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    Darryl Richman, MOA member, finished 67th, the 2nd highest finishing BMW.
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    Just noticed my link in post #60 did not show all the riders.

    Full list here
    http://www.antiquemotorcycle.org/upl...s-20180923.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by 20774 View Post
    Darryl Richman, MOA member, finished 67th, the 2nd highest finishing BMW.

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    We were in The Dallas, Or. on saturday evening for family and went for a walk and ran into this cool event. The event ended in Stevenson, WA., 45 miles from Portland, but closes enought, to Portland. It was not safe to go into Portland with these machines, we were told. There is a large lodge for all attendance. No leaking oil from the three BMWs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 20774 View Post
    Darryl Richman, MOA member, finished 67th, the 2nd highest finishing BMW.
    And let's not forget Norm Nelson who rode your MOA National Rally Vintage motorcycle chair(Lee DeYoung)'s R52.
    Well done, Team 58!!!

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    It was not safe to go into Portland with these machines, we were told.
    Pray tell us.
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    Pray tell us.
    ...with Interstate Highways & high density traffic/speed... on the other 4 lane arteries.

    "travel'n" john

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    I had taken for granted the route would use mostly county and state roads.
    In Iowa one rider told me they were on highway 218 (Avenue Of The Saints) with 4 lanes and 65 mph speed limit.
    He said it was not pleasant for the slower bikes.
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