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STAR 2019 / Re: Raffle Ticket Stuffing Party - Jan. 12 Tipp City, OH
« Last post by brider on Today at 09:52:06 PM »
Land line is 937-667-0787
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STAR 2019 / Raffle Ticket Stuffing Party - Jan. 12 Tipp City, OH
« Last post by doug mcpeek on Today at 09:49:26 PM »
It's baaack! 

The raffle tickets for STAR 2019 will be physical rather than virtual.  They will be mailed to all members.  Therefore we will once again have a raffle ticket stuffing party in Ohio.  Raffle Guy Bill Rusk will host the morning's activities at his home @ 9 am Saturday January 12.  Many hands make light work (and many hands lighten the donut boxes).  Bring your favorite breakfast treat, beverage or snack.  Bill will get the donuts, if you RSVP so he has a head count.
contact:                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
Bill Rusk, MSTA Raffle Guy                                                                                                                               
brusk@woh.rr.com....New Address - 316 S. 3rd St. Tipp City, OH
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STAR 2019 / Re: STAR 2019 dates and venue
« Last post by STLTHMSTA on December 13, 2018, 08:35:53 AM »
I used to like you Carl.  :^)    TM
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STAR 2019 / Re: STAR 2019 dates and venue
« Last post by Ride4MS on December 12, 2018, 11:53:45 AM »
"Retired people have nothing but time???"


I have not found that extra time yet.


“The Only Trouble with Retirement….You Never get a Day Off!
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STAR 2019 / Re: STAR 2019 dates and venue
« Last post by stevegrab on December 12, 2018, 11:42:17 AM »
Well, if you have the time, why not. I was thinking the same thing if my schedule allows as time gets closer.  It's a one day ride for me (I could easily turn it in to 2) and have a place to stay waiting for me. :)  TM
Retired people have nothing but time, the rest of us have work limited vacation to deal with. But as a bachelor I also know my schedule is a lot more flexible than some, have a few retired friends that are now having grandchildren and seem to have very limited time for other things.


Many places can be a one day ride away, but if there are fun roads between here and there, and I don't need to be there until Sunday, or Saturday, I'll usually take 2 days.
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Ohio / Re: Ohio Member Map Dec. 2018
« Last post by doug mcpeek on December 11, 2018, 01:45:15 PM »
Unless there has been a lot of Cincinnati people not renew their memberships, there would appear to be some missing from the map.


Note that there is not a pin for every member, there is a pin for every locale that contains a member.  So, for example, there's one pin for my zip code even though we have more than one member in town.


If you click on a flag, the number of people there will appear at the top left corner.  Six is the highest number at any zip code.
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Florida / MSTA Daytona Bike Week Lunch
« Last post by RIDEMYST on December 11, 2018, 10:11:37 AM »
When: Thursday, March 14, 2019
11:30am – 1:30pm

Where: 1884 Restaurant and Bar
12 E Magnolia Ave, Eustis, FL 32726, USA


Description: FL MSTA has arranged another Bike Week lunch in the little town of Eustis, about an hour’s ride west of Daytona.

Last year, of the nineteen riders who attended, about half were from out of state.  It was nice to get caught up with old friends and meet new.  There was no shortage of stories.  And everyone agreed that the 1884 Restaurant and Bar was a fabulous place.  So, we are going back for 2019.

Check their website at  http://www.1884restaurantandbar.com/. They can easily accommodate very large gatherings.  We have a reservation for 25 but let’s just see how big of a crowd we can bring in 2019.

Cr42 west of Deland is a delight if you’re coming from Daytona.  On street parking was a bit limited last year.  1884 suggests using the parking garage adjacent an ACE Hardware located  behind the restaurant and across street (South side of Sr44 / E. Orange).
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Ohio / Re: Ohio Member Map Dec. 2018
« Last post by bcd on December 11, 2018, 08:16:30 AM »
Unless there has been a lot of Cincinnati people not renew their memberships, there would appear to be some missing from the map.


Note that there is not a pin for every member, there is a pin for every locale that contains a member.  So, for example, there's one pin for my zip code even though we have more than one member in town.
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Ohio / Re: Ohio Member Map Dec. 2018 - by zip code
« Last post by doug mcpeek on December 10, 2018, 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 December 10, 2018, 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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