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2012.09.02 23:58 wiftywaver Place for all to speak about your favorite team in SWVA and surrounding areas

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2023.03.22 17:00 SlideJob12 Best and Worst NASCAR driver fan experiences?

So the Deegan thread got my gears going, and I was curious who y'all had the best and worst experiences with as drivers. I'll start.
Eric McClure: Kinda biased because he became legit one of my best friends, but when I knew him, I was amazed at how down-to-earth he was for a guy who could easily have been a brat with the resources he had, he was NOTHING like that when I knew him! Probably the first (and likely only) NASCAR driver I legit ended up being friends with...
Danny O'Quinn Jr. - Met him at Bristol one year and talked for a good 5 minutes about racing at an old go-kart track that no longer exists and how he smoked my ass at that track during my very brief go-karting career. Just a legit good ol' boy from SWVA.
Brad Teague - Got to talk to him at the same weekend as Danny O'Quinn Jr. and he asked where I was from and I was stunned he actually knew where it was, and he remembered me the next year when he saw me there.
Caleb Holman - Kinda ended up friends with his mom and was a big fan of his because he drove for Henderson Motorsports (my favorite all-time NASCAR team). Another good, down-to-earth guy.
Stanton Barrett - Funny story, I mistook him for Kasey Kahne when I saw him and realized who it was and profusely apologized to him. (He was a really good sport about it.)
Sterling Marlin - In the early 90's, Sterling did an autograph signing at a Ford dealership in Crossville, TN that no longer exists. I got out of school early to go meet him and I was kind of a NASCAR savant at 8 years old and I met him and asked him how his dad was, which blew his mind because, seriously, how many 8 year olds are gonna know his dad raced? He ended up talking to me for 5 or 10 minutes just me and him about school and life. I didn't learn this part of the story until years later, but my Mom had lost me somehow in the crowd when Sterling and I were talking. My dad saw me talking to Sterling and told my mom, "He's just fine. Let him be." My Dad and I have a shaky relationship as adults, but I do give him credit for allowing me an experience I still remember to this day.
Worst experience:
Jeff Gordon: It was his rookie year... I was a HUGE Jeff Gordon fan. He was in Knoxville at an auto parts dealership to do an autograph signing. One of the TV stations in Knoxville did a media interview with him with 20 minutes left in the session. He did it and with 15 minutes to go in the session, right as I got to him, he looked at me and said, "I don't have time for more autographs." Seven year old me was CRUSHED my hero blew me off like that. My mom, though? She was PISSED! She's not normally the type to cuss out someone, but Jeff Gordon got cussed out by my mom that day. I got over Gordon spurning me years later to where I could respect him as a racer, but my mom has NEVER forgiven Jeff Gordon to this day! The story is hilarious to me now, but at 7 years old, it sucked to get blown off by a hero at that time.
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2023.03.20 13:53 Willtry21 28 looking for a bro in or near swva, USA

Hey I’m 28 in SWVA looking to find a buddy to chat with talk bout whatever and be open sfw and or nsfw depending on our vibe. I like to travel, watch Netflix or Hulu. Video games. With some sports lol. If your interested hmu of your not in SWVA, that’s fine we still might be able to click. In the USA
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2023.02.12 20:49 Willtry21 28 looking for a bro in or near swva

Hey I’m 28 in SWVA looking to find a buddy to chat with talk bout whatever and be open sfw and or nsfw depending on our vibe. I like to travel, watch Netflix or Hulu. Video games. With some sports lol. If your interested hmu of your not in SWVA that’s fine we still might be able to click
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2023.01.07 04:55 Minnesotacardshow Card Show for Jan 7 and 8th (Ctrl + F) to find your state

