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    Memorial fund training $$?

    Howdy,
    I saw a blip of an ON article earlier this year about a memorial fund which grants a couple hundred bucks to a couple people every year for motorbike education and training. I recall there being a fairly simple application and perhaps an essay to be submitted October or November. Does anyone remember the details or in which ON issue this was contained? It would be appreciated if anyone could point me toward this organization and/or others like it.
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    Travis

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    That would be the BMW MOA Foundation. There is a brand-new website for the Foundation and some of it is still being populated. Click on Contact Us and your question will be answered.
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    Randy - is this the Rider Performance University?

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    I've got to dig through my notes at home. It's more along the lines of a scholarship.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Visian View Post
    Randy - is this the Rider Performance University?

    Ian
    RPU is funded thru the MOA Foundation. RPU runs the classes (BRC2, ARC-ST) at the Nationals. Foundation sponsors/funds RPU, along with some other programs (like Camp Gears for young riders, etc.)
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