SERVING THE COMMUNITIES OF SOUTHWEST NEW MEXICO
Page GWRRA CHAPTER T LAS CRUCES, NM
Road Rider w Mexico
Gold Wing R egion F Ne
3rd Sa r T Gather
mont urday of ea g
E. Grig at Furr’s 23 h
(near g s, L a 40
Mart) he old Wal es
Note Change of date for August gath-
ering: August 23rd. Breakfast at 8:30,
meeting at 9:00. Highway cleanup to
follow-free ice cream for the crew
Change of monthly gathering
date for TXA-1 for August only: Bobby Lee & Marion Lawrence
about 600 miles with plenty of rest
Tuesday, August 12th at Griggs Chapter Directors and 2007-2008
stops. We’ll ride back Sunday Region F Couple of the Year
Restaurant, 9007 Montana, El
Paso. We’ve added some new events to the
calendar, so check it out. The Greek Inside this issue:
There was a good turnout for the Food Festival is Aug. 22, 23,24. Last Rider Ed Article 2-3
July gathering. We did not do high- year we got a group together to ride to
way cleanup due to the threatening Event Calendar 4
El Paso...any interest?
weather that day, so we’ll try again B=d/Anniv/News 5
in August. If you have any ride suggestions, please
let your ride coordinators know—Jay, Travel Diaries 6-7
Inside you’ll find our Wing Ding Deana and the kitties are on their way Pictures 8
Travel Diary—it was an adventure! home as we speak! Event Flyers 9-12
Gordon and Paz also entered their
travel diary—a good read. As always, Lou’s article is packed with Motorsports Musings Vaca-
important knowledge—read carefully.
We have a good group heading up We also added the motorcycle hand
to the Colorado/Region F Rally in signals published in the Gold Book as a • TX A
Cañon City. We’ll be leaving on refresher, especially for those without ing: 2 Chapter ga
Wednesday, August 13 at 7:00 am CBs. month d Thursda her-
—Dinn y each
from Lowe’s parking lot if you’re at 6 p er/vis
planning to join us. We’ll be riding pm. G , meeting a ing
***** na, El
Local o n da ry ry H Motorsports
S e cHonda Dealership S toLas Crucese a d l i n eSnail Mail by Frances Martin *****
Chance Leonard/Daryl Pearce 2125 S. Valley Drive Editor: Marion Lawrence • TXA *****
-1 & N
575-524-3626 Las Cruces, NM 88005 email@example.com M-T
Club, M.O.’s Breakfa
on Va on da st
lley & ys at Dicks
old Dic Main
paired k’s is being hile
after t re-
an d F
ridays he fire),
more TBA. F
Bobby fo contact r
frog@ Lee at
comca : ssky-
PAGE 2 GWRRA CHAPTER T LAS CRUCES, NM
THE 25 BEST ALL TIME SAFETY TIPS: need to develop 360 degree awareness
Stolen from Lawrence Grodsky 4. When stopped, make sure you have an escape
route. Leave at least a car length between you and the
vehicle in front of you. Keep the clutch in and the bike
in gear, check your mirrors constantly and listen for
Dr. Lou and Deb Sarabia squealing tires. Be sure you know where to go
NM Chapter T Rider Educators quickly if you need to.
NM Chapter T Couple of the Year 5. Take two and avoid the doctor. If riding, espe-
cially long rides, leaves you with a sore back, neck, or
Larry Grodsky was one of the finest Rider Edu- whatever, try taking Ibuprofen BEFORE you ride.
cators in the country, recognized as such by most Ibuprofen is not a pain killer, but an anti-
motorcycle organizations; thousands of riders inflammatory. It can be the difference between arriv-
and his students knew him as the best. Unfortu- ing refreshed or in pain. Consult your doctor before
nately, he was killed about three years ago when taking any medication, including over the counter
his motorcycle hit a deer one night while riding meds.
in Texas. His death should serve to
remind all of us that motorcycling 6. Avoid fatty foods, especially on hot days.
can be dangerous, regardless of our Fat molecules attach themselves to red blood
level of skill or years of experience. cells where they cut off your oxygen and can
What follows is a paraphrase of an turn you into a zombie.
article Larry wrote for Rider maga- 7. Take a dirt bike course. Worried about
zine, May 2000. I’ve gone back to it well you handle a bike, or what a bike is capa-
several times and think it’s worth ble of? Take a dirt bike course and learn how
sharing with you. to handle a motorcycle in all sorts of adverse
conditions. Riding your Wing on pavement
1. The best way to get killed while riding a
will be a snap.
motorcycle is to have three or four or five of
your favorite brews and then go riding at night. 8. Observe features above the road surface.
