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  1. NSFW

    NSFW basecamp4adv Super Supporter

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    DEATH VALLEY NOOBS RALLY, 16th EDITION (14th YEAR)

    WHEN: MARCH 26-29, 2020
    WHERE: PANAMINT SPRINGS RESORT
    40440 CA-190, PANAMINT SPRINGS, CA 93545

    MAP LOCATION: https://goo.gl/maps/t7Lod8od3uT2

    This has become an iconic tradition, and our 14th year of denoobing new riders.... hundreds will agree....:lol3

    Primarily a meet-up of dual-sport and adventure riders who are looking for a friendly atmosphere to get in or back to the sport. . If you're not a member of advrider.com, it's really easy to join and rake the benefits.

    Our goal is to provide an opportunity for beginners and those lacking the experience or skills to become better and safer riders. This the only time in the year where noobs get all the attention and some respect. We break them gently.

    Equally important, it is the place to meet other riders and make life-long friends or riding buddies.


    REGISTER HERE or http://basecamp4adv.com/?espresso_events=2020-death-valley-noobs-rally

    DEADLINE W/O PENALTY IS MARCH 8, 2019


    ALL REGISTRATIONS ARE NOT REFUNDABLE! DONATE OR SELL IT.


    click here for PSR CAMP/MOTEL ROOM ASSIGNMENT




    ADDITIONAL INFO

    PANAMINT SPRINGS RESORT WEBSITE
    https://www.panamintsprings.com/

    DEATH VALLEY NATIONAL PARK SERVICE WEBSITE
    https://www.nps.gov/deva/index.htm

    DEATH VALLEY MAP
    https://www.nps.gov/deva/planyourvisit/maps.htm

    DEATH VALLEY CURRENT WEATHER
    https://www.nps.gov/deva/planyourvisit/weather.htm

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  2. NSFW

    NSFW basecamp4adv Super Supporter

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    OFFICIALLY REGISTERED IN ORANGE
    1-10
    NSFW - JOEL - HUSQVARNA 701E/HONDA XR400/HONDA MONKEY 125
    FYYFF - ERSIN - KTM 990A - RIDE IN - TENT CABIN
    GALACTIC GS -LARRY - HUSQVARNA 701E - GLAMPING
    5BOOMERS - FRANK - YAMAHA WR450
    CA STU - STU - TRIUMPH TIGER - TENT CABIN
    SURFACE TO AIR - DUSTIN - YAMAHA WR450 - TENT CABIN
    BILLUA - BILL - KTM 1090R/500 EXCF - DRY RV
    TPEZZY - TODD - KTM 500 EXCF - DRY RV
    MOTOPSCHOMAN - MARTY - BMW TBD
    FJKAI - ROGER - KTM 1190R/350 EXCF - DRY RV

    11-20
    TEAM VEGAS - SHAWN - KTM 990A/450 - GLAMPING
    MR.GADALOT - CRAIG - BETA RR-S 500 - GLAMPING
    BIG AL - AL - KTM 350 - GLAMPING
    JOEFROMSF - JOE - SUZUKI DR650
    VTBEEMER - DAN - YAMAHA WR450 - GLAMPING
    BULLSEYE - TAYLOR - KTM 990A - RIDE IN
    TREV-THE-LAD - TREVOR - WR250R - GLAMPING
    GRACE157K - GRACE - DR200 - GLAMPING
    TODD157K - TODD - HUSQVARNA 701E - GLAMPING
    ADVMOTY - MIKE - KTM 690E R

    21-30
    TRASHED - SCOTT - SUZUKI DRZ 400S
    MAWESOME - JERE - SUZUKI DRZ 200S
    THE-TRASH-MASTER - GARRET - SUZUKI DRZ 200S
    EMMI - EMMI - HONDA CB500X
    OP_ADV - MARK - HONDA CB500X - TENT CABIN
    MATTLIKEYBIKEY - MATT - HONDA XR600
    CA-CINCINNATUS - PETER - BMW R1250 GSA - RIDE IN
    STACKNROCKS - BRIAN - YAMAHA WR250R
    RAMONRIDER - ELIZABETH - TRIUMPH 800 OR SUPERSHERPA - SMALL TRUCK
    BYH -BRIAN - KTM 500EXC - GLAMPING

    31-40
    AANICHOLS - ALAN - KTM 690 - GLAMPING
    IANINCALGARY - IAN -YAMAHA WR250R - TENT CABIN
    SPAFXER - JIM - BMW K1200GT - TENT CABIN
    LITTLEBIKE - SUE - KTM (TOO MANY)
    NOWWHAT - MIKE - KTM 790RR - GLAMPING
    CROTCH ROCKET - DAVE - KTM 690E
    HEADSTALLER - CHU - HUSQVARNA 501
    TUFFGONGER - STEVE - KTM 530 EXC
    MRAMOSC - MARCELO - KTM 350 EXCF
    MATT FE2o3 - MATT - KTM 1290 - GLAMPING

    41-50
    CHOO CHOO - DENNIS - SUZUKI DRZ400
    TAS152 - PETER - HONDA CRF250L
    CAPNKRUSTY - KEITH - KTM 990
    JALAPOJ - JEFF - BMW R1200GS - TENT CABIN
    ALONEINTHEHILLS - MIKE - KAWASAKI KLX250 - TENT CAMPING
    SPONGEROB - ROB - KTM 500
    SOCIALLY STUNTED - CHRIS - SUZUKI DR650
    MS. SOCIALLY STUNTED - FAYE
    MAPUDA - MIKE - KTM 790A S - RIDE IN
    BIGTODD - TODD - KTM 950SE - GLAMPING

