-D3 MULTISTRADA

111 GABRIELE - GABRIELU - CP3 - D3 - KTM950SE

112 ALYSSAG ALYSSA BT3-D3

113 GOODYAM8TE ADAM CP3-D3 650XC

114 MEGAPLOW JOE MC2-D2 525EXC

115 ALYSSA GUEST JENNY CP3-D3

116 SUPERNANNI RACHEL MC2-D2 DRZ400

117 R3R3R RANDALL TR3-D3 XR650L

118 SHOOBY PAUL TC3-D3 F800GS

119 JAB JEFF BT2-D1 XR600

120 JASONFB123 JASON CP2-D1 KLR650

121 AHAMAYJOE JOE CP2-D1 XR650

122 AIMHI BERNIE BT3-D3 XR650R

123 MAC MATT CP3-D3 690E/300EXC

124 PHILIPPE_R PHIL TR3-D2 DRZ400

125 AIRBORNDAD KEITH BT3-D0 XT225

126 AB SON JUSTIN CP3-D0 XT225

127 ODIEGREEN KYLE MC3-D3 990A

128 MICHAEL.BRAT MIKE CP3-D2 XR650L

129 TONYJ TONY MC3-D3

130 SPEEDYGEE68 AARON TR2-D2 990A

131 JOEFROMSF JOE TR3-D3 DR650

132 TDSURF TOM MC3-D3 KTM1190

133 HEIRHEAD DAVID MC3-D2 XT225

134 HEIRHEAD GUEST KIM MC3-D2 XT225

135 ISAAC004 ISAAC BT3-D2 DR650

136 LONER PAUL CABIN-D0 450EXC

137 NOWWHAT MIKE MOT-D3 690R

138 DUNERAT NOEL RV3-D2 530EXC/950SE/URAL

139 MS. DUNERAT VAL CP3-D2

140 GMC327 JASON MC3-D0 KLR650

141 ITNANTI BRIAN TR3-D3 690E

142 HEADSTALLER CHU MC3-D3 F800GS

143 CALGSER BOB BT3-D3 GS650

144 MISSADVENTURE MOLLY TR3-D2

145 SE STEVE STEVE MC3-D3 950SE

146 MACADAMIA ANDY MC3-D3 GS1200

147 LISCOTTI2006 MIKE MCE-D3

148 TBARSTOW TIM MC3-D3 XC650

149 THIRDBESTFRIEND GARY MC3-D0 GS1200

150 RICKCLICK RICK TR3-D3 WR250R

151 NWEMERYS DAVE BT3-D3 530EXC

152 CONNER CONNER MOT-D2 FS570

153 MS. CONNER MS. CONNER MOT-D2

154 COWGIRL CINDY TR3-D3 WR250

155 DAMADO DAVID MOT-D3 FE570

156 DAMADO GUEST KEVIN MOT-D3 525EXC

157 XRBADGER PATRICK MOT-D3 XR650

158 SLUGDAD BILL BT3-D3 WR250

159 SLUGDAD GUEST TIM CP3-D3 DR400

160 SLUGDAD GUEST ROBIN BT3-D3 V-STROM

161 SLUGDAD GUEST MATT CP3-D3 KLR650

162 VERMON VERN MOT-D3 530 SIX DAYS

163 SUPER SUZ SUZ TR3-D3

164 RRUUGGER JOHN BT3-D3 990A

165 BEATSWORKING DON RV3-D0 KLR650

166 CRANKY TONY TONY RV3-D0

167 BIG JOHN O JOHN CP3-D0

168 SPAFXER JIM CP3-D3 950A

169 PDPETE PETE MOT-D3 500EXC

170 MS. PDPETE BERTA MOT-D3

171 UNKGD BILL BT3-D3

172 MOTOPSYCHOMAN MARTY MC3-D3 G650GS

173 JEEPDUDE65 GEORGE TR3-D0 525EXC

174 JEEPDUDEGUEST CHARLIE CP3-D0 GS1200

175 LIORSMOTORIDE LIOR BT3-D3 KTM530

176 ESPI PABLO TR2-D2 TOYOTA 4X4

177 BIG TODD TODD MC3-D3 GSA1200

178 SIERRASOMMETS STEPHEN TR3-D3 KLR650

179 DON GUEST DAVID CP3-D3

180 GMC327 JASON MC3-D0

181 RAULTHEADVENTURER STEVE BT3-D3 990A

182 PAPAHANKNESS HENRIK MC3-D3 GS1150

183 ILLKING JASON TR3-D3 KLX250

184 TEKURRIDES CHETAN CP2-D0 TIGER800

185 MIKEY113 MIKE TR3-D2 KLR650

186 2WHEELSGOOD RICH MOT-D0 FE570/990A

186 OFF ROAD RYDER DARRYL BT3-D3 950A

