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Ride Share to UTAH... (MILLER)

Jason Brehmer and I have come up with a solution for anyone thinking about riding Miller Motorsports Park with the Mid-Central NESBA group July 19-21 (friday-monday). Jason and I are looking for anyone interested in having their bikes transported to Miller. Right now airfare from most locations to and from Salt lake city is $300-350. What are we offering, for $200/bike we will help arrange pick-up and drop-off of your bike almost anywhere between Chicago, Omaha, and HPT Topeka. What is in it for you, avoid the 14-22 hour ride to and from. Avoid the missed days of work, fly in to Salt Lake city friday night, ride sat-sun, fly out Sunday (if you want to ride the weekend) or fly out Monday night/ tuesday morning and ride sat-mon. We will work to get your bike back to you at the many upcoming mid central or mid-west days following Miller. In addition, room and board is being arranged free of charge at the track (imagine, air-conditioning, a trailer, and a blow up matress). We can handle 4-5 more iterested parties. We must fill up my trailer to make this happen, anyone on the fence, this should help. If this is sucessful we will also consider doing the same thing for the August 23-24th event. THis is of course a non-profit deal, we are trying to cover gas, oil change, etc. If we fill up the trailer and make better gas milage (or diesel miraculously goes down in price) the price may go lower after the trip.

FWIW - jason and I already have riders without driving and taking my trailer. This is just a service that we have tried to put together to help make it easier and more cost effective for folks to make the trip out to Miller.

Hopefully, there is an opportunity for some of you to take advantage of this.

Again, this is a long trip and Miller is definitely a destination track well worth the trip!

Great Quote - One would think that the Secret Service was smart enough to get serviced secretly.

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