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Discussion in 'Racing' started by JMo (& piglet), Sep 1, 2010.
Great! Good luck Jenny!!
Good on ya Jenny. I'll be watching and following your progress from "Down Under". Go girl
on an aside, has Simon Pavey changed his nationality? He is an Aussie IIRC
That is true, however, he does have UK residency (and Australia being a colony, sorry I mean 'commonwealth country'... an ikkle biddy Union Jack on his national flag too of course)... but yes, technically he is still an antipod'
So that's two British riders, and one adopted one x
That is awesome. Congrats and good luck. You will have an astounding finish, no doubt.
How much is this going to cost you from start to finish as a grand total?
I always read your adventure stuff, It'll be winter soon here, and i am ready, I love it!! . be careful and gogogo girl....
Best wishes to you...I'll definitely be cheering for you and following your results!
btw....since I met you briefly at the scrub in Florida last year can I say that you're my friend the Dakar racer?
Rock On girl!!
(p.s. I was the dumb guy with the big beard and red v-strom)
Go JennyMo! Can't wait to see all the updates. Love following your threads and can't wait to see this one to the end.
Jim, Jenny's a pro at RallyRAIDio. http://www.rallyraidio.net/category/HeroesLegend (among others)
Can't wait for this installment!
All the best to you and your effort from The Snortn Boar Racing Crew!
Jenny, thats a pretty cool letter. Thanks for showing it off to us slobs!!! Did you ever sell the Tenere?
very impressive and the best of luck to you!
Congrats on your registration. T-shirts and stickers would be a great idea. Also, I've always loved the way Jonah has accepted donations to get your name on his bike.
In terms of Paypal, it is such an easy way for people to contribute, that it would probably be worth your while to accept the fees as a cost of doing business and hope for an increased number of transactions to offset the transaction fees.
That is awesome!
Keep us posted with the progress on both sponsorship and the bike itself please
right on J Mo !!!!
Congrat from Hungary for this nice letter!
Just print the T-SHIRTs, I will upgrade my collection with it!
Have you got a mustache man yet? They seem to be importante. Ask Coma.
I´m really looking forward to next dakar, and with you competing even more.
Hi Barton - yes, I was thinking of doing something similar - perhaps on the rear fender - and then auction it off at the end of the rally too as a pukka piece of memorabilia?
And I'll look into Paypal more closely, as I agree it is probably the simplest way - my concern is that they will block the account if they start getting too many similar payments, or it goes over a certain amount (they want you to upgrade it to a business account...
Sweet. A fender on the wall may not be my wife's taste, but I'm all over it.
Regarding Paypal, is there anyway you could spin this effort into a charitable effort that could see you take advantage of some tax breaks and service-fee breaks?
Raffle tickets and winner keeps the bike ? I bet you could pay that bike off and a chunk of some other expenses. I for one would throw down a couple of hundred bucks for one of those tickets. Just a suggestion, would certainly get you some of that cash your looking for