188 CARLSON22 IAN CP3-D3 990A

189 OFR GUEST BRUCE CP3-D3 990A

190 ALLTERRA PETE MC2-D2 GS1200

191 JACY JULES MC3-D3

182 GUNZ11 MIKE MC3-D3 650 SERTAO

193 HONDO WILEY CP2-D2 KLR650

194 GREGTHEADVENTURER GREG BT3-D0 DR650

195 NOTSOFAR PATRICK MC3-D3 F800GS

196 FASTRING ROGER BT2-D2 WR250

197 BLAISE W KEN BT3-D3 TE610,

198 SPANIARD990 TONY MC3-D3 990A

199 AVEJOE DAVE RV3-D0 TE511

200 SONORADAVE DAVE MC3-D3 1190R

201 AMISHFLYER01D BRAD TR3-D3 GS1200

202 RIDER914 MATT MC3-D3 950A

203 RED05 ROB BT3-D3

204 RED05 GUEST 1 ALAN CP3-D3

205 RED05 GUEST 2 BROCK CP3-D3

206 PERKIO STEVE MC3-D3 GS1200

207 JIMEARHART JIM MC3-D3 GS1200

208 INDIO RAHUL MC3-D3 GS650

209 ONEWAY GARY MC3-D3 KLR650

210 GELAENDESPORT RUSS MC2-D2 HP2

211 DR. BENNY BEN MC3-D3 KLR650

212 PANAMA PASSAGE CHRISTIAN BT3 - D3 KTM 950

213 SOS CHRIS TR3-D3 400EXC

214 MARKMARK MARK MC3-D3 KLX250

215 ADOBE RIDER CURTIS MC3-D3 GS800

216 JAY'S GUEST 1 SENA 1 CP3 - D3 NON RIDING

217 JAY'S GUEST 2 SENA 2 CP3-D3 NON RIDING

218 BELKAR ROBERT MC3-D3 F650GS

219 BELKAR’S GUEST ROY MC3-D3 950A

220 DRAVNX JEFF MC3-D3 DL650

221 IXAB AARON MC3-D3 TE250

222 SALIL SALIL MC3-D3 BMW 650

223 SITO LOUIS MOT-D3 1190R


please fill this out this form and bring it when you register to pick up your badge. your personal info will be respected. hope we won't need it. if you want, put it in a sealed envelope with your name/adv name printed outside. then before you go home, you can have it back.




http://h8c.smugmug.com/20140327-Deat...8ICE%29-X2.jpg

thanks.

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Old 10-27-2013, 09:23 PM   #3
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2014 Death Valley Noobs Rally - March 28, 29 & 30

raffle prizes
1 - giant loop fandango tank bag black - joel (nsfw) - THURSDAY dinner raffle (correction made, not friday)


1 - giant loop tillamook dry bag - joel (nsfw) - THURSDAY dinner raffle (correction made, not friday)



1 - bridgestone front trailwing tw301 3x21 tire - from peter (the grinch)



2 cases of karma tequila - mike (nowwhat)


1 spyderco knife - anonymous donor...



1 spyderco knive - same anonymous donor....



2 tickets to http://www.laracingx.com/ - shawn (dzrtracin)




2 cases of synthetic motorcycle oil - from aimhi......http://www.aimhi-enduro.com/
12 quarts of Royal Monarch 10W40 Full Synthetic Motorcycle Oil
12 quarts of Royal Monarch 15W50 Full Synthetic Motorcycle Oil
each lucky winner will receive 4 quarts. i won the same oil when i participated in the rmar rally in silverton and my bike an i liked this oil.