    51-60
    SONORADAVE - DAVE - HUSQVARNA 701E
    BRIANSCHWATKA - BRIAN - HONDA CRF250L
    PCFLY - PAUL - HUSQVARNA 310 - GLAMPING
    FISHWHISPERER - SCOTT - KTM 500EX
    BLAISE W - KEN - HONDA CRF450L - GLAMPING
    OLDGRAYGHOST - JOE - HUSQVARNA FE501
    MXGIRL - CARY - KAWASAKI KX450R
    DJBURNZ - BERNIE - KTM 500EXCF
    TYPEAMARK - MARK - KTM 500EXCF - GLAMPING
    EWB - ERIC - KTM 500EXCF

    61-70
    BIONICMAN - CHUCK - BETA 390R RS -0 GLAMPING
    DPGFLYS - DAN - BETA 390 - DRY RV
    WEAKRIDERDON - DON - KTM 690E - GLAMPING
    MEATE8OR - MARLON - KTM 500EXCF - GLAMPING
    MS. MEATE8OR - MARLA - GLAMPING
    AGNESSMAN - CHRIS - BMW R1200GS - RIDE IN
    MIKEY113 - MIKE - KTM 690E
    JMESSAMER - JON - YAMAHA WR250R
    SAMHAYES - SAM - KTM 500 EXCF - GLAMPING
    KEVINBHEATH - KEVIN - KTM 500 EXCF - GLAMPING

    71-80
    AIRBORNDAD - KEITH - SUZUKI DRZ400
    JUSTIN BUSTIN - JUSTIN - SUZUKI DRZ400
    TBARSTOW - TIM - KTM 530 - GLAMPING
    WILDPATHS - PAUL - SUZUKI DRZ400
    ZEI220 - DAVE - YAMAHA WR250R
    TEMECULA TIM - TIM - HONDA CRF450L
    MOFRID - BILL - HONDA CRF250L
    BOBBLES - TOM - YAMAHA WR250R - TENT CABIN
    AKEMI - AKEMI - YAMAHA XT250 - TENT CABIN
    JMAC65 - JOHN - SUZUKI DRZ400

    81-90
    SPEEDRACER - BILL - HUSQVARNA 510TE
    CARL57Y - CARL - KTM 525 EXC - GLAMPING
    BRAVO ZULU - JOHN - HUSQVARNA 501 FE - GLAMPING
    DIRTMECH - RENE - HUSQVARNA 501 FE
    SPEEDSTERBEE - BRENNA - SUZUKI DRZ400
    SQUAREDVET - RICHARD - KTM 500EXCF - GLAMPING
    ESPI - PABLO - YAMAHA WR250R
    LITTLE WAN - KELLY - YAMAHA XT250
    BIG WAN - MATT - KTM 350EXCF
    HIC RODUS - OLIVER - KTM 690E

    91-100
    COLDARIZONA - JAMIE - BETA 430
    JOEMC - JOE - SUZUKI DRZ400
    JASONDUB - JASON - HUSQVARNA FE501
    GERG - GREG - KTM 1290/HUSQVARNA FE350 - GLAMPING
    SUGAREE - SIMONE - HUSQVARNA FE250 - GLAMPING
    J.KING - JASON - HUSQVARNA FE501 - GLAMPING
    CAPT SAVEAHO - ERIK - KTM 990A - TENT CABIN
    CAPT SAVEABRO - RAEANN - YAMAHA WR250R - TENT CABIN
    JSTORY - JEFF - BMW R1100GS - RIDE IN
    HBSURFDAD - TROY - HUSQVARNA 701E - GLAMPING

    101-110
    XYPHON112 - NEIL - BMW R1200GS - RIDE IN
    FIREGEM - JACOB - BMW R1200GSW - RIDE IN
    TODDLITE - TODD - KTM 500EXCF -0 GLAMPING
    CAPT.QUAGMIRE - CHRIS - HUSQVARNA FE350
    SUZUKIPHIL - PHIL - SUZUKI DRZ400
    SLOWERTHANYOU - DEL - SUZUKI DR650
    HWY84 - CHRIS - DUCATI DESERT SLED - SMALL TRUCL
    THRASHBIRD - BEN - KTM 1290ADV S
    JNYRAV - JOHN - KTM 1090/HUSQVARNA 501
    LARRYBOY - ROB - TRIUMPH TIGER 1200 - RIDE IN

    111 - 120
    BALDHEADED - O'SHEA - BMW F800GS
    LLAMACIDE - TONY TRIUMPH TIGER 800XCA - RIDE IN
    KAPTSLOW - BILL - R1200GS/YAMAHA WR450
    SGTSMOKER - DAVE - KYM 1290A
    DIRTSNOOT - JOHN - KAWASAKI KLR650
    ET_ADV_RIDER - ERIC - KTM 525 EXC
    ZDIRTY1 - JOHN - KTM 500EXCF
    MR.ZANOLA - CHRIS - KTM 500EXCF
    ZANOLA - LISA - KTM 500EXCF
    BEATSWORKIN - DON - JEEP - GLAMPING

