by Maggy Mini, RCB Prez
❤ February ❤ Happy Groundhog Day! Groundhog Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow, meaning an early spring is on the way. But he’s only 40% right most of the time so hopefully we’ll have some nice spring rides days. January ended with 3 beautiful days hope you got to enjoy them riding. A&S hosted the presentation of the BMW R1300GS with a great turnout. The new GS was very impressive with advanced technology and lotsa bells and whistles. But if you want to know first-hand just ask ride captain Ken, as he trampled everyone to be the first person to sit on the GS! February’s Saturday monthly ride will depend on if it rains. Check the RCB website forum. The Ladies luncheon ride/meetup is Saturday, February 17. Jeanie Thurston has planned a squiggly route turning the 5-mile route to Rocklin into 20 miles. Woohoo! March 8-10 is our first RCB event “Whale of a Tour” planned by Greg Peart. Check the RCB website forum for details to make room reservations which need to be made by February 15. Fred has posted on the RCB website Home page all his “Rules and Regulations” for this year’s Mileage Contest - “Beemer Bingo”. It seems the destination sites are a secret till April Fool’s day!! So be prepared to be surprised!! Future events to start planning for are the MOA Rally in Redmond, Oregon, June 13-15 and the RCB Manchester Fall Classic, October 4-6. The RCB Manchester committee had their first kickoff planning meeting. Vice Pres, Ray Nuguit is the Committee leader. The Committee consists of Bob Rasters, Heidi Weiland, Marv Lewis and myself. Feel free to dazzle the committee with any questions or ideals you have regarding this event. Safe riding!
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