3 sheepskin butt pads from alaska leathers..http://www.alaskaleatheronline.com/s...uxe/Categories
you also get a discount if you want to buy soon, please check out.... http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=66886

not mine, but i have the same set up on my 640




one - $50 CYCLE GEAR GIFT CERTIFICATE - from anonymous donor.......



one set of double take mirror - neduro



2 DSR DVDs ....http://www.dualsportriding.com/ - neduro





1 set of LED LIGHTS from LEDRIDER.COM or check out....http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=926884




$500 gift certificate from konflictmotorsports plus shirts, hats, decals, etc. (and $$ charity donation to Stewards of the Sequoias)





sena is donating AT 2 SETS (1 PAIR/SET) of SMH10...AND GO PRO AUDIO PACK.....
great to have when riding in a group. no more missing rider or at least you know that slow rider is still coming...

check it out...http://senabluetooth.com/product/intercoms/smh10/



6 sets of SMH10 BLUE TOOTH HELMET RADIO and 4 units of BLUE TOOTH AUDIO PACK FOR GOPRO


check out the underlined words for the manufacturer's website and product descriptions.

2 SETS (2 RADIO/SET) OF THE HELMET RADIOS AND 2 AUDIO PACKS will be RAFFLED.

THE OTHER SETS WILL BE USED ON THE GROUP RIDES FOR FIELD TESTING. sorry, i already picked the names of the field testers.



KRIEGA offered to donate a main prize of an R15 backpack (http://www.kriega.us/r15-motorcycle-backpack/) with hydration system (value $168), with a Tool Roll (http://www.kriega.us/motorcycle-tool-roll/) and a set of Fork Seal covers (http://www.kriega.us/off-road-enduro...k-seal-covers/) as smaller prizes, plus a bunch of stickers and key rings etc to give away.




assorted swags from GIANT LOOP




1 moose tail bag from jlemond.




LIORSMOTORIDE is donating $200 GIFT CERTIFICATE (labor only)



many of us take our bikes to lior. very good and honest mechanic, also factory trained bmw but likes to ride KTM....

good rider and thoughtful. last year he won the $300 gift certificate from Jimmy Lewis, however he felt someone else could benefit from the training, he gave it me so i can hand it over to another noob rally participant...how cool is that?...

he's coming and i asked him to bring his trailer, tools and common spare parts, including tires, chains, tubes, etc. for emergencies. though he wants to go riding, he may be able to fix your bike so we could get you go riding and not left out in the camp or riding alone. LOL if you could make him do the 6k mile maintenance service....

he has a 4x4 with night lights that will be available to retrieve your bike if needed.



1 fuse box w/ 6 circuits - long (scubalong)

http://www.bluesea.com/products/5025..._Bus_and_Cover






two $50 gift certificate, hats and door prizes from TOURATECH




one pair of cyclops long range optimus LED

http://www.cyclopsadventuresports.co...ound_p_10.html




david (damado) is donating one ktm tank bag. half of the participants will want this.....

don't worry, if kool aid is not your favorite drink, you could always blacken out the tla.



dave is also donating a front tire that came as original equipment on his baja 990. less than 100 miles.


from the adobe crew:
One year subscription to Illustrator CC


One year subscription to Photoshop CC



michael.brat is donating a Riseful Roll Pro III. These GoPro cases are designed by Mike himself and made right here in SoCal.

http://www.riseful.com/






Donating gift certificates for some killer bike protection, check them out here; www.devolracing.com





MikaMetals donating 2 certificates for handlebars, check them out here; www.mikametals.com lots of killer stuff on their site.







MX Filters is donating 5 certificates for DT-1 air filters as well as all DV Noobs Rally participants will get 40% off coupons for anything on their site; www.mxfilters.com






EBC donating a set of front and rear pads as well as front and rear rotors







FMF boys are dropping off a box of hats, tes's and hoodies. Also FMF has some Kurt Caselli shirts for sale with all proceeds going to the Caselli family, check it out here; http://apparel.fmfracing.com/shop/ride-like-caselli/






Pro Billet Spark Arrestors - , 1 - Honda CRF, 1 KTM 450/525






The folks at Big 5 Sporting Goods have donated 4 sleeping bags; 2 - 30 degree baggs, 1 - oversized 30 degree bag and one 0 degree bag



ConTeacher has also secured the following:



10 - $10.00 Gift Certificates
01 - Tusk Fender Tube Pack with Tire Irons
01 - Tusk Tire Repair Kit
01 - Tusk Folding 1/4" drive Mini T-Handle set
01 - Tusk Mini Rachet Tool set
02 pair - A.R.C. MX Socks size 10-13
02 - XL Flex Hats