    121-130
    MS.BEATSWORKIN - GLAMPING
    XR VALDEZ - STEVE - HONDA AFRICA TWIN CRF1000 - RIDE IN
    DAVINA - DAVINA - BMW F70
    DUNERAT - NOEL - KTM ALL MODELS - GLAMPING
    MS DUNERAT - VAL - JEEP RUBICON - GLAMPING
    MASON - MASON - YAMAHA XT225
    DISTANT THUNDER - BRIAN - KTM 500 EXCF
    THUNDER'S STORMY - KIM - KTM 500 EXCF
    GSEQUOIA - GEOFF - YAMAHA S10/SUZUKI DR350
    DAMADO - DAVE - HUSABERG 570

    131-140
    DAMOOSE - JOHN - RT100 - GLAMPING
    OLD SCOUT - RANDY - KLX250
    SARAHFR - SARA - SUZUKI DR650
    FRENCHCRIS - CHRIS - SUZUKI DR650
    BEERBUBBA - MAURICE - BMW R1200GS - TENT CABIN
    RIDDLER990 - JON - KTM 790ADV R
    ADVFORD - DAN - BMW G650 XCHALLENGE - RIDE IN
    TFC - JOHN - BMW R1200GS - RIDE IN
    DVJIM - JIM - KTM 1090 - GLAMPING
    DVDI - DIANE - GLAMPING

    141-150
    MOTOBILB - BILL - KTM790 - TENT CAMPING
    THECOLDMAN - DOUGLAS - SUZUKI DRZ400 - GLAMPING
    GG99 - GRANT - SUZUKI DRZ400 - TENT CAMPING
    MOKES - JAHNIS - KTM 350 EXCF - TENT CAMPING
    HOONDOG - AL - HUSQVARNA FE501 - TENT CAMPING
    NEW RED - SAM - KAWASAKI KLR650 - RIDE IN
    GHETTOSURFN - JEFF - SUZUKI DRZ400 - TENT CAMPING
    PANDAMANPROD - BEN - BETA 390 RRS
    KALANIAKU - GERALD - KTM 525MXC - BIG TRUCK
    ALL SEASON RIDER - MARK - KTM 690E - RIDE IN

    151-160
    NINERONE9 - JEREMY - F800GS - RIDE IN
    GOOD RIDER - JOHN - BETA 390RRS - DRY RV
    E-LUKE - LUKE - KTM1290R - RIDE IN
    DIRTY ADVENTURER - JOHN - KTM 500EXCF - SMALL TRUCK
    LOST IN STATES - STEVE - HONDA AFRICA TWIN - RIDE IN
    COASTER68 - MARK - KTM 950A - RIDE IN
    COASTER68 ? - KIOWA - YAMAHA XT250 - TENT CAMPING
    NORCALHACK - DON - KTM 350 EXCF - BIG TRUCK
    MOONSHINE MOTORS - MICHAEL - KTM 690E - TENT CAMPING
    BOARDERPRO - SIMON - KTM 350EXCF - TENT CAMPING

    161-170
    JONB94530 - JONATHAN - HUSQVARNA FE449 - SMALL TRUCK
    PUKAWAI - BERNDT - SUZUKI DRZ400 - RIDE IN
    WESTCOASTR - LORENZO -KTM 350EXCF - SMALL TRUCK
    LADAKAR - STEFANO - CAGIVA - BIG TRUCK
    KLAMMER- RICH - SUZUKI DRZ400 - TENT CABIN
    MS KLAMMER- ANNE - TENT CABIN
    GAVILAN5088 - EMMANUEL - KTM 1090 - BIG TRUCK
    OUTDOORSMAN - DARREN - YAMAHA XT225 TENT CABIN
    GEOMOTO - JESSE - KAWASAKI KLR 650 - TENT CAMPING
    GEOMOTO JR - AIDEN - HONDA CRF 450X - TENT CAMPING

    171-180
    ROC104 - KEVIN - KTM XCW - ST
    HARDINOKI - TIM - HUSQVARNA 701 - RIDE IN
    OFFROADRIDER - DARRYL - KTM 990A - DRY RV
    MS. OFFROAD RIDER - SARAH - YAMAHA XT 250 - CP
    VADOX - VDYM - CSC200 - CP
    BSTOKES - SUSAN - F700GS - ST
    MOTOMICH - MICHELLE - F700GS - BT
    MASON - MASON - YAMAHA XT225 - CP
    EVILTWIN86 - JASON - KTM 790 ADV - RIDE IN
    SMITTYRUNNER - RYAN - HONDA AFRICA TWIN - RIDE IN

    181 - 190
    DUBDRONIC - CORIN - KTM 500EXC - TENT CAMPING
    WARPEDBISHIOP - JUSTICE - BETA 390RRS
    LUCKYLUKEY - LUKE - KTM 990A - TENT CAMPING
    AVEJOE - DAVE - KTM 450 TENT CAMPING
    HEIRHEAD - DAVE - YAMAHA TW200 - TENT CAMPING
    SOPASCAT - CATHY - YAMAHA TW200, WR250
    RIPTER - BRIAN - HUSQVARNA TE 610 - SMALL TRUCK
    SURFGIMP - STEVE - KTM 990A - SMALL TRUCK
    FJ40_NUT - TRAVIS - KTM 525 - SMALL TRUCK

    191-200
    DANNY_G - DANNY - KTM 1090R - RIDE IN
    MUADDIEB - HARVEY - KTM 350EXC - TENT CAMPING
    SUNNY SIDE UP - WOLFF - HONDA GOLDWING - RIDE IN
    HAKET - MARK - HONDA AFRICA TWIN - TENT CAMPING
    OLD KENNY - KEN - HUSQVARNA 701 - RIDE IN
    BENTRAVELLIN - BEN - KTM 950SE - SMALL TRUCK
    FRK1206 - KTM 690E - RIDE IN
    JPHAXX - JEREMY - SUZUKI DRZ400 - TENT CAMPING
    516MAR619 - MATT - KAWASAKI KLR650 - TENT CAMPING
    BIGGIEFALLS - ERIC - KTM 950SE - TENT CABIN

