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Pre-register for the Damn Yankees Rally here:
Thursday evening campers please add $5
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Thanks to everyone who came to the 2014 Pemi River Rally! 80 or so folks enjoyed a pig roast, twisty roads and the camaraderie of the campfire. Please post your pictures on the forum and send your stories to Dwight for the Boxer Shorts. A special thanks to Bob Blethen for hauling the toy box and all the volunteers who helped out.

2014 Roving Breakfasts
The next roving breakfast is a roving breakfast Sunday Junly 20 at The Fairview Inn, Brant Rock Ma

Marc Waegemann will be leading a ride from the Home Depot in Rockland Ma. (Right at exit 14 on Route 3). Be there at 6:30 the ride starts at 7.
breakfast at 8AM, Meeting commences at 9AM
This is a great opportunity to explore the south shore beaches and rocky coastline. Meet the " YB Cranberry Bog Division" as Bradley likes to call it.

Damn Yankees Rally 2014
Our flagship event, the 19th annual Damn Yankees Rally in beautiful Heath Ma is August 1st 2014. We are looking for volunteers to help in all areas. Serving food, working the gate, running field events, giving presentations and picking up the empties. If you are interested please contact Dana Lewis, and post on the YB Forum. Last years DYR was simply amazing, special thanks to to Dana Lewis and Bob Blethen, The Heath Fire Department, The Town of Heath, The Rock The Silo Band, Doug Morrison and the Scottish Trials participants, the registration desk, kitchen crew, field events participants and the  Heath Agricultural Society. Thanks to Wagners BMW, White Horse Press, and the many others who contributed door prizes. Alyssa handed out two ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR 50-50 jackpots. It was a blast!
Read more about it here in the Greenfield Recorder

LimeRockz 2014
Our coolest new event at Lime Rock Park Last year we had about 70 participants, with four or so more locals who led rides and stayed around on Saturday (and who donated money to Survive the Drive.) We especially enjoyed the fifteen or so folks from Citi Beemers who contributed greatly to the event and pushed us up to 52 pre-registered. They are a fun bunch and brought their own french chef, Noel, who makes the best crab cakes around. They also brought two veterinarians from Newton in case one of the "sled-dogs" showed up. Great bunch, great fun. They promised to be back thisyear. Other than that we had attendees from Ohio, PA, NJ, NY, CT, MA, NH, ME. Thanks for supporting Survive the Drive and we'll see you in a few weeks!

The Boxer Shorts
In addition to our web site, discussion forum and breakfast meetings, we have a great newsletter. Please submit your articles and photos to Dwight Nevins by the 28th of the month. We want to hear from you!. Click here to read the Boxer Shorts online!

Check out this video of The new S1000R