While most news accounts start with the word Fences, trees, rooflines, telephone wires, and so on
“motorcyclist” what they should say is “drunk’, will often indicate a change in the direction of the road
since over 50 percent of all fatal motorcycle well before you can actually see the change in the
crash victims are. pavement.
2. Watch your throttle. Every increase in 9. Watch out for “vanishing points.” Coming out
speed requires an increase in stopping distance. of bends or even on straight-aways, the horizon should
Going through an intersection at a constant 30 remain constant or appear to recede. If it looks as if
it’s coming toward you, your ability to change direc-
mph, you may need 50 feet to react and stop
tion or respond to a hazard is declining quickly.
quickly. Accelerating through that same intersec-
10. Practice quick stops. Once weight settles onto
tion, you may need 100 feet; even if you are go-
the front wheel, the danger of locking it is diminished.
ing 30 mph when it becomes evident you need to Squeeze the brake lever, releasing it slightly to that it
stop quickly. While acceleration is one of our doesn’t lock up at the end as weight returns to the rear
primary evasion tactics, research shows that the wheel. Always use very light pressure on the rear
vast majority of hazards are in front of us. So brake. Remember, the front brake does most of the
watch that throttle and make sure you have stopping while the rear brake controls the bike.
enough room to stop. 11. Practice U-turns. Not being able to turn your
ride around sucks. Key points are to really turn your
3. Check your mirrors before changing hear. Don’t look where you are going—look where
lanes or slowing down. All sorts of things you want to go! Drag the rear brake slightly and
are going on in vehicles today, most of which feather the clutch. And, practice, practice, practice.
have nothing to do with driving—cell
phones, kids, changing a CD, applying make-
up, petting the dog in your lap. Motorcyclists
PAGE 3 GWRRA CHAPTER T LAS CRUCES, NM
12. Watch for “shadow vehicles.” These are ve- 21. Perform a head check for each lane change.
hicles that tend to disappear behind on-coming ve- Before you pull out to pass, even though you
hicles, on two lane roads. You may spot one in a checked your mirrors, take a glance over your
distant curve, but in bunched up traffic, they may shoulder. It’s amazing how fast some vehicles can
not be visible. Check for shadows, to the side of come up behind you, or they may be in a “blind
vehicles around you, and if one suddenly pulls out spot” your mirror won’t reveal.
to pass, move to the right for better visibility.
22. Beware of SUVs. If you’re behind one an
13. Practice timing things. We all know we SUV will cut off your road view. It will also make
should maintain a two second margin behind other you invisible to others coming in your direction.
vehicles. Best way to do this is find a landmark The two-second following rule may not be enough
and practice counting, one thousand one, one thou- if you’re behind one of these. You may need four
sand two, until we pass the landmark.. or more seconds. Also keep in mind that a lot of
14. Practice counter steering aggressively. SUVs have kids, cell phones, pets and television
Counter steering is NOT pushing down on the han- going on inside, so the driver may not be fully
dlebar. You must rotate the steering axle by push- aware of what he/she is doing.
ing FORWARD or pulling BACK on the bar. You 23. Make your rear-end visible. Yellow is the
can practice in a parking lot or you can find an color that stands out best, but from the rear, even a
empty stretch of highway and after checking your brightly colored machine can blend into the pave-
mirrors, rapidly weave across two lanes. ment, especially if it has black saddlebags or if the
15. Position the bike for potential hazards. To rider is wearing a dark suit and helmet. If you
paraphrase the Golden Rule, place your bike when aren’t going to repaint your ride, a bright helmet
others cannot do unto you. While riding in traffic, and jacket will help and reflective material at night
if you adjust your speed and position accordingly, will make you safer. Plus, if other people are fol-
there is almost no scenario where a collision cannot lowing you, it makes it much easier to keep you in
be avoided. sight.
