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Wed May 17, 2017 10:51 am quote
You have waited patiently, and now we are here to tell you about this exciting Amerivespa Rally Registration offer.

May 19th - May 21st ONLY, register for Amerivespa and receive a discounted one year membership for Vespa Club of America!

New VCOA members will receive a one year VCOA membership for just $10 with their combo pack purchase. That means you get all of the benefits that VCOA membership has to offer you with a $25 savings - that is over a 70% savings!

Existing VCOA members who register and select the combo pack option will extend their current membership one full year for just $5!

VCOA members enjoy discounts at local and national retailers, VCOA badge stickers for your ride (and whatever else you want to slap them onto), an embroidered club patch and more! Our membership partners bring added value to your membership by offering huge savings on their products and services.... shoes, clothing, apparel, scooter parts including tires, scooter accessories for security and convenience, and the list goes on and on!

In one foul swoop you can gather up this years best offer from the Vespa Club of America. Get registered for Amerivespa '17 and become a VCOA member. Act fast, this offer is only valid May 19-21, 2017.
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Sun May 21, 2017 1:15 pm quote
Amerivespa Seattle Auction Details
We have just heard that the auction house, Neale and Sons has all of the auction details online now. You can view the items that will be up for sale and see starting bid information as well! Click HERE to see the items or head to the VCOA blog.
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Mon May 22, 2017 12:12 pm quote
I registered three days ago.
I was still able to book a room at the Deca and use the code the same day.
I will be riding up from San Diego via 395 to Truckee CA, through Lassen Volcanic Park, over to the coast to Fortuna and then north along the coast up to Seattle.

6/1 Bishop CA
6/2 Lake Davis, CA
6/3 Mt. Shasta CA
6/4 Florence, OR
6/5 Aberdeen WA
6/6 Seattle, WA


Look for the BV350 with Topcase and bright yellow Wolfman Bag strapped on the seat.

See you all there

Last edited by JHop on Tue Jun 20, 2017 7:27 am; edited 1 time in total
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Mon May 22, 2017 3:30 pm quote
JHop wrote:
I registered three days ago.
I was still able to book a room at the Deca and use the code the same day.
I will be riding up from San Diego via 395 to Truckee CA, through Lassen Volcanic Park, over to the coast to Fortuna and then north along the coast up to Seattle.

Look for the BV350 with Topcase and bright yellow Wolfman Bag strapped on the seat.

See you all there
Woohoo! Enjoy the ride from San Diego! See you in Seattle.
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Mon May 29, 2017 8:00 pm quote
The Mocker wrote:
People wanting to avoid I-5 from Portland to Seattle should check out the route the STP bike ride uses:

https://www.cascade.org/ride-major-rides-group-health-stp-about-ride/route


I'll be doing a couple rides down to Oregon and back exploring other routes soon. I'll share details when I do.
Any good tips on coming in from Seaside? It looks like it would be possible to take Hw 6 across to join the bike routing in Chehalis/Centralia. Avoiding "Interstate" types roads would certainly be nice.
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Tue May 30, 2017 6:28 am quote
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Any good tips on coming in from Seaside? It looks like it would be possible to take Hw 6 across to join the bike routing in Chehalis/Centralia. Avoiding "Interstate" types roads would certainly be nice.
If you don't mind the extra riding, here are three routes off- slab. Longest is about 5 1/2 hrs.


https://goo.gl/maps/HGGiPvY8Aw12
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Tue May 30, 2017 7:01 am quote
JHop wrote:
If you don't mind the extra riding, here are three routes off- slab. Longest is about 5 1/2 hrs.


https://goo.gl/maps/HGGiPvY8Aw12
Thanks, option 3 via WA6 is similar the the one I put together that joined up with the bike routing. The bike routing had more "surface streets" resulting in a little more distance and time. Taking a ferry with the scoot would be a nice touch too with option 1.
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Tue May 30, 2017 8:41 am quote
Someone asked if there would be any Ferry rides during the rally on another thread. The answer is, I'm not quite sure - but I don't believe so. If you're going to bring your passport and head up to B.C. while you're there, definitely a ferry ride. I don't believe that there are any ferry rides on the general Seattle rally rides, but that could change, or I could be missing information.
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Tue May 30, 2017 9:08 am quote
Well if we're going to Bainbridge Island....
That'll be a ferry ride on Friday.
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Tue May 30, 2017 12:56 pm quote
Re: Well if we're going to Bainbridge Island....
phaskins wrote:
That'll be a ferry ride on Friday.
See, you know more than I do! I'll second that then, looking at the schedule the Emerald City Flying Monkeys SC are hosing a Bainbridge ride which as phaskins pointed out would be a ferry ride. There you have it.
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Wed May 31, 2017 5:34 pm quote
Online Registration Closes June 5
Friendly reminder, online registration closes Monday June 5th. You can still register at the door, but of course, it's always more!

