Five Feathers Ride - March 7th

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Five Feathers Ride - March 7th

Postby Bob Morrow » Tue Jan 06, 2009 1:06 pm

Expresso Riders FIVE FEATHERS Poker Fun Run and Gaming Competition

March 7, 2009. Sign up in the Calendar section at the EXR website http://www.expressoriders.org. Rules and registration available at the rally point and via email after Feb 2nd.

Rally Point: Starbuck Natomas, I5 @ Arena Blvd. 0800 TFBECO: 0830

Two competitions:

1. Poker Fun Run is a fundraiser with a $5 buy in per participant. One hand per person, pillions may also buy in a hand. Half proceeds go to EXR Treasury, the other half to the rider with the highest hand after drawing a card at each of the five Indian Casinos.

2. Largest Haul. This is a "friendly competition"
Bob Morrow
 

Re: Five Feathers Ride - March 7th

Postby Phil Wood » Wed Jan 07, 2009 9:26 am

TFBECO?

I'm guessing it has something to do with "Fully fueled, cigarettes out, gear on, engine running and ready to roll?
Phil Wood
 

Re: Five Feathers Ride - March 7th

Postby Bob Morrow » Wed Jan 07, 2009 11:16 am

Tank Full, Bladder Empty, Clutch Out
Bob Morrow
 

Re: Five Feathers Ride - March 7th

Postby Bob Morrow » Wed Jan 07, 2009 11:25 am

TFBECO - The achronym is pronounced "tuff-BEE-coh" in conversational motovernacular.

"Say Larry, looks like most of the riders are here. What time is tuff-BEE-coh(TFBECO), eight-thirty?"
Bob Morrow
 

Re: Five Feathers Ride - March 7th

Postby John Beaver » Wed Jan 07, 2009 1:35 pm

I guess for the two-up riders it would be "tuff-Bee-po-coh" (Tanks full, bladders empty, pillon on, clutch out).

John
John Beaver
 

Re: Five Feathers Ride - March 7th

Postby Bob Morrow » Wed Jan 07, 2009 1:46 pm

Starting to sound native american or maybe a new do-wap song!

I ride two-up most of the time and I can tell you the TF and CO won't take you very far unless both rider and pillion are BE. ;^)
Bob Morrow
 


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