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2014 Cannonball

  • 25 Jul 2013 5:54 AM
    Message # 1351253
    Deleted user
    All 101ers,

    My wife is maintaining a blog and she thought I should share the link below to show the 101 family that two more Scouts would be represented yet again in the next Cannonball 2014. 

    Thanks guys for the WOW this month.
    Love the tech videos! Thanks for doing them!
    We use the shop book everyday in the garage, learning and observing. 

    Also we are extremely excited about our relationship with the Indians and trust that they will steer us true on our course in Cannonball 2014.

    Again, thank you!

    Ryan L. Allen 

  • 26 Jul 2013 8:32 AM
    Reply # 1352135 on 1351253
    1st. congraduations to you an the misses. and the best to you and your bud on your cannonball adventure, you,ll love it. 10 little ingens. i like it.
  • 27 Jul 2013 3:36 AM
    Reply # 1352747 on 1351253
    Tim Raindle (Administrator)
    Hi Ryan , good luck with the adventure . Keep us informed of how you are going  , any mods you are doing to the bikes etc .
  • 09 Aug 2013 11:45 PM
    Reply # 1362309 on 1351253
    Deleted user

    I'll be there also on my 101 also. How many so are are in the 2014 tribe?

    Trying to get it sorted and thinking on all the logistics. Lots of planning going on!

    Last modified: 09 Aug 2013 11:46 PM | Deleted user
  • 10 Aug 2013 5:57 AM
    Reply # 1362422 on 1351253
    Tim Raindle (Administrator)
    How many 101s are declaring for the Cannonball ? might be a good idea to have a communal spares pool ? Interesting to note that whilst between Aplerins crew and the Rinkers , we had parts for a couple of spare 101 45 motors , but could not fix Marcin Grelas heavily modified motor , as nothing was standard . For example , the stroked motor reqired extremely small height honda pistons .Doug Wrothke fitted a new pair of cylinders en route, but was using original valve collars and keepers , while all the spares were for the more modern type tapered keepers . A problem easily overcome with access to Competition distributors machine shop in Sturgis , but a set of old ones thrown in the spares box of one of the support crews would have helped Doug save a couple of hours .
  • 16 Aug 2013 12:51 AM
    Reply # 1366861 on 1351253
    Deleted user
    Thanks guys
    Just getting back here.
    I will keep you guys updated on the blog!
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