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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 01-04-2005, 11:42 AM Thread Starter
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No bashing no bull shit who want to start a new club, I no I do nothing crazy like before we will keep it nice and easy let me know cause if we get enough people we will start a new form?
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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 01-04-2005, 12:06 PM
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Plan carefully. I think there's a five club, per year, per bike, per town, maximum.

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here we go again....................





another dinner club I say.

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pacebike01 was/is starting a club.
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If you want to start your own club, Id say go for it.

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Go for it, but have someone promote it, that has a grasp on the use of the English language. You might want to get an Entertainment book to, they have a lot of coupons to food establishments.....cause that is what most of the "riders" around here want to do.

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Why would you make a club, presumably with costs to the members in the form of dues, for them to simply hang out? I'd never pay to be able to hang out with friends. Or will the club offer perks for the members (reduced costs on trackdays, parts, etc.)?

The only thing clubs are useful for are golf balls and baby seals.

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Why would you make a club, presumably with costs to the members in the form of dues, for them to simply hang out? I'd never pay to be able to hang out with friends. Or will the club offer perks for the members (reduced costs on trackdays, parts, etc.)?

The only thing clubs are useful for are golf balls and baby seals.


Hahahahahahaha, it was a diners club minus the discounts anyhow.
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