    201 - 210
    QARTIS - ANDREW - SUZUKI DR650 - RIDE IN

    CANADADVENTURION - PHIL - KAWASAKI KLR 650 - RIDE IN
    MOTO4MAN - MARK - KTM 690R - RIDE IN

    BIGTONY - MARK - KTM 990/HUSABERG 570 - TENT CAMPING
    SOME BEACH - DAVE - YAMAHA WR250 - TENT CAMPING
    OUTJUSTOUT - SCOTT - SUZUKI DRZ400 - TENT CAMPING
    KTMTIM - TIM - KTM 690 - BIG TRUCK
    QUADZMOTO - JAMES - HUSQVQARNA 501 - TENT CAMPING
    4SERGE - SERGEY - NC700X - RIDE IN
    SDAPRILE - SEBASTIANO - BMW R1100 GS - RIDE IN

    211-220
    STUNNY - STAN - KTM 690 - RIDE IN
    ARRIND - ARRIN - TENT CAMPING
    CIN D - CINDY - KLR650 - TENT CAMPING
    BOOMDUST - SCOTT - YAMAHA WR250
    HONDAGREG - GREG - HONDA CRF250L - TENT CAMPING
    ITCHIKINDAS - LEV - HUSQVARNA 701E
    LADYBUG - SHERRY - HARLEY XG750 - RIDE IN
    CAMELLO911 - JOSUE - BMW F800GSS - RIDE IN
    ZEROKOOL - JOSUA - BMW 1250GS/KTM 500EXC - SMALL TRUCK
    FNALLEY - FRANK - KTM 525EXC - BIG TRUCK


    221 - 230
    ???? - ORION - HUSQVARNA TE449 - BIG TRUCK - ADV?
    LORD MORGAN - SCOTT - HONDA CRF250 RALLY - SMALL TRUCK
    FENDERLVR - ERIC - YAMAH WR250F - SMALL TRUCK
    NBARNEY - NICK - KTM 950A - SMALL TRUCK
    DUMBORANGEBIKE - JONATHAN - KTM 790R - TENT CAMPING
    WADE-O - STEVE - BMW R1200GS - MOSKOMOTO
    NOMADICADV72 - RAY - KTM 790R - MOSKOMOTO
    SEATCONCEPT - ROBERT - AFRICA TWIN - SPONSOR
    MONDOHONDO - WILEY - KTM 500EXC - SPONSOR
    SHAVENYAK - ROMAN - TIGER 800XC

    231-240
    MOWGLI233 - COLE - HUSQVARNA TE310 - CARPOOL
    TOOTSIE B - JESSICA - YAMAHA XT225 - CARPOOL

    MIGOLITO - ?
    PJH66 - PAT - KTM 790R - GLAMPING
    TRAWAK - TAYLOR - KTM 500EXC - GLAMPING
    TRAWAK 2 - BILLIE - HONDA CRF450L - GLAMPING
    FRQFLYR - jOE
    CALISURFBUM - MICHAEL - KTM 500 - OVERFLOW DRY RV

    CHOPPERGUY - TIM - BMW GSA 1200 - RIDE IN
    RICHMILLER - RICHARD - KTM 990 - BIG TRUCK - ADV? @richmiller

    241-250
    DAVETHESTICK - DAVE - HONDA XR650R - SMALL TRUCK
    RIDER914 - MATT -KTM 690R - TENT CAMPING
    IE_ADV_NOOB - LEONARD - DUCATI DESERT SLED - RIDE IN
    BRIELLE - BRIELLE - DUCATI MULTISTRADA - TC 20

    ????? - TOR - TRIUMPH 800 - TENT CAMPING - ADV?
    KYLE K - KYLE - BMW R1200 GSA - RIDE IN
    CORYGAR - CORY - KTM 1190r - RIDE IN
    R'ELISE ME - GLEN - KTM 690R - TENT CAMPING

    LCCC1 - VINCE - HONDA CRF250X - CARPOOL

    251 - 260
    STANDUPSONLY - KAWASAKI KX450 - CARPOOL
    SOPHIA - LISA - YAMAHA XT250 - CARPOOL
    MR THUMBS - TONY - HUSQVARNA FE501 - BIG TRUCK
    WILLIAM HOWARD - WILLIAM - RIDE IN - BMW R1250 HP
    ROBBYW1985 - ROBERT - KTM 530 - BIG TRUCK
    MISS ROBBYW - AMBER - SUZUKI DRZ400 - MINOR
    SST - ROBERT - TRIUMPH 1200 SCRAMBLER - RIDE IN
    CDMPC - CRAIG - BMW R1100GS - RIDE IN
    REFLEXX - GENE - HONDA AFRICA TWIN - RIDE IN
    JAB - JEFF - HONDA XR600

    261 - 270

    JASONFB123 - JASON - KAWASAKI KLR 650 -CARPOOL
    SITO - LOUIS - KTM 790R - GLAMPING
    HARDHAT - TIM - HUSQVARNA 701 - RIDE IN
    BRAD21 - BRAD - KTM 790R - RIDE IN

    BRAD21ESPOSA - CARRIE - KTM790S - RIDE IN
    DARTHANIAN - TERRY - YAMAHA WR450 - CARPOOL
    KLIM - MARK - SPONSOR
    SBC - SACHIN YAMAHA WR250R - SMALL TRUCK
    AMIEVIL - TYSON - HUSQVARNA 501 - LATE REG
    NOSTEP - MARK - SUZUKI DRZ400 - LATE REG

    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

    REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED!
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  3. NSFW

    NSFW basecamp4adv Super Supporter

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  4. FYYFF

    FYYFF Forever young...