Connecticut Jan 7 - Enfield Sportscard Show, American Legion Hall Post #80, 566 Enfield St ,Rt 5 Enfield Ct 06082.
SH: 9am-2pm. T: 50. A: $2.
Contact: Alix Langlais 860-729-8408 [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Jan 7 FL, Port Saint Lucie. The Port Saint Lucie Sports Cards & Collectibles Show, The St. Lucie Mets Convention Center, 8555 Commerce Centre Dr. Port Saint Lucie, FL 34986. SH: 9am-3pm. T: 70. A: Free. Contact: Glen Young 772-214-7980, [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Jan 7 2022 FL, Palm Coast. Palm Coast Sports Cards & Collectibles Show, The Elite Ballroom, 515 Palm Coast Pkwy SW, Palm Coast, FL 32137. SH: 8:30 am-2:30pm. T: 30. A: Free. Contact: Ron Beatty 704-291-0674 [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Jan 7 FL, Palm Coast. Palm Coast Sports Cards & Collectibles Show, The Elite Ballroom, 515 Palm Coast Pkwy SW, Palm Coast, FL 32137. SH: 8:30 am-2:30pm. T: 30. A: Free. Contact: Ron Beatty 704-291-0674 [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Jan 7 GA, Gainesville. Gainesville Card Show, Gainesville Civic Center, 830 Green Street NE, Gainesville, GA. T: $45 A: Free. Contact Ryan Thompson: 919-740-2894

Jan 8 GA, Chamblee. Georgia Collectibles Show, Holiday Inn & Suites, 4401 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd, Chamblee GA 30341. SH: 9am-3pm. T: 65. A: Free. Contact: Jim Daley 678-933-8568; [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]); facebook.com/pg/GeorgiaCollectibleShows
Jan 7-8 2023 HI, Hawaii. Pop Con, Hawaii Convention Center, 1801 Kalākaua Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815. SH: 10am-7pm. Contact: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Jan 7 MA, Springfield. New England Card Show, MassMutual Center, Springfield MA 01103. SH: 10am-5pm. T: 250+ A: $10. Contact: John DeMorais 860-819-4343; [necardsh[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])

Jan 8 MA, Woburn, The Woburn Weekly Sports Card Show, Best Western New Englander, 1 Rainin Road, Woburn, MA 01801. SH: 8:30am-12:30pm. T: 30 ($40). A: $2. Contact: Jeremy 617-835-6562 or Paul 857-202-7873.

Jan 8 MA, Methuen. VB Cards Sports Card Show, VFW 26 River Street Methuen, MA 01845. SH: 9am-1pm. T: 40 (8 foot $40, 6ft $35) A: $2 (under 9 free). Contact: Vic [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) 508-265-4440
Jan 7 MI, Bay City. Great Lakes Bay Sports Card & Memorabilia Show, Portsmouth Hall, 1711 Cass Avenue, Bay City, MI 48708. SH: 9am-2pm. T: 24. A: Free. Contact: Darryl Urban (989) 392-5198 or [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])

Jan 7 MI, Traverse City. Traverse City Sports Card & Memorabilia Show, Church of the Living God, 1514 Birmley Rd, Traverse City, MI 49686. SH: 9am-3pm. T: 30 ($35 per 8 foot table). A: Free. Contact:Levi Gourdie [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Jan 7 MS, Tupelo. Magnolia Sports Cards, Tupelo Furniture Market, Building 4, 1879 Coley Road, Tupelo MS. SH: 9am-3pm. T: 30. A: Free. Contact: Bud Lowe 662-251-6452, email: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
New Jersey
Jan 7 NJ, Woodbridge. Sports Card Show, Hampton Inn Woodbridge, 370 Route 9 North, Woodbridge, NJ 07095. SH: Sat: 9am-3pm. T: 65 ($60). A: General Admission 10am-3pm $3; Early Buyer 9am - $5. Contact: Eric Duchak 908-309-2191, http://www.woodbridgecardshow.com

