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Fri Mar 10, 2017 3:42 pm quote
MrEndo wrote:
GVDB wrote:
Anyone planning on riding to the event from San Francisco?
My wife and I plan to ride up and back from Sacramento. We are allowing at least 3days. 1st day maybe Eureka or a little further north. Day2- Florence Or or so?? Day3- Seattle. But it's all tentative. Will be on ET4 150's
Wow! You are a rockstar.
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Fri Mar 10, 2017 5:52 pm quote
It's just a series of short rides joined together that sometimes turns into an epic adventure.
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Sat Mar 11, 2017 8:37 am quote
Amerivespa Schedule Updates - Friday 07/07
Friday Amerivespa Announcement - Schedule Released:

Friday July 7

8am - 5pm: Rally Registration
Hotel Deca 4507 Brooklyn Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105


9:30 am - 5 pm: Rides

All rides leave from the parking lot of the Hotel Deca
9:30am: Seattle movie/tourist ride. Hosted by Soldiers of Destiny SC
9:45am: Lake Washington loop. Hosted by Vespa Club of Seattle
10am: Scenic ride around Bainbridge. Hosted by Emerald City Flying Monkeys SC
10:15am: Cemetery / Ride of the Macabre. Hosted by Los Gatos Gordos


7pm-11pm: Party at China Harbor
2040 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
Bands TBA


For more information, please visit the Amerivespa Website
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Thu Mar 16, 2017 8:54 am quote
We're planning on travelling up in our VW campervan, towing our GTSs behind. We're at a loss as where we might camp out in Seattle - the hotel Deca car-park is apparently a no-no.

Is there an MV member local to the site who might be able to offer the use of driveway for us to stay - or any other pertinent advice?
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Thu Mar 16, 2017 12:15 pm quote
When you called Deca they told you that you couldn't park your van there? Is it large like a camper/RV?

I can reach out to our Seattle friends and see if anyone has the space in their driveway if you'd like.
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Thu Mar 16, 2017 6:15 pm quote
Jescka084 wrote:
When you called Deca they told you that you couldn't park your van there?
Via email we were told unless we had a hotel room reservation, no parking allowed in the car-park, let alone camping.
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Is it large like a camper/RV?
It fits in a 'compact' car-park space. Just under 15' long. The trailer is about 12' long. At a pinch we can dispense with the trailer/GTSs and just put the LX on a m/c rack on the rear hitch.
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I can reach out to our Seattle friends and see if anyone has the space in their driveway if you'd like.
Thanks! Somewhere nearby to the 'centre of things' would be good - we do like our beer...
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Fri Mar 17, 2017 6:04 pm quote
jimc wrote:
We're planning on travelling up in our VW campervan, towing our GTSs behind. We're at a loss as where we might camp out in Seattle - the hotel Deca car-park is apparently a no-no.

Is there an MV member local to the site who might be able to offer the use of driveway for us to stay - or any other pertinent advice?
I'll PM a couple friends & relatives and see if I can help you out.
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Sat Mar 18, 2017 8:20 am quote
The Mocker wrote:
jimc wrote:
We're planning on travelling up in our VW campervan, towing our GTSs behind. We're at a loss as where we might camp out in Seattle - the hotel Deca car-park is apparently a no-no.

Is there an MV member local to the site who might be able to offer the use of driveway for us to stay - or any other pertinent advice?
I'll PM a couple friends & relatives and see if I can help you out.
Thanks.
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Sun Mar 19, 2017 5:10 pm quote
Do you need a water or electric hookup? I have Jackie from Seattle checking for us, but wants to confirm whether or not you need electric and water hookup?
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Sun Mar 19, 2017 5:11 pm quote
Free Poster with Registration Offer - March 25th and 26th
For those of you not yet registered for Amerivespa Seattle, we have a free poster with registration offer next weekend. Each paid registration includes a free commemorative poster (which is also available for purchase at AV and after for those already registered or who can't make the event.)

