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Aug Newsletter 2014
Gold Wing Road Riders Association
Friends for Fun, Safety and Knowledge
2014 Chapter K Staff
Becky Sangster
Jonathan Bailey
Mike Sangster
Maryann Jordan
Chapter Director
Assistant Chapter Director
Chapter Educator
Chapter Treasurer
Open Position
Nancy Hrigora
Nancy Hrigora
Jonathan Bailey
Kent & Alice Lash
Cliff Sias
Maryann Jordan
Membership Chairperson
Chapter Newsletter Editor
Chapter WEB Master
Chapter Ride Coordinator
Chapter Store
50/50 Coordinator
Event Planning Coordinators
Open Position
Open Position
Open Position
Open Position
Open Position
Sunshine Coordinator
Chapter Couple of the Year
Chapter Individual of the Year
Chapter Historian
Chapter Motorist Awareness
(520) 229-8670 [email protected]
(520) 404-8345 [email protected]
(520) 306-7574 [email protected]
(520) 299-4440
[email protected]
(8100 923-4117 [email protected]
(810) 923-4117 [email protected]
(520) 404-8345 [email protected]
(520)-289-9840
[email protected]ive.com
(520) 297-9462
[email protected]
(520) 299-4440
[email protected]
Open Position
Open Position
Open Position
Open Position
Open Position
2014 Arizona District Staff
District Director
Chuck & Kris Liberty
2951 W. Alaska Dr
Tucson, AZ 85746
Ph: 520-883-7883
E-mail:
Assistant District Director-South
Larry & Gail Howard
520-459-0079
E-Mail: [email protected]
Assistant District Director-North
Jim Oliver
623-694-6356
E-mail:
[email protected]
[email protected]
District Treasurer
Dennie Long
District Membership
Cindy Kelly
[email protected]
m
[email protected]
District Educator
Rich Sturgeon
102 E. 8th Street
Benson, AZ 85361
Ph: 520-720-6207
Asst. District Educator
Robert Bray
Ph: 614-563-8722
E-mail: [email protected]
Ph: 623-899-3620
Leadership Training
Gail & Bob Johnson
27773 N 129th Lane
Peoria, AZ 85383
Ph: 623-414-300
E-mail: [email protected]
Asst. District Educator - South
OPEN
E-mail:
[email protected]
District Convention Coordinator
Dan & Donna Humphrey
AZ-A
520-204-5223
E-Mail:
AZ Rally Vendor Coordinator
OPEN
520-747-5276 520-240-0373
Email:
[email protected]
District MEDIC First Aid
OPEN
District Motorist Awareness
Cliff & Char Simpson
[email protected]
937-232-6483
District Newsletter Editor
Kris Liberty
520-883-7883
[email protected]
(underscore between names)
Chapter of the Year
COY & IOY Coordinator
Bill Leach
[email protected]
District Webmaster
Chuck Ainsworth (AZ-D)
Ph: 480-491-5010
E-mail: [email protected]
[email protected]
District Store
Sallie & John Baldwin (AZ-D)
Ph: 480-983-0823
E-mail:
[email protected]
Arizona Chapters
Chapter:
Meeting Day/Time:
Location:
Directors:
A
3rd Saturday
08:15 AM Breakfast 09:00
Meeting
Golden Corral
4380 East 22nd
[email protected],
Tucson
Dennis & Debbie Ammons
(520) 405-5455
[email protected]
C
4th Wednesday
5:30 PM
Pizza Hut
Lake Havasu City.
Alan Weaver
928-458-7842
[email protected]