Jan 8 NJ, Bordentown. Sports Card & Memorabilia Show, Elks Lodge, 11 Amboy Rd (Exit 7 off NJ Turnpike), Bordentown, NJ 08505. SH: 9am-2pm. T: 50. A: $2. Contact: Rob Gomberg 732-690-2476, [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]), www.RKSportsPromotions.com
Jan 7-8 NC, Raleigh. Raleigh Toy, Sportscard, Pokemon & Hot Wheels Show, Kerr Scott Building, 1025 Blue Ridge Rd, Raleigh, NC 27607. SH: Sat 9am-4pm; Sun 10am-4pm. T: 300 ($85). A: $5. Contact: Wes Starkey 540-392-2884 email: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) Site: insidepitchpromotions.com
Jan 7 2023 OH, Xenia. The Great American Sports Memorabilia Show. Greene County Fairgrounds Expo Center, 120 Fairgrounds Rd., Xenia, OH 45385. SH: 10am-3pm. T: 150. A: free. Contact: Ken Ludington 937-671-0516, [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])

Jan 7 OH, Kirtland. Kirtland Community (Senior) Center, 7900 Euclid-Chardon Road, Kirtland OH 44094. SH: Sat: 9am-2pm. T: 40. A: Free. Contact: Adam - Greenie Sports Cards 330-486-5159, [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]); www.greeniesportscards.com

Jan 7-8 OH, Hilliard. Columbus Sports Card Show, Franklin Co Fairgrounds (Edwards Bldg), 4100 Columbia Street, Hilliard, OH 43026. SH: Sat 10-5; Sun 10-3. T: 80. A: Free Contact: Stacy Heckathorn, [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]), 574-223-4320.
Jan 7 TN, Murfreesboro. Ramada Inn, 1855 S. Church St., Murfreesboro TN 37129. SH: 7am-1pm. T: 40. A: Free. Contact: John McGill 615-893-1140
Jan 7 TX, Schertz. SA TX Card & Collectible Show, Schertz Civic Center, 1400 Schert Parkway, Schertz, Tx 78154. SH: 10am-5pm. Contact: Pepe Esquivel 210-380-1960 [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Jan 7 2023 VA, Annandale. Shoff Promotions Sports Card Show, Annandale Fire House Expo Hall, 7128 Columbia Pike, Annandale VA 22003. SH: 9:30am-3pm. T: 30 (fee $75.) A: $3 (12 & under free). Contact: shoffpromotions.com Nick Shoff 301-318-4464 or [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Jan 7 WI, Oak Creek. Sports Card & Memorabilia Show, Salvation Army Community Center, 8853 S. Howell Ave., Oak Creek, WI 53154. SH: 9am-3pm. T: 180. A: $1. Contact: Tony Gordon 773-616-3705, [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]), www.fatdaddyssports.com
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2021.12.31 04:19 aivdrawdeegreog Suggestions appreciated!

I’m looking for all-terrain tires for my ‘17 sport. I’ve searched through this sub with keywords hoping to find the most/best recommended, however without getting a lift or trimming the tires, I haven’t been able to find solid answers.
I’m considering these
A few things to note: -I drive 40 miles a day (typically interstate but sometimes switch it up and do backroads, too) -I live in SWVA where we can get snow but not bucket loads at a time, and ice occasionally. -I don’t do much off-roading- maybe 3 times a year to a local spot where the terrain isn’t terrible for any standard SUV/truck so that’s not a requirement for tires.
I want something that isn’t going to mess with my MPG too drastically, as right now I sit at about 21/23 highway and 19/20 city.
I currently have stock tires and would like to get new ones before any sort of heavy weather comes our way.
Thanks in advance and if any further clarification is needed, or questions, let me know!
Edited to add that I’m looking for all terrain tires specifically.
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2021.08.01 01:29 jwpeace SWVA: Where high school football is king - Coalfield Sports

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2021.08.01 01:28 jwpeace SWVA: Where high school football is king - Coalfield Sports

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2020.07.10 00:41 JadeSociety The boys, my 03 Sport, and me; about to begin our 25 hour drive from SWVA -> Copper Mtn, CO for spring break, right before COVID hit.

