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Well here ya go folks all the info you will need for the 4th Annual West Coast Thumpertalk Ride 2005

Please read through all the information, if you have any questions feel free to email us at Team WCTTr

DO NOT CALL MORNINGSTAR ABOUT CAMPING IN GROUPS A & B:

FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE WEBSITE

Here is the link

--> WCTT Website <--

Sign up early get it done now, this is a first come first serve and the camping spots will go fast

IMPORTANT Morningstar is a strict camp site, they do not tolerate much, we have over the past 3 rides accomplished allot to ease tension between the dirt bike community and Morningstar, we are Ambassadors to the sport we like. Read the Code of Conduct for WCTT

--> Code of Conduct <--

Welcome and Thanks to our Sponsors

:cry::mad::cry::cry::cry::cry:

Please take the time to thank these sponsors in TT Fashion :D

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Camp Group A & B "Signed"

Understand we will be cutting off the amount of campers at 75 this year. We need room for Bikes. :cry: Seriously, solts fill fast and last year we had more then our share of Poepl and bikes (A Great Thing) but to keep the Camp safe and bikes local in the Staging area we needed to cut the population down in camp to 75

  • SLYKO: 1 Dang that should carry an award for fastest and first sign up :cry:
  • Recon (Warren Weikel) 1
  • Morningrider & Boomer (BigBob) 1
  • WyliE1 (Scott Dowden) 3
  • Curtis Allen and Both Sons 3
  • John Lorenz and Daughter 2
  • Fryboy 3
  • Jscnher 2
  • Kimberly Lienhart 5
  • Leroy Henderson 2
  • Jeff Shafe 4
  • Robert Greene 2

Total so Far = 28

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:cry::cry::cry::cry::cry:

Me and the BIG RED DINOSAUR are in!

Pumpkins, Potato Choppers, Chainsaws, and Posers Beware! :devil:

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ya better store all those other bikes in a brick house, because the Big Bad Wolf TE-510 is coming to the WCTT4 and he's gonna huff and puff and blow all them other bikes away. :cry::cry:

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We have sites 93 and 97 RV spots reserved for us. Morning star has the check in hand. SO I guess I am in too.

Bob wolfie will be choking on the smoke from the orange crush katoom!!!

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John, thanks to you and your crew for working so hard to put together a great event. I enjoyed last year and can't wait to see everyone

again. My PayPal payment has been sent. :cry::cry::cry:

Warren

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The shoulder is almost 100%. The doctor has given me a 4/1/05 full release date. That will give me about 6 weeks to get back in shape before the Sheet Iron 300 and WCTT4. It's going to be a great year for riding.

Warren

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Hey Warren

Glad you are back for 2005, looking forward to seeing you again :cry:

Yes this year will be another great event, we just about have all the back half of Mstar so far :cry::cry:

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with a larger crowd it will be even more important for ALL to be adults and well mannered. Let's show a positive community this year and every year. As I witnessed last year.

For my small part boomer will be leashed at all times and on a respectful rope length when at my camp site. Say hello and be cordial to the morningstar owners. :cry:

this has been a non-official message from a non-official lowly and humble TTer who loves this event like all the rest of you. :cry::cry:

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with a larger crowd it will be even more important for ALL to be adults and well mannered. Let's show a positive community this year and every year. As I witnessed last year.

For my small part boomer will be leashed at all times and on a respectful rope length when at my camp site. Say hello and be cordial to the morningstar owners. :cry:

this has been a non-official message from a non-official lowly and humble TTer who loves this event like all the rest of you. :cry::cry:

And if we run out of Tri-Tip

Boomer has volunteered a leg and thigh for the greater good of the community :cry:

Bob you bring up a great point, please read the Code of Conduct for the WCTTr --> Code Of Conduct <--

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Just signed up! Last Year was a blast.. Looking forward to another Epic event! :cry:

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Yes this year will be another great event, we just about have all the back half of Mstar so far :cry::cry:
It would be cool if we took up the whole campground!!!

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I'm in campsite #66. This will be my first WCTT ride and I'm looking forward to it.

Has anyone thought about doing a NIGHT RIDE? I have ridden there at night when they used to hold the night enduro and it was a blast!!! If you have never ridden at night it is a lot of FUN!!! Something to think about...

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I thought about it....but it interferes with my beer drinking time so I quit thinking about it :cry:

Really though, I have crappy night vision. That was truy aparent this year in the 24hr GP I raced :cry:

You will be able to grab a handfull of willing night riders Im sure. Just make it known you want to do it and others will join.

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ahhhh I see the 2 now in you signature line Cisco..........a blue silver 250.........Its a yz250! :cry: easy call.

trail riding set up with fly wheel? or your MX bike or both

I want one too.....ah but that's next year or two away......after the DRZ is paid off........I'll probably go orange for that EXC 2 stroke purschase one day....... don't let me get started..I'm so burned out anyway on new bike purchase thinking

I'm NOT a bike of the week club member...just bike of the year club for me :cry::cry::cry:

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Hey guys, I got a little confused when going to the WCTT site because it says to send a pay-pal money but if you have an RV you need to contact morningstar, so I just contacted Morningstar to reserve my RV space, they charged me like $60 dollars, is there another fee besides the morningstar RV fee that I need to pay?

Thanks

Rich

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Rich, I am in the same boat. made RV reservations w/ M*. I don't think there are any other fees. I sent a pm to wcttr and got a wierd email back saying that the pm i sent was waiting approval. Maybe Mr john lorenze can straighten us out.

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I just finished lickin the stamp on my check for 60 bucks reserving campsite 75 for my 40 foot of rig and bikes.

Cant wait to meet you all :cry:

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