Difference between revisions of "How do I join the club?"

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The "club" in Ninja 250 Riders Club just means it's an online community; anyone with a Ninja 250 can "join" by posting and replying to messages, and [[How do I submit a profile?|submitting a profile]] to be included in the rider index.  
 
The "club" in Ninja 250 Riders Club just means it's an online community; anyone with a Ninja 250 can "join" by posting and replying to messages, and [[How do I submit a profile?|submitting a profile]] to be included in the rider index.  
  
There are no meetings or club dues, either. However, because of the web space, bandwidth and domain registration costs, we [[accept donations]] and have some [[Club merchandise|club merchandise]] that you can buy.  
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There are no meetings or club dues, either. However, because of the web space, bandwidth and domain registration costs, we [[N250RCWiki:Site support|accept donations]] and have some [[Club merchandise|club merchandise]] that you can buy.  
  
 
There are group rides throughout the year, which individual board members may coordinate with other riders on the board. The only "official" ride events are the bi-annual Deals Gap ride in North Carolina, and the annual New York summer ride. Anyone who wants to ride to these events can come.
 
There are group rides throughout the year, which individual board members may coordinate with other riders on the board. The only "official" ride events are the bi-annual Deals Gap ride in North Carolina, and the annual New York summer ride. Anyone who wants to ride to these events can come.

Revision as of 11:21, 3 October 2006

The "club" in Ninja 250 Riders Club just means it's an online community; anyone with a Ninja 250 can "join" by posting and replying to messages, and submitting a profile to be included in the rider index.

There are no meetings or club dues, either. However, because of the web space, bandwidth and domain registration costs, we accept donations and have some club merchandise that you can buy.

There are group rides throughout the year, which individual board members may coordinate with other riders on the board. The only "official" ride events are the bi-annual Deals Gap ride in North Carolina, and the annual New York summer ride. Anyone who wants to ride to these events can come.