16. Keep groups small. Our group riding semi- 24. Learn rear brake control. In an emergency
nars call for groups no larger than five. Large, long stop, the rear brake is almost useless. But it is great
formations, especially if they are tight, will hamper for controlling jerkiness and chassis pitch, espe-
your ability to change speed and direction and can cially when applied at the end of a stop, just as
be unsettling or irritating to other motorists. weight begins to transfer back to the rear end. Be-
low 5 mph, use it instead of the front brake, espe-
17. Wear a full-face helmet. If you should happen cially where traction might be iffy.
to bonk your head today, the chances are one in
four that you will hit face-first. 25. Have FUN. Prepare yourself mentally for a
ride. If you’re upset of the kids running up the cell
18. Scrub in new tires. When you get new tires, phone bill, you had an argument with your spouse,
ride for awhile to warm the tires then weave from or you’re upset over the latest political ads ap-
side to side, gently at first then more aggressively. proved by candidate X, try to get these things out
Again, a parking lot is great for riding in a circle, of your system before you ride. If you’re in a nega-
first one direction, then the other. tive mood, it is going to influence your riding as
19. Wear a riding suit. Jackets and pants with well as your judgment. Do you think those drivers
dense closed cell foam in the elbows, knees, and to are constantly swearing at other drivers, speed-
shoulders can prevent a majority of foreseeable ing up, slowing down, cutting people off, are
injuries in a spill. Be sure the clothing doesn’t flop happy? On the other hand, if you find yourself
around, however. If it’s loose it probably won’t giggling as you take off—hey, life is good! Riding
help much as it slides around. can be a great stress reliever, but you’ve got to be
willing to let it go, especially before you start..
20. Oxygenate. While caffeine is a stimulant
many of us can’t do without, when you start getting So, these, in my words, are Larry Grodsky’s
those afternoon yawns, it’s time to take a break. all time best tips. I hope you’ll read them as I
Get off the bike. Walk, jog, jump rope, do calis- have, then re-read them from time to time.
thenics’. Do whatever it takes to recoup the alert-
ness you need to keep piling up the miles. Remem-
ber, there is no substitute for rest. Ride safely and remember ATGATT.
Page 4 GWRRA CHAPTER T LAS CRUCES, NM
Page 5 GWRRA CHAPTER T LAS CRUCES, NM
Where is the year going? It seems the This change has given us the opportunity
higher my age number gets the faster the to critically examine our management
time goes by (kind of like a life speedome- structure and to implement changes. The
ter)! ownership will now be more involved in
the day-to-day operations of the business.
They have a real desire for people to have
Some months ago a decision had been
a good experience when dealing with Las
made to add a motorcycle to my
Cruces Motorsports and, to that end, I ex-
(admittedly small) stable. Incredibly, my
pect there will be some more changes/ ad-
age has now reached the point where
ditions to our staff. Please feel free to give
any bike I get may be my last! Hopefully,
me your feedback as we move forward
this won’t be the case but…
with our plans.
Recently, a used bike (that wasn’t sporting
enough for me when it was new) was ac- DON’T FORGET “BIKE NIGHT” THE
cepted as a trade-in for a new Gold Wing. SECOND THURSDAY OF EVERY
Now, this bike seemed to have everything MONTH AT THE ELK’S LODGE—ELK
I wanted in a motorcycle - so, I bought it! ROAD IN LAS CRUCES.
Generally, motorcycling is more work but,
also more fun than driving a car or truck.
The joy of riding a new or “new to me”
bike just adds to the fun. Getting a feel
for and adjusting to a different bike makes u on the
the same old roads new again and en- See yo
hances the pleasures of riding. At least Daryl
for me. Enough about me and my new
As you may know, there have been a
number of changes at Las Cruces Mo-
torsports lately. Not all of them are appar-
ent to the casual observer. The forever
remodeling of the building is actually pro-
gressing and may be completed by the
time you read this (I’m not holding my
breath). More important, is a change in
our upper management.
