Want to beef up those BaseCamp route planing skills? We can help you do that! Just participate in our GPS Ride Developers WorkshopAfter this meeting you will know how to:**Update, maintain and select GPS Hardware, Firmware and Software**Efficiently create a BaseCamp route**Avoid common ‘landmines’ in creating routes Quickly find the best fuel and rest stops for creating your route**Understand OSC waypoint naming conventions**Communicate your route to others thru the use of OSC segmentation…See More
Ever wonder why so many OSC members have a GPS on their scooter? Thinking about buying a GPS, but not sure how you will use it? Do have a GPS and want to learn how to use the OSC Ride Library and download monthly rides? Then this GPS Showcase is for you! After this brief meeting you will know how to:**Identify the hot motor scooter GPS in the market today and the advantages and cost of each**Capture OSC ride files in BaseCamp on a computer**View BaseCamp data in Google Maps, Google Earth and…See More
Please join us for a general OSC general meeting. The meeting is open to all OSC members. Show up and be a leader, or just listen; what ever you want to do works for us. Here is our draft agenda. We are very flexible, so feel free to add a topic or two at the beginning of the meeting. Here are a few things we will be…See More
Attention All Valley Chapter Members and Honorary Members (you know who you are!) Please join me on December 15th at 6pm at my home for scooter camaraderie and some planning for our next season of rides.See More
Join us Fanno Creek Brew Pub (main floor, not the meeting room) for a Banff Ride planning Session. Even if you will not be joining us for the Banff Ride this is a great opportunity to learn how the a DIY ride works.See More
Join us at for a no-host dinner at McMenamin’s Grand Lodge in Forest Grove where we will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Oregon Scooter Club.Dinner will be at 7:00 PM and we will post menu and price information soon.Please RSVP for separately for the Hors d'oeuvres and dinner events. If you will be bringing a non-OSC member as a guest for dinner please indicate so in comets.Be sure to check out the Grand Lodge…See More
New OSC member James Shelton cruises the streets of Tualatin on his SYM HD 125. James began riding in January 2011 and is a recent graduate of the Team Oregon BRT and Intermediate classes. James indicates that he will be joining us on the June Rose Garden Tour. James and his wife Sheri call Tualatin home.
James – Your member number is 1109. Your member card and patch will be mailed in the…Continue
A valuable addition to the southern OSC cadre is new member Caleb Smith. Caleb rides a Linhai Aeolus Street 300 from his home in Eugene. We hope that Caleb can join us on our Crater Lake adventure this summer and venture up for a few of the Valley Chapter rides, or perhaps a Eugene Chapter/Eugene based rides is in the near future? Bob and English Dave, be sure to join in with me in welcoming your fellow Eugene OSC member.…Continue
Thanks for the invite, look forward to ridding soon. Still working on getting my endorsement. Have been ridding for a long time without an endorsement. Have a new toy ( 2005 ) Triumph Bonneville Black. It would be best if I got legal. Have a 2010 IL Bello 150. Will try to be at the March 6th breakfast. Thanks good ridding. Ken
Sent a post to Rick, but thought you might need to know... I'm experimenting with my camp cooking skills and will bring my own vittles on the CO Ride (or is it Ghost Town ride?). At any rate, with so many people signed up, one less mouth to feed :)
Looking forward to another gorgeous tour of Central Oregon! See you Friday.