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    GREEN = PAID

    MOTEL ROOM #
    1 2B - BIGTODD + TODD LITE
    2 1Q - GALACTICGS
    3 1Q - DZRTRACIN
    4 2B - TYPEAMARK + SQUAREDVET
    5 1K - SLOWERTHANYOU
    6 1Q - BIG AL
    7 1Q - THE COLDMAN
    8 2B - VTBEEMER ADV + TREV-THE-LAD
    9 2B - SITO
    10 3B - WEAKRIDERDON + BIONICMAN + JMESSAMER
    11 2B - ZEI220 + TAS152
    12 2B - DVJIM + DVDI
    14 3B - PCFLY + BLAISE W + JOHN S (ADV NAME ?)
    15 2B - RIDDLER + PJH66
    COTTAGE 3B - NOWWHAT


    CABINS
    CA17 - KAPTSLO + HBSURFDAD + JNYRAV
    CA18 - RESERVED for WOMEN'S PERSONAL USE
    CA19 - MEATE8OR + MS.
    CA20 - TBARSTOW
    CA21 - MRGADALOT
    CA22 - DAMOOSE
    CA23 - TRAWAK + BILLIE
    CA24 - AANICHOLS
    CA31 - MATT FEO23


    CABIN WAITING LIST:
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    FULL HOOK UP RV - MINIMUM OF 2 PEOPLE PER SITE OR PAY FOR 2
    RV1 - JKING + SUGAREE
    RV2 - NSFW + DAMADO + GSEQUIOA
    RV3 - GERG + JSTORY
    RV4 - DISTANT THUNDER + STORMY
    RV5 - DUNERAT + MS.
    RV6 - TODD157K + GRACE

    RV7 - CARL57K + BRAVO ZULU + MS BZ
    RV8 - TEAM VEGAS + BYH + MS.
    RV9 - SAM HAYES + KEVINBHEATH
    RV10 - BEATS WORKING + MS.



    TENT CABINS

    #14 BOBBLES + AKEMI + CAPT.SAVEAHO + CAPT.SAVEABRO
    #15 CASTU + BIGGIEFALLS
    #16 SOCIALLY STUNTED + MS
    #17 JALAPOJ + BEERBUBBA
    #18 PBRO63+ OUTDOORSMAN

    #19 2-BUNK RESERVED
    #20 ADOBE CREW
    #21 SPAFXER + FYYFF (VOLUNTEERS)
    #22 FATALLYBITTEN + IANINCALGARY
    #23 KLAMMMER + ANN
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  5. GalacticGS

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    Places to Visit

    What you're going to miss if you don't attend!

    Some Info:
    Death Valley is the largest National park in the lower 48 states.
    Badwater Basis is the lowest point in the US (approx. 282 feet below sea level).
    In July 2018, temps reached 127F for four days in a row.
    Some of the moving rocks at Racetrack Playa have weighted up to 700 lbs.
    There are over 1000 miles of roads to explore in Death Valley.


    Darwin Falls
    Very close to Panamint Springs is a small oasis and the Darwin waterfalls. Take the turnoff south from 190 about 1/4 mile west of Panamint Springs. Then it's a short 2.5 mile ride to the trailhead parking area, followed by about a 1 mile hike to get to the Lower Darwin Falls.
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    You can also keep climbing up the narrow canyon to reach the Upper Falls (but would be difficult to do in riding boots). It's fed from one of the few permanent springs in Death Valley. Well worth the hike to take a look!


    China Garden Spring
    About 3 mile past the Darwin Falls trailhead will be turnoff to China Garden Spring. Another little oasis with small fish to see.
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    At one time this area was used for a zinc mining processing facility.


    Darwin
    A semi-ghost town, inhabited by approximately 30+. Has an interesting history - once a rowdy mining town and at one time the largest town in Inyo County. Now it's mostly populated by people that just want to be left alone. One of the scenic spots...
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    You can read about it's history here. Or watch this interesting documentary...

    When entering Darwin, remember the Hills have Eyes!


    Cerro Gordo
    Cerro Gordo (Fat Hill) is a ghost town in the Inyo Mountains. At one time, it was the site of the largest Silver mine in California. Read more about it here.
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    The site was sold for $1.4M in 2017. It is accessible from the west from Keeler, and from the east via White Mountain Talc Road (from Saline Valley Road). The route from the west is much easier.


    Salt Tram
    The Saline Valley Salt Tram Summit Station is about 14 miles north of Cerro Gordo.
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    The salt tram carried salt from Saline Valley over the Inyo Mountains to a discharge terminal near Swansea. It took over 1.3M board feet of lumber for the various tramway support structures and control stations.
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    Quite the engineering feat...


