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      David Eastly
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      Feb. 18th – Feb 20th.
      The Death Valley Rendezvous, #30, is the oldest, lowest and longest continuous Airheads rally. Folks ride from all over the US. It takes place at Furnace Creek, and most attendees camp. There is nearby lodging, but by camping, you will get the full Airhead experience. Since it’s a holiday weekend, I recommend that you book early if you plan to hotel. (Is that even a verb?)
      DVR pre-reregistration is a must. They have limited campsites and expect a good turn out, so register early. It is possible that they might sell out.
      The Airhead chefs will again cook dinner and breakfasts, starting Friday night and ending with Sunday breakfast. Your registration fee includes camping, food, satisfying beverages and John Covington’s legendary “campfires”.
      All bikes are welcome, but there will be plenty of vintage bikes to admire. I will be leading a ride there on my Airhead, so I’ll be riding at a relaxed pace, max speed around 75mph. All other Airheads or folks that aren’t in a rush are welcome to ride along. If you enjoy dashing through the desert, ride your own ride, and I’ll meet you there!
      There will be many great Saturday day-ride options such as Dante’s View, the town of Darwin and the Wildrose Charcoal Kilns. If you’ve never experienced Death Vally, this is the perfect time of year to do it. And….. the stars at night are amazing.
      Registration before 1/31/22 is $80, afterwards registration is $100, if there are spots available! If you need to cancel do so before 1/31 for a full refund. Please make your check out to: John Covington 1707 Victoria Dr Fullerton, Ca 92831 or paypal to jwcov@yahoo.com and don’t forget to sign up on the South Coaster ride list to help us get a headcount.
      You can check out the Airhead club website at https://www.airheads.org
      We’ll meet Friday morning at Panera Bread in La Canada. More details to follow….
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      David Eastly
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      • Topics: 7
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      Feb. 18th – Feb 20th.
      The Death Valley Rendezvous, #30, is the oldest, lowest and longest continuous Airheads rally. Folks ride from all over the US. It takes place at Furnace Creek, and most attendees camp. There is nearby lodging, but by camping, you will get the full Airhead experience. Since it’s a holiday weekend, I recommend that you book early if you plan to hotel. (Is that even a verb?)
      DVR pre-reregistration is a must. They have limited campsites and expect a good turn out, so register early. It is possible that they might sell out.
      The Airhead chefs will again cook dinner and breakfasts, starting Friday night and ending with Sunday breakfast. Your registration fee includes camping, food, satisfying beverages and John Covington’s legendary “campfires”.
      All bikes are welcome, but there will be plenty of vintage bikes to admire. I will be leading a ride there on my Airhead, so I’ll be riding at a relaxed pace, max speed around 75mph. All other Airheads or folks that aren’t in a rush are welcome to ride along. If you enjoy dashing through the desert, ride your own ride, and I’ll meet you there!
      There will be many great Saturday day-ride options such as Dante’s View, the town of Darwin and the Wildrose Charcoal Kilns. If you’ve never experienced Death Vally, this is the perfect time of year to do it. And….. the stars at night are amazing.
      Registration before 1/31/22 is $80, afterwards registration is $100, if there are spots available! If you need to cancel do so before 1/31 for a full refund. Please make your check out to: John Covington 1707 Victoria Dr Fullerton, Ca 92831 or paypal to jwcov@yahoo.com and don’t forget to sign up on the South Coaster ride list to help us get a headcount.
      You can check out the Airhead club website at https://www.airheads.org
      We’ll meet Friday morning at Panera Bread in La Canada. More details to follow….
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