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Shenandoah Spring Romp / Re: 2019 Shenandoah Spring Romp
« Last post by PYG RYDR on Today at 09:49:21 AM »
A rider contacted me, who wants to share lodging costs.
Let me know if interested.
Regards,
Galen gediehl4@comcast.net
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Welcome Mat / Re: Newbie to MSTA
« Last post by Patmo on Today at 06:35:59 AM »
When I took on the SD position I was told that “ we would pay you want your worth, but we don’t think you’ll work for nothing”.

Fooled them, didn’t I?

LOL
And when you took on VP they said we'll pay you twice your current pay, such a deal.

I'm in it for the retirement plan
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Welcome Mat / Re: Newbie to MSTA
« Last post by stevegrab on Yesterday at 06:21:08 PM »
When I took on the SD position I was told that “ we would pay you want your worth, but we don’t think you’ll work for nothing”.

Fooled them, didn’t I?

LOL
And when you took on VP they said we'll pay you twice your current pay, such a deal.
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Shenandoah Spring Romp / 2019 Shenandoah Spring Romp
« Last post by PYG RYDR on Yesterday at 03:48:06 PM »
Where do you travel to ride excellent dual sport mountain roads?
And where do you travel to ride excellent twisty street roads?

The answer is Shenandoah Valley Virginia!

For 2019, the name and location changes from Staunton Spring Romp to the Shenandoah Spring Romp.
Our lodging is The Village Inn. www.thevillageinn.travel The Village Inn is located on US-11, just south of Harrisonburg, VA and easily accessed from I-81. https://goo.gl/maps/xGV2o29GtTE2

This location change moves our dual sport riders closer to our mountain riding area.  Routes and tracks will be modified to begin and end at the The Village Inn.

Street routes will also be modified to start and end at The Village Inn.

I suggest registering early to guarantee a room reservation.

Hope to see in 2019!

Galen Diehl  gediehl4@comcast.net

Lodging Details:  Greetings from The Village Inn!

We are pleased to confirm your group block and look forward to hosting the Shenandoah Spring Romp 4/18/19-4/21/19 (Thursday-Sunday)

Guest Count: Approximately 20 Accommodations:10 rooms have been placed in the room block.(Additional rooms available if needed) The room block is being held until 3/18/19, at which time any unreserved rooms would be cancelled, although individual reservations may still be made on a space-available basis.

Rates: Thursday 4/18/19-$79 + tax per room, 2 queen-size beds, double occupancy,Friday 4/19/19 & Saturday 4/20/19. $109 + tax per room, per night, 2 queen-size beds, double occupancy, Country breakfast buffet $7.75 + tax.Dinner buffet $17.95 + tax, (Menu service is also available for both meals)

Billing:Each participant will be responsible for making his/her individual reservations, guaranteed with a credit card. Individual reservations may be cancelled 24 hours in advance at no charge.

To make a room reservation call 540-434-7355 and request a room for the 2019 Shenandoah Spring Romp.

Dual sport and street GPS route and tracks available upon request April 2019.
gediehl4@comcast.net
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Welcome Mat / Re: Newbie to MSTA
« Last post by CinzaGTL on Yesterday at 10:10:01 AM »
When I took on the SD position I was told that “ we would pay you want your worth, but we don’t think you’ll work for nothing”.
Fooled them, didn’t I?
LOL
LOL  ;D
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Welcome Mat / Re: Newbie to MSTA
« Last post by CinzaGTL on Yesterday at 10:07:22 AM »
Welcome from South Florida! Hope to see you at this weekend’s MSTA lunch ride. -JEP-


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Thanks Jim. I will see you there Saturday. :trink39:
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For Sale / Widder heated gear
« Last post by brider on Yesterday at 09:20:38 AM »
As I'm putting my new garage together I'm finding some things I haven't seen in some time to include some heated gear that appears to have shrunk in the closet.  Time to move it to someone that it fits plus some other Widder items.

Widder heated vest in XXL (fits more like a XL) with a pair of med gauntlet gloves and various cords to include two brand new switch cords, 19" battery cord and one coiled switch cord with a BMW connector. $150 OBOP and I'll cover shipping.  Ping me if you have questions
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Welcome Mat / Re: Newbie to MSTA
« Last post by Patmo on Yesterday at 08:48:39 AM »
When I took on the SD position I was told that “ we would pay you want your worth, but we don’t think you’ll work for nothing”.

Fooled them, didn’t I?

LOL
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Welcome Mat / Re: Newbie to MSTA
« Last post by RIDEMYST on Yesterday at 08:45:50 AM »
Welcome from South Florida! Hope to see you at this weekend’s MSTA lunch ride. -JEP-


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Welcome Mat / Re: Newbie to MSTA
« Last post by CinzaGTL on Yesterday at 08:29:38 AM »
Welcome from Northern Kentucky.  Florida has a good group of people and this time of year they are very active, especially when compared to many other areas.  Of course, not all of us live in places like Michigan and many of us can get out at least a couple of days a month, even during the winters.  (Sorry Rich...move south!  😁 ). April is when things really start get busy for the club and there are many opportunities in the mid-south and other areas to meetup with other club members from April-October.  Hope you can make it to one or more of them this year.



Thank you Patrick.
The folks here are busy planning several events and they do an excellent job at it. That's why they make the big bucks... ;D ;D
I have attended the New Years ride a few weeks ago and will be attending this Saturday lunch at Everglades City.
Looking forward to attending some out-of-state events soon.

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