Darryl.Richman's picture

Joel Rapose, who sells the PowerDynamo 12V alternator and electronic ignition kit for BMW /2s, as well as a heavy steel plate that can be used to mount /2 and Airhead engines and transmissions while you work on them, sent me a very generous check to help support Team Boxer Rebellion. His name will be up on the side of my Sprinter chase van as we travel back and forth across the country.

Just to give you an idea of the costs for this folly, consider:

Entry fee: $1500
Hotel bill per double occupancy room: $1900 x 3 rooms
Diesel for my van over 8,000 miles: $1500
Gas for the R52: $450
Restaurant meals for 4 weeks on the road, $30/day: $840 x 5 people
Spares and tools: sky's the limit

As you can see, participating in this event is essentially the cost of a new BMW bike!

Early next month I will have several ways to become a sponsor, from any business that would like to see their advertisement on my van, to smaller contributors who will get their name up there, to T-shirts and other items. (This will be completely separate from any club function.)


I hope to see you in Sept. I

Bob Distelcamp's picture

I hope to see you in Sept. I live about 1 hour from Newberg,Ny If there is anythingI can do to help
Please let me know 518 966 0083

Bob D

Muskegon, Mi. to Milwaukee, Wi.

Bob Childers's picture

When are you going to be in Muskegon to board the ferry?

September 9th we are

Darryl.Richman's picture

September 9th we are scheduled to ride from Sandusky, OH to Muskegon and then take the 4:45pm ferry crossing to Milwaukee, which should get us there at 6:15pm. From the ferry dock in Milwaukee we will ride to the Harley museum.

--Darryl Richman
"Bling is not made in Germany" --OTL, 12/05

You all enjoy your best

seanblake's picture

You all enjoy your best rides...Have a great ride in September!!!

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