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Old 02-01-2013, 07:03 PM   #1606
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I have 2 tables I'll bring. I think they're about 5' each.
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Old 02-01-2013, 07:15 PM   #1607
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Rob Watt, owner of TrailMaster Adventure Gear in Monument, CO http://trailmasteradventures.com/index.html has generously donated


One pair of A1200 Adventure Bags for the GSA


(Hat & riding partner NOT included)



AND one pair of A650 Adventure Bags for the V-Strom


(No, the bike isn't included either...)



Trailmaster Adventures was started out of the love for adventure riding by myself, Rob Watt. At first it was just a name to put on shirts and hats to give to my friends when we went riding. Like most of us who ride, our adventure bike takes us into some of the most beautiful places in the world. We are always trying to figure out how we can do this full time and to turn our passion into a business. That's when it all came together....






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That's pretty cool. I checked their website and discovered the Changing Mat - I might just have to buy one of those. It looks mighty useful and folds up small.
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Old 02-01-2013, 07:56 PM   #1608
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Rob Watt, owner of TrailMaster Adventure Gear in Monument, CO http://trailmasteradventures.com/index.html has generously donated





AND one pair of A650 Adventure Bags for the V-Strom








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Bill, pretty sure you have cemented a permanent spot in the DV Noobs Rally. You are the MAN!

Next year instead of a raffle we should work on havig a "swag bag" for every participant like they do at the big celebrity award events. How cool would it be to have 200 Giant Loop bags loaded up with MSR fuel bottle, exped sleeping mat, Cruz tool kit, first aid kit, HD tubes, alloy tire spoons, etc, etc.
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Old 02-01-2013, 07:57 PM   #1609
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Bill, pretty sure you have cemented a permanent spot in the DV Noobs Rally. You are the MAN!

Next year instead of a raffle we should work on havig a "swag bag" for every participant like they do at the big celebrity award events. How cool would it be to have 200 Giant Loop bags loaded up with MSR fuel bottle, exped sleeping mat, Cruz tool kit, first aid kit, HD tubes, alloy tire spoons, etc, etc.
I dunno, then all us cheap-ass KLR guys would show up with a bunch of garbage bags filled with gear tied to our bikes to get there.
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Old 02-01-2013, 08:04 PM   #1610
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WOW....

FANTASTIC JOB BILL...

LOVE TO SEE MORE VENDORS AND PEOPLE SUPPORTING THIS EVENT. AWESOME PRIZES FOR THE LUCKY PPs.

THEY LOVE THE NOOBS...

ANOTHER GREAT NEWS! ONLY 3 BAILED OUT AND ALL GOT 100% REFUND. GLAD TO SEE THE REST OF US ARE LOOKINJG SOLID.


FOLKS, WE'LL TAKE CARE OF THE PLANNING. ALL YOU NEED TO DO IS GET SOME DIRT RIDING BEFORE THE EVENT, KNOW YOUR BIKE, KEEP THEM IN GOOD MECHANICAL CONDITION AND GET COMFORTABLE GEAR WITH GOOD PROTECTION.

HOW ARE WE DOING WITH THE JIMMY LEWIS CLASS ON WEDNESDAY? HOPE PEOPLE ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF IT. THERE'S ALSO THE BIGGER CLASS THE WEEKEND BEFORE - THAT'S A GOOD ONE.





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Rob Watt, owner of TrailMaster Adventure Gear in Monument, CO http://trailmasteradventures.com/index.html has generously donated

One pair of A1200 Adventure Bags for the GSA


(Hat & riding partner NOT included)



AND one pair of A650 Adventure Bags for the V-Strom


(No, the bike isn't included either...)

http://trailmasteradventures.com/a650v.html


Trailmaster Adventures was started out of the love for adventure riding by myself, Rob Watt. At first it was just a name to put on shirts and hats to give to my friends when we went riding. Like most of us who ride, our adventure bike takes us into some of the most beautiful places in the world. We are always trying to figure out how we can do this full time and to turn our passion into a business. That's when it all came together....