    Saline Valley Warm Springs
    About 70 miles north of Panamint Springs and about 6-1/2 miles east of Saline Valley Road are the Saline Valley Warm Springs.
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    It's a series of three springs and several soaking pools. It's a clothing optional area,so bring your bathing suit (or not - nobody really cares). It's well maintained by the many regular hot spring aficionados and the resident caretaker named Lizard Lee.
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    It's a popular camping area but be prepared to bring what you need and be self-sufficient. It's a little oasis literally in the middle of nowhere.
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    Eureka Dunes
    North of Saline Valley Warm Springs are the Eureka Dunes. Accessible by experienced riders via Steel Pass heading north from the hot springs, or the easier route of taking Eureka Road south from Death Valley Road (running roughly between Big Pine and Scotty's Castle).
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    The dunes are constantly changing. Absolutely no riding on the dunes! But feel free the take a hike if you wish. They're quite a sight to see...
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    Crankshaft Crossing
    On Death Valley Road, 11 miles east of Eureka Road, is a road junction known as Crankshaft Crossing. Look at the pic to see why it's named that. You can turn northeast at the junction to head towards Gold Point (or Hwy 266), southeast to head towards Scotty's Castle or Ubehebe Crater, or southwest to head towards Eureka Dunes or Big Pine.
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    Ubehebe Crater
    Ubehebe Crater is a large volcanic crater in the northern part of Death Valley. It is approximately 1/2 mile wide, and about 600 feet deep. It is located on Ubehebe Crater Road, west of the road to Scotty's Castle (or southeast from Crankshaft Junction).
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    Ubehebe crater is known as a maar, a crater that is formed when magma migrates close to the surface and the heat of the magma causing groundwater to flash into steam, and throwing large quantities of pulverized old rock and new magma across the stony alluvial fan draped across the valley floor. The age of the Ubehebe Crater is indeterminate, with some studies indicating it may have formed as recently as 300 years ago while other studies have indicated it may be 2000 or more years old.
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    It's possible to hike down to the bottom (although it's a rigorous trek back up), and you can also hike around the perimeter and view the Little Hebe crater.


    Teakettle Junction
    Another strange shrine at a road junction in Death Valley. This one is at the junction of the Hunter Mountain Road and Racetrack Valley Road.
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    Tourists will leave a teakettle (usually with an inscribed message) hanging off the road sign. Every once is a while, the park rangers will remove them and allow a new collection to begin again.
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    Racetrack Playa
    West of Teakettle Junction is the dry lake bed known as Racetrack Playa, and world-famous for it's "moving" rocks.
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    DO NOT RIDE ON THE RACETRACK LAKE BED! DO NOT PICK UP OR MOVE THE ROCKS! DO NOT VENTURE ON TO THE LAKE BED WHEN IT IS WET AND YOU MIGHT LEAVE FOOTPRINTS!
    Instead, park along the road, and walk out on to the lake bed, and wander around to view some of the rocks, and their trails of movement. There is large outcrop of quartz monzonite rocks on the lake bed (known as the Grandstand) that you can climb to get a great view of the area.
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    The rocks tumble to the surface of the lake bed during storms. They can remain stationary for years, but under the right conditions they will move across the surface and leave trails in the lake bed. A study by the Scripps Institute of Oceanography discovered that the moving rocks requires a rare combination of events. First, the playa fills with water, which must be deep enough to allow formation of floating ice during cold winter nights but shallow enough to expose the rocks. As nighttime temperatures plummet, the pond freezes to form sheets of "windowpane" ice, which must be thin enough to move freely but thick enough to maintain strength. On sunny days, the ice begins to melt and break up into large floating panels, which light winds drive across the playa pool. The ice sheets shove rocks in front of them and the moving stones leave trails in the soft mud bed below the pool surface.


