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A Duck
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Non-RA members welcome at Rally?

Just curious. I've got a couple of Ks and do some pretty serious touring. Have never attended a rally since I'd just as soon ride but am curious as to what goes on at rallies and, since I live in Seattle, am consdiering attending to see what the attraction is. I couldn't tell from the rally home page if us non-RA types are welcome to attend so thought I'd just come right out and ask.

Cheers....

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A Duck wrote:
Just curious. I've got a couple of Ks and do some pretty serious touring. Have never attended a rally since I'd just as soon ride but am curious as to what goes on at rallies and, since I live in Seattle, am consdiering attending to see what the attraction is. I couldn't tell from the rally home page if us non-RA types are welcome to attend so thought I'd just come right out and ask.

Cheers....

First off, this is a BMW rally and is open to any BMW rider (and friends on Brand X). If you are not an 'RA member - no problem. Hopefully, you'll see enough that you like to justify joining, but either way - come rally with us!

As for what you'll find... A rally is an opportunity to meet new friends, see very interesting bikes, attend excellent seminars on travel, technical issues, riding skills, etc., have great day rides in the area, take an Experience Rider's Course, see lots of vendors and be able to examine first hand accessories you've only seen in ads. Oh, there's food, beer, music, field events, and more - all in a pretty laid back atmosphere.

It tends to get into your blood, so come on down from the Great Northwet and see for yourself!

Greg Feeler
1972 R75/5, 1990 K75, 1990 K1, 1992 K75S, 2003 K1200RS
2006 "Discover Yourself In Idaho" RA Rally Co-Chair
BMW MOA President

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