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    Upcoming Driving Events

     



    Here is one that is happening in Johnson Creek, WI on May 18th. There will also be sister events in NW Arkansas on June 8th / Springfield, MO on June 20 / Combined Oklahoma City and Dallas on Sept 28th / St Louis on Oct 12th.


    The Hot Rod Hundred is designed to bring back something that has been missing for the last few decades…..driving. The Hot Rod Hundred will be a drive that is off of the beaten path of everyday travel, for most folks. We'll drive on two lane state highways, cruise through some small towns, and have some rest stops along the way, so we can admire each other's cars and regroup. You are guaranteed a route that is 100 miles or greater. You can click the link to sign up or for more info.

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    Greybeards think anything under 1,000 is not a run but a trip to coffee or lunch.

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    Yep.
    What he said.
    New Zealand is a pretty small country (also: small pretty country,) and it's not uncommon for us to drive 200 miles or more to attend an event, participate in the event; then drive the 200 plus miles home again.
    So a 100 mile event is a doddle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scooting View Post
    Greybeards think anything under 1,000 is not a run but a trip to coffee or lunch.
    Yep, 100 miles is just to awake in the am, the rest of the day is when all the fun starts. From the un official head of the Greybeards
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    When I get to where I was goin, I forgot why I went there>

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    i just wish i could keep one long enough to get it dirty ....
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