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Same question as every year:
Who gonna show up?
How about our far far away friends from overseas. As you all know, time flies. Sort out to join riding groups, or to ask for bikes to borrow for the rally.
Gives me the chance to pay back to No name man, Tom or Wade for top times at the Californian run and TSMR. As i am certainly going for the dutch rally, think about a start from Hamburg with some of my bikes. Ok, its just two real BSAs, but the other ones are classics at least. We will find something suitable for the meet, thats for sure.
Just let me know.
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I'll be there lad....


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:bigt I will be good to see Shaun at the dutch rally, now you can pay me back for all those beers you missed out in Italy. Still you got to pay clap laughing grin laugh

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Camping on the 1st Friday evening is possible, this will help those traveling on ferries from the UK.


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Just fill in 8 days on the booking form. There will be no breakfast service at saturday.

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Andy, do we have a booking form that we can print off and send in or can we book directly with the campsite? Also is there any/much price difference between booking the campsite through the club and booking direct? Asking as some of us will be booking a few extra nights and want to get the ferry booked.

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Allan, the UK booking form is on the BSAOC UK website, and is in the next Star magazine.
Booking extra camping days, this is for Peter to answer.
I an guessing that its cheaper booking the camping for the rally through the Club as they might have negotiated discount, if you book your camping direct with the site for the week, then you won't be camping in the same field as the others at the rally.
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Rose and I are all booked up camping see you all there.

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myself Jen and Charlotte will be there booked a tent house and ferry booked now just got to send our form off to Andy after christmas .

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Can you post the form link Rob? Cheers


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Allan all the rally information and rally form is here
http://www.bsaownersclub.co.uk/index.html
and go to "Members Area" where you must log in to gain access. The log-in procedure is simple & self explanatory


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Thanks Brian. Explains why google couldn't pick it up. Never had to log in before to be able to download a Rally form though


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See pages 31 - 33 of The Star that will have hit the doormat today


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Originally Posted by BeezaBryan
See pages 31 - 33 of The Star that will have hit the doormat today


Thanks Brian, Franks been as efficient as usual and downloaded off the website. I should have my 2017 membership soon which will be good because I am not sure where I have placed my current member ship card facepalm


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We have negotiated a discount during the rally and we have stretched it for the early arrivals on friday. For this period you can use the booking form. Will you stay longer then you have to book the extra days direct with the camping site.This can be done while you are there.

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so if you are arriving on Friday, then you would put 8 days onto your booking form?
Is this correct?

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YESS. See my remark 12-10-2016

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Ferry is booked and paid for, Rally form from the Star filled out and sent off, so that's official now then. I'm on me way.. :bigt

I'll be there Friday afternoon, after riding the mountains of Holland, and seeing the sights from the highest one... wink

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Shaun- the BEERS were on me in ITALY and also in Denmark and America. I guess its back to you for the next five rallies.. grin


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I just need a few pieces to fall into place, and I may make it, it has been a few years since my last international when I attended Holland with Wade.



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I plan on being there.


A smattering:
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I plan to be there as well together with daughter and son. The Lightning and Firebird should impose no probs but I hope no one complains about the T160 as it was assembled at Small Heath... grin

See you then.

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Make sure the gearing of your bikes is correct for the Dutch mountains. laughing


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Hi Peter
Is it just a rumour that you Dutch change the jettings in you carbs at over 100 feet sealevel??

Hope to see you at the rally.
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