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Offline Jerry Rxman Griffin aka MuthaF'er

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I'VE MODIFIED THIS SLIGHTLY - SEE BELOW - WE WILL USE THE PM SYSTEM FOR COMMUNICATION OF FURTHER INFO

OK Guys, here's the deal - THE RALLY IS BEGINNING!! We have many guys that plan on riding BUT there are many more that will not be able to ride. How about you guys that will be close to the routes volunteering your support?!?! What could you do you ask? Here are a few ideas and I'm sure there are many more. Provide a place to stay, provide a hot meal, provide a cold beer, provide a hot shower, provide friendship to those you have only met here, provide a garage, provide tools, provide a part, provide a tow heaven forbid.

What I'd like to obtain from you HERE is your name, your SOHC4 handle, your address CITY/AREA, your best phone number, and what you can do to help out your brothers. PLEASE START OFF WITH YOUR STATE OR PROVINCE FIRST

Let's get this started today. I know you want to handle Godzilla and sign the banner  ;) Don't be shy, sign up today.

EXAMPLE:

CO - Colorado Springs
Jerry Griffin
Jerry rxman Griffin
Cold Beer and Hot Food ; Bed ; Shower; Tools; etc
Please PM or email for more info, address or phone number

PLEASE KEEP IT THIS SIMPLE WITHOUT ANY OTHER STUFF - ANYTHING ELSE WILL BE REMOVED - THANKS GUYS

Jerry Griffin
Rally Coordinator  

ps yes, I did delete postings to clean this up for a fresh start - sorry if this caused any inconveniences


« Last Edit: March 08, 2011, 12:51:46 pm by Jerry Rxman Griffin »
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Re: SUPPORT CREW NETWORK FOR THE RALLY BEING STARTED - JOIN HERE
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2011, 09:59:28 am »
WA - 40 min N of Seattle and 20 min E of Everett and I-5

Flybox1
I'm not a parts warehouse, or a fab shop, but I got a roof and a place to stay for 1-2, or 1/2 acre of 'campgrounds' if there is a group of riders in need of tentspace.
I've got a safe place to park your bike, a garage with the basics, a grill for grillin.... and tolerant neighbors  :D
the beer is always cold....
Riders welcome! ;D

« Last Edit: March 08, 2011, 12:54:45 pm by Jerry Rxman Griffin »
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Offline kayjohn

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Suport vehicle with tailer. fuel,water,snacks.

shop, tools, overnight inside storage and trans to food and beds.
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Offline MasterChief750

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OH - Toledo Very close to I-75 and US-23

im in the tour(hopefully gotta get my bike running) bu im in toledo ohio and have some roop for people to crash. its my parents place but they wont mind(i hope) secure bike storage. could prolly fit 6-8 bikes in the garage but that would mean people crashin on the floor and couch. could put up a tent with cots and or borrow my fionce's parents popup if need be. honda dealer about 15 minutes away nd they carry most consumable maintenance parts but their prices are sometimes a little high. always have distilled water on tap and cold homebrew. also have access to a trailer if someone breaks down
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Offline Coyote13

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Extra bed, couple couches, no old lady to nag. Don't have a garage or any kind of covered storage but hey, these bikes have been through worse right? Anybody coming through is more than welcome.

Kyle


Edit: LOTS of cold beer in the fridge
« Last Edit: March 11, 2011, 11:48:52 am by Jerry Rxman Griffin »
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Cold beer, tools, a truck that can pick up any stranded riders in the area, cozy beds/couches, hot shower, modest (but adequate) garage space to wrench and a helping hand

Did I mention cold beer!!

I'll be on the relay, too.

Please PM or email for more info, address or phone number
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