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Macho Picchu – Sept. 10, 2016 Bolivia - Sept. 24, 2016 Ushuaia – Nov. 18, 2016 & Feb. 10, 2017


13 years of experience organizing motorcycle tours.


The largest


BMW motorcycle travel company in Latin America. BMW Interna- tional Travel Partner. BMW Dealer for Southern Chile.


www.motoaventura.cl


info@motoaventura.cl www.motoaventura.cl


Independent touring or guided tours with multilingual guide, mechanic and support vehicle.


Lunch at Foster’s Bighorn restaurant, surrounded by animals.


four bridges, ending the ride at Foster’s Big- horn in Rio Vista for a late lunch. The town of Locke, originally known as


Lockeport, began in 1912 when three Chi- nese merchants each raised buildings on land owned by the Locke family. The town grew and shrank and had a very colorful history, often distorted by the passage of time, memory and emotion. As amazing as Locke was and is, Foster’s


Bighorn (not to be confused with Foster’s Freeze) is very interesting in its own way. The original proprietor, Bill Foster, retired from big game hunting in 1953, went to work in his bar, and passed on in 1963; many of his trophies adorn the walls of the restaurant. Bill considered himself a con- servationist, and he started finding his big game muse when he apprenticed for a man who was one of the first African hunters to bring movies of wildlife to the U.S. in 1918. If you want to have new adventures, take


advantage of 120 years of experience and ride with a friend, group or community that knows of interesting places to ride and visit. Check with local motorcycle dealers and clubs or social media resources like Meetup or Facebook. For more information about the places mentioned above, point your web browser to rlk.com/120years.


September 2016 BMW OWNERS NEWS 107


34th ANNUAL LAST CHANCE RALLY


Hosted byThe New Sweden BMW Riders


September 23, 24 & 25, 2016 Buena Vista Campground, Buena, New Jersey


Shaded camp sites are included in the rally fee; cabins and hotels are available at additional cost. Contact the campground directly for details and cost of cabins. Friday night features our traditional Chili Dinner & nachos and


cheese - Saturday features our ROASTED PIG feast. Lots of Door Prizes - Field Events - GS Ride - Awards - Campfires (NO GLASS CONTAINERS PERMITTED)


RALLY FEE FOR THE WEEKEND IS $50 FOR ADULTS WHO PRE-REGISTER BY SEPT 8TH OR $60 AT THE GATE.


Feast on our legendary pig roast, relish the roads, renew old friendships & relax in the shady south jersey pines. For More Information See


www.newswewdenbmwriders.com www.lastchancerally.com www.newswedenbmwriders.com or www.lastchancerally.com


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