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Ride 4 Kids Special plates

How many of you would be interested in obtaining a Ride For Kids special plates for your bike?

Remember that the money from the plates will be used for kids and it is just another way of making a donaion.

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what do the plates look like
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This is what it looked like last year. There is no plates for this year due to lack of request. Probably because people were not aware of it. That is why I am asking. If we can get a good response I will work with organizer to get thsoe paltes if not for this year, then next year for sure.


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That is it. Just five people had anything to say about it?

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Don't tell me you're gonna leave the board now.

Just kidding man....take off from someone elses thread some time ago.
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A little explanation as to how this works would be nice, you get a different plate every year? does the current registration switch over? Is there a plate fee that the state collects that doesn't go to the kids? How much, etc.

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Maybe if it was ride OVER kids day. :P
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Maybe if it was ride OVER kids day. :P
Damn dude-thats cold!

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Don't tell me you're gonna leave the board now.

Just kidding man....take off from someone elses thread some time ago.
Right. You got to try harder then that

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A little explanation as to how this works would be nice, you get a different plate every year? does the current registration switch over? Is there a plate fee that the state collects that doesn't go to the kids? How much, etc.
This are not renewable plates. They are only good for a short time, like a month or two something like that. You pay like 30 bucks for them and have a choice of the number as long as it is still available.

Basically it is another way to make a donation to a great cause and show off your contribution. PLus those plates will some day be collectible iteam

And lastly, why not get them. You probably spend more then that on beer a month

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Maybe if it was ride OVER kids day. :P
That is not cool

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This are not renewable plates. They are only good for a short time, like a month or two something like that. You pay like 30 bucks for them and have a choice of the number as long as it is still available.

Basically it is another way to make a donation to a great cause and show off your contribution. PLus those plates will some day be collectible iteam

And lastly, why not get them. You probably spend more then that on beer a month

$30 a month on beer!? I'm 24, on a good week, I'm dumping about $200 on alcohol, give or take. I'd be interested in helping the ankle biters.

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That is not cool
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I believe, that the children are our future. We should teach them well and let them lead the way. Then we should show them all the beauty they possess insiiiiiiiide. Give them a sense of pride...to make it easier...let the children's laaaaaaaaughter remind us how we used to be. (insert saxaphone here)

Back on topic, yea one month of riding with the plate, dunno about that.
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Biggy,

Don't think of it as shit it is only for one month. Think of it as a Thank you for donating the money to find a cure and help some kid. Adn you do keep them forever BTW.

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Think of it as a Thank you for donating the money to find a cure and help some kid. Adn you do keep them forever BTW.
but... what am I going to do with all those kids??



j/k. sounds like a good idea, for the kiddies, and it's a plus if you keep a collection of license plates on your garage wall.
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That is not cool
Phhht no sense of humor.
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Phhht no sense of humor.
Sorry, sometimes I don't specially if I don't know you.

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j/k. sounds like a good idea, for the kiddies, and it's a plus if you keep a collection of license plates on your garage wall.

This is actually great selling point for single guys. Gilrs will probably dig that when you do show and tell of how you helped the kids

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