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2020 Shenandoah Spring Romp
« on: May 07, 2019, 02:44:09 PM »
We are returning to the Shenandoah Valley and The Village Inn for the 2020 Shenandoah Spring Romp.
This Virginia location has excellent dual sport mountain trails and awesome twisty street roads!
Our event dates are set for Thursday, April 23-Sunday, April 26.

Dual sport and street GPS routes and tracks available upon request April 1.
For 2020, our lodging again 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
I suggest registering early to guarantee a room reservation. 
Hope to see in 2020!
Galen Diehl
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Lodging Details:
There is a Group Block of room for 2020 Shenandoah Spring Romp
Arrival: 4/23/2020
Departure: 4/26/2020
Contact Person: Galen
12 rooms with 2 Queen-Size Beds @ $89 + tax, 4/23; $109 + tax, 4/24 & 4/25, double occupancy (Additional rooms available if needed)
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.
Unreserved rooms will be released 3/23/2020.
Buffet meals at reasonable prices are available for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

To make a room reservation call 540-434-7355 and request a room for the 2020 Shenandoah Spring Romp.
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Cancelled-2020 Shenandoah Spring Romp
« Reply #1 on: March 24, 2020, 10:13:09 AM »
Shenandoah Spring Romp—April 2020.
It’s time to make the call. Yesterday, the Virginia Governor shut down all Unessential Activities in Virginia. And I know we are all ready to get out and ride, but our motorcycle riding is an unessential activity. The safety and health of our riders is essential, so we are cancelling the 2020 Shenandoah Spring Romp. I called the Village Inn (1-540-434-7355) and cancelled my reservation.  The cancellation was easy and they understand. Regards, Galen Diehl   
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Re: 2020 Shenandoah Spring Romp
« Reply #2 on: March 24, 2020, 02:39:57 PM »
Yes even going out for a short ride in the neighborhood seems unessential activity at this point. I know many of us use riding as a way to help our mental health, and if you're dealing with lots of change in life now (work from home, kids at home, out of work, etc) then its something you need.

But consider this, if something happens and you need medical attention you're putting yourself at risk, and adding to the strain on the medical facilities. I thought maybe I was the only one thinking way, until I talked to another member recently.
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Re: 2020 Shenandoah Spring Romp
« Reply #3 on: March 25, 2020, 08:59:50 AM »
I hate to see it come to this, but it is what is necessary. We'll get through this separately. :^)  TM
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Re: 2020 Shenandoah Spring Romp
« Reply #4 on: March 25, 2020, 05:17:52 PM »
Since they say you can still walk and ride bicycles to get fresh air, several of us were planning on getting together for a dirt ride on Friday to beat the coming rain on Saturday.  However, I didn't think of what the possibility of getting injured would add to the hospital strain.
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Re: 2020 Shenandoah Spring Romp
« Reply #5 on: March 27, 2020, 01:28:22 PM »
Since they say you can still walk and ride bicycles to get fresh air, several of us were planning on getting together for a dirt ride on Friday to beat the coming rain on Saturday.  However, I didn't think of what the possibility of getting injured would add to the hospital strain.
I was exchanging an email with Bryan Dunlap when he mentioned it, I hadn't really thought of it either. Ask anybody that is in health care in one of the impacted areas, there are shortages of everything from gowns and gloves to the N95 masks.

I won't hide at home and avoid any risk of injury, I could be run over walking around my neighborhood or going to the store. But I will probably avoid going for lengthy spirited rides in rural areas.

Each person needs to make their own decisions, just be sure you are thinking of others as well as yourself.
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