See you in Seattle.
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Mon Jun 05, 2017 1:22 pm quote
I registered today but still am not 100% sure I'm going. Currently I'm Vespa less but may buy one on the west coast and ride it back after Amerivespa.
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Mon Jun 05, 2017 1:40 pm quote
cdwise wrote:
I registered today but still am not 100% sure I'm going. Currently I'm Vespa less but may buy one on the west coast and ride it back after Amerivespa.
Sounds awesome, hope to see you there!
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Thu Jun 08, 2017 10:02 am quote
Genuine - Raffle Scooter
We just got word from our friends at Genuine Scooter Company that they are providing a brand new Genuine Buddy Kick 125cc scooter for the Amerivespa 2017 raffle!

You can check out this great scooter HERE on Genuine's site, and for additional details, please check out our BLOG.

We couldn't put on this great rally without the generosity of our great sponsors. These guys definitely make the show go on! Please be sure to thank them in Seattle, and definitely show them a little love out on the vendor concourse.

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Fri Jun 09, 2017 6:40 am quote
Jescka084 wrote:
We just got word from our friends at Genuine Scooter Company that they are providing a brand new Genuine Buddy Kick 125cc scooter for the Amerivespa 2017 raffle!
How do the raffles work? Do you buy tickets or is your entry your ticket?
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Fri Jun 09, 2017 11:12 am quote
Usually, we have purchased tickets at $1 apiece. There might also be a ticket in the rally packs. (he thinks)
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Sun Jun 11, 2017 5:00 pm quote
rtinney wrote:
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!
Purzell wrote:
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.
We're leaving from Napa, CA on July 3rd... riding up the coast to Eureka, CA
July 4th Eureka, CA to Eugene, OR
July 5th Eugene, OR to Seattle, WA

It would be great to meet up with more people.
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Mon Jun 12, 2017 6:58 am quote
JHop wrote:
Usually, we have purchased tickets at $1 apiece. There might also be a ticket in the rally packs. (he thinks)
That is correct, you can purchase raffle tickets throughout the rally for $1 a piece. The raffle includes all sorts of amazing goodies from our sponsors. Helmets, apparel, electronics, tires, and of course, the big kahunas - scooters!

There will be folks walking around with rolls of raffle tickets, just pull one aside, hand them your cash and stash your tickets some place safely.

Pro Tip: Download 'Raffle Tickets' from the iTunes store for an easy way to manage your tickets during the raffle. Do NOT discard your paper tickets as those are required to claim your prize, but it's muchhhhh easier to look at a screen with your numbers than to sift through all of your tickets as numbers are being called.
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Wed Jun 14, 2017 8:29 am quote
After visiting Seattle in 07 for Amerivespa I've been aching to get back. The wife and I will be driving up from Colorado. Not sure if we will be bringing bikes. As much as we would love to have our own scoots at the rally we have friends and family in Seattle that have offered to hook us up with something. Most likely we will end up on motorcycles since the bikes offered are from a local motorcycle/car club. Back in 07 we flew in and rented from Scootabout. They set me up a TGB 50, even though I had reserved a 125. Anyway that's not important, We are looking forward to 2017. The Itinerary looks great as always, and Im excited for the auction on Sunday. Maybe we'll be bringing something back to Colorado with us... See you all in a month, don't cold shoulder the scooterist on the borrowed motorcycles...
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Wed Jun 21, 2017 10:28 am quote
John_Tonic wrote:
After visiting Seattle in 07 for Amerivespa I've been aching to get back. The wife and I will be driving up from Colorado. Not sure if we will be bringing bikes. As much as we would love to have our own scoots at the rally we have friends and family in Seattle that have offered to hook us up with something. Most likely we will end up on motorcycles since the bikes offered are from a local motorcycle/car club. Back in 07 we flew in and rented from Scootabout. They set me up a TGB 50, even though I had reserved a 125. Anyway that's not important, We are looking forward to 2017. The Itinerary looks great as always, and Im excited for the auction on Sunday. Maybe we'll be bringing something back to Colorado with us... See you all in a month, don't cold shoulder the scooterist on the borrowed motorcycles...
That is awesome, I look forward to meeting you. Make sure to find me and say hello! I'm from Colorado also, right outside of Denver. I live in Florida now, but miss home every day. Almost 30 years a mile high, it's hard to live anywhere else sometimes, even when you stare at the ocean every day, it's just not the same.
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Wed Jun 21, 2017 9:45 pm quote
Well at this point it looks like I'll be flying in from Denver and renting a Buddy. Sadly it seems like all that will be available is 50cc. Time doesn't allow me to ride this time.
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Mon Jun 26, 2017 2:39 pm quote
cdwise wrote:
Well at this point it looks like I'll be flying in from Denver and renting a Buddy. Sadly it seems like all that will be available is 50cc. Time doesn't allow me to ride this time.
I won't be able to go this year. But cdwise, that 50cc will probably have you giggling with fun. I rode a 50cc rental at Amerivespa in New Orleans. I kept saying "I'm taking it easy in the big easy" - since I could barely get any speed from the little scoot. But still ear to ear grins and chuckles as people passed me.
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Mon Jun 26, 2017 5:07 pm quote
gopam wrote:
cdwise wrote:
Well at this point it looks like I'll be flying in from Denver and renting a Buddy. Sadly it seems like all that will be available is 50cc. Time doesn't allow me to ride this time.
I won't be able to go this year. But cdwise, that 50cc will probably have you giggling with fun. I rode a 50cc rental at Amerivespa in New Orleans. I kept saying "I'm taking it easy in the big easy" - since I could barely get any speed from the little scoot. But still ear to ear grins and chuckles as people passed me.
Well they haven't even confirmed that I can rent a 50 or any other scooter keep saying "should be available". Not sure I want to spend the money to fly out and not have something to ride.
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Tue Jun 27, 2017 9:35 am quote
cdwise wrote:
gopam wrote:
cdwise wrote:
Well at this point it looks like I'll be flying in from Denver and renting a Buddy. Sadly it seems like all that will be available is 50cc. Time doesn't allow me to ride this time.
I won't be able to go this year. But cdwise, that 50cc will probably have you giggling with fun. I rode a 50cc rental at Amerivespa in New Orleans. I kept saying "I'm taking it easy in the big easy" - since I could barely get any speed from the little scoot. But still ear to ear grins and chuckles as people passed me.
Well they haven't even confirmed that I can rent a 50 or any other scooter keep saying "should be available". Not sure I want to spend the money to fly out and not have something to ride.
Hey Cheryl -

