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  1. As for you that think I don't have the best interest of the club or are trying to destroy it you are wrong. I read this site pretty much everyday and the VMC Facebook page too. When I see people ask a technical question or looking for parts, or what ever it may be and they get no answer from either page, I am going to do them a solid and tell them where else to look. Could be one of the many "Fantastic" Victory related Facebook pages. Could be the VOG. Could be one of the Vic parts supplier. Could be another source. That is being an honest member of the club does for its members. Point them towards answers to their question, no matter the source. Not let them twist in the wind.
  2. I don't want to get in a pissing contest, but you are right. I don't know what they are about and don't care. You see Mark, unlike you, I live in a big country where on a daily basis, I can get face to face with 100's of Victory riders here in in my little corner of Southern California. I am not stranded on an island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean where I have no fellow Vic riders to get together with face to face. I don't have the need to live my motorcycle life vicariously through this club. As far as what I have done, I founded the Greater Los Angeles chapter. Actually been to numerous national and regional events. Helped out with the SW region annual meet. Coordinated with Victory Corporate in getting support for that event. Was part of the P&P committee several years ago. Trust me, I do appreciate your enthusiasm for the club. If not for you, there would be very little going on in the forums. What you have done for the Chapters outside of the States is incredible. And yea, I call them as I see them. And no, I don't know best. But I do believe I have a better feel for the pulse of the Victory motorcycle community than you. I read some of your posts about how this club is amazing and fantastic. I hear a Career military officer trying to rally the troops when things a going against them.
  3. Marks original comment about radio stations did not say they were "online biker radio stations." I made an assumption that he was talking about conventional over the airwaves radio stations like 99.9% of people listen to, here in the USA. I clicked on 1 link, Biker Heart Radio and it is a poor quality radio station based in South Africa. Harley Liberty is a site devoted to the 2% Like the HA, Mongols, Pagans, Bandidos, etc. Are these the places we want to market too? As far as trying to divide the club, that is crazy talk.
  4. Thanks for the list. I will check them out. Like I said, never heard of biker radio.
  5. Mark, Care to share a link to these online biker radio stations? I have been riding for over 30 years and never heard of such a thing. I polled my riding friends here in So. California and not one had ever heard of one. I would like to check it out. Spending 5 minutes a day promoting the VMC to the 27,000+ members of the Victory Motorcycle Owners Group would be priceless and free. Then you have the other pages for the various models. The owner of the page is a former president of this club. We have talked many times and there is no problem with promoting the club in that group. This club either evolves or slowly dies. It's that simple. I just don't understand the stance of some closed minded members.
  6. Don't know about Taiwan, but to do radio in the USA would take 1000x of the Clubs whole years budget. And I don't know what radio stations you would put it on.
  7. Is the Marketing committee missing an opportunity to reach potential new members by not posting pictures and up dates of the V2V on the various Victory Facebook pages?
  8. It would be great if when you post pictures, you add the names of who is in them. That way, we can put a name to a members face.
  9. Drnoleak

    VITO 2021

    Is there information about this event, somewhere on Facebook?
  10. Thanks Rosie. Have you locked down a Hotel? Don't know if I will be able to attend. Las Vegas is a long long ride for me. Just kidding. Jeannie and I will be there.
  11. Street Vibrations in Reno Nevada is a great rally. Here is the Spring Street Vibrations Rally web site http://roadshowsreno.com/sv_spring.php Here is the Fall Street Vibrations Rally web site. http://roadshowsreno.com/sv_fall.php Also, The Willamette Valley Victory Riders (VMC LC-92) are proud to host the 2020 VMC NW Regional Meet, and look forward to seeing you July 23-25, 2020 in Grand Ronde, OR! At the end of the last ice age, rich, diverse soils were deposited in the 150-mile stretch between Portland and Eugene. Today the Willamette Valley’s abiding allure has everything to do with these soils — its farm-to-fork food scene, a world-class wine and beer industry and the pioneering nature of its people, who come here to build, to make and to live the good life. Our coast is lined with sandy beaches, hiking trails, lighthouses and one of the best motorcycle routes in the country, Hwy 101. July weather in the valley averages a high of 82 degrees, and low of 53 degrees. Spirit Mountain Casino & Lodge is a Native American casino located in Grand Ronde, OR, operated by the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community of Oregon. It is Oregon’s busiest tourist attraction, with over three million visitors per year. Spirit Mountain Casino is a premier destination for anyone looking to get away from it all. They are conveniently located 65 miles southwest of Portland and only 25 minutes from the coast. Once you’re there, you can enjoy an expansive selection of gaming, entertainment, and great food. Their dining options feature great variety as well, offering one of the best casino buffets in the Pacific Northwest, as well as a first-class service restaurant and a full-service bar and lounge. And with 90,000 square feet of gaming space full of blackjack tables, roulette, slot machines and more, you won’t find a more inclusive, all-around enjoyable casino to visit. Hotel room registration is open now and can be secured with a credit card. Room options available: two queen beds, or one king bed. To register: Phone: call 800.760.7977. Give booking ID 1718 and/or "VMC NW REGIONAL" room block. Web: https://book.b4checkin.com/chameleon/spiritmountain?_ga=2.14029236.2016977907.1567534471-1409125323.1559236267#groupSignIn. Enter booking ID 1718. Group rides, raffle drawings, a poker run, and the Saturday night banquet, plus a few surprises...don't miss out on the 2020 VMC NW Regional meet!
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