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    More fun than I deserve! 34's Avatar
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    Transportation

    I can not seem to find information as to whether or not there will be shuttle bus service to and from the main campground and how often it will run if it does exist. Prefer not to be riding bike in town area and parking downtown.

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    I think the 3rd post in this thread answers your question.shuttle questions answered

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    Downtown parking and riding

    Jim Slater asks:
    Prefer not to be riding bike in town area and parking
    downtown.

    Hello Jim,

    Riding in downtown Charleston is not like riding in downtown Detroit.

    For one thing downtown Charleston is fairly small and predominently business and government buildings, not a residential area, so there is not much daytime traffic. Many streets are one way and three lanes wide. Parking is mostly off street in lots and parking garages so there is plenty of road room. You will have two choices for parking at the Civic Center. One is in the CC parking garages, BUT by law there is a $3/vehicle charge to park there. The second choice will be FREE parking in the Charleston Mall parking structure, directly across the street from the Civic Center. The Mall lot is 6 levels and they have given us exclusive use of the 6th level. They will provide their security staff to watch our bikes. You will not be able to get onto of off the 6th level without showing a Rally wrist band. You will exit the parking down to the Mall food court (you didn't think they were doing this entirely out of the goodness of their hearts, did you ) and then through the air conditioned Mall to the Civic Center half a block away.

    Hope that clears it up a bit.
    Ride fast safely

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    not fast enough

    Jim,
    sorry ,I'm not fast enough on the reply for these guys. They know lots of stuff and best of all they are quick on the responce. If you need to know something about the rally , this is the place to ask it.
    ride safe and often
    Mark:

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    Re: not fast enough

    Originally posted by zzkvsl
    Jim,
    sorry ,I'm not fast enough on the reply for these guys. They know lots of stuff and best of all they are quick on the responce. If you need to know something about the rally , this is the place to ask it.
    ride safe and often
    Mark:
    Don't forget that the forum has a pretty powerful search tool as one of the buttons on the upper right. Click the search button and enter the text you're looking for. You'll find all kinds of things that way.

    Dave Swider
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