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2019.12.31 03:07 VCDLOfficial Lobby Day 2020 MEGATHREAD: Richmond VA, January 20th, 2020 @8AM

Hey team,
Can you believe that it is almost time for the BIGGEST AND BEST Lobby Day ever? Let's start by using the compiled info that our mod team has put together from years prior:
Let's use this as a coordination place! This is going to be huge and lets make sure that everyone is on the same sheet of music. Here is info on carpools and allows folks to sign up. This is going to be a great event and everyone should come dressed warm (unless it is Virginia being Virginia and its 68 degrees that day...). We will be there rain or shine no matter what.
We are expecting anywhere from 10k-100K+ people showing up. Please know that we want everyone to be apart of this! I am also speaking to the crowd that day wanting people to get involved! I won't bore you with a long speech, but will get everyone engaged as needed! GET ACTIVE AND GET INVOLVED NOW!!!
Below is from the FAQ that is updated as needed HERE
VCDL Lobby Day (1/20/20)
Frequently Asked Questions
Isn’t Martin Luther King Day a Holiday?
Yes, it is a Federal Holiday, however, the Virginia General Assembly is in session and working.
Isn’t the 20th of January too late?
No, not at all. It's perfect. Bills are filed and are getting assigned to committee and go thru changes or killed, etc. Crossover day is February 11. That's when they make it to the Senate. Bills that advance and get signed into law "usually" become law on July 1st. VCDL is there every day during session. We need people like you to come to committee meetings every day too and speak to support VCDL initiatives!
I can't come to VCDL Lobby Day, how else can I help?
Do you have to be a VCDL member to come to VCDL Lobby Day?
No! We invite everyone to join us that believes in the fight for our Second Amendment rights! Family and friends are welcome too!
Can we carry?We don’t tell you to carry or not, If you do, please do so legally and responsibly. You can't have a magazine in a centerfire rifle or pistol that holds more than 20 rounds unless you have a Concealed Handgun Permit (CHP). You must also have a CHP if the centerfire rifle or pistol has a threaded barrel or a folding stock. Click here to see the code section, which also covers similar restrictions on shotguns: 18.2-287.4
Open carry without a CHP is legal in Virginia, but watch the restrictions in the previous paragraph.
You need a CHP to carry in the General Assembly or Capitol Building. Once through security, you can carry openly or concealed in the buildings. You cannot carry in the gallery over the Senator Floor. Keep an eye on these alerts. Should any of this change, we will notify you in the VA-ALERT.
Long Guns
If you are asking how you can help with VCDL's mission, carrying long guns at Lobby Day is not helpful - it is a distraction. VCDL's important messages inevitably get lost as the press rushes to get pictures of anyone carrying an AR or AK. The stories then become about the rifle, not VCDL's agenda. You can set your watch by it. Long guns are not easy to carry in a crowd, either. VCDL needs its voice heard loud and clear in order to be able to stop the onslaught of gun-control bills.
Is there a special entrance to those carrying with a CHP?
No. There used to be at the main GAB building, but in the temporary building there was not last year. If they add it this year. No backpacks or other bags allowed at this entrance as they don’t use walk-through magnetometers, just wands. Show your ID, permit and point out (don’t touch) where on your body you are carrying.
What should I wear? Some wear suits and dress for a business meeting (that’s what it is) some wear business casual. Check the weather. The lobbying is INSIDE. The rally is outside. With large crowds expected, there is a chance that you might not even be able to get into the building to lobby your lawmakers, so you should be prepared to spend the duration of your visit outside in the elements. Please check the weather before coming and plan accordingly.
Are there carpools? Yes! Check out http://tiny.cc/vcdlride
How do I know which lawmakers represent me?
Check this website: https://whosmy.virginiageneralassembly.gov/
Where is the General Assembly Building? The Pocahontas Building at 900 East Main Street, Richmond, VA, 23219, is the temporary home for legislative members and staff while the former General Assembly Building is being remodeled. Constituents meet with their Delegate or Senator in the Pocahontas Building at these members' offices.
I have never been to lobby day. What do I do? Show up at 8 AM (bring family & friends) and gather outside of the building where lobbying teams will be formed and enter the building with a team leader to guide you. It will be helpful for you to know who your lawmakers are. Watch for the sea of orange Guns Save Lives stickers. Here is a video from a lobby day years ago - https://vimeo.com/34618841