02 - $20.00 Discount Certificates









bigtodd's friends at DRAGON just donated these:





for 2nd year in a row, KLIM supports the nOObs rally and donated a $250 gift certificate.....







also, their second year helping the noobs. BAJA DESIGN is sending us a $300 GIFT CERTIFICATE

i have one of their squadrons on my 350, extremely bright and a must for night riding. also have the baja kit on my xr400 making my bike street legal.

baja design is another california company located in san marcos. it contains components > 65% that are made in USA.....


http://www.bajadesigns.com/






Dr. Benny..............is donating a set of moto travel DVDs.



www.MotorcycleMexico.com
Video Trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzdgGxtE9s4
Image: http://images.motorcycle-usa.com/Pho...Mexico-DVD.jpg



Scotts Performance Products have been nice enough to donate 50 vouchers good for 20% off retail prices of the following products they sell:
-All Scotts products (steering dampers, damper/stabilizer repair/service, ss oil filters, skid plates, etc)
-Shorai Batteries
-Battery Tenders
-Klim gear
-Maxima oil
-EBC brake pads
-IMS tanks and footpegs
-Renthal fatbars
-Answer Protaper Evo bars

http://www.scottsonline.com/

Scotts has a store in Montrose (near the start of the Angeles Crest Highway) that feels like a well stocked small local shop. They have many great products to choose from, in stock on the floor. Definitely worth a visit.



Probably their most well known product, a steering stabilizer/damper. Shown is the slick anti vibration bar mount with polyurethane isolation dampers.






more wonderful prizes from TWISTED THROTTLE

2 - $50 GIFT CERTIFICATE
1 - SET OF BARKBASTER
1 - SET OF DENALI DM LED
220 VOUCHERS @ 10% DISCOUNT - everyone gets one!







Tommy Bahama donation. Got my work to donate some shirts for the raffle. I know it's not moto stuff but they are real nice shirts for relaxing on the beach in Baja after your adventure.






Wanted to let you know Gordon at RRR Tool Solutions has donated for the rally



2 - 4 piece Vessel Screw Driver Sets at $50.00 each




2 - 3R Moto Stands at $34.00 each








excellent upgrade for those looking for taller bars.

M1Jeep is donating a brand new / never mounted handlebar made by ProTaper:

CR-Mid - silver 1-1/8th
Easton - KTM
sweep 60
height 82
width 813

full specs here....http://www.protaper.com/products/handlebars/contour

pics is from google image and actual could be different.




www.the-field-kit.com....sent us this cool tool roll.







great tool roll, genuine leather and made in los angeles by a fellow inmate...





ben and stephanie sent us $100 gift certificate because noobies need bigger tanks.

get a real gas tank that will take you farther places on your adventure








trailtech sent us

3 of tach/hour meter. i find it useful since i do my own oil change on my pesky and needy ktms. i also get to see the idle rpm and set the correct rpm for the rekluse.



1 of this. the official gps and bike computer of the king of the moto. multi-functions, speedo, odometer, tach, engine temp, air temp, compass, altimeter, voltmeter, etc. presently installing on my honda xr400 and ktm 640E. yeah, i stole them from the raffle prizes........just kidding.


detailed info here..http://www.trailtech.net/digital-gau...yager-moto-gps


lastly a pair of this



trailtech has been a regular and good supporter of the noobs rally. they want to see happy noob faces....


tune in...more good stuff coming....

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2014 Death Valley Noobs Rally - March 28, 29 & 30

Ladies and Gents,

This is the floor plan for Panamint Springs resort and motel.





I'll try to make this better than last year. Let's see how it goes...

Here is the campground list. Please check your name and let me know what spot you want. If I dont get your request, I'll just assign you a random spot.

#1 hotmama, hotmamaandme, rjnutt
#2 sandplow, mrs. sanplow, laddysdirtbomb, mrs. laddysdirtbomb
#3 Dunerat
#4 lifeofreilly, goodonyam8
#5 elifino, elifino guest, alyssag, alyssag guest, fhammond, ixab, ixab's bro
#6 the brazilian
#7 Don125, Don125's guest
#8 avejoe
#9 Browneye, Browneye's wife, Browneye's son
#10 CrankyTony
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#12 jkstehn, jkstehn's guest #1, jkstehn's guest #2, jkstehn's guest #3
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Heres a repost of something I put together a few years ago
HOPEFULLY this is all just a big waste of computerized electrons and NONE of it will be needed:

I know it's too much info but if it jogs ANYONES memory and anyone remembers even 5% of it then any potential patient's will be better off

Rescue plan

For EMERGENCY life threatening situations ONLY

1. Activate SPOT 911 button
2. Start the ABCC's Airway, Breathing, Circulation, Cevical Spine Immobilization (More Details to follow in Basic Guidelines Below)
3. Send the 2 best riders that know where they are going to go Call 911 AND /OR contact any Ranger after they have contacted and or called 911 those riders will head back to PSR to get a vehicle to retrieve the downed riders Motorcycle


For NON life threatening situations
those will be handled be the riding group
do not use the SPOT Help button unless absolutely necessary as a last resort
best practice would be to send 2 or 3 riders back to PSR to obtain any parts needed or a vehicle to retrieve the broken motorcycle and or hurt rider
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Basic Guidelines

Keep (or at least sound) calm and it will reduce the panic of everyone else present.
In an emergency situation, psychological management is important. If a central person takes charge and is remaining calm, this will transfer to all of the other people on the scene and will help the victim far more than if everyone is overly excited and pumped with adrenaline. Take two deep breaths when you feel yourself losing it.
Get to victim, reassure, establish communication
After a person has gone down, they will be in a confused and scared state.
It is important to reassure them and to make sure they will not try to move or get to their bike.
Try something like, "You've been in a motorcycle accident. It is very important that you do not try to move. My name is (whatever your name is) '' Tell them that help is coming
Be careful what you say around the victim, even if they are unconscious. Hearing works even in the unconscious state if you say , "Damn, look at that bone sticking out! I don't think this looks very good for him at all '', it's going to register at some level with them and can do nothing but harm.

Safety factors



It is important to keep safety in mind; if you are helping someone lying in the middle of the road
* get someone up the road and down the road to wave down traffic. especially important in corners where other riders or cars may not have time to stop

* The person with the most training (first aid, CPR, etc.) attends directly to the victim. Assuming the victim is lying on the ground, have someone sit behind their head and should stabilize his or her head to avoid unnecessary movement (i.e. hold their head still). Assume the person has a back/neck injury and any unnecessary movement could risk paralysis.
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Start doing "ABCC'' at the arrival on the scene and every 5 minutes thereafter



A Airway
* Is there something to impede their airway? Gravel in the helmet, something down the throat? Gum? ,Candy? This needs to be cleared immediately, without helmet removal if at all possible.
B Breathing
* Is the person breathing? Place the side of your face just above the victim's mouth, looking down along their chest. Look for movement of the chest, feel and listen for breathing. Do this for up to 10 seconds.

If the Emergency Services have not been called, send a bystander to call 911. Make sure they know the exact location of the accident and can tell the 911 Operator if the victim's is conscious or unconscious, breathing or not breathing.
C Circulation
* Check the pulse on the throat initially and subsequently on their wrist. This is the carotid artery, right next to the wind pipe/Adam's apple on either side. If pulse is not present, remove helmet if necessary and begin CPR immediately. When checking pulse on their wrist, do not check with thumb; use the two fingers next to the thumb.
C Cervical Spine Immobilization
* Support the victim's head and make sure they don't move it. CONSIDER EVERY MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT A HEAD INJURY, CONSIDER EVERY MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT A CERVICAL/BACK INJURY! This is important even if they feel they can move their head normally! When you talk to the victim initially, add on a short bit to reassure them;
"You've been in a motorcycle accident. It is important that you don't move. My name is (whatever your name is) . make sure you Answer me without moving your head. We don't know if you have a neck injury or not. help is on the way.''
Again, make sure that the victim does not move at all, their head or any other part.

The three questions


Ask the victim three questions and document their responses;
* * What is your name?
* Where are you?
* What day of the week is it?

If breathing is taking place normally, LEAVE HELMET ON!

If you have a rider down and not moving, but he is breathing or is alert and oriented but doesn't want to move. , Don't remove the helmet. However, if the helmet is to remain on the rider and you are maintaining C-spine. You MUST elevate the shoulders. The helmet will raise the head and can obstruct the airway due to positioning or even cause further damage to the C-spine by causing misalignment. a jacket folded over a few times is just the right thickness to accommodate the thickness of the helmet.