    Lost Burro Mine
    The semi-difficult trail to Lost Burro Mine heads from Hunter Mountain Road (approximately 3 miles south of Teakettle Junction).
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    The story behind the mine's name is that in 1907 Bert Shively's burro wandered off. Bert when looking for the burro, and picked up a rock to throw at it to get its attention. But before throwing the rock, Bert noticed that it was laced with gold. The area now contains the remains of mining operations that continued into the 1970's.
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    Chloride Cliffs
    Chloride City and the general Chloride Cliffs area is the site of abandoned silver mines originally established in 1871. It sits at about 5200' elevation, and provides some scenic views of the death valley area.
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    It's reached from trails heading east from Daylight Pass Road (between Death Valley and Beatty).
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    Rhyolite
    Rhyolite is a ghost town just southeast of Beatty, NV (and just off of Daylight Pass Road). First established in 1905, it quickly grew to about to almost 5000 people by 1907 to serve the nearby gold and silver mines, primarily the Montgomery Shoshone Mine. By 1907, it had electric lights, water mains, telephones, and the town included a school, an ice plant, a foundry, a hospital and even a stock exchange.
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    However, by 1908 the town began a decline, with all three town banks closing in 2010. The largest mine, the Montgomery Shoshone Mine closed in 1911. The 1920 census reported only 14 people remaining in the town. However many of the remnants of buildings still exist today, and Rhyolite is now a historic town site managed by the BLM.
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    Over the years, Rhyolite became a quirky ghost town becoming host to the Goldwell Open Air Museum containing unusual sculptures and artwork.
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    Did I mention quirky?
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    Titus Canyon
    Titus Canyon is a must-do ride for a Death Valley motorcycle visitor. It's a frickin' beautiful ride with majestic scenery. Titus Canyon Road is a graded dirt road heading west from Daylight Pass Road (southwest of Beatty). It crosses the Amargosa Valley and begins a slow climb into the Grapevine Mountains. The first pass is known as White Pass, where you enter Titanothere Canyon - you'll know it when you start seeing the colorful rock formations, which contain fossil beds 30-35 million years old.
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    After a few more miles, you'll begin climbing more steeply with several sharp switchbacks. You'll reach Red Pass which has a small turnout area. At 5,250 feet in elevation this is the highest point. Stop at turnout, and take your first look at Titus Canyon.
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    I always find it to be a breathtaking sight. The road then begins a winding descent into upper Titus Canyon. I usually stop a few times to take pics of the amazing scenery.
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    Eventually, you'll reach Leadfield - the remains of another old mining town that was very short-lived.
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    The remnants of several old buildings and mine operations are scattered in this area.
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    After Leadfield, the road heads into the lower Canyon and will get rather narrow in certain sections. The surface can become varied - often, it remains firm and graded, however it can become very soft (gravel and sand) in some sections. Along the canyon, you can stop to view petroglyphs.
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    Up until the last few miles of the road, Titus Canyon Road is one-way (west to east); however the last few miles are often used by hikers that enter from the east end, so please be wary and careful through the narrow sections towards the end of canyon.
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    Zabriskie Point
    Located just southeast of Furnace Creek on Hwy 190, Zabriskie Point provides an overlook viewpoint of the badlands area at the east side of Death Valley.
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    Named after Christian Brevoort Zabriskie, General Manager of the Pacific Coast Borax Company (famous for its 20 mule teams used to transport Borax), the viewpoint offers some great views of the landscape, and some short hiking trails to reach additional views.
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    Zabriskie Point has been a popular place for photographers to take some amazing photos of Death Valley.
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    Twenty Mule Team Canyon Road
    This is a short 2.7 mile winding dirt road that provides more picturesque views of the badlands at the east end of Death Valley (similar terrain as seen at Zabriskie Point).
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    Dante's View
    This viewpoint provides a majestic and panoramic view of the Death Valley basin.
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    Reachable by taking Furnace Creek Wash Road about 13 miles east of Furnace Creek, and then taking the 13 mile long Dante's View Road to reach the viewpoint parking area (all paved). Views are best in the mornings (with the sun behind you). As the crow flies, Dante's View is only 2 miles from Badwater (but another mile up in elevation).
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    Badwater Basin
    Badwater is the lowest point in North America - 292 feet below sea level; and during summers, it can be one of the hottest.
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    The name comes from a spring-fed pool of "bad water", due to the accumulated salts in the surrounding area. The Badwater Basin is an endorheic lake basin, which provides no outflow to rivers or the ocean. During rain storms, water can accumulate as a shallow lake, but tends to quickly evaporate (the area has the highest evaporation potential in the US). Salts will dissolve and re-crystallize during each cycle. Repeated freeze–thaw and evaporation cycles gradually push the thin salt crust into hexagonal honeycomb shapes.
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    Artist's Palette
    This is a short 9 mile one-way drive (paved) between Furnace Creek and Badwater. About 1/2 way through the drive you will discover why this attraction is named Artist's Palette.
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    The drive winds through the canyons and hills east of Badwater Road. Artist's Palette is an area where oxidization of the minerals in the soils creates some amazing colors in the canyon walls.
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    Barker Ranch
    Located on a side trail between the Goler Wash steps and Mengal Pass, Barker Ranch is most famous for being a desert hideaway for the Manson family, and Charles Manson was found hiding under the bathroom vanity in October 1969 during a raid by authorities investigating vandalism within Death Valley National Park.
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    Originally built around 1940, James and Arlene Barker purchased the ranch in 1956, expanded the buildings, and mined for gold and uranium in the surrounding mountains for many years. Charles Manson and his followers started using the property around November 1968. In 2009, a fire burned down the structure and that's left is the foundation and some rock walls.
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    Backcountry Cabins of Death Valley
    There are a large number of remote cabins in the Death Valley area. They are available for camping on a first-come basis; however be aware that many are infested with the hantavirus. If you wish to camp at a vacant cabin, raise the flag that you will find inside (that's that indication that someone is staying at the cabin).
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    In Butte Valley, there are three cabins (Geologist's, Stella/Mengal, and Russell's Camp). Along the Pleasant Canyon/South Park Canyon loop are the World Beater, Briggs, and Stone cabins.
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    Up Jail Canyon, you will find the Corona Mine cabin.
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    And on the west side of Panamint Valley, you can find the Osborne, Minnietta, and Kopper cabins.
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    These are just some of the many cabins in the Death Valley area, and worth riding to just as a destination.


    Wildrose Charcoal Kilns
    The construction of 10 charcoal kilns was competed in 1875 to serve lead-silver ore mining operations, but were abandoned after only two years of operation. Their short life as working kilns has contributed to their remarkable condition for now being approximately 140 years old.
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    The kilns are located on Wildrose Canyon Road, about 4 miles past the intersection with Emigrant Canyon Road.
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    Skidoo
    A shell of its former self, Skidoo (originally named 23 Skidoo) was once a booming gold mining town with over 700 inhabitants. Established in 1906, it lasted about 10 years.
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    It was famous for its water-driven stamp mill, drawing water from 20 miles away via a pipeline.
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    Skidoo is reached from an unpaved road, branching from Emigrant Canyon Road.
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  6. headstaller

    headstaller Long timer Supporter

    Joined:
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    Location:
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    Ts....
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  7. Bonnie & Clyde

    Bonnie & Clyde Wishing I was riding RTW

    Joined:
    Jan 10, 2006
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    3,941
    Location:
    Gardnerville NV
    Check back later for Rally Swag for SALE
    #7
  8. spafxer

    spafxer Long timer

    Joined:
    Mar 12, 2007
    Oddometer:
    3,411
    2020 DVNR ride sign up list

    http://72.253.151.135/rideList.php

    Make sure to look for the white board in the camp sign up site for further ride information.

