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Midwest Rally/Moto GP August 22-28, 2011

Time to plan for the first annual Midwest Rally. Figure I will start this on Monday August 22nd with rides Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. We will take part in a parade in downtown Indianapolis on Wednesday prior to the ride. Thursday will be another ride day or we can go to Indy Triumph and Indy Ducati for demo rides. Friday will be the first day of qualifying at the Moto GP. Friday night we will go to the Bikes on Meridian event and peruse the 20,000 bikes that congregate in downtown Indianapolis or go to the enduro cross championship race. Saturday is the second day of qualifying and that night we can go to the Indy Mile dirt track race. Sunday is the Moto GP race.

Several local riders have offered to host riders on couches and spare bedrooms but we would like a count so we can arrange for everyone. If some would like to camp, I have a large backyard available. This is a multi-forum meet so any type of bike is welcome.



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I'm riding down to the Indy GP from Michigan again this year. A friend and I were planning on camping out somewhere.... Wouldn't mind some people to ride the twisties with.....it's brown county, right?

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Brown County and beyond... Might make it down to the Ohio River one of the days...



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Sounds like a good idea to me. I will be at the track on all three days for MotoGP. Is Scott playing host again before the bikes on Meridian?

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Yep.



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We should all camp out together.....twisties, campfires, a little beer, and motoGP!

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I was going to gauge interest in making the ride on Monday an overnighter down by the Ohio River coming back to Indy on Tuesday. Could be fun but some small cost to doing that for everyone. Plus, some might not have luggage for camping equipment or might not be into camping.



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Guess who will be there for the 3rd year running?

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Couch space is starting to fill up. I have a queen size blow up mattress and plenty of yard space if there are some who want to camp...



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It's official, I will be organizing a group buy for the 2011 Moto GP. The tickets are General Admission and are $60. Need a minimum of 20 people. The group buy comes with a Moto GP water bottle, a little grab bag type backpack, free parking on the 500 track (bikes only), a $5 voucher for the gift shop, and a parade lap on the Moto GP track (bikes only). Message me if interested.



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for this group buy is it seats in the stands or do we have to sit on "the grassy stands"

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I tried to get enough people for a group buy on the tickets but so far have come up short. You can, however, get in on the Cycle World Group Buy for about the same money and with all the same perks. Just go to imstix.com/promotions and enter CW11GP in the package promotional code box or call (866)221-8775.



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I will be there for Indy fo sho! Won't be pulling wheelies down Meridian (SP?) this time however. Or smoking Suzuki's (with pretty blue lights) while drag racing . Nope, I will be on my ST 1300 cuz, I am riding out to Colorado for an extended trip with some buddies afterwards. Looking forward to seeing you fellas again!

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So, what does everyone who's coming drink? Planning on going to Sam's Club and stocking up. Best deals are on Modello, Killian's Irish Red, Sam Adams, and hard liqueur. Also when are people going to show up? I'm down for whenever but would like to know so I can plan meals for ya'll.


Festivities begin on Wednesday August 24 with a parade. Next event is on Friday the 26th first with practice on the track then a multi forum meetup followed by Bikes on Meridian (20,000+ bikes lined up downtown Indy). Saturday the 27th is qualifying then burgers, ribs, and such at my house. There will also be various events in town such as the Indy Mile dirt track racing that evening. Sunday the 28th is the race. For those not leaving until Monday, we can then go ride with dinner at my house that evening. Breakfast will be provided each day and dinner on Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday.



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I will make it for a few days, just not sure how many. Im only 1.5 hours away

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for this group buy is it seats in the stands or do we have to sit on "the grassy stands"
You can do either... Gen admission gets you in both.



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I will make it for a few days, just not sure how many. Im only 1.5 hours away
Are you planning on commuting there each day or do you want/need a place to stay?



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Depends on the misses.

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You know I will be there. Haven't missed one yet. For all that love to ride, this is a great time. Nothing like hanging around a bunch of people who just love bikes. I got a group buy code from a guy at the local Honda dealer too. I am planning on doing like last year. Sending my box of clothes and such the week before and showing up on tuesday or wednesday, but the Ohio river ride sounds like a blast as well. I'll let you know for sure. Was planning on getting seats up in section B again. Does that sound good?

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Would I be a bad bestman if I ditched my buddies bachelor party to go to the race? I had plans with another friend to go, but then this came up. I always thought the bestman planned the bachelor party, but I guess not...

I'd be all over the group deal!

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I think I'm just doing Gen Admission... Gotta save the pennies with baby number 3 on the way.



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Depends on the misses.

Hope ya can make it man! It'll be good to catch up!

Looks like I will be arriving Thursday night..