It is very dangerous to remove someone's helmet if they have some type of cervical/back injury. The only time it should be removed is if the airway is blocked and cannot be cleared with the helmet on or if it is necessary to perform CPR.
After initial evaluation of seriousness of injuries, call 911, After there has been a quick evaluation of the number of injured people and just the most preliminary guess of seriousness, someone has to be sent to get an ambulance. Remember that an ambulance can only support one truly injured person.
It is important to remember that a lot of the injuries that don't look serious to us could very well be life-threatening and injuries that look fatal are relatively minor. If you can't tell, assume it's Urgent!
Send two bikes to the nearest ranger or business tell them "There has been an accident. Please call 911.'' (it is important to let the 911 dispatcher know that it was a motorcycle accident, however). It is less threatening to ask to call 911 than it is to ask to come in and use their phone.



Things to tell 911 dispatcher
** there has been a motorcycle accident
* need an ambulance
* the # of injured people (and how badly injured they are). A severely traumatized person will require an entire ambulance to themselves, so it is important to give the EMS dispatcher some idea of the scope of the accident. If they only send one ambulance and there are two people who need one immediately, it will be a problem.
* location of accident
You (the caller) hangs up last!
The 911 dispatchers are well-trained and will get all the information they need from you before hanging up. Stay on the line until they do.

Things that may be necessary for victim
It is helpful if you know some special equipment is going to be necessary to tell the dispatcher;



Helicopter
* Most rural areas cannot handle severe trauma and they may need to get the victim to a trauma center via helicopter. If they know there may be a need, they can get the helicopter ready to leave for the rural hospital when a doctor establishes the extent of the injuries.
Document personal information if possible (victim may pass out)


Before professional help arrives, if possible, document information about the victim. They may become unconscious and it will be helpful to have information like
* * ask their Full name
* Age, date of birth
* emergency contact name & number(s) ask if there is someone that they would like you to contact for them
* Doctor

AMPLE documentation
the way to remember this is to remember that "There is AMPLE time to document this before the help arrives.'' Again, this will be very helpful to the paramedics if the victim passes out.
A Are you Allergic to anything?
M Are you on any Medications? Street drugs? Alcohol? (when last taken? & how much?)
P What's your Past medical history?
L Last meal - when did you eat last? (will help anesthesiologist if one is necessary)

E What were the Events leading up to the injury?
* If the doctors and paramedics have some idea how accident occurred, it will give them better ideas on what kind of injuries to look for. Did the person low-side and slide for a while on one of their sides? Did they go over the bars? Did they head-butt a solid object, such as a rock? If they went over the bars, is there any obvious damage to the tank / handlebars which might indicate they hit the lower abdomen/groin area? This kind of stuff could help the doctors/paramedics.
Check pulse every 5 minutes & document it
Every 5 minutes the pulse should be checked at the wrist. If the pulse goes away at the wrist, check at the throat. This is a late sign of shock
Write down the number of beats per minute and the time you took the measurement.
Check breathing every 5 minutes & document it
Just like the pulse, check number of breaths per minute, the most reliable method being by placing your hand on the person's chest.
Try to check their breathing rate without their knowing it. If they know you are counting their respirations, they may unconsciously alter their breathing rate.
Record this number along with the pulse every 5 minutes. Also note the type of breathing; fast, shallow, gurgling, labored, easy, whatever.
Even in layman's terms it may be useful to the paramedics.
Watch for signs of person going into shock


Signs of shock:
** Inability to answer the 3 questions coherently* What is your name?
* Where are you?
* What day of the week is it?

Pale, cool, clammy skin
Delayed capillary refill press a fingernail so that it turns white. It should turn back to pink in less than 2 seconds. If it takes longer, that is not a good sign.
Radial pulse (pulse at the wrist) goes away but there is still a pulse on the neck

There isn't much you can do once someone starts going into shock, but a few minor things that may help:
** Assure adequate breathing. This really comes with the AB of ABCC.
* Loosen restrictive clothing.
* Reassure victim.
* Keep the person warm (not too hot though).
* Elevate the feet ~6 in.
This is actually a judgment call since you shouldn't really do that with suspected spinal injuries.
* Control bleeding.
This is probably obvious but if you don't realize the victim is bleeding and they are rapidly going into shock, this should tell you something.
* Immobilize fractures.
This helps relieve pain and control bleeding.

