sticky for gatherings?

Discussion in 'Southeast, The Lair of the Dragon - The Blue Ridge' started by Cuttle, Aug 7, 2013.

  1. Cuttle

    Cuttle Seriously?

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    got links?
  2. turtlemoye

    turtlemoye I'd rather not be online. Supporter

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    Sandlapper is a great event but be forewarned, the BBQ they serve is a mustard based sauce. One bite had me gagging for 30 mins.:puke2
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    justBert Been here awhile Supporter

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  4. ob1quixote

    ob1quixote Long timer

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    Flyers for Sandlapper and Big Jim 500, as well as online ONLY link to enter the Armenia Dual Sport are at www.carolinadualsporters.com

    Armenia is also a 200 rider HARD limit.
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    bigloop67 Long timer

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    Does anyone know when the Laurel fork WV weekend is? Spring I believe.
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    Buildzall Rooster Supporter

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  7. Cuttle

    Cuttle Seriously?

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    beats me..
  8. WayneJ

    WayneJ What?

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    You can start the thread and make it anytime you like. :deal
  9. Boondoggle

    Boondoggle no good deed

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    Generally they find a weekend with a nice sunny forecast and warm temps, then pick the weekend after that.
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    mhr650 Been here awhile Supporter

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    I found this event, same weekend as the RDV. I was thinking that Helen is not that far from Murphy and they do have some good riding down there. Then I saw the price. :(


    https://ridebdr.com/news/2020fundraiser/
  11. Cuttle

    Cuttle Seriously?

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    :eek7 holy fuck! $875... but at least it includes a cocktail hour :lol3
  12. mhr650

    mhr650 Been here awhile Supporter

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    It doesn’t say anything about the cost of the cocktail hour drinks being included for the $875… Maybe you have been seriously underselling getting us all spoiled.
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  13. JUST_MIKE

    JUST_MIKE Been here awhile

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    Or you can spend 875 to learn how to ride your bike

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  14. Cuttle

    Cuttle Seriously?

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    I can get 2 days class at the TTC (Trials Training Center) for $150... that's money well spend :deal



    I've been too broke to attend a lot of events until a couple of years ago, and that's the reason I keep the RDV "cheap" - I don't want to exclude people because they can't afford it. $100 inclusive beer is a tight budget, that's why I have to count on people helping cook without getting free admission (they deserve all the credit). If there's money left, I use it to replace broken equipment for the field kitchen.

    Events like the BDR, are put on by cooperation/entrepreneurs that try to do it for living. They come and go like mushrooms - it's a ruthless business, burns you out and not many make it (insert dead husband joke here ;) ) . I don't want to go back to that ever. I can walk away without loss and say I had a good time - even though I appear cranky at times during the event (tired germans always look/sound cranky :lol3)
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  15. DCrider

    DCrider Live from THE Hill

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    Creekgeek Master Finger Painter

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  17. Buildzall

    Buildzall Rooster Supporter

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    the Hooch is not being postponed -- :clap
    Suches Ga
    6/13-14
    online Registration is open and pre-registration will close on 5/18

    GaDualsporter.com for more information
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  18. ob1quixote

    ob1quixote Long timer

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  19. Buildzall

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    Time to get on to the 2021 calendar.
    It's official,
    4th annual -
    Scullshoals Dualsport
    Feb 6th/7th - 2021
    Roll chart route
    Big bike friendly dirt roads thru 4 counties
    Centered at Durhamtown off road park.

    Big bike / small bike - BRING BOTH!!!

    Www.Gadualsport.com
  20. Colemanfu

    Colemanfu King of all manfu

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    Truth - Mrs. Manfu is directly from the motherland - I know that look. And nothing spoken in German ever sounds happy :deal

    And here's a look at the Upper Cumberland DS ride we did last weekend. But in all honesty it was a proper dirt bike ride and was exactly what we were hoping for. 88 miles worth of stoke and a very well organized event. Rain the night before made it more better :super

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