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How does world tour work?
« on: December 26, 2014, 06:03:23 pm »
Hi to everyone,

Could not find in OPs how World Tour works & objectives: fun? fund raiser? problem awareness ride?
I probably could deduce it by reading the whole forum but, please, can someone explain it in a few words?
I live in Japan and I see no child boards/forums for the tour in Japan. Does it stop here? Can I participate?

I hope everyone spent a merry Christmas!

Tommaso

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Re: How does world tour work?
« Reply #1 on: December 26, 2014, 06:26:23 pm »
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Re: How does world tour work?
« Reply #2 on: December 26, 2014, 06:30:35 pm »
Hi to everyone,

Could not find in OPs how World Tour works & objectives: fun? fund raiser? problem awareness ride?
I probably could deduce it by reading the whole forum but, please, can someone explain it in a few words?
I live in Japan and I see no child boards/forums for the tour in Japan. Does it stop here? Can I participate?

I hope everyone spent a merry Christmas!

Tommaso

It was started to prove it was possible to take a Plastic Toy and carry it basically around the Worlds. It was a way to have members work together and meet each other. It was very successful. We did not go to Japan since the Japanese did not seem interested. I am sure they would e glad. to ave you.
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Re: How does world tour work?
« Reply #3 on: December 26, 2014, 06:51:26 pm »
Hello Tomasso,

Glad you stopped in. 3 years ago after completing a 5552 mile ride (on a non-SOHC4) I saw someone mention "why don't we do a ride like they used to" referring to a few get togethers from the early SOHC4 days. I thought to myself I could probably put something together. The objectives I had in mind were to get these 'forum names' together to meet one another off the computer and on the road, to make them real people and to have fun while introducing the stay close to home types to the joys of 'real' riding and real wrenching. I had big ambitions and never really felt it would come together as it did or for that matter in that first year either. MANY members pitched in. They wouldn't wait so I rallied the riders. The only way I felt we could involve as many members as we did was to take the ride to each and a Relay Ride was born. We picked a mascot, Godzilla, to relay from member to member for continuity. We put regions together for coordinating purposes. We then organized the rides and riders within the regions and from region to region. Now to make this long story short we covered all the lower 48 States and 7 Canadian provinces. 20,000 miles total in north America WITHOUT breaking the chain. We received international requests so Godzilla was shipped to New Zealand, Australia, England, Finland and back home. All within 1 year. Godzilla the original now comfortably resides with me at home in Colorado. We OVERWHELMINGLY exceeded all expectations! Guessing we had close to 1000 participants in one form or another while many that wanted to participate were unable for reasons of family, schedule, finances and (women), etc.

Over the last 2 years the Relay has taken different forms and others have picked up where I left off. We would love to include the mother country Japan in a future Relay. However the language barrier might be our largest obstacle. I don't feel that SOHC4.net is populated with many members of Japan. Perhaps you could be our point man there. We'd love to have you and all our Japanese SOHC4 brothers join us.

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Re: How does world tour work?
« Reply #4 on: December 27, 2014, 05:17:48 am »
Hi Jerry!

That's a really cool idea and, now that I know, I bow humbly and in awe to Godzilla!

I'm but a newbi here and quite a "traitor" in the sense that I've only owned Italian bikes until last week - thanks to this forum - I found and bought the exact same model which my father owned and rode across the North African desert in 1973 with my mother as a pillion.

I'd be glad to participate... perhaps I could take Godzilla to visit the factory...? I'd be honoured to have him as my pillion as long as he promises not to stick his claws into my sides when we ride!

