1985 North American Rally T-Shirt

July 15th, 2018

Hosted by the Washington DC section.

1984 North American Rally T-Shirt

July 13th, 2018

Held in Tennessee, hosted by the Hillbilly Section.

Upcoming Events

July 11th, 2018

Aug 12th: Annual picnic meeting, Chevron Park in El Segundo.

Aug 20th-23rd: NorCal Section’s Vincent and Pines Rally

Sept 8th: Monthly Section meeting in Malibu

October: California Dreamin’ Rally

Nov 3rd: Annual Dinner Meeting

1983 North American Rally T-Shirt

July 11th, 2018

Held in Iowa, but hosted by the Chicago section.

1982 North American Rally T-Shirt

July 11th, 2018

Held at Shadow Lake, Ontario

1981 North American Rally T-Shirt

July 9th, 2018

The 1981 rally was held at Nelson Ledges race track in Ohio.  Here is a picture of the t-shirt design.

1980 North American Rally T-Shirt

July 8th, 2018

The So Cal section hosted a rally in 1980, at Bass Lake, outside Yosemite National Park, that attracted many overseas visitors.  It was regarded as an unofficial International Rally.  Here is the design that was used on the t-shirts and pins.

Upcoming events

June 9th, 2018

Next section meeting and ride, July 7th in Huntington Beach.

Section Picnic, August 12th, Chevron Park in El Segundo, beginning at noon.

NorCal Vincent and Pines Rally 2018, August 20th-23rd, in Graeagle CA.  See the March K17 for details.  Book your room by July 1st.

Section picnic 2017

September 1st, 2017

Pictures from the 2017 section picnic

No Wimps ride

June 27th, 2017

In 1984, I had just graduated from college that spring, and was slowly looking for work, but thought I deserved to enjoy one last summer.  The North American rally was in Tennessee, and Bill Easter, Ted Theiman, and I all rode Vincent twins from LA.  We had a tight schedule, and we made it to Albuquerque the first day, 800 miles, then two 600 mile days to the rally site.  On the way back, we hit a storm in New Mexico, and stopped for the night in Gallup, 1000 miles from LA.  Ted and I had no time constraint, but Bill was still working.  I think he had retired, but had picked up some contract work, and had to be back to work in two days.  Bill said he was going to leave early and do the 1000 miles in one day.  Ted and I said no thanks, we’ll take it easy.  Bill did the 1000 miles.  Ted and I split it into two 500 mile days, stopping in Flagstaff, then home to LA.

John Ulver had organized another ride that year, the No Wimps ride.  So just a week or so after getting home from the NA rally, I took off to the meeting place, Cedar City Utah, an easy 440 mile ride.  The Ulvers, Dan and Eileen Smith, Bill and Doris, and Pat Highsmith and I spent a week or two riding around Utah and visiting the National Parks.  It was a lot of fun.  Here is a sticker John gave the participants:

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