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Retirement notice

Hello everyone. I've decided it's time to let someone more enthusiastic and full of energy take the WA state rep job. I'm no longer riding nearly as much as I used to. Partly because of health dictates and partly because of lack of desire. Anyone in WA who might be interested in being the WA rep, please contact Dave Irvine, the NW rep whose information is listed elsewhere on the forum or website. Or contact Billie, the ID rep and she'll let Dave know. Both of their information is available here, on the website and in the Sidecarist magazine.   -Tom Wells, aka Reardan Tom 

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Thank you Tom for your hard work all these years.

As there would be an appearance of a conflict of interest at this time I am not able to be the rep (again)

A person can have a lot of fun doing this job, I hope some one will want to take it on.

Jay G
DMC sidecars

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Jay G DMC sidecars 15616 Carbonado South Prairie RD Buckley WA 98321 866-638-1793 Hours Monday - Thursday 6-4:30

Tom, thank you for all that you have done to build the USCA, not only in Washington and with everybody you have met and talked with about the USCA.

Life can take us by surprise when we least expect it. Am glad you are on the road to recovery, everyone is looking forward to seeing you and Petey out riding again. 

Your advice and piece of wisdom is always welcome, please continue sharing as you have in the past.

Now is a good time to consider naming two Washington Reps, one for the West Coast and one for the Eastern plains.

Maybe Jay can recommend  a young up and coming sidecarist as Rep for the Coastal area of Washington.

Jan Daub

USCA President

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Tom, thank you for sharing your sidecar experiences with the rest of us.  You stories and photos helped guide us early in our sidecaring days.  Please stick around the USCA and the forum ...  there are more stories yet untold.

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Lee / Summer Grove, Louisiana: Ural cT, CJ750, Burgman/Texas Ranger, Zuma 50F, MB5, TW200, CRF250L, GTV300

And by the way our friend Tom has been too the bonding actor for the "international USCA league". in Igor's and my name a hearty thank you for all those interesting links and tips.

Best wishes to you, Barb and Petey from 10ºN, 84ºW.


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Thank you my friend! Still hoping our paths cross someday soon. 

Thank you for all your hard work through the years! I hope to still see you around. 

J Davidson