MBSR 2017 Recap
Team WILD brings nature to the MBSR
Here is a recap of his experiences written by my honeybee, Joe - Rider #54 - sent out to the people who sponsored his ride and helped him raise over $600 of the $10,000 in donations for Big Brothers Big Sisters of London.
Instead of riding the route this year, I ran two mandatory checkpoints and had so much fun seeing all of the riders, in all their fun costumes, along the rally route. Already planning for 2019!
MBSR 2017: June 23, 24 & 25.
Headquartered in London, Ontario, this year's Mad Bastard Scooter Rally will be epic!
I am so excited that Sparkplug Coffee will be part of this crazy event with pop up stations along the route. What do we have in store for the rally riders? You'll have to sign up to find out!
My vintage Vespa, Perlita, and I will be at the Motorcycle Spring Show April 9 & 10 as part of a Women in Motorcycling Exhibit.
First, click here to save a couple dollars on your admission to the Motorcycle Spring Show (the deal disappears March 31st so buy your tix now). Then click on the title to go to the full post and learn more.
We are super stoked to be selected as the Official Coffee of the Motorcycle Supershow!
To celebrate, we're custom building a special blend - Up Shift - just for the Motorcycle Supershow. We'll have samples to try at the show and you'll be able to take a bag home or order some for delivery after the show.
January 8, 9 & 10, 2016 at the Toronto International Centre
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Our Mad Bastard adventure:
Held every 2 years, the Mad Bastard Scooter Rally is a one-day adventure that takes participants on a circle route covering about 650 km. This year Rally HQ was in Guelph, an easy 100 km scoot from Toronto on side roads and country highways.
Joe & Kara scootered up to Guelph on Friday afternoon. Checked in, had dinner with the rest of the group, went through the Rider Meeting to learn all about the route and plan for the next day. Hmmm... 640 km with a bunch of photo challenges and some trivia questions to answer en route. Seems doable.
24 hours later, when we were not even half-way through the route, we weren't quite so sure....
(Click on the title to read more and see our Mad Bastard photos.)