I have been to lobby day and would like to be a team leader this year. Who do I contact? Contact Ken at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
What legislation are we looking at? Take a look at the VCDL legislation Tracker to see what we support, what we are neutral on and what we oppose. THIS tracker is the 2019 tracker and will be updated soon: http://www2.vcdl.org/webapps/vcdl/2019leg.html
When do any new laws take effect?
Generally, the new laws take effect on July 1, 2020.
Is there food? There are a number of delis and restaurants within walking distance and sometimes food trucks show up
Parking - Meters are not enforced on lobby day. There are garages and some private lots around. Google or a parking app is your best bet to shop location and price. This link should help too: http://www.richmondgov.com/Parking/documents/map_RF_RIC_Parking.pdf
I’m from the press, who can I speak to that represents VCDL and their position? Only the VCDL President, Philip Van Cleave speaks for the organization [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) (Mr. Van Cleave can designate speakers at his discretion).
Who will be speaking at lobby day in front of the steps during the 11AM rally? We will present the list as the day approaches. So far we have:
Stephen Willeford stopped a massacre at a church in Texas
Antonia Oakafor trains women college students to be able to protect themselves with a firearm
Dick Heller from the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case of DC v. Heller
Dr. Veronica Slootzsky, a psychiatrist in Northern Virginia
Cam Edwards, Bearing Arms and host of the Cam & Co Youtube channel
Jeff Katz, talkshow host on Richmond's powerhouse radio station WRVA
Erich Pratt, Executive Director of Gun Owners of America
Sheriff Scott Jenkins of Culpeper County, willing to deputize thousands if necessary to save their gun rights
Sheriff Danny Diggs of York County, pledging to stand strong against infringements on the right to keep and bear arms
Anthony Myers, gun-rights activist from Suffolk
Senator Amanda Chase
Delegate Nick Freitas
Delegate John McGuire
Where can I Buy some VCDL gear?
How do I get on the free VCDL VA-ALERT email list?
I have extra money and would like to donate to the VCDL and the VCDL-PAC (Political Action Committee) Can I? Sure! https://vcdl.org/donate
Am I a VCDL member? If you follow us on Facebook or Twitter or even the VA-ALERT email, that is great! You need to actually JOIN (and pay your $25 membership fee) to be a member. You can also give the gift of membership - https://vcdl.org/join-VCDL
After Lobby Day, Then what?
Stay engaged. Go to the committee meetings and speak to the committees and tell them no more gun control in your own words. Follow along on our free email list, the VA-ALERT. As soon as you see an action item come out, immediately respond do whatever is asked. Register to vote and commit to voting in local and national elections.
Are there going to be buses? Yes.
Direct questions to [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
VCDL is chartering buses to Lobby Day on January 20. All seats are $35. All depart Richmond at 2 PM. Sign up through Eventbrite; all signups go live on Thursday morning at 6AM.
A donation of $35/person will *just* cover costs for the buses. If you want to donate more, please do. If you want to buy seats for others, please do. If you prefer to make a donation via PayPal (see vcdl.org/donate/pp) you may do so, but you will still need your Eventbrite ticket to ride the bus.
To donate a seat for another rider, use this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/donate-a-seat-on-a-bus-for-lobby-day-jan-20-2020-tickets-85874911171
If you want to pay by check, mail it to VCDL Treasurer, 19390 Beaver Dam Rd, Beaverdam, VA 23015-1350 - but you'll still need your Eventbrite ticket to ride the bus.
Buses will run from
-FAIRFAX (3 buses)
- From Fairfax County Government Center Park & Ride
12000 Government Center Parkway, Fairfax
Departs 5:30 AM Leaves Richmond at 2 PM
Signup: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/85363417279
SECOND BUS added; tickets being released to waitlist; add your name to waitlist to get next available seats.
Leaves Route 17 Commuter Lot
Departs 6:30 AM Leaves Richmond at 2 PM
-HAMPTON(2 buses)
- From Hampton Coliseum, 1000 Coliseum Drive
Departs 5:30 AM Leaves Richmond at 2 PM
Signup: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/85392538381
- MANASSAS --from Cushing Road Commuter Lot
Sign up: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lobby-day-bus-manassas-tickets-87158951771
Leaves from WalMart 7530 Tidewater Drive
Departs 5:15 AM Leaves Richmond at 2 PM
Signup: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/85425462859
-ROANOKE -Attempting to secure a second bus
- Roanoke Park and Ride -- Route 1150 (Edgebrook Road) & Route 1128 (Mountain Heights Drive)
Departs 4:30 AM Leaves Richmond at 2 PM
Signup: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/85445575015
Leaves from Park and Ride at 395 Old Franklin Turnpike, Rocky Mount
