30th MOA International Rally - Trenton, ON

Pictures and captions submitted by Steve Thoerner

Chris Long plugs a tire for a fellow riders bike at the rally.
Alan, John, Bill, & Travis look on as Chris performs miracle repairs.
The view onto the lake at the site
Brush with fame...John Wharton is interviewed for new bike show on Speedvision sponsored by Corbin
Alan, Bob, & Gail man the registration tent Saturday morning.
Bill at registration tent.
Who's this guy at all the BMW rallies on a Ducati????

Bill Berry's punch lines remembered:

How can you tell they are drunk ?
c-d-e-f-g-h-i-j-k-l-m-n-o-p- duuhh!!
Whole new meaning to 'Prince Albert in a can'
Taint ?
Barbie-bike
John-Hollywood-Wharton
Will you un-zip me?
Travis, tell us again about your bike.
Gee ma'am, I don't have enough money, can you give it to me anyway?
Thank-you.
We're from Kentucky, We heard about your pies. Really ?
Gravel alarm-clock.
Did he say 'Poontang'?
That bird just crapped on my bike.
Greg, pack it one more time and we're outa here.


From Ed Eismann:

I thought the Trenton rally was great.  The location/camping area was terrific and the weather was very good.  The town of Trenton was very hospital and Canadians throughout the areas we visited were very friendly.  Greg Cullers and I went onto Ottawa from the rally site.  Ottawa, as the capital of Canada is a city of grand scale and rich history in a beautiful setting.  From there Greg and I went north to North Bay and Sudbury finally returning on the east side of Lake Huron, crossing the border at Port Huron, a brief stop in Ann Arbor and then a quick ride down I-75.  All in all, it was a great ride, especially in the Finger Lakes area of NY that we went through on the way to Trenton.  We also had a pretty good club turnout at the rally and several of us shared a camp site generously hosted by Chris and Ann Long.


Next year the MOA National Rally will be held in Charleston, West Virginia, July 10th - 13th, 2003

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