Tommaso


Just a brief story, how I came across the Honda CB750K:
My dad died last year and I've decide to buy all the vehicles which he owned until I was born.
Cars:
Fiat 500, Fiat 600 abarth, Fiat 124 Sport, 911 Porsche, Alfa Romeo GT 1.3, Alfa Romeo GTV 2500, Alfa Romeo Montreal, Alfa Romeo duetto, Lancia HF 1.6, Renault 25 (checking dates), Opel Ascona (diesel? still verifying)
Bikes:
Sim 50cc
Motobi
Mondial
>>> 5 year gap <<<
my uncles and aunts can't fill... this period.
Then my mother comes into play.
He started dating her picking her up on their first date in a Guzzi 8 bulloni - pre war - of my grandfather (which we still own). After that he went to pick her up in a:
Guzzi Galetto,
Guzzi Falcone,
Ducati Diana,
MV Agusta 150,
Benelli Tornado 650
always telling her that these were all his bikes!
In reality they were his many brother's rides!
What a man would not do to impress a woman!
Just before getting married he bought (for real, this time) a white Piaggio Vespa but my mother can't remember the cc...
My mother teased him so much about the downgrade that, immediately after married, as a reprisal, he bought an orange CB750K3... which he then sold for a Laverda 1000.
He then crashed the Laverda while riding with my younger brother, who was sitting on the tank as he was to young and small to ride and hold on to the back seat!!! No helmet either!
That was the end of my father's motorcycle life.

So far I found and bought:
Fiat 500,
911 Porsche,
Alfa Romeo GT 1.3 (the very same one in which I was conceived on the highway immediately after the wedding ceremony) in the photos I found the number plate and retrieved the car.
Lancia HF 16 (again, I found the very car from the photos).
Alfa Romeo duetto

Guzzi 8 bulloni
Mondial
Guzzi Falcone
Piaggio Vespa
and now the CB750 K3
I own also a Benelli, an MV Agusta and a Ducati (but modern models Tornado Tre, F4 and 998R)
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« Reply #5 on: February 04, 2015, 02:30:41 am »
Hello Jerry,

So... my CB750 K3 is almost ready for spring and I like to keep my word...

I called Honda and explained that Godzilla is a very dangerous monster and that if he were to land ashore in Japan we would need to sooth him and that he has expressed the desire to visit the Honda plant...
 :P
... jokes apart, at Honda they gave me thumbs up and a green light on your project and are happy to take Godzilla for a tour of the plant in Hamamatsu.

So... the ball is in your court, now. Is Godzilla going to ride in 2015? If so, will he stop over in Japan... I would be happy to pick him up at the airport and take him for a ride but - if you agree - we would have to solve a couple of problems:
1) Does Godzilla speak Japanese? The tour is only given in Japanese!
2) Is he ok with having pictures of him taken? I wouldn't love to post back pics of him in Hamamatsu but I would hate to make him angry and regret my impudence!
3) Motorbikes are no longer produced in one single plant and, in fact, none are produced in Hamamatsu... so it would be a moral or historic visit only... does Godzilla want to see bikes being manufactured or is he ok with only visiting the historical site?
4) There are tons of web-sites of CB lovers in Japan and SOHCs are very popular: should I spread the word and try to put together a few riders or is Godzilla irritable and prefers to ride only with members of this forum?

Let me know! Smiles from the land of the rising valves.

Tommaso

EDIT: we would like BobbyR's avatar to bring Godzilla here. Would she care to carry Godzilla to Tokyo?
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« Last Edit: February 04, 2015, 02:34:30 am by ascanio1 »

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Re: How does world tour work?
« Reply #6 on: February 04, 2015, 04:21:40 am »

at Honda they gave me thumbs up and a green light on your project and are happy to take Godzilla for a tour of the plant in Hamamatsu.


That's just too cool!  8)



So... the ball is in your court, now. Is Godzilla going to ride in 2015? If so, will he stop over in Japan...


Maybe kick off the relay from Japan this year?  ???



1) Does Godzilla speak Japanese? The tour is only given in Japanese!


Godzilla will lay waste to any city... regardless of language!  :o  ;)  ;D



2) Is he ok with having pictures of him taken? I wouldn't love to post back pics of him in Hamamatsu but I would hate to make him angry and regret my impudence!


Pictures are required. If you won't take any pictures then you're not allowed to play!  ;)



3) Motorbikes are no longer produced in one single plant and, in fact, none are produced in Hamamatsu... so it would be a moral or historic visit only... does Godzilla want to see bikes being manufactured or is he ok with only visiting the historical site?



Gotta see where it all began for sure!  8)



4) There are tons of web-sites of CB lovers in Japan and SOHCs are very popular: should I spread the word and try to put together a few riders or is Godzilla irritable and prefers to ride only with members of this forum?