Departs 4 AM Leaves Richmond at 2 PM
Signup: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lobby-day-bus-rocky-mount-tickets-86752333565
-SHENANDOAH VALLEY with pickups in New Market, Woodstock, and Harrisonburg (2 buses)
Departs Woodstock WalMart Supercenter 461 W. Reservoir Rd at 3:30 AM
Departs New Market Library 57 E Lee Hwy (subject to change if we find a better spot) at 4:00 AM
Departs Harrisonburg WalMart 171 Burgess Rd at 4:30 AM
Leaves Richmond at 2 PM
Signup: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/85421476937
-SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA -We have a bus leaving from the Walmart in Claypool Hill (street address13320 Gov G C Peery Hwy, Pounding Mill, VA 24637) at 2AM.
Signup: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lobby-day-bus-southwestern-virginia-tickets-87511117107
Leaves from Croaker Road Park and Ride, 4370 Rochambeau Dr
Departs 6:00 AM Leaves Richmond at 2 PM
Signup: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/86563958129
-VIRGINIA BEACH (2 buses) - Attempting to secure a third bus
Leaves Indian River Road Park & Ride 977 Reon Dr, Virginia Beach
Departs 5 AM Leaves Richmond at 2 PM
Signup: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/85429234139
Meeting time and location: 466 S Cummings St, Abingdon, VA 24210 it will be the Kroger parking lot. There is available parking nearby at the Abingdon Farmers Market and on the lot itself. We will be leaving at 1:00 am Sunday evening (Monday morning) because it will take around 5 hours to get to Richmond and we have included times for stops as well as traffic.
We will be leaving Richmond at 1 PM.
Tickets available at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/swva-goes-to-richmond-monday-january-20th-lobby-day-2020-tickets-87459779555
CHARLOTTESVILLE: The Rivanna Rifle & Pistol Club has organized 2 buses to leave Charlottesville @ 6am to arrive in Richmond by 8am and will leave Richmond @ 2pm to return to Charlottesville. There are still seats available. Seat are being sold at a price of $30 per seat to cover expense of buses. If you know of anyone needing transportation to Richmond from the Charlottesville area, please have them contact Timothy Rogers at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) to reserve a seat.
CULPEPEWARRENTON: Hosted by Rivenoak Armoury LLC. Details at https://www.facebook.com/events/444206749612034/ or https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vcdl-lobby-day-bus-ride-culpeperwarrenton-area-tickets-85780897975
DRAPER (Pulaski County): New River Sports is chartering a bus that leaves from their location, 3376 Kirby Rd (Frontage Rd) Draper, VA at 3:30 AM. Cost is $50/rider. Contact [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) or 540-980-1133.
CULPEPEWARRENTON: Hosted by Rivenoak Armoury LLC. Details at https://www.facebook.com/events/444206749612034/ or https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vcdl-lobby-day-bus-ride-culpeperwarrenton-area-tickets-85780897975
DRAPER (Pulaski County): New River Sports is chartering a bus that leaves from their location, 3376 Kirby Rd (Frontage Rd) Draper, VA at 3:30 AM. Cost is $50/rider. Contact [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) or 540-980-1133.
ELKTON: Scott Painter with Blue Ridge Outdoors in Elkton, VA has offered to help sponsor a trip arranged by Travis Knight. There is a signup sheet at his store location, and payments can be made there as well. $30/person.
LYNCHBURG: SafeSide Tactical has a bus that starts in Roanoke. All riders get a free “shall not be infringed” T-shirt (graphics coming soon) and over $150 in coupons from area retailers.
Lynchburg Bus - $35 leaves SafeSide Lynchburg @ 5am https://www.safesidetactical.com/rangemanagement/classdetail.cfm?class_id=2297
Seat sponsor - $35 and we’ll find someone to go who is available. https://www.safesidetactical.com/rangemanagement/classdetail.cfm?class_id=2296
MANASSAS: Fairfax County Rod and Gun Club is planning two buses from Manassas. Bus will be members only; if you're a member, contact them. VCDL is working on a bus from Manassas; details later the week of 12/23.
PATRICK COUNTY: The Patrick County Republican Committee has a bus going to Richmond to support VCDL’s Lobby Day from Stuart, Virginia, to Richmond, Virginia, leaving at 3:30 AM and returning around 9:30 PM. Tickets are $50 per person and may be purchased from Eventbrite at the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/patrick-co-gop-bus-to-richmond-for-lobby-day-2a-tickets-86869353575?ref=eios
Our Facebook event is located here:https://facebook.com/events/s/stuart-to-richmond-for-vcdl-2a/811208129302717/?ti=icl
ROANOKE: SafeSide Tactical has a bus. All riders get a free “shall not be infringed” T-shirt (graphics coming soon) and over $150 in coupons from area retailers. -
Roanoke bus - $35 leaves SafeSide Roanoke @ 4:30am https://www.safesidetactical.com/rangemanagement/classdetail.cfm?class_id=2295