Page 6 GWRRA CHAPTER T LAS CRUCES, NM
Note: PLEASE SUPPORT YOUR
FROM THE DESK OF
YOUR CHAPTER ACTIVITY
Remember, We all need to
spread the word! Membership OFFICERS
in GWRRA NMT, it's FUN Jay & Deana Elliott
& REWARDING times for all
Don’t forget “Bike Night: Second Thursday of every month at: the Elks Lodge, Elks Drive Las Cruces
There are many events scheduled throughout the year. We’ll keep updating every month.
2008 Event Calendar
Date Event Meeting Place Departure Time/RC
Thu-Sun Aug 14-16 Colorado Rally & Region F Rally Lowe’s Parking Lot 7:00 am
Sat Aug 23 Chapter T gathering Furr’s Cafeteria Bkfst 8:30 Mtg 9 am
Fri-Sun Aug 22-24 Greek Food Festival Possible ride—who’s interested?
Sat-Mon Aug 30-Sep 1 NM Wine Festival Fairgrounds—Las Cruces Open
Thu-Sun Sep 10-14 Golden Aspen Rally, Ruidoso No organized ride planned
Sat Sep 20 Chapter T gathering Furr’s Cafeteria Bkfst 8:30 Mtg 9 am
Fri—Sun Sep 26-28 NM District Rally, Farmington TBA
Sun Oct 12 Ride for Kids, Phoenix TBA
Oct 24-26 AZ District Rally, Lake Havasu TBA
Sat Dec 13 TX A-1 Holiday Party Held at Lancer’s Club, El Paso
If you have ideas for new rides or activities, let us know. Any suggestions, complaints, etc. please
e-mail JAYDEANA@COMCAST.NET, call 575-522-2103 or turn in at a meeting.
Page 7 GWRRA CHAPTER T LAS CRUCES, NM
August-September Birthdays/ National News
Anniversaries We heard about some future rallies that sound
August Birthdays: interesting—we’re planning to attend. Check
the GWRRA web site for details.
4 Barry Snyder
Mar 12-14,2009 Florida District Rally, Kissim-
21 Mary Iadiciccio
mee, FL “Under the Sea”
22 Frances Martin
On the way home from Florida, you can stop
31 Jay Elliott at the Region O Rally, March 19-21, 2009 in
Sept. Birthdays: Marshall, TX
1 Gail Reynolds May 14-16, 2009 Texas District Rally, Amarillo
4 Kim Galloway Ken & Barbie Peterson, TX DDs, are very anx-
19 Deana Elliott
ious to have NM & AZ participate.
27 Steve Korschgen Regional News
Marion Lawrence The 2008 Region Rally has been combined
with the “Wingin’ in the Rockies” Colorado
rally. It will be August 14-16 in Cañon City,
August Anniversaries: Colorado. Details available at
9 Dave/Frances Martin www.coloradogwrra.com Host hotel info:
Quality Inn (Cañon Inn) 719-275-8676.
11 Steve/Helen Korschgen
The New Mexico District Rally will be Septem-
ber 26-28 in Farmington. Host hotel is Best
Western Inn and Suites, 700 Scott Ave, Farm-
If you don’t see your birthday, co-rider
ington, NM 505-327-5221, room rates start at
birthday and/or anniversary here (don’t
$69.95. See attached flyer.
need to know the year), please submit to
firstname.lastname@example.org so we can recognize TXA-1 CHANGES ITS MEETING PLACE
it in our newsletter and the monthly gath- From Dave Baker: For the remainder of
this year, TXA-1 meetings will be at Griggs
Restaurant, 9007 Montana, El Paso.