More information HERE
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Sun Mar 19, 2017 5:14 pm quote
Jescka084 wrote:
Do you need a water or electric hookup? I have Jackie from Seattle checking for us, but wants to confirm whether or not you need electric and water hookup?
No water or electric needed - self sufficient. Somewhere to dump waste water might be handy though.
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Wed Mar 22, 2017 10:13 am quote
Seattle Street Parking
No driveways to offer at this point, but Jackie passed this along:

City of Seattle 72-Hour On-Street Parking Ordinance

The City of Seattle has many signs posted around the city that limit the amount of time a vehicle may park on the street (such as a 2-hour limit between 7 a.m. - 6 p.m., etc.). Regardless of whether or not there is any sign posted, the City's Traffic Code does not allow a vehicle to be parked on a city street for longer than 72 hours. The Traffic Code also prohibits junk motor vehicles from being left on City streets (see Abandoned Vehicle Hotline) (SMC 11.72.440). Additionally, the Seattle Municipal Code (SMC) prohibits vehicles over 80 inches in width (such as RVs, tractor trailers, and larger trucks) from parking on most city streets (any street except those adjacent to Manufacturing or Industrial zoning) between the hours of midnight and 6:00 a.m. (SMC 11.72.070). The Seattle Police Department routinely enforces these ordinances and also responds to specific cases when alerted by complaints from the public - please use the non-emergency number (206-625-5011) to report violations.

He should look at the dark blue if he needs to park in the industrial zone.
http://www.seattle.gov/dpd/Research/gis/webplots/smallzonemap.pdf
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Wed Mar 22, 2017 12:24 pm quote
I'm pretty sure Wal-Mart parking lots are also open for short-term vehicle camping.
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Wed Mar 22, 2017 7:32 pm quote
Walmart is always an option - if only the last one.
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Wed Mar 29, 2017 8:07 am quote
Group Ride to Seattle from San Francisco Bay Area
A good sized group of SF Bay area people (about 40 at the moment) are planning to ride up to AmeriVespa. Leaving Napa, CA on July 3rd and arriving in Seattle on the 5th or 6th. All are welcome to join our group for this epic journey.

Check it out. On Facebook search "AmeriVespa Seattle Trippers"
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Thu Mar 30, 2017 9:44 am quote
Re: Group Ride to Seattle from San Francisco Bay Area
brookdain wrote:
A good sized group of SF Bay area people (about 40 at the moment) are planning to ride up to AmeriVespa. Leaving Napa, CA on July 3rd and arriving in Seattle on the 5th or 6th. All are welcome to join our group for this epic journey.

Check it out. On Facebook search "AmeriVespa Seattle Trippers"
Document that trip on YouTube!
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Thu Mar 30, 2017 11:33 am quote
New Amerivespa Website
We just rolled out a new Amerivespa site, check it out and let me know what you guys think. We're working on switching the domain over from our hosting company, so the page redirects right now which may cause it to load slow if you access it via http://amerivespa.org. You can go to https://www.amerivespa.net for a more prompt load.

If you guys have suggestions to make the site more user friendly, I'm very open to hearing them. I know that some people on this forum hate Wix, but that's who we choose to use for VCOA because it's user friendly and has a nice editing software. For a non-profit organization with no web designer on staff, we do what we have to do, so please, no comments about our choice in hosting the site via Wix.
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Thu Mar 30, 2017 7:07 pm quote
Re: New Amerivespa Website
Jescka084 wrote:
You can go to https://www.amerivespa.net for a more prompt load.

If you guys have suggestions to make the site more user friendly, I'm very open to hearing them. I know that some people on this forum hate Wix, but that's who we choose to use for VCOA because it's user friendly and has a nice editing software. For a non-profit organization with no web designer on staff, we do what we have to do, so please, no comments about our choice in hosting the site via Wix.
[moderator hat OFF]

I apologise for resisting your request for no comments - but using a service that exists to use us, the users, as a commodity to be bought and sold doesn't gel well with me.

For the record, https://www.amerivespa.net leads to a blank page for me - and I suspect also for those others in the free world who do NOT let all and sundry sell their browsing data.

I refuse to be the merchandise in my Internet interactions.

It may be 'easy' for you, for now...
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Fri Mar 31, 2017 6:24 am quote
We don't have the resources or willing bodies who have offered themselves to build websites for us. So we are sticking with Wix for now as it fits our ability and skill level and offers a professional looking site. What we have found with other hosting organizations just isn't suitable for our needs.

I completely understand your concern and hope to one day down the road be able to move to another platform or get someone on board willing to volunteer their time and skill-set to build and maintain our VCOA and AV websites so we don't run into this concern long term.

Thanks for the feedback.
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Fri Mar 31, 2017 8:48 am quote
Hotel Deca is nearly sold out!
We have been made aware that our room block at Hotel Deca, this years Amerivespa host hotel is nearly full. If you've been waiting to book your room, act quickly, as only a few are left.