I understand that. We went through hell and high water arranging for our scooters to get up from Florida this year. It was no easy feat. If there are no more rentals available there is always the option of motorcycle rentals. I think that Freedom Riders (if I recall the name right) has some smaller cc: motorcycle rentals. Were you working with ScootAbout?
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Tue Jun 27, 2017 9:43 am quote
cdwise wrote:
Well they haven't even confirmed that I can rent a 50 or any other scooter keep saying "should be available". Not sure I want to spend the money to fly out and not have something to ride.
Hey Cheryl -

I understand that. We went through hell and high water arranging for our scooters to get up from Florida this year. It was no easy feat. If there are no more rentals available there is always the option of motorcycle rentals. I think that Freedom Riders (if I recall the name right) has some smaller cc: motorcycle rentals. Were you working with ScootAbout?[/quote]
Yeah, I've been working with ScootAbout. I have a pin in my left ankle which makes shifting uncomfortable after a very short time. Plus I haven't ridden a shifting motorcycle since 2010.

I'm supposed to find out one way or another re scooter in the next day or two so I'll make my final decision then .
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Wed Jun 28, 2017 12:23 am quote
Coming up from Los Angeles on a Burgman 650, along the coast.

I'd considered riding my 150S, but I'm pretty sure I need the 650's underseat cargo hold and ability to fast-forward the return trip down I-5. And if people are resorting to renting motorcycles, I can live with attending on a non-Vespa scooter. Even if it is like bringing a Winnebago to a smart car rally...
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Wed Jun 28, 2017 2:38 pm quote
What rides will be 50cc friendly?
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Wed Jun 28, 2017 3:00 pm quote
Ferry procedures (Bainbridge-Seattle)
I've read that motorcycles can mostly bypass the lines and are loaded separately (first if in place before boarding starts, last if they arrive once boarding has started), but the information I saw was at least two years old and wasn't specific to the Bainbridge-Seattle run.

I know lane-splitting is not allowed in WA.
Apparently there are "local traffic only" lanes near the terminals that can be used to bypass at least part of the lines, and it may(?) be ok for motorcycles to use them to get up front?

It's been years since I've been on WA ferries, and at the time I wasn't on a bike and didn't think to ask.

Is there anyone familiar with the boarding process who could fill me in?

Thanks in advance!

Also, should I cross-post this to the General forum?
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Wed Jun 28, 2017 3:36 pm quote
Re: Ferry procedures (Bainbridge-Seattle)
Rusty J wrote:
I've read that motorcycles can mostly bypass the lines and are loaded separately (first if in place before boarding starts, last if they arrive once boarding has started), but the information I saw was at least two years old and wasn't specific to the Bainbridge-Seattle run.

I know lane-splitting is not allowed in WA.
Apparently there are "local traffic only" lanes near the terminals that can be used to bypass at least part of the lines, and it may(?) be ok for motorcycles to use them to get up front?