************************************ Chapter News
We need volunteers for Chapter T officers:
If you have any motorcycles or related
Asst. Chapt. Director , etc. Please help.
equipment for sale and want to advertise
in the newsletter send to editor at cho- Barry Snyder has consented to be Chapter
email@example.com. I will run your items
for 3 issues, so if you’ve sold them, please ***************************************
let me know. Thanks. m
None submitted for this issue
***************************************** Chapter T Couple
of the Year— Lou &
For insurance quotes (motorcycle & other) contact Deb Sarabia
Mary Iadicicco , Exclusive Agent
3850 Foothills Road, Suite 6, Building 2
Las Cruces, NM 88011
Tel # 575-522-4350
Toll Free # 1-888-522-4350
Page 8 GWRRA CHAPTER T LAS CRUCES, NM
WING DING 30 AND THE LAND SPEED so it took us a little longer - and a few trips up and down
RECORD the road - before we discovered my mistake. The next day
Gordon & Paz Robinson while I was talking to Bobby and he was telling me about
all the troubles they were having I noticed I had lost one
Like any couple we were so excited to get ready to go on of my trailer’s fenders, it had just ripped off. Sunday we
our second Wing Ding experience. But this one is close to finally visited my son and his family and they took us to
our hearts, our son and his family live in Greenville so we the North Carolina Mountains and showed us some of the
would be able to see them and spend some time with them sights like Lake Lure and Chimney Rock Park where the
while we were there. The night before we did check eve- Last of the Mohicans was filmed.
rything on the bike; made sure tires had the correct pres- We then went to the International Couple of the Year
sure, in other words we did a T Clock inspection. We Contest in which our own Bobby and Marion are in
hooked the trailer to the bike and loaded it so all we had pageantry. We are very proud of their accomplish-
to do is hop on and head out the next morning. We woke ment and their dedication to the Chapter and for
up about 3 o clock Friday morning, June 27, and got GWRRA. We wish to thank them for the job well
ready. The plan was to get an early start. But when I
started the bike I noticed that our brand new GPS wasn’t
done. Congratulations to both of you’
on. Oh no, can’t make a trip like this without the GPS. So We left Greenville on July 4 and were off on the road
I started trouble shooting. Checked the fuse, it was OK again heading home. Only this time we decided to
but the GPS wasn’t coming on. Then I found that the con- take three days to return home. Just outside Jackson
nection in the right fairing pocked had come loose and Mississippi the rain had started again. At this time,
once I connected it the GPS came on. Once we were sure like the first time, we did not have our rain suits on
everything was ok we saddled up and headed off down
and guess what, we were soaked and wet again. It
the road. Half way out of Las Cruces I remembered my
work cell phone; by golly I had forgotten it. So we made a
was coming down so hard it was getting hard to see.
U-turn back to the house, went inside got the phone and Paz said to pull over under one of the under passes,
started but they were all full with other bikers trying to get
the bike. At this time the lights wouldn’t come on, so I out of the rain. We finally were able to pull off at a
was thinking what in the world is happening - why now! I rest stop along with other motorists. We waited for
finally figured out why the lights wouldn’t come on, it the rain to pass and, like before, once we put our rain
was the switch sticking; a little bump from my thumb and gear on it stopped. We rode on into Jackson and
we had lights. So by now it’s about 4:30 am before we are found a hotel hoping tomorrow would not rain on us.
able to go on down the road. We drove 14 hrs to Marshall, Our plan for the next day was to ride to Abilene,
Texas in one day with no trouble. The next day we were Texas and stay the night. Once we got closer to Abi-
off again straight to Greenville. Paz is commenting how
lene Paz said why don’t we go straight home? Oh no!
Louisiana is so green that it reminded her of the Philip-
pines, and she also enjoyed looking into the mighty Mis-
My GPS said we wouldn’t be in Las Cruces till 1:10
sissippi river, she said it looked so rough and scary. Once in the morning. So, guess what, I kept on driving
we got to Atlanta we encountered a problem, the road was even though my buns were screaming help. When we
under construction and the traffic was backed up so we stopped to get gas I noticed that the trim strip on my
waited for 15 minutes. Then, outside Atlanta, we encoun- right faring was missing. Paz wanted to look for it
tered our first rain storm. So we pulled off the first chance but I knew it was long gone so we just headed out.
to put our rain gear on. Want to know the best way to We did get home and just like what the GPS said it
make it stop raining? Put your rain gear on after you’re was about 1:10 am. We had driven straight thru for
already wet, because by the time we were on the road 20 hrs. What an experience it was.
again the darn rain stopped. At last we got into
Greenville with no more problems. We started looking for Would we do it again? Our butts say NO. not like
our hotel. Now I had entered everything into our brand that.
new GPS so I just knew it would take us straight there.