For more information or to book your room online please visit the Amerivespa website.
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Sun Apr 16, 2017 7:09 pm quote
We have a small group (currently 4) riding to AmeriVespa from Santa Barbara, leaving on Saturday, July 1st. We are riding up the coast. It would be cool if we could hook up with the San Francisco group!
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Thu Apr 27, 2017 7:01 pm quote
Hey Brookdain, I just requested to join your Facebook group. I'm riding from Sacramento but would like to see your route. Maybe my riding buddy and I can hook up with you guys for part of the ride or something.
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Thu May 04, 2017 12:13 pm quote
Saturday Schedule Released
The Saturday schedule for Amerivespa has been posted. There are some great things happening. Special thank here to Heidenau Tires for sponsoring our happy hour (and thanks to Big People Scooters in Seattle for sponsoring the Thursday Meet & Greet!). View the schedule HERE.

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Wed May 10, 2017 12:30 pm quote
Amerivespa and VCOA Combo Pack Deal
05.19-05.21. Your deal awaits.

More information will be released in the upcoming week.

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Fri May 12, 2017 7:10 am quote
Hotel Deca - 6 Rooms Left
Hotel Deca has informed us that we have just 6 rooms left for the Amerivespa rally before we've SOLD OUT the hotel! Available dates for your reservation are July 5-9.

If you have not yet made your reservations at Hotel Deca, now is the time to do so!

Reserve your room now.
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Fri May 12, 2017 9:26 pm quote
our room has been booked ever since the initial announcement. is anyone bringing vintage bikes from out of town? I still can't decide which bike to bring....
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Mon May 15, 2017 7:07 am quote
Nuttmeg44 wrote:
our room has been booked ever since the initial announcement. is anyone bringing vintage bikes from out of town? I still can't decide which bike to bring....
I really want to bring my Rally, but I think I'm going to opt for the '15 Primavera. We are stashing some bikes in a box truck trekking from New Orleans to Seattle and I'd hate to damage that baby. I know, it's really kind of wrong to care for that bike more than my other, but I can't help it!

Seattle has a wicked vintage scene though!
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Mon May 15, 2017 11:36 am quote
Jescka084 wrote:
I really want to bring my Rally, but I think I'm going to opt for the '15 Primavera. We are stashing some bikes in a box truck trekking from New Orleans to Seattle and I'd hate to damage that baby. I know, it's really kind of wrong to care for that bike more than my other, but I can't help it!

Seattle has a wicked vintage scene though!
I'm very aware of that vintage scene! I used to live down in that area. I now live two hours north of Seattle. We have found some amazing bikes in that town and in Portland too! I keep hoping that I will see some different vintage bikes to see what others are doing and creating. I had a Modern when I lived there so don't get me wrong but I probably won't ride in Seattle on my bikes unless it's mostly vintage in the group. I'd rather stay behind and socialize. The roads and traffic scare the beejeesus out of me.
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Mon May 15, 2017 12:27 pm quote
I'm very aware of that vintage scene! I used to live down in that area. I now live two hours north of Seattle. We have found some amazing bikes in that town and in Portland too! I keep hoping that I will see some different vintage bikes to see what others are doing and creating. I had a Modern when I lived there so don't get me wrong but I probably won't ride in Seattle on my bikes unless it's mostly vintage in the group. I'd rather stay behind and socialize. The roads and traffic scare the beejeesus out of me.[/quote]

I didn't even look at where you were from - DUH! Well, good, you solidified my decision to bring the Primavera then. Maybe I'll post a survey on the Amerivespa page and just see what everyone is bringing.... Ya, I like that idea, as I'm curious myself.
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Mon May 15, 2017 8:40 pm quote
I didn't even look at where you were from - DUH! Well, good, you solidified my decision to bring the Primavera then. Maybe I'll post a survey on the Amerivespa page and just see what everyone is bringing.... Ya, I like that idea, as I'm curious myself.[/quote]

a dear Facebook friend of mine whom I have known since I started in the scoot scene here was in a incredibly serious accident on her brand new (not even done finalizing the insurance policy) vespa. She now is suffering from a TBI due to the accident and it was solely due to the light rail tracks in seattle! So people need to be very diligent and watch out for the roads with the light rail! She was not entangled with any other vehicles just the tracks because they run with traffic and have caused lots of grief for bicyclists as well. Seeing a Nurse go through what she is going through is heartbreaking. Anyway, yeah that probably will dictate the routes that the rides take because this accident greatly effected the scoot scene there. I don't think it has even been a year from her accident.