All are welcome. The more the merrier!  8)  8)  8)



we would like BobbyR's avatar to bring Godzilla here. Would she care to carry Godzilla to Tokyo?
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Re: How does world tour work?
« Reply #7 on: February 04, 2015, 12:35:26 pm »
Tommaso,

Godzilla ALWAYS 'hams it up for the cameras and ladies'! It'd be great to see your proposal happen. He speaks Godzillian which translates to any language. Sometimes we can't understand a thing he says but we haven't figured out if it's a language thing or the alcohol. We try to get him to stop drinking at a certain point but it's difficult.  That and the women! What a beast  ;D

Wilbur has been a/the major driving force of GZ and he even found a gaggle of Godzillas. He is THE first rider. Had it not been for the tsunami he would've started the Relay at the American Honda tent at the Daytona 200 in 2012. (We'll give American Honda the benefit of the doubt, huh!). We had an official kick off scheduled with them. If you'd like to see more in print go to Motorcycle Classics website and search for the blog for the year one relay. Each of the 2 successive years have deviated from the original and I didn't get deeply involved as I did in the kickoff year.

Wilbur, are there any clones available from the litter?

I have not heard of any plans for 2015 yet either?? A Japan kick off would be a fitting start I think. We'd just need an approximate time table maybe. I can even give him a ride on MY bike this year if the stars are all properly aligned.

We have always welcomed all BIKERS but the one main steadfast rule has been that GZ can only ride on a SOHC4 as part of the Relay.

Jerry

ps Wilbur I just booked my flight for April Valdosta  ;) and I tagged this thread for replies now
« Last Edit: February 04, 2015, 12:38:23 pm by Jerry Rxman Griffin aka MuthaF'er »
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Re: How does world tour work?
« Reply #8 on: February 04, 2015, 01:03:35 pm »
I think Godzilla should visit Europe! Starting with David Silver Honda Museum....
I am in for Romania and other countries :)) (Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary etc)
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« Reply #9 on: February 04, 2015, 01:03:57 pm »
I am extremely limited in what I can do. But if its at all possible, I would like to give GZ a ride on Phaedrus. If its passing thru Indy, +/- 100 mile radius. Could get a little press here in Indy. Visit Dreyer's "Oldest Honda Dealer in US".

PS: What's being proposed here is way cool!
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Re: How does world tour work?
« Reply #10 on: February 04, 2015, 01:23:09 pm »
Pimp-o-saurus is probably the logical one to go, representing as he does the best of American culture.
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« Reply #11 on: February 04, 2015, 01:27:19 pm »
I think Godzilla should visit Europe! Starting with David Silver Honda Museum....
I am in for Romania and other countries :)) (Bulgaria, Serbia, Hungary etc)

If we can get something going your proposal would be good. We attempted 'Europe' GZ v1.0. Sam had him in England after NZ and Australia and took him to Finland but we did not receive any responses from anyone else that could join in. We would generally leave it up to our main volunteer to round up other riders that could join in. We did US, Canada, NZ, Australia, England and Finland in the first year. I think out main limiting factor is time and the seasons in the northern and southern hemispheres.   
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« Reply #12 on: February 04, 2015, 01:28:39 pm »
Pimp-o-saurus is probably the logical one to go, representing as he does the best of American culture.

The way you ride I wouldn't be surprised to see you and the F in Japan and enshrined in the factory!  :)
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« Reply #13 on: February 04, 2015, 02:10:33 pm »
Pimp-o-saurus is probably the logical one to go, representing as he does the best of American culture.

The way you ride I wouldn't be surprised to see you and the F in Japan and enshrined in the factory!  :)

If they want it, it will cost them about $149,300 as of today. It will be a few bucks more if they want me on display, too.
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Re: How does world tour work?
« Reply #14 on: February 04, 2015, 03:28:35 pm »
I would think GZ 1 would be the logical choice to go to Japan since he was the most traveled. Perhaps the logbook or some memento be presented to Honda. When 47 year old Motorcycles they built can cover all those miles, it kinda says something.
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« Reply #15 on: February 04, 2015, 03:40:02 pm »
He's looking over my shoulder grinning  ;)
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« Reply #16 on: February 04, 2015, 11:17:32 pm »
I'm sure that it has already thought of and, if so, apologies for reiterating an idea:

1. Anyone willing to commit Km or Miles instead of words could sign up and indicate:
1a) His location;
1b) Miles/Kilometers she/he's willing to cover (radius from his location);
1c) Available relay dates
1d) Available relay duration
1e) His ride

2. One of Godzilla's handlers/tamers could then draw up a tentative route and, where we lack relays, we could actively seek/ask participants to join through generic motorcycle websites asking to spread the word to SOHC4 owners (I know this is how lots of things are done in Japan).

