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    Young Riders

    Somehow I cannot find any information on the young riders program for the National Rally. My son who is a beginning rider is very interested in what might be scheduled.


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    Slowpoke & Proud of It! BRADFORDBENN's Avatar
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    You can check out the BMW MOA Foundation (www.bmwmoafoundation.org) for more info. There will be a Camp Gears at the rally this summer.
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    It's a great idea to get riders started young if their parents are ok with the whole concept . It does teach responsibility for themselves and others.
    The young riders programs are worth the effort for any organization, as young people are the future.

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    Thanks for the link.

    Maybe I am just web site challenged, but I still cannot find anything about Camp Gears on the Rally web site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moa84843
    Maybe I am just web site challenged, but I still cannot find anything about Camp Gears on the Rally web site.
    Sorry, I thought it would be there already. There should be some in a few daze.
    -=Brad

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    Thanks for your patience. Paul and I are working on information for Camp Gears Vermont as we speak.

    It should be up in the next couple of days. After that please email me if you have any other questions and/or suggestions. We want this to be the most fun ever!

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    Number two on the list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iRene
    Don't forget the regional fave passtime... COW TIPPING.

    As long as it doesn't involve "Gummikuhs", it's all in good fun. Might just have to be incorporated in the Field Events.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iRene
    Don't forget the regional fave passtime... COW TIPPING.
    Beware of the ones with only one udder!
    With the little ones - we start them out in the cow-pie throwing event.

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