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Dates have been changed, new dates are Sept 17-20, 2020
I believe there will be available access on Saturday afternoon.
Most rally attendees camp in tents, a few come in RV’s, and a few like to use hotels/motels. So, yes, there is room for you and your tent.
OK, it seems to work for me.
What kind of tech? Airheads, oilheads, what in particular?
Some nice riding in that area. Corning glass museum is just a bit north of there, along with the Glenn Curtiss museum. I’ve already been scoping out routes from Iowa to Wellsboro. Who will be the rally chair?
Short answer – yes to all concerns. There is decent wifi in most areas oh the site. as far as cell service, there is cell service in the area. Whether or not your phone connects is between your phone and the local carrier. As far as coffee, the RA will be providing free coffee from 7am-8:30 am. There will be a food vendor having breakfast and lunch available. There will also be a biergarten, with live music on Friday and Saturday evenings. However, no carry-in alcohol to the biergarten. You can purchase beer out in town and have it at your campsite, or purchase beer at the biergarten and take it out to your campsite.
I hope this answers your questions. See you there!
Randy Boris Camping/security chair
Greetings, all! Your friendly camping chair here. FYI, the state of Michigan wants us to make sure that tents are not within 4(four) feet of each other, to enable folks to get out in case of emergency. So let’s not set up so close. We’ve informed the powers-that-be what a rally is and how it works, and they don’t have a problem with it, but let’s not give them a reason. There should be plenty of room for elbow room. And, yes, you can park your bike by your tent. See you all in a short time!
Randy Boris Camping/medical needs/security chair
Those arriving early are those who have volunteered to help set up. The rally doesn’t begin until Thursday morning.
Good grief, Bob, that is sooooooo far away!
I’ve been doing rallies for a long time and have never had a problem finding a place to set up camp. And since I’m in charge of the camping for this rally, what is your specific question?
See previous post, but, yes, there will be an area for medical needs power, such as CPAP.
I hope it’s big enough, because I’ll be using it also.
A great area in which to ride, blow the cobwebs off the skills, wear the nubs off the new tires, or finish wearing out the old ones.
It looks like the weather should be cooperative for the rally, dry, sunshine, not too cool in th eevening. Great friends, good times, and those terrible roads. I think the Madison club should include a subtitle for this rally – In Search of a Straight Road. Honestly, no matter which way you point the front wheel, the roads are great. See everybody there!