'You can say what you want about the South, but I almost never hear of anyone wanting to retire to the North.
would like to see Paul Thorn at the rally how many other people would like to have them there?
If you still have doubts go to the Taproom this Wednesday at 6 p.m. we will be there and we will convince you. Don't want to socialize contact me.
Any discussion here about a Saddlesore 1000 for Salem yet? I seem to remember start points for Redmond in Miles City MT and Ely NV which made for some interesting route choices. Maybe we could start near the top left corner of the contiguous USA for instance?
2008 R1200RT (Biarritz Blue)
I feel mildly stupid for asking this, but.....
What the newest year bike allowed in the vintage display? Someone said bike has to be at least 35 years old?
Too damn many bikes to list
"My 2 cents. Far too much was read into the original comments by the author of this thread. Thicker skin is required by all. I just took the observation of the author as a general comment, nothing more or less. That is the interest of ride reports in that we see the trip through their eyes, you or I may describe something differently but that is the way they saw it. Nothing wrong with having a difference of opinion, that is healthy, but if one wants to carry on taking exception to something that was said, do it in another thread."
Although this was in reference to some folks jumping on some comments in a ride report, the general theme is valid here.
Organizers always do the best that they can. It's not always perfect in the eyes of the beholder, but such is life. If you don't like it, get involved. If you are going to complain offer a solution.
I plan on being there ( have lodging reservations already ) and will enjoy whatever is there.
1971 R50/5 SWB with R75/6 drivetrain
I suppose that the good o'l MOA dodged a bullet when the voters of Oregon did not pass an initiative decriminalizing recreational use of Marijuana. I wonder what the passage of this measure would have meant to the rally?