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R&T Club charity ride (ride for kids) 9/14-9/15 - August 27, 2013, 07:52 PM

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The Honda R&T club is hosting our annual Charity Ride Saturday and Sunday, September 14th and 15th at the Boyer Farm. This will be an awesome weekend of riding lots of trails, lots of good food, and a great Saturday evening party. Saturday will be trail riding all day, Sunday you will have the option to trail ride or enter the Time Match - there will be nice awards and lots of give-a-ways. - This year's event will benefit the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation ( Ride for Kids ) - this will be the first Off-Road event for the "Ride for Kids" organization. - Last year, the club raised $6500 for St. Judes .

The event is also in memory of Ron Lowing, who organized and started the event, and developed the trail system at Boyer Farm. - We will have an A, B, C, D, and Kiddie loop set up, Saturday evening motorcycle games, and a big bon fire. The entry fee/donation is $25 (or whatever you can afford).

We look forward to seeing you all September 14th and 15th at Boyer Farm for a fun weekend of family riding. For the flyer and directions go to www.randtclub.com
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August 27, 2013, 09:02 PM

I'm a sucker for anything that benefits kids and this is not far from me. I'm going to do my best to make it for at least one day. Boyer Farm sounds mighty familiar but I'm sure I haven't ridden there before.

For those interested here's a map with the location: http://goo.gl/maps/II3b1


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August 27, 2013, 09:05 PM

The place is sick! I raced there a few times and attended the Shane Watts school that was held there many years ago. I'm 90% sure I will be there and will try to talk Allen ito coming also.
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August 27, 2013, 09:26 PM

Hmmmm. After Michaux. Kid friendly. This might be good. Depends on my daughter's schedule next month.


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August 27, 2013, 09:32 PM

Yeah, I can't do it myself as I am, at most, an every other week rider to keep my wife happy. No hint of her being otherwise but no need to push it either.
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August 27, 2013, 09:37 PM

Kirk,

Approach it with the better half as a charity event for kids, not a ride.


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August 27, 2013, 09:45 PM

'Why are you bringing your bike?'

I will be off by a week because of the enduro so that just might play. I do want to check out boyers and have also considered joining R&T (they have a bit of a riding area not far from me, just some easy trails that would be nice for test/tune types of rides).
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September 9, 2013, 07:17 PM

Anybody else interested in this? I'm not sure what shape my knee will be in. But I'm hoping to drag my daughter out there. We'll see.

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If I can get a shift lever in hand this week I'd like to go.


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If I can get a shift lever in hand this week I'd like to go.

If that doesn't work, pack some more safety wire!!

Or drill and tap the front side of the lever. Then put a bolt in to snug it down for the 1 day. Just a thought.

JB weld?

Tack weld it?

Buy a new bike?

Borrow Front Royalty's bike, what's left of it.


All are valid options ya know.



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The OFG will be there with WIFE, Daughter and Dog plus a 200 KTM and 2 FrankenBeta's Rev 80 and 3004t . It is a very good place to ride with all levels of trial available.
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As long as it has enough beginner friendly riding for my daughter. I'll prep the bike tomorrow and give mine a once over as well.

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September 9, 2013, 09:58 PM

I'll probably ride the bike there and do a few laps at the very least.
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[QUOTE=KirkRoy;1366257]'Why are you bringing your bike?'

I will be off by a week because of the enduro so that just might play. I do want to check out boyers and have also considered joining R&T (they have a bit of a riding area not far from me, just some easy trails that would be nice for test/tune types of rides).[/QUOTE]


I'm surprised that you not??
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I'll probably ride the bike there and do a few laps at the very least.

Hopefully better driving lights this time
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