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Old 02-01-2013, 08:06 PM   #1611
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I wish I could get some dirt in first :( With two small kids it's tough to get out on a daddy-only weekend. Because of that I'm reserving Thursday to acclimate myself to the dirt on my new 606s (and as said before anybody is welcome to join).

Add to that I'm friggen BUSY now! Big Bear on Feb 16-18, Disneyland that next Saturday, Cal. Advetnure the Saturday after that, Jeep event that Sunday, then a couple weekends to get the KLR together for DV, then Mammoth and the next weekend DV! That's why I say if you get in a pinch and need somebody to do something shout at me ;) I'd hate to see you get all the fun sucked out of the even for yourself because you're too busy running it, BTDT.
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Old 02-01-2013, 08:13 PM   #1612
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HOW ARE WE DOING WITH THE JIMMY LEWIS CLASS ON WEDNESDAY? HOPE PEOPLE ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF IT. THERE'S ALSO THE BIGGER CLASS THE WEEKEND BEFORE - THAT'S A GOOD ONE.
I signed up for the Wednesday class - it was a perfect fit for me since I'm coming from a fair distance away
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Old 02-01-2013, 08:29 PM   #1613
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This raffle is turning into a good-un!!
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Old 02-01-2013, 09:04 PM   #1614
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Hello,

Told to look at fees on page 1. See fees for park but nothing else. Where to send and how?
Missing it. What page please. Would like to pay.
1 riding, 1 bike in truck.

Thanks much,

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Old 02-01-2013, 09:04 PM   #1615
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This raffle is turning into a good-un!!
Looks like you are going to need your A++ game as MC
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Old 02-01-2013, 09:31 PM   #1616
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Hello,

Told to look at fees on page 1. See fees for park but nothing else. Where to send and how?
Missing it. What page please. Would like to pay.
1 riding, 1 bike in truck.

Thanks much,

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Guess that part was deleted from page 1

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See post # 1620

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Old 02-01-2013, 09:33 PM   #1617
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I'd get confirmation there is a slot before sending in money dude. Registration ended a little while back. I suggest standing by and waiting for NSFW or FYYFF to chime in.
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Old 02-01-2013, 09:48 PM   #1618
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Hello,
Thanks, as that part must of been deleted.
pp info?

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Old 02-01-2013, 09:49 PM   #1619
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I have 2 tables I'll bring. I think they're about 5' each.
thanks spank.

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Bill, pretty sure you have cemented a permanent spot in the DV Noobs Rally. You are the MAN!

Next year instead of a raffle we should work on havig a "swag bag" for every participant like they do at the big celebrity award events. How cool would it be to have 200 Giant Loop bags loaded up with MSR fuel bottle, exped sleeping mat, Cruz tool kit, first aid kit, HD tubes, alloy tire spoons, etc, etc.
todd, that's why we have this guy for outstanding PPs.

don't we all wish, swag bags....wohooo, and of course klim adventure jacket and pants for everyone...



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This raffle is turning into a good-un!!
jim you think you'll be done by midnight?

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Old 02-01-2013, 10:06 PM   #1620
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sorry, the fees are already deleted since the list is now closed. though it looks loose, it's due for fixing.

we had a deadline and everyone complied, however, i let a few slide in. shame on me.

the campground can handle more than 200 but i don't want collecting $ from hereon. prefer to focus on the planning, riding and food. if i have more time, i would rather spend it soliciting raffle prizes. i still have to reconcile all the payments received and the participant's code. there are a lot of numbers do not match. if you get an email from me, that means you're one of them.

ersin (FYYFF) and i will have a separate list limited to 10 people (it won't be posted). if someone bails out we will contact you so you could pay immediately. you may want to pay also while on the waiting list, and you get a full refund if you didn't get in..
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