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  1. Mark your calendars for Sep 9-12, 2021 for the 2021 VMC National meet hosted by the Sin City Victory Riders, Las Vegas, NV. More info to follow from the hosting club. Big congratulations to this club. A big thank to the other clubs and volunteers that have and will sure Victory, the ride never ends.
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  2. On December 7, 2019 members of the Adirondack Victory Riders presented a check of just over $9100.00 to the Double H Ranch. The Double H Ranch, our charity of choice, is an organization that provides a wide array of outdoor experiences and activities for children with life threatening illness'. We wish to thank all the people who attended the 2019 VMC National Meet in Lake George, who helped make this a very memorable event. Also we would like to thank the following vendors who donated goods and services, and ask you to pleas
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  3. UPDATE: Event Site and Registration Link HERE! Hi everyone! I’m Rose, and I am both the President of Sin City Victory Riders, Chapter 17 in Las Vegas, and the Event Chair for the 20th Annual VMC National Meet. We are very excited and honored to be afforded the opportunity to host this prestigious event, show off our beautiful city and surrounding areas, and show our Victory Family an Epic Time! In an effort to consolidate all questions and answers into one easy to find, search and reference location, we will be answering any 20th Annual National Meet in this thread alone. We wil
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  4. Oh that’s not true! I just got got home from the rally 2 hours ago.. 2178 mi from Kansas to TN. I know quite a few others that won’t post for a few more days cuz they are still riding. Hang on a bit for those pics. Here’s my few
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  5. JUST WANT TO SEND MY GREETINGS TO EVERYONE WHO IS ATTENDING OUR 2020 NATIONAL RALLY AT JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE. ALTHOUGH ARNOLD AND I HAD PLANNED TO ATTEND BUT COVID CONCERNS (AS WE ARE IN A HIGH RISK CATEGORY) HAS KEPT US AWAY. OUR NATIONAL RALLIES ARE ALWAYS EXCEPTIONAL AND ENABLE EVERYONE TO GET TOGETHER WITH FRIENDS AND FELLOW RIDERS THAT, IN SOME CASES, THEY DON'T SEE THAT OFTEN, AS WELL AS ENJOY RIDING IN AREAS OF OUR COUNTRY THAT ARE ALWAYS MEMORABLE. HOW WE BOTH WISH WE COULD BE THERE WITH YOU! WE ALWAYS ENJOY SEEING ALL OF OUR FELLOW VMC MEMBERS AT THESE GET-TOGETHERS AND REALLY M
    10 points
  6. Leg 6 dinner in Platte City Mo (near Kansas City). Known as the Veterans Leg and Meet in the Middle. We had 16 attendees for dinner. It is traditional to have a cake to honor all of our veterans. We have 3 Navy veterans among the group. Anthony Schleisman, Charlie Dischner and Klent Harkness.
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  7. Leg Captain for legs 1-3 reporting safe back home. I had a great time leading a great group of VMC members Patti and Tom Wise, Lowell Johnson and Vivian Hardin, Jim Koshar, and Mike Riddelle, Thanks for joining me it was so nice not to ride it alone. 1077 miles door to door. Looks like Wayne is got a good ride going today including a stop at Indianapolis Motor Speedway looking at the spot track- Gene
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  8. Leg 3 Meets leg 4 The gang for legs 3 and 4/
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  9. Great fellowship at dinner with Leg 5&6 riders.
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  10. The National Rally in Johnson City, TN was AWESOME! The Tennessee group were great people, the hotel staff was excellent and thankful we were there. 236 people was the mentioned number. The meal at the Swiss Chalet was delicious and and wonderful staff. Of course, those who have ridden in eastern Tennessee and North Carolina know it is some of the most beautiful, fun and challenging roads in America. Even the weather was cooperative. Those who were afraid to come missed out on a great time. Victory owners are a different breed and we met so many new friends and had a lot of laug
    8 points
  11. Here is a very faded front panel of the first V2V shirt, that I had designed for the V2V in 2001. FYI, I had designed the 2013 Fishy shirt to commemorate fellow member Sydney "Fishwich". who passed away suddenly. She was a leg captain of the previous year V2V, on her 2004 50th year anniversary (Polaris) Vegas. She deserves to be remembered.