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Well, I may have read it wrong, but I believe with the group discount the general admissions are $60 and the reserved boxes are $70.

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Yup $60 is all it takes to get into 3 days of racing.



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I am seriously considering trying to make this race as I've never been to one. Is there anything to the VIP Village or "Penthouse" tickets? Like these:

2 RedBull Indianapolis GP Tickets 8/28/11 MotoGP - eBay (item 250866028708 end time Aug-08-11 13:35:38 PDT)

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Not sure... Never wanted to spend that kind of money... The nice thing about the Penthouses is that you can watch both sides of the track as they have a back patio looking towards the back straight.



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If you are asking if they are good tickets, yes, they are very good. If you want "low stress" seats, you can't beat those.

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By the way, to clarify, all the Terrace seating is on the infield. E Penthouse is not a terrace seat so they would be on the outside of the track. All the action will be infront of you. I believe E Penthouse are one of the better penthouse seats because the bikes don't go "under" you. You won't be rocking back and forth in your chair the entire race trying to see the bikes. Look at the track map and you'll see what I mean.

You also have a huge video board in front of you if I'm not mistaken. If you want to go for the weekend, I'd snatch those up. You'll be glad you did.

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Thanks for the intel - exactly what I needed to know. I am going to do some research now to see if I get a hotel anywhere nearby. I am willing to splurge a little on the tickets if I am going to make the trek from Miami.

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Thanks for the intel - exactly what I needed to know. I am going to do some research now to see if I get a hotel anywhere nearby. I am willing to splurge a little on the tickets if I am going to make the trek from Miami.
You got me thinking about it,... so I jumped on some tickets too. Penthouse B, but mine are race day only. Sweeeeeeeeeet!!

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Hmm something is wrong with that eBay price. Those penthouse E tickets are available on the Indy speedway website for 130 ea, so 260 for two. Why is that guy asking 315 for them, plus shipping?? I sent him an e-mail - he states that it's sold out but it is not.

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Its a multi-day ticket pass. Can't say if the price is any cheaper, but its a full weekend ticket.

$130 per ticket is just the raceday price.

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Hmm something is wrong with that eBay price. Those penthouse E tickets are available on the Indy speedway website for 130 ea, so 260 for two. Why is that guy asking 315 for them, plus shipping?? I sent him an e-mail - he states that it's sold out but it is not.

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Ah you're right, thanks. Two of the 2-day passes would be another $50, so that's $310 total. He has a starting bid of 315 plus 25 shipping - still seems high. Oh wait the Indy site has a $7 service fee, so that's 317...he's offering a $2 discount That is, before his shipping of 25...

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I see a 4 pack set of race day tickets on there now two seats down from me for almost half price. Buy them, and sell what you don't need. You have plenty of time.

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Ah you're right, thanks. Two of the 2-day passes would be another $50, so that's $310 total. He has a starting bid of 315 plus 25 shipping - still seems high. Oh wait the Indy site has a $7 service fee, so that's 317...he's offering a $2 discount That is, before his shipping of 25...

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Thanks for the intel - exactly what I needed to know. I am going to do some research now to see if I get a hotel anywhere nearby. I am willing to splurge a little on the tickets if I am going to make the trek from Miami.
If you want to stay in a house, we have several members who have offered up extra beds... This option also makes it easy to party with us since you don't have to ride back to a hotel...



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If you want to stay in a house, we have several members who have offered up extra beds... This option also makes it easy to party with us since you don't have to ride back to a hotel...
Thanks man I appreciate it. I will confirm in a day or two - have to work out my business travel plans for August to make sure I can get up there. As for the tickets, I only need one so I'm not sure what I'll buy yet. I definitely want a nice seat. My girlfriend recently left me, partially due to 919 envy, so I don't know if I'll be traveling alone or not. There are contract travel mates available in Miami so I have to check rates.

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Great minds think alike. Too bad I'm not a "wealthy benefactor" because otherwise one of those arrangements might work. I prefer to use day laborers.

It looks like my schedule is going to work out for a Indy trip. I'm still researching the seating differences. It appears that penthouse E may have a slightly better view than B, but I don't see much difference. Being able to see the Jumbotron is key, I think, as no seat allows you see more than a few sections of the track.

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You will have a better view of the Jumbotron in E, but the views of the track will be pretty much the same for the road course.

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Great minds think alike. Too bad I'm not a "wealthy benefactor" because otherwise one of those arrangements might work. I prefer to use day laborers.

It looks like my schedule is going to work out for a Indy trip. I'm still researching the seating differences. It appears that penthouse E may have a slightly better view than B, but I don't see much difference. Being able to see the Jumbotron is key, I think, as no seat allows you see more than a few sections of the track.

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