Stop bleeding, using sterile bandages/dressings if available
Two important things here are to (a) stop any bleeding as soon as possible and (b) keep the wounds sanitary as much as possible. (a) is far more important than (b). Peripheral limbs are commonly lost to infection, but given the choice between stopping bleeding and using a non-sanitary cover, using the non-sanitary wrapping is preferred. Blood loss is bad. Wounds can be cleaned at a hospital.
If sterile dressings are not immediately available, use the cleanest item of clothing available
When ambulance arrives
Before the ambulance arrives, send people to the intersections in all directions to watch for/direct the ambulance.


When the ambulance arrives, it is important to stay out of their way as much as possible. Meet them and identify yourself as being ``in charge'' and to be the person to contact if they need anything (bikes moved, people moved, whatever). Make sure you
** Let them know who's in charge
* Give factual account of accident It is IMPORTANT for medical personnel to have an HONEST estimate of the speed and circumstances at the time of the accident.
* Give them all of the information that has been written down (periodic vital signs and the three questions from ABCC at 5 minute intervals, personal information about the victim, etc.)
* Give them an honest evaluation of patient's drug/alcohol consumption this will also help the anesthesiologist if one is necessary
* Stay back or leave if told

It is important to give them the most accurate information possible! If the person just had 10 beers in the past hour, tell them! They are not the law enforcement, their only concern is the safety of the patient. By underestimating, trying to cover up, or not telling the whole truth, you are only keeping important information which may be necessary for the safety of the patient if an anesthesiologist is needed this is critical info
If the helmet was removed, send it along in the ambulance. The doctors may use the visible damage to the helmet to assist them in what to look for in terms of injuries.
If there were leaking fluids, let the medical personnel know. The fluids may have gotten on the patient and they need to know if there was oil, gas, brake fluid or something like that on an open wound

I KNOW THIS HAS BEEN TOUCHED ON BEFORE BUT IT MIGHT BE A GOOD IDEA TO THROW OUT ONE MORE DISCLAIMER

EVERYONE SHOULD BE RIDING AS IF THEY ARE RIDING ALL BY THEMSELVES KNOWING THAT IF THE CRASH THEY ARE TOTALLY SCREWED
EVERYONE SHOULD BE RIDING IN A GROUP
EVERYONE SHOULD BE CARRYING A FIRST AID KIT
EVERYONE SHOULD BE CARRYING WATER
EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW THEIR FUEL CAPACITY AND MILEAGE LIMITS
EVERYONE NEEDS TO RIDE WITHIN THEIR ABILITYS
EVERYONE SHOULD BE PREPARED TO SPEND THE NIGHT IN THE COLD RAIN /SNOW IN THE MIDDLE OF THE DESERT IF THEY BREAKDOWN, START YOUR RIDE WEARING SOMETHING YOU WOULD BE COMFORTABLE SLEEPING IN
EVERYONE NEEDS TO RIDE WITH THE KNOWLEDGE THAT IF THEY CRASH IT WILL BE A LONG TIME BEFORE PROFESSIONAL HELP ARRIVES
BIKE RETRIEVAL IS SECONDARY TO GETTING THE RIDER THE HELP THEY NEED

ASSUME THAT THE OTHER RIDERS IN YOUR GROUP HAVE ZERO TO MINIMAL TRAINING IN BASIC FIRST AID & CPR


THE OTHER RIDERS AND RIDE LEADERS AND OTHER VOLUNTEERS ARE NOT HERE TO SAVE YOUR CLOWN ASS FROM YOUR OWN DRUNKIN HIGH SPEED STUPIDITY
THEY ARE HERE TO HAVE FUN AND RIDE
DON'T RELEY ON THEM
IF SOMEONE ENDS UP HELPING YOU BE SURE TO THANK THEM

IF YOU GET HURT ITS YOUR FAULT
IF YOU BREAK YOUR BIKE AND SPEND THE NIGHT IN THE DESERT ITS YOUR FAULT
IF NO ONE CAN HELP YOU ITS YOUR FAULT
TRY TO BE AS PREPARED AS YOU CAN FOR ANY SITUATION
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This is THE nOOb event of the year. It is not to be missed. Make room on your calendar!
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This is THE nOOb event of the year. It is not to be missed. Make room on your calendar!
Sorry...I misread this. Non-nOObs are welcomed as well. There are rides for ALL levels. Right, Mike?!
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Sorry...I misread this. Non-nOObs are welcomed as well. There are rides for ALL levels. Right, Mike?!
I heard Mike will lead a Full Noob ride on Saturday.
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