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I got the info back, as I pre-entered, and this looks like it's going to be fun.

Sat. 170 miles, lunch at Bristol, bikes on display on the green, 3 restaurants, obstacle course on the green after lunch, return to Killington (Grey Bonnet Inn is parc ferme), drinks and dinner.

Sun. 120 miles, lunch at Turnbridge Worlds fair (longest running fair in the USA) Display in Fair, Fair food, back to Killington, awards and dinner.

Jay and Jim, who have helped set up the course, say it's a pisser.

Anybody interested can sign up at the event, best to try and get there sometime on Friday after 3:00 PM as the AM can be a bit hectic; doable but hectic.

The address is:
The Grey Bonnet Inn
831 Route 100 North
Killington, VT 05751

1 800 342 2086

There are campsites available. Even if you don't have an eligible bike, c'mon up and help out. It's a lot of fun however you participate and guaranteed next year, you'll have an eligible bike. Check it out!

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The Bitches....

Notice how Branson didn't bother to respond to my question? That's because he's not coming, and the real reason is not the $ thing , like he claims, but that all the stock two-strokes thoroughly spanked his piece-of-shit Honda 160 last year. The one with the big fancy race pipe on it.......yeah!

What's this about weather? Dude, bad weather makes it MORE fun. We did it in Hurricane Ivan the first year, and it was the best! Just wear the appropriate clothes, is all. It's only 60 miles per loop, that's nothing; it's like 2 to 3 hours, and then we get a break, rest, eat, be festive, and we're off again. You'll be sad to see the end of the loop come up, you'll be having so much fun. Besides, it's two nights of partay'; beer and bullshit, you can't beat it.

My brother, Geoff, is coming with his Triumph Cub, and he's bringing my brother-in-law Paul with him, who will be riding a Bultaco Matador. Gonna' be a nice diversity of machines there.

Dgy

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