End of 2002 Season
Ride and Work Party; Saturday,
Steve Murphy ("click")
jumping the finish line table with tents and barbecue waiting for the guests ("click")
The "ride and work" party was a different approach to the end-of-season task of
putting anti-freeze in all the water lines. This year, well, the club decided to
rent a heated tent, barbecue a ton of food, bring the bikes, invite a ton of guests and
basically just have a blast. Say, there were snow flurries all day too!
What the hell is THAT thing ?? ("click")!
somebody had to wad it off the spectator ("click")..
no harm done though....
Tom Stinson and Steve Murphy cooking up a big meal for all the guest riders you can see
out on the track in this pic. Check out the custom ACE grill. And we mean
custom... See the welded on handlebars and trophy in the next pic: ("click").
And here's another happy customer ("click")..
That crazy old guy spent the day trying to throw whips off the spectator table.
Listen closely: The +50 class can't learn to do
Too late for that.
And, man, did this guy ever get plowed! The dancing bear.
And you know what he hates. Wears it right on his chest.
Now, I know JUST what you are thinking... Because it looks bad to me too!
But this is what THAT is all about ==> ("hint").
Of, course a burnout session was in order...
And even more
(it didn't blow out though)
Club member pics
ACE club members
getting ready to clean up.
ACE President, John Barton, found time to ride.
Tom Stinson, doing
time at the grill.
Jim Bottomley on the finish line stepup.
webmaster junior drove down from college to do some riding.
(( here Beaver
Man gives him some pointers to "college boy" on how to handle the opposite
#225 flying high
off the spectator
Ted Bolkema (here with Bernadette Behrens) is in good spirits and healing up
Looks like our "yellow flag head banger" was in good hands.
Mr and Mrs. Joe
"super fast" Fritz and Mr. and Mrs.250F
Scott Behrens and
heated tent dining and "who is this kid?"
(he is famous now)
Of course, we finished off with the traditional campfire
And NO ... we didn't ride the RAT Honda through the campfire