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    2011 Rally Location




    Made you look

    Never too early to start the discussion it seems around here!


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    Weisenheimer!

    But a good question. What zone is next after the West coast?

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    West

    Hawaii is a lovely spot, although hard to ride to.
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    My beer bet.

    Its going back to Vermont because we have a record to break and people to knock down getting to the finish line.
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    Toledo - no problem finding a flat spot for your tent.

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    I've heard New Mexico

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motorwerk View Post
    Toledo - no problem finding a flat spot for your tent.


    That would sure make things easy for me. Actually, I could come up with some good routes to ride, and I can also think of a few facilities that would be able to host us. Hmmm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by henzilla View Post


    Made you look

    Never too early to start the discussion it seems around here!


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    Leadville. I will buy a round at the old saloon for the first 100 RTs that meet me there.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Statdawg View Post
    Its going back to Vermont because we have a record to break and people to knock down getting to the finish line.
    +1

    Although I don't think I'll be staying at that dorm this time. Too humid for no a/c!

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    Taylorville, Illinois home of the State Basketball Champion Team of 1944 with a record no other high school can match these days...45 and 0...state's will not allow teams to play that many games in one season....trophy available for viewing at shower location, the local high school...

    at Manners Park...

    Pool, Pond, twisty road, 3 blocks from downtown, Arby's, McDonalds, Angelo's Pizza, Bill's Toasty's open 24/7 since 1940's but can seat only 12 at a time, baseball diamonds where I spent my youth, town square, plenty of bars, pool tables, just 30 miles from the Abe Lincoln Museum in Springfield, only 12 local police officials and not hilly, but not completely flat, especially out by the cemetary. Vendors can set up where bike's don't have to drive through them going out of rally. An amazing array of bean and cornfields, many more than Lima, Ohio. Current average rally attendence would put the rally participants and local citizens at just about a 1 to 1 ratio...so not crowded. AND I've never known any of the rest rooms to be out of toilet paper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motodan View Post
    Taylorville, Illinois home of the State Basketball Champion Team of 1944 with a record no other high school can match these days...45 and 0...state's will not allow teams to play that many games in one season....trophy available for viewing at shower location, the local high school...

    at Manners Park...

    Pool, Pond, twisty road, 3 blocks from downtown, Arby's, McDonalds, Angelo's Pizza, Bill's Toasty's open 24/7 since 1940's but can seat only 12 at a time, baseball diamonds where I spent my youth, town square, plenty of bars, pool tables, just 30 miles from the Abe Lincoln Museum in Springfield, only 12 local police officials and not hilly, but not completely flat, especially out by the cemetary. Vendors can set up where bike's don't have to drive through them going out of rally. An amazing array of bean and cornfields, many more than Lima, Ohio. Current average rally attendence would put the rally participants and local citizens at just about a 1 to 1 ratio...so not crowded. AND I've never known any of the rest rooms to be out of toilet paper.
    Wow, sounds like a great place. I may have to visit it myself

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    Wasilla, Alaska?

    Crawford. Texas?

    South Chicago?

    Dawson, Yukon Territory?

    Guam?

    San Juan, Puerto Rico?

    Ciudad Ju?*rez, Chihuahua?

    The possibilities are endless
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