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Reflections on Our Club 2016

by Dan Driscoll IAMC President
Originally Published in the IAMC Newsletter, January 2016

When I joined the IAMC about 7 or 8 years ago, I was a brand new rider. I knew nothing about riding, nothing about packing for a ride, bike maintenance, planning a ride, or what gear to wear. I do remember that there were club members like Tim Bernard, Ed Hyatt, Sam Stone, Ryan William Cantrel, just to name a few, who were unbelievable resources for guys like me. I’m prePy sure Tim and Ed were &red of me bugging them at Happy Trails so oYen. As &me went on and I started being more involved, it didn’t take long for me to feel more comfortable on the bike and totally loving being around at every event the club hosted. Through the years, I don’t think the club has changed as much as I have. Currently, we may be doing less of the “Clinic” type of events, and I do feel that we need to get back to more of those as I know I s&ll have more to learn, as well as new members could benefit from all the horsepower this club has to offer. As always, the club depends on members to drive activity and enthusiasm, and I encourage everyone to help make IAMC the premier dual-sport riding club in Idaho. 

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