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Ohio / Re: Ohio Member Map Dec. 2018 - by zip code
« Last post by doug mcpeek on Today at 01:10:10 PM »
Here is a more spread out map by zip code.  Cincinnati, Dayton and Columbus look a bit different.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1TZV5budQn8YpLaKQqUxXYCzyjt-0EcWs&usp=sharing

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Ohio / Re: Ohio Member Map Dec. 2018
« Last post by Patmo on Today at 10:56:13 AM »
Unless there has been a lot of Cincinnati people not renew their memberships, there would appear to be some missing from the map.


Tom....We could probably be able to set up an MSTA booth at the show.  I will see Tim Burke of the Cincy Café Club this coming Wednesday and I can ask him about it.  He has allowed me to put up some information about the club before. If they have the space, I don't think it will be any problem.
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Ohio / Re: Ohio Member Map Dec. 2018
« Last post by STLTHMSTA on Today at 09:05:06 AM »
Indeed cool. Looks like the Cincinnati area needs some work. Hmmm, maybe a booth at the Cafe' Race show?? Is that possible ?  TM
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Ohio / Re: Ohio Member Map Dec. 2018
« Last post by NinjaBob on Today at 08:40:10 AM »
Very cool!
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Ohio / Ohio Member Map Dec. 2018
« Last post by doug mcpeek on Yesterday at 11:43:24 PM »
Using Google My Maps I put a flag on every town inhabited by a current Ohio member of the MSTA.  Columbus has 15 members, Dayton 13 and several towns have 3-5, but most of the map points represent a single member.  The flags are on the towns, no addresses were used.  You can access the map by clicking the link below:
   https://drive.google.com/open?id=1thsG5xTxXUWvpONOs4TXqYItCW4v0ppK&usp=sharing
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STAR 2019 / Re: STAR 2019 dates and venue
« Last post by Patmo on Yesterday at 05:41:39 PM »


I had someone who wanted to contact the Star 2019 committee or coordinator so they could volunteer.

You stated "By the way, the local team already has everything either done or already in the works.  They are totally on top of what needs to be done!"

So is the local team a secret! That the general membership is not to be aware of.
As a long time member I'd like to be aware of who is on the team and how to contact them.


It’s no secret that finding people to help out on many things is not hard to do.  Most of the members are ready willing and able to help when asked.

However, gettimg someone to step up and say, “I’ll take charge” is a whole different story.  Not complaining.  People have honest and legitimate reasons for not wanting to be THE person.  Believe me, I understand!  But for that reason, we don’t have “A” committee.  What we do have is some members, mostly local to the area, that have stepped up to help out  in specific areas....routes, lunch, etc.....that need to be set up prior to the event.  Dennis has been the Main coordinator of this so far.  He would “the” person to contact right now.  We will certainly need lots of people to help out AT the event and in the area closer to the time of the event, so additional volunteers are always needed and always welcome.


One thing we do need is someone to organize the raffle ticket sales AT the event.  We will be sending out tickets to all members sometime in January, and people will be able to buy tickets when they register online prior to the event, but we will still need someone to help,coordinate it there, along with people willing to help out.  Anyone interested in that can contact me.  Pat Mogavero


But ANY member, long term or short term or brand new, can contact me via email or phone or PM anytime they want...not just about STAR either.  I’m sure the other people in the club, no matter what position they hold, feel the same way.
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For Sale / 2006 v strom for sale
« Last post by billvanevera on Yesterday at 02:19:32 PM »
I have a 2006 v strom w almost 70k miles in excellent running condition.  has large windshield, center stand, good tires, trunk bag, highway pegs, hand guards, and new chain.  am riding weekly, weather permitting, in fort smith Arkansas area.  priced to sell at $2400.  still love riding it but can't ride 4 bikes as often as I would like so one or two must go. phone is 479 494 7020 or you can email me at billdonnavaneve@gmail.com  my son can help me post pics if someone is seriously interested.
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STAR 2019 / Re: STAR 2019 dates and venue
« Last post by dpippin on Yesterday at 11:37:07 AM »
Hi Doug,

What are the questions?  Maybe I can help here.

Also, as I think someone already said, the dates are listed as Sunday being the official start date with the following Thursday being the end date.  The "close" of STAR is Wednesday night after the banquet of course, but the listed dates are always carried to the following day -- Thursday.  And like Richard said, many, usually about half of those attending STAR are now arriving by Saturday - the day before the actual start.

By the way, the local team already has everything either done or already in the works.  They are totally on top of what needs to be done!  Yay!!!  And kudos.

I had someone who wanted to contact the Star 2019 committee or coordinator so they could volunteer.

You stated "By the way, the local team already has everything either done or already in the works.  They are totally on top of what needs to be done!"

So is the local team a secret! That the general membership is not to be aware of.
As a long time member I'd like to be aware of who is on the team and how to contact them.
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Off Topic / Re: I am Published
« Last post by Outlaws Justice on Yesterday at 10:53:12 AM »
A few of the early reviews




     
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Off Topic / Re: I am Published
« Last post by Brick on Yesterday at 09:39:38 AM »
Whoa! That’s excellent!


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