Topic: "OFFICIAL" vs. "UNOFFICIAL" Rides  (Read 12891 times)

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Re: "OFFICIAL" vs. "UNOFFICIAL" Rides
« Reply #20 on: 04/14/08 01:35PM »
Good call Dane!  Lots of good feedback guys! This should help with future rides.

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Re: "OFFICIAL" vs. "UNOFFICIAL" Rides
« Reply #21 on: 04/14/08 02:18PM »
Another reason is that there have been rides posted by members, and other members would show up at the meet location, and the person who organized the ride did not show up.

Guilty as charged  :16: Am I off the hook if I informed everyone the day before?  :4:

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Re: "OFFICIAL" vs. "UNOFFICIAL" Rides
« Reply #22 on: 05/01/08 07:40AM »
Why is there still no " unofficial ride " schedule thing posted on the home page ?

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Re: "OFFICIAL" vs. "UNOFFICIAL" Rides
« Reply #23 on: 05/01/08 08:42AM »
Why is there still no " unofficial ride " schedule thing posted on the home page ?

The to do list is very long, and none of us are full time ocmoto staff! We're all volunteers that give what time we have. It'll get done soon.

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« Reply #24 on: 05/01/08 08:56AM »
well git'er dane...
(sorry couldn't help myself)

J/K guys...you're doing a great job, THANKS!

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Re: "OFFICIAL" vs. "UNOFFICIAL" Rides
« Reply #25 on: 05/01/08 03:16PM »
Why is there still no " unofficial ride " schedule thing posted on the home page ?

The to do list is very long, and none of us are full time ocmoto staff! We're all volunteers that give what time we have. It'll get done soon.

Oh gotchaaa. So little things will change slowly. I like that, just making sure the idea wasnt thrown off the board

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Re: "OFFICIAL" vs. "UNOFFICIAL" Rides
« Reply #26 on: 05/18/10 08:32AM »
i'm a noobie on here but i think your efforts to distinguish the 'easy' rides from the 'hard' rides is a good thing but new riders should also be encouraged to ride within their limits at a pace they can handle and if they find themselves on one of these 'hard' rides then they should know that its okay to break off from the ride...just my .02...
...its not how much horsepower you have but how much you are willing and skilled enough to use ??...

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Re: "OFFICIAL" vs. "UNOFFICIAL" Rides
« Reply #27 on: 05/18/10 08:36AM »
i'm a noobie on here but i think your efforts to distinguish the 'easy' rides from the 'hard' rides is a good thing but new riders should also be encouraged to ride within their limits at a pace they can handle and if they find themselves on one of these 'hard' rides then they should know that its okay to break off from the ride...just my .02...

You're preaching to the choir my friend.


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Re: "OFFICIAL" vs. "UNOFFICIAL" Rides
« Reply #28 on: 05/18/10 06:52PM »
ok then enough said...lol...
...its not how much horsepower you have but how much you are willing and skilled enough to use ??...

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Re: "OFFICIAL" vs. "UNOFFICIAL" Rides
« Reply #29 on: 05/18/10 07:47PM »
This is from 2 years ago!
I must not fear. Fear is the mind-killer. Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration. I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over me and through me. And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path. Where the fear has gone there will be nothing. Only I remain.

 

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