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***USCA 2010 National Sidecar Rally***

Also for anyone wanting to bring their 4 legged friend they are free and welcome BUT CVE grounds rules state that they must be kept on a leash at all times.

We are in the process of lining up a trip to the Ben and Jerrys ice cream plant for a tour on possiably friday.

Trying to pin down a block of rooms in the Burlington area

Looking forward to this. I only know a few sidecar people around here, and they primarily race them. Will hopefully have the new R90/ velorex rig out there, and plan to camp. Still need to get a functional printer, and send in membership and registration.

Erich

Sounds good Erich looking forward to seeing you there

Oh drat! I'll be all packed up for the ride to the MOA Rally in Oregon when you show up in VT so won't be able to camp or even ride with you folks! Is there such a thing as a day pass? I've been on two wheels for just over 40 years now but am thinking of adding a hack to the stable so I can take my dogs with me. Just wanted to see what options there are and check out the vendors and rigs to get an idea of what I might be getting myself into.

There are several colleges and universities in the area, all of which will be off for the summer so there should be plenty of hotel rooms. There are also several great campgrounds scattered throughout the region if the fairgrounds aren't to your liking.

For great summaries of area attractions, visit the BMW Riders' Association forum. Their annual rally is in southern VT the end of July this year and the rallymeister has done a fantastic job of posting routes and attractions.

Bummer that you're coming to my neck of the woods just as I'm taking off for the other coast!

Pete

Glenfiddich - 5/3/2010 6:25 PM Oh drat! I'll be all packed up for the ride to the MOA Rally in Oregon when you show up in VT so won't be able to camp or even ride with you folks! Is there such a thing as a day pass? I've been on two wheels for just over 40 years now but am thinking of adding a hack to the stable so I can take my dogs with me. Just wanted to see what options there are and check out the vendors and rigs to get an idea of what I might be getting myself into. There are several colleges and universities in the area, all of which will be off for the summer so there should be plenty of hotel rooms. There are also several great campgrounds scattered throughout the region if the fairgrounds aren't to your liking. For great summaries of area attractions, visit the BMW Riders' Association forum. Their annual rally is in southern VT the end of July this year and the rallymeister has done a fantastic job of posting routes and attractions. Bummer that you're coming to my neck of the woods just as I'm taking off for the other coast! Pete

Pete,

If you have the time stop in and say hi we will be located at the CVE same place as the BMW MOA had their event a few years back

Just a reminder that the pre registration for the National rally in Vermont ends the 1st of June AFTER June 1st the cost is $5. more per person.

USCA Members pre reg $30. after June 1st $35.

Non members pre reg $40. After June 1st $45.

Trikes and solo bikes are welcome to!

I see tent camping is said to be 9 dollars per night. Is that per person, per tent or per site. If per site how many can be on one site? Typical questions right?

It's okay, Claude. I have a 3 person tent for me and the dog. There's room for one more, though I have to warn you; my dog is an enthusiastic early morning kisser.

Pete

claude #3563 - 6/8/2010 5:00 PM I see tent camping is said to be 9 dollars per night. Is that per person, per tent or per site. If per site how many can be on one site? Typical questions right?

Hi Claude

It is $9. per tent, I was told that we could have other tents at the same site as to how many? do you prefer city living or country living?

hdrghack - 6/8/2010 5:32 PM

claude #3563 - 6/8/2010 5:00 PM I see tent camping is said to be 9 dollars per night. Is that per person, per tent or per site. If per site how many can be on one site? Typical questions right?

 

Hi Claude 

It is $9. per tent, I was told that we could have other tents at the same site as to how many? do you prefer city living or country living?

LOL...Chuck...You pretty much know where I live and it ain't 'city' 🙂
I will bring a 60 x 100 circus tent and rent spaces for 3 bucks a person per night ..deal?
Duckin' and runnin'