D
2nd Saturday
07:30 AM
Old Country Buffet
6625 E Southern Ave.
Mesa, AZ
E
1st Saturday
08:00 AM Breakfast - 09:00
AM Meeting
Golden Corral
798 South Highway
92, Sierra Vista
G
2nd Saturday
08:00 AM
Cow Palace
Amado, AZ
K
4th Saturday
08:00 AM Breakfast - 09:00
AM Meeting
Golden Corral
6865N.Thornydale
Tucson, AZ
Teena and Ted Prentice
602-438-9660
[email protected]
Larry & Gail Howard
520-459-0079
[email protected]
Dee Baird
1-520-730-6849
[email protected]
Becky Sangster
(520) 229-8670
[email protected]
O
1 Saturday
8:00AM Breakfast
9:00AM Ride
Perkin’s Restaurant
2250 AZ 95
Bullhead City, AZ
Greg Brown
760-500-3084
[email protected]
R
3rd Saturday
08:00 AM
Old Country Buffet
17125 N 79th Ave,
Glendale, AZ
Jim Oliver
623-581-8472
[email protected]
S
1st Saturday
07:30 AM
The Egg I Am
10155 E Via Linda
Scottsdale , AZ
U
3rd Saturday
08:00 AM
The Landing Bar &
Grill
195 S. 4th Ave
Yuma, AZ
Chris & Sandy Ward
928-580-2996
[email protected]
4th Saturday
08:00 AM
Prescott Golf &
Country Club, Dewey,
AZ
Sandy Gaston
928-759-9719
[email protected]
st
P
X
4th Saturday 7:30
Meeting 8:15
John Read
480-406-5871
[email protected]
s
Golden Corral
Mike & Mary Anne Melby
Florence Blvd
408-963-8392
Casa Grande , AZ
[email protected]
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GWRRA – Arizona
Chapter “K”
Kachina Chapter
August/September
2014
www.gwrraaz.org/azk
Director’s Corner
By: Becky Sangster Chapter Director
Mike and I will not be at the August 23rd meeting as
we will be in New York State visiting family and
friends. Jon Bailey will in charge of this month’s
meeting.
October 15th is the last day to register for the
Arizona District Convention held October 31st –
November 2, 2014 at the Tucson EL Conquistador.
There will also be a Horizon Program offered on
October 30th. “This program provided fun
interactive sessions to learn and discuss ideas that
enable participants to succeed in a leadership role
within GWRRA.” RSVP to Bob & Gail Johnson at
[email protected] or call 623-414-3003. The
Chapter will pay for its members the $10.00 fee
which includes lunch and training materials.
October 25th San Diego Chapter (CA1F) is having
their “ HalloweenFun Run” event in Pauma Valley,
where the “Fun Run” will start and end. Some of
the CA1F members are willing to open their homes
and/or have campers on their property to overnight
quests. If you want to stay at a member’s home,
please give the Chapter 3 or 4 weeks notice and
they will try to accommodate you. There are a
couple of casinos and motels close by Pauma
Valley. There will be flyers for this event at the
meeting or use the website www.gwrra.ca1f.org
Please contact Rich or Michele Kelley at
[email protected] or call 619-749-6456, for
more information.
There is a Trike Course being held on October 5th in
Phoenix. Please see the attached flyer for more
information. Chapter A of Las Vegas, NV is having
their “Jackass Run & Shootout” October 17th& 18th.
See the attached flyer.
Well, it happened again, Mt Lemmon cannot be
trusted when there are clouds in the sky. Mike and I
with Jon & Liz Bailey, Stu & Beth Teichner, and
Jerry (Birthday) & Maryann Jordan had a sunny
beautiful picnic with cupcakes for desert (thanks,
Maryann). We split up coming home. Mike and I
went straight home while the rest went on up to
Summerhaven. We got rain and hail and enough
hail to leave the road partly covered. Fortunately, it
only lasted about 10 minutes. The rest of the party
got a lot of rain.
THERE WILL NOT BE A FORMAL MEETING
ON SEPTEMBER 27TH, AS MOST OF THE
MEMBERS WILL BE IN PINETOP.
RIDE OFTEN, RIDE SAFE AND HAVE FUN!!!!!
REMEMBER TO UTILIZE OUR SPONSORS.
Chapter Educator’s Corner
Do You Know the Law?
By Bob Berry
You come to a 4-way stop at the same time as
another bike arriving at the left cross street. Who
has the right of way?
You get caught going 62 in a 55 mph zone. You get
a ticket (not a warning), but there are no points and
nothing on your record. How did that happen?
You’re the tail gunner on a group ride. As the group
begins to merge onto I-10 you protect the lane by
crossing the space marked with white lines between
the ramp and the right lane of I-10. A Highway
Patrol officer flags you down and writes you a 3point ticket and sends you to traffic school. What
happened?
Good for you if you know the answers. If not, then
it might be time to review AZ traffic laws at
http://www.azleg.gov/ArizonaRevisedStatutes.asp?
Title=28. There is some pretty good stuff there,
especially if you are having trouble going to sleep.