*Denise if you are on here reading this I hope you are doing well! Keep smiling and taking those beautiful pictures! I hope to see you at AmeriVespa.*
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Mon May 15, 2017 9:00 pm quote
J- Why don't you bring your Rally? Show it off and be proud of it. Sit towards the end of the pack and you'll be able to see road hazards and how people react to traffic. It's not a race course. Enjoy it!

I'll be riding vintage and will keep an eye out for you Meg.
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Mon May 15, 2017 9:10 pm quote
MJRally wrote:
J- Why don't you bring your Rally? Show it off and be proud of it. Sit towards the end of the pack and you'll be able to see road hazards and how people react to traffic. It's not a race course. Enjoy it!

I'll be riding vintage and will keep an eye out for you Meg.
I am on the fence as to what bike to take but it is probably going to be my 1975 Primmy. It is my most customized with custom made drop bars and even autographed by a couple local celebrities (people call it scribbles). this bike came to me rattle canned and I just changed a few bits. I put a bird on it, because I got it from Portland and then for some reason we put the Bellingham airport code on it that day. It is running on points still too unlike a lot of my other smallies.
I won't be hard to miss.... it is either that bike or my PK but I am thinking this one.

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Mon May 15, 2017 9:12 pm quote
Nuttmeg44 wrote:
MJRally wrote:
J- Why don't you bring your Rally? Show it off and be proud of it. Sit towards the end of the pack and you'll be able to see road hazards and how people react to traffic. It's not a race course. Enjoy it!

I'll be riding vintage and will keep an eye out for you Meg.
I am on the fence as to what bike to take but it is probably going to be my 1975 Primmy. It is my most customized with custom made drop bars and even autographed by a couple local celebrities (people call it scribbles). this bike came to me rattle canned and I just changed a few bits. I put a bird on it, because I got it from Portland and then for some reason we put the Bellingham airport code on it that day. It is running on points still too unlike a lot of my other smallies.
I won't be hard to miss.... it is either that bike or my PK but I am thinking this one.
Awesome. I'll be on whatever scoot Terry lets me borrow. He's got plenty to choose from.
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Mon May 15, 2017 9:16 pm quote
MJRally wrote:
Awesome. I'll be on whatever scoot Terry lets me borrow. He's got plenty to choose from.
Terry has some awesome bikes! My blue 50r is from him! My 9" smallie! its awesome.
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Tue May 16, 2017 5:49 am quote
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis? That's awesome! You obviously ran into them on your scoot, very cool!

I really want to bring it, MJ, but I'm worried. We're packing 12 scoots in a 26' box truck, so if anything were to happen to that, I'd be devastated. If it were closer to Florida, I wouldn't worry - but 24 hours drive each way in a box truck is a long way. I'm so proud of that bike, and have babied it, too much probably. I do love my Primavera though. I feel guilty even admitting I'd prefer to take my Rally. LOL

Can't wait to see you all in Seattle!
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Tue May 16, 2017 7:43 am quote
Amerivespa Patch Design Released
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Tue May 16, 2017 2:09 pm quote
Pleeeaae bring a shifty Meg. I'd love to see at least one from your stable of beauties.
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Tue May 16, 2017 7:46 pm quote
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Pleeeaae bring a shifty Meg. I'd love to see at least one from your stable of beauties.
All I have is shifty's except the '77 ciao moped...

I need to clean the carb on the '75 (pictured above) it is acting a fool lately and it is totally carb related. I rode it today while rocking out to Macklemore on my bluetooth. I am hoping to bring the '75 because of the autographs and drop bars also it is the best runner. IF we can get the '66 working I am going to have a tough decision because I have wanted a patina bluebadge for years. It is soooo close.
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Wed May 17, 2017 6:51 am quote
Wish I could be there.
Still mad that I couldn't find a way to be there.

Couldn't plan ahead far enough to have a babysitter for my kiddo and a way to tow the scoots. Chicago is a long way!

Wanted to show off the dark green/metallic green (late 70's Cadillac color) V90 Smallie

This all due to my incompetence. Seattle woulda been awesome!
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Wed May 17, 2017 10:44 am quote
Re: Wish I could be there.
Rudechem wrote:
Still mad that I couldn't find a way to be there.

Couldn't plan ahead far enough to have a babysitter for my kiddo and a way to tow the scoots. Chicago is a long way!

Wanted to show off the dark green/metallic green (late 70's Cadillac color) V90 Smallie

This all due to my incompetence. Seattle woulda been awesome!
It's a long way for us too, I feel your pain! We will miss you in Seattle!
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