    These rides are for individual riders to join. Not put on by the Rally in any way.
    #8
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  9. GSequoia

    GSequoia I know a few things about radios... Supporter

    Joined:
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    Oddometer:
    2,502
    Location:
    Los Angeles, CA
    We will have the repeater up to get coverage between Saline and Panamint Valleys again.

    Frequencies you should have:
    DVNR Repeater - 146.585 PL/CTCSS Tone 100 Hz, Simplex (Same frequency as prior years)
    DVNP 170.10. - You can monitor the NPS radios with this. Daily broadcast around 9AM with park weather and outstanding issues/causes of concern.

    If you don't have a radio I recommend picking a cheap one up. You can get these two items on Amazon:
    BaoFeng UV-5R Dual Band Two Way Radio (Black)
    Nagoya NA-771 - Cheaper antenna but worlds better than the one the radio comes with.
    Diamond SRJ77CA Antenna - This is more expensive but a higher quality unit.

    Alternatively you can go full tilt like me and install a big radio on your bike.

    That will get you able to hit the repeater. As these are in the amateur band the FCC won't let you use the radio for casual communication until you have your license however in an actual emergency those rules are waived. Plus, well, there's a whole lot of nothing out there, the only people likely to be monitoring those frequencies are us.

    If you don't know how to program your radio don't sweat it, hook up in camp and we'll figure it out and test it. I'll be out there in some form or another (either old white DR350 or sexy newish black Super Tenere).

    A couple of points about general radio use. You'll likely be hitting this repeater from a 4 or 5 watt handheld radio so you're challenged out of the box. Getting the best antenna you can helps out a lot but isn't a magic bullet. Don't expect it to work very well from a moving bike unless you have clear line of sight.

    If you need to get a message to the repeater stop, remove your helmet, and interact directly with the radio. Keep your antenna pointed vertically and try not to move it around as you talk. More information forthcoming on confirmation on you getting to the repeater pending whether I change system architecture.

    If you're having a tough time getting to the repeater consider putting your side stand down and walking up a nearby hill. With radios altitude is king. If you can see the general area of South Pass you should be able to hit the repeater.

    As always in addition to the above I would love to get as much help as I can in both repeater setup and tear-down. Typically I set up the repeater Wednesday afternoon and tear down on Sunday mid-morning (I'll give you time to break down camp). Quick ride or drive out near South Pass with a short but vertical hike to the repeater location.
    #9
  10. Team Vegas

    Team Vegas ((̲̅ ̲̅(̲̅C̲̅r̲̅a̲̅y̲̅o̲̅l̲̲̅̅a̲̅( ̲̅̅((>---

    Joined:
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    Location:
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    In

    3 bed cabin please, sharing with @byh & @Big Al

    1RV spot for BYH and I (we can get both RV & trailer in one like last year) & a motel for Big Al if cabin not available.
    #10
  11. byh

    byh Adventurer

    Joined:
    Jun 26, 2007
    Oddometer:
    56
    Location:
    Fabulous Las Vegas!
    In!
    #11
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  12. Pcfly

    Pcfly Dude?! Seriously??

    Joined:
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    Oddometer:
    1,901
    Location:
    North of the Columbia River
    In.....motel, 3 bed motel please. Have a few others joning but they will post up individually.
    #12
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  13. zei220

    zei220 Adventurer

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    Jan 1, 2010
    Oddometer:
    48
    Location:
    UK and Pueblo West CO.
    In, i'm with the Pcfly group, a two bed motel room, please
    #13
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  14. SpongeRob

    SpongeRob Been here awhile

    Joined:
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    344
    Location:
    Corona, CA
    In.
    #14
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  15. Todd157k

    Todd157k Long timer Supporter

    Joined:
    Aug 14, 2012
    Oddometer:
    2,838
    Location:
    Ventura, CA
    In! RV w/ hookups please.

    Todd & Grace
    #15
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  16. headstaller

    headstaller Long timer Supporter

    Joined:
    Jul 22, 2011
    Oddometer:
    1,550
    Location:
    Norco, CA
    whatever happen.....
    #16
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  17. Team Vegas

    Team Vegas ((̲̅ ̲̅(̲̅C̲̅r̲̅a̲̅y̲̅o̲̅l̲̲̅̅a̲̅( ̲̅̅((>---

    Joined:
    Jan 23, 2011
    Oddometer:
    19,012
    Location:
    NCC-1701
    Why you gotta make it weird :lol3
    #17
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  18. tas152

    tas152 Adventurer

    Joined:
    Aug 11, 2015
    Oddometer:
    23
    Location:
    Nelson, NZ
    I'm in

    With Pcfly group. 2 bed motel please.
    #18
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  19. Blaise W

    Blaise W Long timer Supporter

    Joined:
    Jan 19, 2010
    Oddometer:
    1,269
    Location:
    Tucson, AZ
    In, with Team PC Fly, 3 bed motel please.
    #19
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  20. Big Al

    Big Al Dual sport rider

    Joined:
    Jun 17, 2006
    Oddometer:
    37
    Location:
    Adarondacks, and Nevada
    IN!

    If 3 bed cabin TeamVegas requested not available, hotel room for one please.
    #20
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