But, kidding aside, we should know the basics to
stay safe. OK. The answers:
The answer to the 4-way stop situation is no-one
has the right-of-way. Yes, the rider at the left cross
street must yield to you as the rider on the right, but
if he/she fails to do so and you proceed into the
intersection at the same time resulting in a crash,
both riders can be cited costing you 6 points on your
license. There are no traffic laws that give
“unofficial” vehicles and even most “official
vehicles” the right-of-way at any time.
The second situation is one in which it pays to be
nice to the officer talking to you. He/she has the
option of not writing you a speeding ticket, but a
ticket for “Waste of Finite Resources.” This is only
applicable on 55 mph highways with your speed
under 65. So, be polite and ask for that one since it
will not go on your driving record.
The tail gunner in the third situation crossed a “gore
area” costing him 3 points. A Gore Area is the
space between a through roadway and an exit or
entrance ramp. And it’s not only for the interstate.
You can see gore areas next to right turn only lanes
and pretty much anywhere lanes divide to separate
traffic moving in different directions.
There is also the “5-car rule” that says vehicles
travelling at speeds “less than normal traffic” on
two-lane roads must pull to the right to let following
vehicles pass if there are five or more backed up
behind them. I can think of a few situations while
following an RV around Strawberry and Pine that I
muttered into the intercom “where is a Cop when
you need one.”
Title 28 covers headlight modulators, motorcycles
in HOV lanes, definition of an “intersection” (for
those of you who have been caught by the
intersection cameras), prima facie speed limits (did
you know the speed limit on rural roads in AZ is 65
unless otherwise posted), and a host of other laws
with which you can impress (or bore) your friends
with at the next ice cream run.
Be smart. Be safe. Have fun.
Chapter Safe Miles Program
Please remember to submit your miles each month at the
chapter meeting on the “sign in sheet” or email them to
Nancy Hrigora at [email protected] by the
end of each month.
Please put ‘SAFE MILES AZ-K ‘ in the subject
line. This makes it easier to identify your email.
CHAPTER AZ-K 2014 SAFE MILES GOAL
160,000 MILES per YEAR
Birthdays
and Anniversaries
3
8TH
23RD
31ST
AUGUST
BIRTHDAYS
BUZZ DEHOOGHE
JERRY JORDAN
RON NORRIS
FRANK BEAVEN
1
13TH
21ST
24TH
AUGUST ANNIVERSARIES
CLIFF & DIANA SIAS
JOHN & ELLEN MCVAY
RANDALL & GLORIA DAVIS
KENT & ALICE LASH
RD
ST
2
26TH
30TH
SEPTEMBER BIRTHDAYS
GLORIA DAVIS
ELLEN MCVAY
DIANA SIAS
11
11TH
22ND
SEPTEMBER ANNIVERSARIES
ANTHONY & LOUISE PROWELL
MIKE & BECKY SANGSTER
JERRY & SANDRA MCKINNEY
4
9TH
19TH
October
BIRTHDAYS
KENT LASH
JULIE WITHAM
LOUISE PROWELL
nd
TH
th
OCTOBER
8TH
ANNIVERSARIES
BOB & althea berry
VEGAS CHAPTER A
The Las Vegas Chapter A “Vegas Wings” is having
it’s annual “Jackass Convention” on October 17 -18
( Friday Evening and all Day Saturday). Our Host
site is the Longstreet Inn/Casino and RV Resort in
Amargosa, NV which is on the border of “Death
Valley”. Friday night events start at 7 PM
Some highlights:
Participant Dollars to win additional prizes
2 routes for Poker run
Door prizes
Auction
Used parts for sale
Seminars
Poker Shoot out-(You will be able to pick the last
card you need of your choice but you may not be
able to keep it!)
Go on line to look at “Longstreet" or to tour Web
site to download our Registration Form,
“Vegaswings.com”.
Hope to see you at our Las Vegas Chapter
Convention (Poker run). It will be Fun!
Thank you.
Randy Bolsinger
ACD
OVERNIGHTERS ANYONE ????
BY: Dennis Ammons
Chapter Director, AZ-A
Hello everyone. Many of you have expressed an
interest in "overnighters". Here's your chance. Why
not join me on these?
Colorado District Rally 8/21-8/23 Breckenridge,
CO (high of 70 & low of 41) Registration info at
www.coloradogwrra.com/rally (mail in only at this
late date) We will be leaving 8/20 early.
