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Team Rickshaw Running the Tuff Mudder for the Wounded Warrior Project

Hey all,

I posted up in Stuff of Interest if anyone in the Northeast is interested in running the Tuff Mudder with Team Rickshaw in November.

https://www.triumph675.net/forum/showthread.php?t=50364

This post is to solicit help in our fundraising efforts for The Wounded Warrior Project, which is why we are voluntarily subjecting ourselves to what is probably the world's toughest one day endurance event:

Team Rickshaw is running the Tuff Mudder for The Wounded Warrior Project in honor of our teammate Paul's fallen brother, Sergeant First Class Daniel A. Suplee. Dan Suplee died August 03, 2006 while serving as a Cavalry Scout during Operation Enduring Freedom, assigned to the 153rd Cavalry Squadron, Ocala, Florida National Guard, Fla. deployed in Afghanistan. He is interred at Arlington National Cemetery, Section 60/8414.

Please help us to reach our goal of $5000 in donations to The Wounded Warrior Project in honor of the memory of Sergeant First Class Daniel A. Suplee. Donations are 100% tax deductible, and 100% of your donation goes directly to The Wounded Warriors Project in Dan Suplee's name. Every little bit helps. Whatever you can help with, be it $5 or $10 or more, will all help the WWP meet its goals of providing aid and assistance to returning battle torn warriors.

When Dan was laid to rest, his brother Paul, a former Marine Scout, uttered their customary parting words one last time as he placed Dan's Cavalry Stetson into his folded hands for all eternity.

"Scouts Out, Mother F&@*er."

Here is the link to donate to The Wounded Warrior Project in Dan Suplee's
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https://www.raceit.com/fundraising/f...undraiser=1251

Semper Fi.

This motorcycle is simply too goddamn fast to ride at speed in any kind of normal road traffic unless you're ready to go straight down the centerline with your nuts on fire and a silent scream in your throat. ~Hunter S. Thompson



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Well, I was going to resurrect this thread from the dead too, but it seems that it is still number three on the list.

Anyway, check out the most recent post here.

https://www.triumph675.net/forum/show...t=50364&page=2

This motorcycle is simply too goddamn fast to ride at speed in any kind of normal road traffic unless you're ready to go straight down the centerline with your nuts on fire and a silent scream in your throat. ~Hunter S. Thompson


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