Well, I found out something; you have to enter the ad-
dress correctly. It seems I had mixed the numbers up
Page 9 GWRRA CHAPTER T LAS CRUCES, NM
. OUR WING DING 30
ADVENTURE couple of times when it got really bad. No sense putting
BOBBY LEE & MARION LAWRENCE
on rain gear when you’re already soaked. We got into
Douglasville, GA on Sunday night, leaving a much
Searing heat! Drenching rain! Flat tire on the shorter ride into Greenville on Monday. Most of our time
trailer! And that was just on the way to Wing was scheduled with the COY selection process and the
Ding! So much for an uneventful ride... work assignments we were asked to do as part of our
We left Las Cruces on Friday, June 27th, plan- COY program.
ning to arrive in Greenville on Monday, June
30th and rest up for the COY events. Friday, As Region COYs we were given special treatment. We
crossing Texas the temp was over 100º all day. got to ride in the front of the July 4th parade through town
We tried out our new cool vests and they defi- and had several fun dinners. The other nine Region
nitely helped; although we did not wring out COYs were friendly and fun to be with. We shared travel
enough of the water and it dripped onto our stories, our favorite activities and general conversation.
jeans, making it look like we had an We sincerely felt that any one of the couples would make
“accident.” This annoyed Bobby to no end a great International COY. Some of the couples had large
and he wouldn’t wear the vest again. It was
support groups in the audience during the “selection proc-
also our first long trip with our new full-face
ess,” (we are encouraged not to use the word
helmets. It took some getting used to as they
are heavier and warmer than our old three- “competition”). We were happy to see Gordon and Paz
quarter ones. and John and Gail Reynolds there as we stood on the
stage before a very full hall as we made our presentation.
Saturday was actually fairly pleasant, tempera-
We had secretly picked the couple we thought would win,
ture wise. We arrived early evening in Mon-
roe, LA and were ready to settle in for the eve- and we were right. Ken and Rita Moffitt are from Michi-
ning when Bobby noticed that one of the tires gan, very active in GWRRA and a very attractive couple
on our trailer was flat. No, we do not carry a as well. We wish them a wonderful year.
spare, jack, or lug wrench. We asked one gen-
tleman we saw if he had a wrench or jack and We managed to “shop” in the vendor area to such an ex-
he had a jack that he willingly loaned us – he tent that Bobby decided we did not have enough room in
probably couldn’t stand the pathetic look on the trailer to bring home the spare tire and accessories, so
our faces. We found another hotel guest who we made a quick run to you-know-where and returned
was driving a bus full of church people to a them before we packed up.
conference. He didn’t have a lug wrench but We headed north out of Greenville for Deal’s Gap and the
whipped out the most extensive socket wrench “Tail of the Dragon.” It was a great ride – if you look at
set we’ve ever seen. Someone else suggested the back of our trike you will see our well-earned dragon.
we could get the tire fixed at a nearby Wal-
The trip home was uneventful (compared to the ride out)
mart, since it had only lost air and was not
except that Marion had picked up a “bug” somewhere and
damaged. By this time it was after 8 pm on
was feeling kind of punk. By the time we got back to
Saturday night. Bobby took the tire to Wal-
Cruces, Bobby had the bug, too. The end result was that
Mart but the tire dept. was closed until 8 am
we stayed in the house for a week trying to recover. One
Sunday. He went back then and with much
day there was a knock at the door and there was Barry
difficulty (he’ll be happy to give you details)
Snyder (a wonderful human being) with a pot of home-
they got the tire filled. Working on the theory
made chicken noodle soup that would have made
that if you don’t want trouble with your tires,
Grandma proud! It definitely helped our recovery. We
carry a spare, jack, and wrench, he bought all are no longer “toxic” and remember our experience
of these at you-know-where. fondly.