Seat sponsor - $35 and we’ll find someone to go who is available. https://www.safesidetactical.com/rangemanagement/classdetail.cfm?class_id=2296
The bus will leave Walmart in Ruckersville at 6AM sharp! You must pay in advance in order to have a seat. The bus will leave Richmond at 2PM. Please remember NO LONG ARMS on this bus. Please dress responsibly.
There are a few ways to sign up!
- You can visitwww.Protect2AinVA.eventbrite.comand purchase your ticket by selecting the PAID VIA Eventbrite ticket- this will add a $3.16 fee, (total of $28.16) BUT it secures your reservation and seat- AND you will have your ticket emailed to you.
- Another option is to go to the site and select the PAID VIA Venmo, PayPal, or Cash option. This will put your name on the list- we will get in touch with you to get your payment. Your seat will be secured once we receive payment: $25.00
- You can also sign up atBootVilor atBig Iron Outdoors, LLC! They will have a list there and I will add your name to the list so that you are emailed your ticket!
We have a few folks that have asked about donations- there is an option on the Eventbrite site to donate. We would appreciate any donations! All donations will go to the booking of the bus and tipping the driver!
SHENANDOAH COUNTY: Shenandoah County GOP has two buses coming. They leave from Woodstock at 6:30 AM and will not arrive in time for an 0800 start. See their event here They plan to be in Richmond by 0900 and their people will be meeting with Delegate Todd Gilbert. POC is Dianne Wyss, email [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]).
SOUTHAMPTON:Bus from Southampton County leaves from Hardee's on Highway 58, Courtland. Seats are $21/person. Leaves 6AM sharp; returns to Courtland about 4PM. Seats are limited and must be paid in full as soon as possible. If interested in going or have questions, contact Mike Evans at 757-615-8077. The bus will drop off and pick up directly at the Capitol Steps.
SMITHFIELD: “The Constitutional County of Isle of Wight” has secured a 55 seat Nbus leaving the Smithfield Commuter Parking Lot, RT 258 & RT 10 at 6 AM sharp going to Lobby Day and returning to the lot at 4 PM on 1/20/20. Cost is $20 NO REFUNDS
Sign up at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bus-charter-from-commuter-parking-lot-smithfield-va-to-lobby-day-event-tickets-86377835431?aff=utm_source%3Deb_email%26utm_medium%3Demail%26utm_campaign%3Dnew_event_email&utm_term=eventurl_text
STAUNTON: The plan is to leave Staunton (location TBD) at 6:00 a.m., and be back home about 5:00 p.m.
Cost will be $25/seat, and payment to me will be due by January, 10. Anyone wishing to be on board, can contact me at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) for more information. Please put LOBBY DAY BUS in the subject line. Depending on the response I get, it may take me a couple days to get back to everyone, so be patient.
SW VIRGINIA: Stephanie Miller Moir has charted four buses from Bedford - Tractor Supply 5:00 am; Lynchburg - Sam's Club 5:30 am; Appomattox - Farmers Bank 6:00 am; Farmville - Walmart 6:30. Sign up for that bus at https://tinyurl.com/s8nc2b2. Fare is $35 plus an online booking fee per seat.
WARREN COUNTY: James Scholtz, President, Virginia Natives, is working out the final details on the buses from Warren County. People can send emails to [scholtz_[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]) - and include :
Phone number
How many passengers
WARSAW -If you are interested in a bus from Warsaw, to accomodate folks from Northumberland, Lancaster, and Richmond County, please contact Grayson at [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]). If he has interest, has a quote already. Cost would be about $28 a head.
WEYERS CAVE - We've heard of a potential bus from Weyers Cave; we'll update as we know more.
WINCHESTER: CK3 Guns in Stephens City will be sponsoring a bus. Departing Winchester and making a stop in Front Royal. Tickets are $35/seat.
Current itinerary:
Depart 20-Jan-2020 4:30 AM Solenbergers & Co. Inc 832 Berryville Ave Winchester , VA
Depart 20-Jan-2020 5:00 AM Front Royal Park and Ride Winchester Road Front Royal, VA 22630
Drop Off 20-Jan-2020 7:30 AM Richmond State Capitol 1000 Bank St Richmond, VA
Depart 20-Jan-2020 2:00 PM Richmond State Capitol 1000 Bank St Richmond, VA
Drop Off 20-Jan-2020 4:45 PM Front Royal Park and Ride Winchester Road Front Royal, VA 22630
Drop Off 20-Jan-2020 5:15 PM Solenbergers & Co. Inc 832 Berryville Ave Winchester , VA
SIGN UP:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/vcdl-lobby-day-bus-trip-winchesterfront-royal-to-richmond-tickets-86380310835
Questions? Email Chuck Klingenberg [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])
Updated 12-29-19 @ 0500 by Ed [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])Bus data updated 12-28-19 at 1800 by Tess ([[email protected]](mailto:[email protected]))
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2018.07.17 14:22 ph0rk Looking for an alloy 650b drop-bar commuter frame or complete that fits fenders and a rear rack

