2024 INOA Rally June 17th-22nd Woodstock, New Hampshire USA

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2024 INOA Rally June 17th-22nd Woodstock, New Hampshire USA
 
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Since Laconia Bike Week is the week before INOA Rally in Woodstock, NH, I was wondering who will be up there for the Bike Week? I plan on helping out with the vintage racing at the New Hampshire Speedway and will be racing my Norton up at Towerhill Rd during the Tower Hill race in Weirs Beach. I'll most likely remain in NH for the remainder of Bike Week. I plan on having my trailer with tools and parts in case anyone should need help with repairs.
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Respectfully,
Christopher West
413 561 7575
 
I have a 5 person cabin with bunk beds reserved at the KOA from Monday to Thursday. Since I'll be traveling alone or perhaps with 1 other person I would like to extend an invitation to anyone that needs a place to stay. The cost can be split with however many need lodging. The cabin is primitive but will provide a roof, a bed and some place to prepare simple meals

PM me if interested.
 
An area map of where the 2024 Rally is going to be held at. Nortonrally.com
 

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ATTENTION ATTENTION!!!
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Anyone that Preregisters before May 17th will automatically get 10 raffle tickets for a chance to win a prize of their choosing from any of the vendors that donate a prize to the rally.
For example:
Ikon suspension donated a set of fork springs for a Norton Commando.
Electrexworld LTD donated their CDI system for a Norton twin.
More items will be donated as we get closer to the rally.
 
Off the record, if there are a few riders who would be interested in a SPIRITED ride, perhaps 150-200 round trip miles, I would be available to lead an adventure. Not "go-to-jail" speeds, but rather, just not dawdling at -10 the speed limit.
Perhaps Rangley, ME & back.
 
Off the record, if there are a few riders who would be interested in a SPIRITED ride, perhaps 150-200 round trip miles, I would be available to lead an adventure. Not "go-to-jail" speeds, but rather, just not dawdling at -10 the speed limit.
Perhaps Rangley, ME & back.
Sounds like fun. Perhaps I'll get the wring Trixie out a little.
 
Sadly, I'm not up to riding my Norton across the country. I made the 2mi trek to last year's rally in Winthrop, WA just fine though. There were a few long distance riders attending. Kudos to them. Lots of Canadians since we're only 100mi from the border (much less as the crow files). I expect you'll have many in attendance in NH this year too. Wish I could come.
 
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