Sunday brought with it horrendous rain. It was Thanks for letting us share it with you...
difficult to see at times, but we only stopped a
Page 10 GWRRA CHAPTER T LAS CRUCES, NM
New Mexico District Rally
26 – 28 September 2008
This year’s New Mexico District Rally host hotel is the Best Western Inn & Suites, located at 700 Scott
Ave., Farmington, New Mexico. For reservations call (505) 327-5221. Ask for the GWRRA rate (based
on # of folks staying in the room). Majority of rally events will take place on host hotel site.
Contact Gordon/Paz Robinson (575)524-0183 for general information.
Pre Registration Form
Description Cost Qty Total
Registration Fees* Rider: ____________________ GWRRA #: ________ Age: _____
GWRRA Members $20.00 ______ $_______
Non Member $25.00 ______ $_______ Address: _________________________________ Chapter: _______
15 years old & under** Free
City: _____________________________ State: ___ Zip: _______
Available PRE-REGISTRATION ONLY
Pre Registration Deadline is August 30, 2008
Co-Rider:__________________ GWRRA #: ________ Age: _____
Saturday Night Dinner Buffet
(Tax & Gratuity Included) $16.40 x ____= $ _____
Address: _________________________________ Chapter: _______
50/25/25 Ticket specials
Strips of 10………….$5.00 x____ = $_____
City: _____________________________ State: ___ Zip: _______
Strips of 100……….. $20.00 x____= $_____
RALLY T-SHIRTS WITH LOGO; ash color
(2XL & larger add $2.00)
Mileage to Rally on your bike: _________ Miles
Short Sleeve $10.00 x _____ = $_____
I agree to hold harmless the GWRRA, the sponsoring organization
Short sleeve Sizes: Sml___ Med___ Large___ XL___ and any property owners for any loss or injury to myself by reason of
my participation in this rally.
2XL___ 3XL____ Note: Awards will be based on pre-registration data only.
Long Sleeve $12.00 x______ = $ ____
Rider Signature: _____________________________________
Long sleeve Sizes: Sml___ Med___ Large___ XL___
Co-Rider Signature: __________________________________
Make Checks/Money Orders payable to: GWRRA, New Mexico
* Onsite and late registrations $5.00 more
District. Mail form with Check or Money Order to:
** Does not include Pre-Registration Tickets for Grand
Prize, Door Prizes or Rally Pin. (Arm Bands only)
GWRRA, New Mexico District
1984 Mulberry, Ave
DAY PASSES: Members $17.00 Non-Members $19.00
Las Cruces NM. 88001
Includes admission only. Does not include Rally pin,
tickets for Grand Prize or Door Prizes.
Page 11 GWRRA CHAPTER T LAS CRUCES, NM
Important Upcoming Dates
.Aug 14-16 Region Rally, Canon City, CO
Sep 10-14 Golden Aspen Rally, Ruidoso Bike night. 2nd Thursday of each month
Sep 20 Chapter T gathering at Furr’s at Elk’s Lodge we sponsor a gathering of
Sep 26-28 NM District Rally, Farmington
motorcyclists. Weather permitting, we’ll
play a game (the slow race is a favorite),
Oct 12 Ride for Kids, Phoenix, AZ
have a bike show (come as a group and
Oct. 24-26 AZ District Rally, Lake Havasu someone can win a “Best of Show”
Dec 13 Holiday Party, Lancer’s Club plaque), there’ll be giveaways, and food
specials. Besides being just a chance to
hang out with other riders. You have a
standing invitation. Daryl at LCMS
t t he
ck ou //
o ch e :
rget t -site : http ere’s
’t fo Web
Don RA Th
GW R .org pters
.gwrra-nm ther Cha
www info from e
f to se
GWRRA – New Mexico Chapter T stamp
3949 Tiger Woods Dr.
Las Cruces, NM 88011-3907