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 ?
Whole new meaning to 'Prince Albert in a can'
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?
We're from Kentucky, We heard about your pies. Really ?
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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