California District Rally 8/29-8/31 Agoura, CA
Registration info at www.gwrra-ca.org/convention
Departure date & time open
New Mexico District Rally 9/25-9/27 Carlsbad,
NM Registration info at www.gwrranm.org/convention Departure date & time open
There are other "day" events coming up in the next
couple of months. I'll have more info on them later.
If you're interested, call me.
Dennis Ammons
Chapter Director, AZ-A
(520) 405-5455
THOUGHTS from MIKE
Submitted by Mike Hrigora
Remember, you are as happy as you think you are.
Every day is a gift. Every ride is a joy. Every friend
is a celebration.
No matter what kind of bike you ride , it’s the same
wind.
Phillips Screwdriver – normally used to stab the
lids of old style oil cans and splash oil on your
shirt.
Classifieds – For Sale
Do you have a Motorcycle or riding related items
that you would like to sell?? Contact
[email protected] for further
information.
2001 GL1800 Gold Wing Trike
(Yellow)
73,375 miles. 6 cylinder, fuel injected, 5 speed
transmission with electric reverse and cruise
control. California Sidecar Cobra Trike kit with EZ
Steer installed March 2005. New rear tires and like
new front tire. Intercom, AM/FM, weather band,
and CB radios. Also wired for satellite radio.
Hands free cell phone operation through Garmin
nuvi 885T GPS (included).
Accessories: Custom seat, driver backrest, highway
pegs, passenger armrests, air wings w/uppers, hand
and leg air wings, wind bender windshield,
headlight guards, Kuryakyn trunk lights, K&N air
filter, super brace, back off brake light, centramatic
wheel balancer, truck rack and fender bras.
A gorgeous bike excellently maintained.
Price: $18,500
Location: Tucson, AZ
Phone: Lloyd @ 520 789 0111
Classifieds – For Sale(cont)
Do you have a Motorcycle or riding related items
that you would like to sell?? Contact
[email protected] for further
information.
2013 Goldwing (Blue) 3,500 miles
Options include GPS, ABS, trailer hitch, CB,
extended factory warranty and custom diamond
seat. asking $28,000 obo
Bike is located in Prescott, AZ
If interested please call or email
Joel Duvall
928.499.9887
[email protected]
2007 GL1800 (Silver) with Navigation and
Air Bag. 10,000 plus miles on it. Some goodies go
along with the sale of the bike.
Bluetooth
stereo iPad
4 helmets
Armored Riding Gear for 3 people
Asking $13,500
[email protected]
C# 312-504-5197
Contact John Balevic
H# 520-529-7461
2010 Honda Gold Wing 1800 with a
Roadsmith HT 1800 trike conversion. Some
features are heated seats and grips, custom luggage
rack that fits into the trike hitch, easier steering,
reverse, radio/CB audio system, cruise control,
passenger seat with back rest, arm rests with cup
holders, passenger audio volume control. The red
color contrasts nicely with the chrome. Kept inside
and treated like an only child. Mileage is 42,500
miles. The 2010 Royal trailer which was
customized for the trike has two axles and
motorcycle tie downs. Price for the trike is
$26,900. Price for the trike with the trailer is
$29,900. Come drive this bad boy home. For
further information, please call
Tony at (317) 537-7142 .
(I miss going on the rides with the group and
seeing you all at the meetings. - Sandi Burns)
Pictures of the trike and trailer are on CycleTrader:
http://www.cycletrader.com/listing/2010-HondaGOLD-WING-1800-112434419
Let’s
support our
great
sponsors
Chapter K Ride Schedule
(updated 8/16/14)
Chapter K-sponsored events are in bold
AUGUST
August 8th , Friday , MT Lemmon for picnic, bring your lunch. Leave from McDonalds at
Catalina Hwy and Tanque Verde at 10 am. Jerry Jordan’s birthday . Bring crazy hats.
August 23rd Saturday , CHAPTER MEETING 8am. Enjoy breakfast with your friends and
find out what is going on with the chapter.
SEPTEMBER
September 6th: Saturday, Mt. Graham: Leave at 8:00am from the Chevron Gas Station at I-10
& Wilmot – picnic lunch. Bring your own food and Beverages. (Costs $10.00 to picnic on the
mountain)
Mt Lemmon Oktoberfest is the last two week-ends in September (20st-21st, 27th& 28th) and the
first two week-ends in October (4th -5th, 11th -12th) cost is $5.00 for parking, free admission.