It's been years since I've been on WA ferries, and at the time I wasn't on a bike and didn't think to ask.

Is there anyone familiar with the boarding process who could fill me in?

Thanks in advance!

Also, should I cross-post this to the General forum?
When I took one of the ferries last year (Tacoma to Seattle via one of the islands) bikes were loaded first. Not sure about the local traffic only lanes though.
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Wed Jun 28, 2017 4:25 pm quote
Re: Ferry procedures (Bainbridge-Seattle)
Rusty J wrote:
I've read that motorcycles can mostly bypass the lines and are loaded separately (first if in place before boarding starts, last if they arrive once boarding has started), but the information I saw was at least two years old and wasn't specific to the Bainbridge-Seattle run.

I know lane-splitting is not allowed in WA.
Apparently there are "local traffic only" lanes near the terminals that can be used to bypass at least part of the lines, and it may(?) be ok for motorcycles to use them to get up front?
Yes, the state ferries allow motorcycles to cut in line (regardless of what some cagers might think). And you are correct in thinking that they do load first unless loading has already begun at which point they're held until the end.
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Wed Jun 28, 2017 4:49 pm quote
Well looks like I don't have to worry about 50cc friendly rides I've got the loan of a Honda CTX 700. Okay it isn't a scoot but I've got one at home so its a ride I'm familiar with and I bought mine at Amerivespa 2015 (traded a BV 500 in on it after riding the Indy track.)

So I'll see y'all there.
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Wed Jun 28, 2017 9:00 pm quote
Thanks for the quick responses -- this may end up changing my lodging arrangements for the better. I've got relatives on the Kitsap side I'd like to visit, but as very much non-riders they're convinced that attempting to commute over by ferry would doom me to missing the events. It's good to hear fellow riders' takes on the process.

And congrats on the bike arrangements!
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Thu Jun 29, 2017 7:07 am quote
JHop wrote:
I registered three days ago.
I was still able to book a room at the Deca and use the code the same day.
I will be riding up from San Diego via 395 to Truckee CA, through Lassen Volcanic Park, over to the coast to Fortuna and then north along the coast up to Seattle.

6/1 Bishop CA
6/2 Lake Davis, CA
6/3 Mt. Shasta CA
6/4 Florence, OR
6/5 Aberdeen WA
6/6 Seattle, WA


Look for the BV350 with Topcase and bright yellow Wolfman Bag strapped on the seat.

See you all there
Well, if you see an espresso GTV in Bishop - that's me! I'm pretty sure I've got the only Vespa in town. I'll have to start a club of one...
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Thu Jun 29, 2017 8:23 am quote
in reference to ferries. all motorcycles, scooters and bicycles are loaded first at the head of the ferry. first on first off. its pretty nice it goes for any ferry in the area here. Unless you arrive when boarding has started and then you are placed amongst all of the cars.
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Thu Jun 29, 2017 10:37 am quote
Ride Maps Are Posted!
Hey all, ride maps and QR codes are on up the Amerivespa site now for review before heading off to Seattle.

See you all next week!
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Thu Jun 29, 2017 5:46 pm quote
Rusty J wrote:
Thanks for the quick responses -- this may end up changing my lodging arrangements for the better. I've got relatives on the Kitsap side I'd like to visit, but as very much non-riders they're convinced that attempting to commute over by ferry would doom me to missing the events. It's good to hear fellow riders' takes on the process.

And congrats on the bike arrangements!
When loading from the Kitsap side you should be aware that there can be a significant backup on the roads leading to the ferry at busy times. You won't be able to lane split up to the ferry gate so be prepared timewise.
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Mon Jul 03, 2017 1:35 pm quote
Pics please
For those of us not going.....Post lots of nsm pics please! Have fun!
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Mon Jul 03, 2017 5:20 pm quote
modkuo wrote:
For those of us not going.....Post lots of nsm pics please! Have fun!
I'm going to bring my camera just for this reason!
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Mon Jul 03, 2017 5:32 pm quote
Trying to decide which camera to bring. If I'm going to be serious about photos then I'll bring the Canon 7D but I may just bring a little one or use my iPhone since there isn't going to be a lot of extra space in my pack.
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Tue Jul 04, 2017 7:12 am quote
Saturday Parking - Don James Center
HEADS UP ABOUT THE DON JAMES CENTER PARKING, SATURDAY NIGHT....

The entrance to the Don James Center is on the North side of the stadium, both E19 and E18 are about the same distance away from the entrance. E19 is smaller and would most likely fill up before everyone arrives.

*E12 has gate arms that will be closed during our event. Guests would have to pay to park there. E17 is reserved for ADA parking only.

NO PARKING in E12 or E17.
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