    8 points
  12. You want pictures huh? How 'bout these? Nothing here is in order - most of the "people" picks are from the Meet n Greet on Thursday night - man were those munchies good! The "road" pics are from both Friday and Saturday - both excellent rides led by excellent leaders!
    8 points
  13. Happy 4 of July! We made it to San Francisco and enjoyed dinner at the Crab House. I made new friends on this year V2V and hope to see everyone again on another VMC ride soon. Here is a couple of photos from dinner. I made sure Tiger/Fish Witch was apart of dinner. I will post more later.
    8 points
  14. Leg 6 last stop before hotel, just an interesting bit of history in Lexington, MO. That is a cannon ball in the column of the courthouse.
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  15. Leg 6 lunch stop in Centertown, MO. Tammy was manning the grill, fryer and register.
    8 points
  16. Leg 6 left Collinsville IL today 6-27-19 with 5 riders; Leg Captain Lowell Johnson, Dave Crew, Brent Fletcher, Anthony Schleisman, Viv Hardin. Tom and Patti Wise took the direct route to Platte City Mo due to the heat. First stop was E St Louis to view the arch.
    8 points
  17. Paton exchange with Lowell Johnson who is leading Legs 5 and 6.
    8 points
  18. Had a great ride today (Leg 5) with some great people! Hope to do it again!
    8 points
  19. Meet up with Mike Simpson for dinner
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  20. Leg 4 riders. Tom and Patti Wise, Vivian Harden, Lowell Johnson, Wayne Oosterhoff, Sr and Jr.
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  21. Leg 3. 6-24-19. 7 riders. Gene Hunt, Jim Koshar, Mike Riddelle, Tom and Patti Wise, Viv Hardin and Lowell Johnson. Photos of Madonna of the Trail in Wheeling WV. A little explanation of the National Pike and the mile markers from Hwy 40. More pics to come.
    8 points
  22. Wow, the registrations keep coming in. We have folks from 19 states already registered. Maryland to California, South Carolina to Idaho, Michigan to Texas, and states in between. Early bird registration ends February 28th. VMC members receive discounts on registration! Midwest Victory Rally Information
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  23. A quick welcome message from Reverend Beavis.
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  24. First, let me say "thank you" for your interest in attending the upcoming Shine On East Tennessee Backroads 2020 VMC National Rally. Secondly, we can appreciate your concerns pertaining to the safety of the attendees based on what you have seen concerning the Covid-19 numbers in the state of Tennessee. That being said, let me assure you that the safety, health and well-being of all of our attendees, organizers, hotel staff and all associated vendors, sponsors and hosts are definitely a top priority for us concerning Covid-19. We have kept a constant eye on the Covid-19 numbers prov
    7 points
  25. Here's a Club historic pic for inspiration! From V2V1.
    7 points
  26. The President does not matter, what always matter is a group, some members, or an LC coming forward with a proposal to host a meet.
    7 points
  27. PLEASE don't pollute the planning for this historic event with the politics that are taking place! I am sure that things will get straightened out. Keep in mind - the VMC has weathered many "things" in twenty years - this is just a bump in the road - surviving for 20 years is worthy of straight-forward and eager anticipation, no politics involved.
    7 points
  28. This is the thread we will use to post messages and pictures as the ride progresses across the country on the Victory Highway. Use this link to follow the spot track https://share.findmespot.com/shared/faces/viewspots.jsp?glId=0Rk5SiN065y59nGqWDUoWkCPmKMOsz7aJ Leg 0 , getting the baton up to the start of the ride, starts tomorrow morning, 6/21. The ride begins 8AM on 6/22. - Gene
    7 points
  29. Leg 13, 20th V2V, 7-4-19. 13 bikes left Carson City this am. Absolutely breathtaking views this morning. Followed Route 88 on south side of Lake Tahoe. Then lit Carson pass. Lunch at Jackson, CA.