576-1400 or 576-1321
Sept Meeting & Ride
Sept 26-28 Over-nighter ( two nights) to Pinetop, AZ for the “Run of the Pines Car Show
We have reserved rooms under the name of Jon Bailey* for Friday September 26 th and Saturday
September 27th at the Timber Lodge in Pinetop (928-367-4463/1078 E. White Mountain Blvd). The cost
of the rooms are $79.99 before taxes. If you are not interested in a car show, there are great roads to
ride. Please join us. Call and reserve your room under your name BUT Make sure you reference Jon
Bailey to get the group rate. Contact Jon Bailey if you are planning on going
[email protected]
(520) 229-8670
OCTOBER
October 4th Saturday, Chiricachua National Mon.: Leave at 8:00am from the Chevron Gas
Station at I-10 & Wilmot.
*****
Please RSVP to the Sponsor if planning to make the ride ****
Free Seminars
Win a Prize – Attend all of the training and be
eligible for a special Prize!
July 19 after Chapter R Gathering – Riding in the Heat (sponsored by Chapter R)
July 20 at the Holiday House in Mesa 2:00 Pm- Motorist Awareness (sponsored by Chapter D)
August 3 at the Holiday House in Mesa 2;00Pm- CPR/First Aid renewal (sponsored by Chapt D)
August 16 after Chapter R Gathering- Accident Scene Response (sponsored by Chapter R)
September 20 after Chapter R Gathering- Riding with a New or Inexperienced Rider
October 17th & 18th, 2014
Targets, Road Captain, Co-Rider,
Chapter A of Las Vegas, NV
Motor Awareness Seminars & Gently Used market.
“Vegas Wings”
Events: 2 Death Valley Poker Rides,Games,
Longstreet Inn*Casino & RV Resort, 4400 Nevada 373, Amargosa Valley, Nevada 89020
775-372-1777www.longstreetcasino.com
Registrations Codes & Room Rates: GWRRA, Vegas Wings #85624 $49.00, #85626 $59.00, #85625 $69.00
RV Resort: #87035 $18.00 (full hook ups) Rooms & RV Spaces Held until September 21, 2014
Rider:___________________________________________GWRRA#: ______________________ Master#:______________
Co-Rider: ________________________________________GWRRA#: ______________________
Master#:______________
Address: _______________________________________________ City: _______________ ___
State: _______ Zip: _______
Phone:________________________________Email:_______________________________________________
Chapter: __________________ (Indicate State + Chapter: e.g. Nv-A)
Pre- Registration ($15.00 Per member; $20 for Non-members
(Post marked by September 21, 2014)
# ____X
$_________.00
(On site Registration is $5.00 more)
Dinner Saturday Night ($20.00 Per person, Pre-Registration only) # ____X $20.00
=$_________.00
(Dinner selection deadline: October 9, 2014)______Steak; ________Broiled Halibut; ___________BBQ Chicken
Full CPR/First Aid ($20 person, First 12 Sign ups)
# ____X $20.00
=
$_________.00
Pre-Registration 2 Drawings: One Winner will get their Registration & 2nd Winner will get their Dinner paid for
(Drawing at Opening Ceremony Friday Night)
50/25/25
$5.00 = 7 Tickets; $10.00 = 20 Tickets; $20.00 = 40 Tickets
$_________.00
Door Prizes: $5.00 = 7 Tickets; $10.00 = 20 Tickets; $20.00 = 40 Tickets
$_________.00
Grand Prizes Bidding: $5.00 = 7 Tickets-Sold at the Event Only
Total Enclosed:
$_________.00
I/We agree to hold harmless the GWRRA, the sponsoring organization and property owners for any loss or
injury to myself or my property by reason of participation in this event.
