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adriancw
Posted 6/18/2017 11:10 PM (#93900)
Subject: Ride To Work (RTW)



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For the Ride to Work (RTW, not a "Round The World" post), I was looking for anything on the USCA Forums about this event, and found nothing, so this is possibly the first - is anybody planning to ride on a day that they might not usually consider?

This is the 26th year according to their website, it might be a great opportunity to promote sidecars and 3 wheeling, in addition to 2 wheeled motorbikes...

It will take place on Monday June 19th, 2017. Find out more about it here:

http://ridetowork.org/

Cheers, Adrian

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VLAD
Posted 6/19/2017 3:31 PM (#93908 - in reply to #93900)
Subject: RE: Ride To Work (RTW)



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You do not have to wait for some day. Just ride to work every day... a great opportunity to promote sidecars and 3 wheeling...
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AJ1200
Posted 6/19/2017 4:53 PM (#93910 - in reply to #93900)
Subject: Re: Ride To Work (RTW)



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I was thinking the same thing VLAD, my rig is my daily driver, but sometimes I forget that is not doable for a lot of riders.
I'm just glad I live in an area that I can ride year round, I choose the days when I don't ride rather than looking for days I can
And in your case you ride and advertise your business
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ncdave
Posted 6/20/2017 10:42 PM (#93919 - in reply to #93900)
Subject: Re: Ride To Work (RTW)


I didn't ride to work yesterday becasue the weather didn't cooperate. I rode every day I can though. today it was the sidecar rig's turn. I have to alternate to give all the bikes their fair share of trips.
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Reardan Tom
Posted 6/21/2017 9:27 AM (#93921 - in reply to #93900)
Subject: Re: Ride To Work (RTW)



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I didn't ride to work yesterday because I'm long time retired. And retired from my retirement job as school bus driver as well now. But school is out for the summer now too. All signs point to not riding to work. But I did make a fantastic ride. Left Petey behind so my friend Bob's daughter could ride in the sidecar. She's visiting from AZ and Bob asked if I'd take her in the sidecar while he and Lanette rode on Lanette's Valkerie trike. I wasn't real keen on making a ride that required Petey stay behind. And he wasn't real sure what was up as I pulled out without him. I had to ride from here to Chewelah to meet up with them at Lanette's house there. Turned out to be a most excellent ride and a fun day. Then the ride home from Chewelah. I felt like I'd done a days work by the time I got home. Pooped. But happy.



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