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    ...............................2009 BMW MOA International Rally

    The 37th BMW MOA International Rally
    July 16 - 19, 2009
    Johnson City, Tennessee








    Gray Fossil Museum
    (very cool)
    just a few miles from the 2009 MOA National Rally

    dates from 7 to 4.5 million years BCE
    discovered by geologists in May 2000
    world's largest Tapir fossil find











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    ...............................2009 BMW MOA International Rally......................






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    Cool ..............................2009 BMW MOA International Rally......................

    Quote Originally Posted by Fiordmann View Post
    Also special camping sites for those who run the rally is another problem
    - they need to camp with everyone else.



    Being a Beer Garden Chair,

    I got special waterfront property

    after all,

    keeping an keen eye on your bartenders can be very strenuous work




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    wow did that before

    Great pics.That ride is one of my favorites did not make it this year but it looks like it was perfect.It looks like maybe some of the bmw might be a little out of there element I ride a 440 ktm exc and it is a bit big in some of the tight sections.

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    >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Putting the T's in Twisties

    Quote Originally Posted by sbartz1 View Post
    Great pics.That ride is one of my favorites did not make it this year but it looks like it was perfect.It looks like maybe some of the bmw might be a little out of there element I ride a 440 ktm exc and it is a bit big in some of the tight sections.

    Leaf River is tough on a bigger bike,
    but the dual sport adventure ride
    at the MOA National was just perfect for the bigger BWM.






    With names of roads like
    Max Patch Road to Harmon DenRoad,
    Otter Creek Road ending on Wayah Bald,
    Routes like The Three Mountain Ride -
    I knew I would have to take all the published Rally routes.









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    Thumbs up >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Putting the T's in Twisties







    supersonic RF-4C "Phantom" crashed into Holston Mountain on Friday October 1st, 1976


    This is the monument along Panhandle Road (at N36??26.793 W82??07.026) where two German Air Force officers were killed instantly

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    Thumbs up ..............................2009 BMW MOA International Rally - The Ride...........



    lot of history in dem dar hills



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    Talking >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>"Rocky Top Tennessee"







    I was in Del Rio, Tennessee having lunch and these two guys who were exploring with a two wheel drive pick-um up truck told me they tried Rocky top Mountain and could not make it and turned around.

    I know if I ever listened to the song "Rocky Top Tennessee" I would regret not trying the 4WD road.

    The trail was as good as the song!








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    if you mess-up, someone may build ya a roadside memorial




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    Excellent

    Great stuff!!!!!!!! I want a plated dirt bike under 300 pounds !!!!!!!!!
    "Plans are meaningless, planning is everything." Dwight Eisenhower

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    Cool ************************"Rocky Top Rd to Pig Trot Rd"



    Quote Originally Posted by franze View Post
    Great stuff!!!!!!!! I want a plated dirt bike under 300 pounds !!!!!!!!!

    KLX250s is nice in the rough terrain

    Airhead GS is perfect for a long freeway haul,
    then hitting some mild off-road challenges like
    "Rocky Top Rd to Pig Trot Rd"




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    Thumbs up North Carolina Highway 1001-"road of 1,001 twisties"










    North Carolina and Tennessee dual sport & paved road are "good as it gets".

    Up and down dirt roads, with a lot of twisties.
    likewise the paved roads were just as much fun
    with switchbacks and sweepers
    HWY1001 (paved NC 1001) is described as the "road of 1,001 twisties".

    After riding these roads for five days
    it was a joy to have six hours of Interstate Highway riding
    to get to the AMA Vintage Days in Ohio.

    Pictured below: Appalachian Holiday Inn





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    Arrow +++++++++++++++++++AMA Vintage Days in Ohio



    Her T-shirt says it all

    Sidecars are always my favorite













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    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~AMA Vintage Days




    Check out the engineering on the swing arm extension



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    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~AMA Vintage Days


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    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~AMA Vintage Days



    The original motorized bar stool racer

    Small block Chevy V-8 or
    Big block Chevy V-8
    Forward Speed at 5,000 RPM 25 mph
    Reverse 5 mph
    Hydrostat speed for forward and reverse

    Small block Complete
    Turn key
    Any standard color
    $13,500.00 MSRP


    Revs like an outlaw sprint car!



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