Looking for a frame to replace my crossrip, as clearances are tight. I'd like to fit 650x47 or 48 tires and fenders, and due to the months of salt I'd prefer an alloy frame, carbon fork. Alloy steerer tube is fine. QR vs TAs is fine.
Your level of experience with cycling
Enough to be looking for a frameset for a commuter build up.
What's your price range, and have you considered second hand?
Preferably less than $700. Second hand is a maybe. It would have to be a perfect frame to use the whole budget.
What's your intention with the bike - commuting, fitness, touring, sport, etc?
Foul weather commuting - rain, salt, cold, etc.
How far will you be riding, and how often?
Probably only 5-10 miles a day on this bike.
Riding conditions: roads, pavement, trails, single-track, off-road? Flat or hilly? Traffic and weather.
Route is paved but hilly, around 100-150 feet of climbing per mile. Traffic is mild, but there are lights and yield-for-peds crosswalks (that I usually dismount for, as that's the fastest way to cross legally during rush hour). Pavement can get very rough, with some gravel mixed in. Rain or shine (or snow). Roads get plowed quickly, but salt is everywhere.
Your location (even approximate) can help other locals familiar with your conditions, too. SWVA.
A bit about yourself: height, weight, and level of fitness can all help people understand your needs better.
5'9", 160-165 lbs, I ride around 100 miles a week between commutes and recreational rides.
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2012.09.03 05:17 wiftywaver Help our community grow.

I am totally committed to making our little corner of reddit grow and thrive. Please help out by telling everyone you know with a tie to SWVA and Southern WV that enjoys our local sports.
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2011.07.10 22:35 fthemsker Distribution of meetup groups in Roanoke on meetup.com:

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