3. Together with Godzilla himself - no fakes/reproductions - a memento book with one photo of each relay location, rider and SOHC (frame number too) should be kept. A trophy that Godzilla himself owns and carries with him to commemorate his riders and their rides. A bequest totem or a legacy hand-off to be revived at each ride and perhaps kept somewhere safe. Hamamatsu?

I'll put down my name for 2015:

Rider: Tommaso
Location: Japan, Tokyo
Radius: 500Km
Duration: 3 days
Period: any
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Re: How does world tour work?
« Reply #17 on: February 05, 2015, 02:42:18 pm »
Great suggestions and very similar to the structure Jerry has set up. I was in charge of the Mid Atlantic States and we got it done, but it was not easy. We had many heroes who took up the slack for others that backed out. I am proud to have been involved. I am saying it is easier to write it down than organize.
 
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« Reply #18 on: February 05, 2015, 05:00:29 pm »
I am saying it is easier to write it down than organize.
... that's why I said that we must look for people who pledge their Km/Miles and not words...
 ;)

I've been involved in other bike rides (not relays) in when friends have found the most weird excuses to back out at the last minutes... my favourite was for an ingrown left toe nail: "You know, I need my left foot to up gears..."

I guess that's just something that you can't avoid... toe nails can grow in the wrong direction at the idea of meeting the great Godzilla!

BTW, you haven't replied to Godzilla's rising sun's disciples' request to have your avatar carry him to these shores... who's your avatar?
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Re: How does world tour work?
« Reply #19 on: February 05, 2015, 05:26:11 pm »
Actually I have no idea who she is. I sort of maintain The Babe Thread so if I find a face I like, I use it.
I am not saying the Rally will not work, it has worked and it accomplished what it set out to do twice.

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Re: How does world tour work?
« Reply #20 on: February 05, 2015, 06:58:31 pm »
I would think GZ 1 would be the logical choice to go to Japan since he was the most traveled.
1+, or a reasonable piston-wielding copy. I never did quite get on board with the pimp thing. Sorry Greg and Matt. ;)
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Re: How does world tour work?
« Reply #21 on: February 06, 2015, 06:45:22 am »
Another idea from a ride I did a few years back is to set up a dropbox account and load up all the pics there. Then we can create a photo-book online and this way the book can grow at each edition:
http://photo-book-review.toptenreviews.com/

The draw back of a photo-book is that it does not have the same feel of something which evolves tangibly every year and becomes a memento to pass onto the subsequent year's relay and so on.

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« Reply #22 on: February 06, 2015, 07:54:04 pm »
Pimpzilla is safely in Santa Barbara CA and more than willing to go to Japan...he is a bit angry with you though Scott since he thought you a friend and now knows differently  ha ha.
I'm planning on getting the 2015 relay going from CA in March (plans to be formulated tomorrow) but rough idea is to ride from CA to AZ to NM to Texas and then back around somewhere to CA.  So willing to hand him off at anytime and kick off 2015!  But he is mine until I at least ride through Tombstone with him (he is looking forward to it as he missed 2014 plans)
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« Reply #23 on: February 07, 2015, 02:00:05 am »

I'm planning on getting the 2015 relay going from CA in March (plans to be formulated tomorrow) but rough idea is to ride from CA to AZ to NM to Texas...

Hi Mooshie....what is your destination in Texas?
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« Reply #24 on: February 07, 2015, 01:28:35 pm »
I am actually working on that now.  I thought perhaps going South to north into Sante Fe then East remaining in western Texas then north to Oklahoma then back west to the grand canyon in AZ.  Was simply thinking of just touching the boundary so I can put a sticker on Dash saying I was in Texas and Oklahoma  ;)  What ideas do you have?
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