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  30. Dinner in Carson City. Leg 12 end. Fun time....
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  31. Leg 11 - Midway Utah to Ely NV 12 Bikes and a high temp of 94. Not too bad! But hey, it's a dry heat! All went well and we arrived in Ely safe. Thanks to all the riders for you safety, courtesy, and great riding!
    7 points
  32. Leg 10 lunch at Vernal UT. Vernal Brewing Co. 12 bikes on this leg, 15 riders. Beautiful ride on Hwy 40 from Craig CO to Vernal. Rolling high plains a/o rolling plateaus with mountains and beautiful white cumulous clouds above.
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  33. Leg 7 left Platte City, MO. We are 10 Victory’s strong on this leg! Woo-hoo!!!! Oh, and a pickup too. 15 people on this adventure. Leg captain Lowell Johnson, veteran riders that have been on many V2V’s. Brent Fletcher CA, Tom and Patti Wise CA, Bob and Deb Klein Wichita KS. Other return riders Charlie Dischner, Vivian Hardin. First time riders are Anthony Schleisman Ottumwa IA, David Crew Peoria IL, Klent Harkness Wichita KS, Jon Williams and daughter Amber KC KS, Nolan and Desty Haddock Clinton MO. 1st stop this morning, the Victory Eagle Memorial (1 of 3 in KS) at Lawrence KS near K
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  34. Leg 5 - great lunch and fellowship at the Moonshine Store, home of the famous Moon Burger.
    7 points
  35. Gene, Thank you for organizing this event. I know that it takes a lot of work to make the event run smoothly. I had a great time on Legs 2 and 3. I only wish I had more time available to ride the whole V2V. It si great to meet other VMC members as well as see 'old' friends. It always amazes me how nice the VMC members are that come to these events. Those of you who are not participating in the event are truly missing out. Jim
    7 points
  36. Last stop of the day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
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  37. End of leg 2. Mike Riddelle “Dirtybubble” joined us for dinner. Along with the original 6 leg 2 riders (posted earlier).
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  38. Dinner end of Leg 0 Tom and Patti Wise on the left, Lowell and Vivian Johnson on the right, good food, adult beverages and V2V stories.
    7 points
  39. T-shirt color and design for this year's Rally!
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  40. This is the first year for the Midwest Victory Rally. The Midwest Victory Rally started as an offshoot of the VMC's North Central Regional Rally that was based in various locations throughout the Midwest. Members of the River Cities Victory Riders (RCVR) and the Central Iowa Victory Riders (CIVR), both Victory Motorcycle Club (VMC) North Central regional chapters, proposed moving the event to De Soto, IA, home of Rylan's nationally acclaimed "The Vic Shop". Thus the 2019 Midwest Victory Rally was born.
    7 points
  41. Here are just a few, More will happen soon. photo #1 The event registration table with 4 people to enter the info which means much faster times at check in. photo#2 The group shot which is cut off due to size restrictions. Not all attendees were present at that time. photo #3 Kent & Clay informing the Michiana Club about how to make the most of long distance riding to events.
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  42. Leg 11, 7-2-19 lunch at state line between Utah and Nevada. About an hour east of Ely. Great place to eat in the middle of no where. Snow topped mountains on one side, desert conditions on the other.
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  44. End of leg 8 in Fort Morgan CO. Today’s tour was through some of the rolling hills of NW KS. Yes, there are hills in KS! A little warm, my bike had 107 at one time. We met 3 more riders at St Francis and even more at Ft Morgan. Dinner and cocktails at the Mav next to the hotel.
    6 points
  45. 6-28-19 Leg 7. Victory Eagle in Topeka KS, Gage Park.
    6 points
  46. Great Visit to the Ohio Caverns. Some formations over 100k years old. Nice and cool at 54 degrees 103 feet down.
    6 points
  47. Lunch at Nauti Goose North East Maryland
    6 points
  48. The dates have been set for the 2019 Midwest Victory Rally. You can find out more information at http://midwestvictoryrally.com
    6 points
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