I was one of the first hundred, can't remember my number.
I'm sure my membership has lapsed. I think I was number 8. Never got a notice to renew, and there was no indication that there were any membership benefits, so I didn't worry about it. I'll try to get it renewed now.I live in Fort Walton Beach, FL. Right between Pensacola and Panama City, and I know there are RE owners in my area, but have never seen one. Would love to go for a ride with someone who understands why I carry so many tools.
Please do double check the accuracy of the membership count, I suspect there are more than 14 members.
Here is an update to my progress.Everyone who has been a member will get an email from me sent to your email address that you registered with. In that email will be instructions on how to log into the website and re-register.Quinn
My email address may have changed since first joining. Can you post something here also so I can renew?
This is terrific! Thanks!! I'm also one who probably lapsed and forgot my number. I sure hope this gets off the ground. Be sure to make a big push again in the spring. Winter's here, and alkot of bikes are being put away.
I love the idea of REA. I think one of the best purposes of this organization would be to identify RE riders and try to get state/regional get-togethers going. After all, a motorcycle organization should be about fostering a sense of community.
Agreed ^^^^^^^^We used to have a feature to show where you were but it didnt seem to work... a locator that everyone participated in would allow for efficient planning of meets and get-togethers... Just a "second" to the motion given above.