Rider: ______________________________________ Co-Rider: ____________________________________
Make Checks Payable to: Chapter A-Vegas Wings
Mail Registration and payment to: Carl & Lynn Jaumotte, 2709 Tumble Brook Dr., Las Vegas,Nv 89134
Questions Call: Randy Bolsinger, ACD, 702-487-8057,[email protected]
NEW MEXICO DISTRICT RALLY
Wingin’on the Pecos Sept 25-27
Pecos River Conference Center
711 Muscatel Avenue Carlsbad NM
Thursday 9/25
10:00 pm - 6:00 pm
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Vendor Area
Room #3
Room #4
4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
On Site Restaurant
5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Room #3
Room #4
Vendor Set Up
Co-Rider Seminar
Motorist Awareness
Seminar
Baked Ziti w/sausage
or meatballs - free
TRC Classroom
ARC Classroom
Friday 9/26
*7:00 am – 11:00 am
8:00 am
8:00 am
8:00 am
8:00 am
– 3:00 pm
- 4:00 pm
- 5:00 pm
- 6:00 pm
Range
Off Site
Vendor Area
Lobby
Vendor Area
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Room #3
10:00 am - 11:00 am
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Room #2
Carousel House
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Carousel House
*1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Range
1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Front Parking Lot
2:00 pm
2:00 pm
3:30 pm
5:00 pm
Vendor Area
Room #3
Front Parking Lot
On Site Restaurant
- 4:00 pm
- 3:00 pm
- 5:00 pm
– 6:00 pm
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Carousel House
Front Parking Lot
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Front Parking Lot
Range portion of the
TRC
Self-Guided Poker Run
Jenga Game
Registration
Vendors Open for
Business
Motor Awareness
Seminar
COY Interviews
Lunch (pre-registration
only) $10 per person
OpeningCeremonie
/Pre-registration Cash
Prizes
Range portion of the
ARC (May run later
than 5:00)
Bike/Light Show
classification and
Safety Inspection
Prize Booth/Swap Meet
Team Riding Seminar
Bike Show & Judging
Chicken or Beef
Enchiladas
Thrifty Styles
Ice Cream Social/Daily
Cash Prizes
Bike Light Show &
Judging
Saturday 9/27
NM DISTRICT RALLY (cont)
8:00 am – 9:00 am
Room #3
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
Vendor Area
8:00 am - 11:00 am
Lobby
Region, District,
Chapter Educator
Discussions
Vendors Open for
Business
Registration
8:00 – 12:00 am &
1:00 – 3:00 pm
8:00 am – 3:00 pm
8:00 pm - 4:00 pm
9:00 am – 10:00 am
Room #5
First Aid/CPR Course
Off Site
Vendor Area
Room #3
9:00 am – 11:00 am
10:00 – 11:00 am
11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Room #4
Room #3
Room #3
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm
On Site Restaurant
Vendor Area
Room #3
2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Dock
Vendor Area
3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
3:00 pm – 4:30 pm
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Vendor Area
Room #3
Carousel House
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Carousel House
Self-Guided Poker Run
Jenga Game
High Side Scenarios
Seminars
Scrap Booking class
Co-rider Seminar
Motorcycle Crash
Scene Response
Seminar
Hamburgers & Hotdogs
Prize Booth/Swap Meet
Motorcycling for the
Mature Rider
Pecos River Boat Ride
Prize Booth/Swap Meet
Pick up
Poker Run Turn-in
Cell Phone Class
Dinner (pre-registration
only) $20 per person
Closing
Ceremonies/Awards/Pri
zes
Arizona GWRRA Rider Course Registration Form 2014
The Phoenix area is proud to announce a GWRRA Trike course to be held on Sunday October 5th at GOAZ
located at 15500 N. Haydon Rd in Scottsdale. It will start promptly at 9:00Am and should finish at
approximately 5:00Pm .
All Arizona GWRRA Classes may be ridden 2-Up.
Riders/Co-Riders must wear full protective Gear.
Riders must have valid operator's license with motorcycle endorsement and proof of insurance for the
motorcycle. THESE DOCUMENTS WILL BE ASKED FOR AT THE BEGINNING OF THE CLASS. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE
THEM YOU WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CLASS.
Courses will take place rain or shine. NO refunds due to weather.
Cost for all courses is $20.00 per bike or trike. Make checks payable to “GWRRA of Arizona”
Please return form 2 weeks prior to your chosen class.
Cancellations will be accepted up to 7 days prior to course.
All classes are subject to cancellation. In the event of a cancellation by GWRRA of Arizona, fees will be
refunded.
Riders must complete the class to receive a completion card.
Rider_____________________________________________ GWRRA Membership #_____________________
Co-Rider__________________________________________ GWRRA Membership #_____________________
E-Mail__________________________________________________________________
Address____________________________________________ City ___________________________
State ____
Zip ____________
Chapter _____________________________ Phone ______________________________
MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO:
GWRRA of Arizona
Please do NOT send cash!
MAIL COMPLETED REGISTRATION FORM AND FEES TO:
Robert Bray PO Box 2529 Sun City, Az 85372
Questions? 614-563-8722, [email protected]
Received __________________________________ Check # _______________________

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