|Mike Beavington's Comments
|Annette Behanna wins the award after
dealing with too many hours on the back of the old honda 360 (ow, ow,
ow!). Chris, be nice next time, buy a goldwing seat for the ZX-11!
|(the smashed electrode award)
Bike Most Likely Not To Make It Back
|There was actually no question about whether the
bike was going to make it back, given that it was in the back of a
u-haul (Steve Garnier with his old XS-11 and the driveshaft of
|Most Memorable Moment
||Stay tuned to the web pages for the answer to
[This went to "Akane" Martyn Wheeler's '87 Suzuki Intruder 700,
for cavorting with Muffy and supporting cast on stage]
|Iron Butt - Longest Distance
||Well this was a close one. The award went to the
couple from Florida [Jim & Lou Groh]. Honorable mention goes
to Tom Gent; he had travelled just as far, but with far less trouble.
|Best Nocturnal Noises
||It appears that Mr. Kadis [Jon Kadis] had
not finished the wonderful sport-touring ride he piloted on saturday.
Jon was heard to be shouting 'Come-on guys' from his slumber. Thanks
Jon, snooring is always so commonplace :-)
||The Duc 916 looked pretty cruel, but the old
honda 350 would probably have been one of the most uncomfortable
touring bikes. [Doug Davis]
|Largest Moving Land Mass
||I thought Amy Spiker was impressive with
the virago and sidecar combination, but the Hog sidecar rig was indeed
the largest motorcycle powered vehicle I have every seen!
|Best Excuse Not To Ride
||Ian Howie's photo journal of the remains
of his FJ1200 and the car he totalled off were impressive. I didn't
know forks could snap off like that =8-0. I hope he gets his thesis
finished so he can get a real job and a bike. Oh yeah, great coffee and
tea management! Iangetabike.
|Baring's Financial Management Award
||Cliff "I want to be a lion tamer" Weston
(little toy porsche...the closest he'll ever get to a real sports car
based on his creative financial management)
Obviously Cliff is not a fan of Monty Python and the subtlety of "I
want to be a lion tamer" was lost on him. Cliff, watch more TV.
|Drooling Spagthorpe Award
|The rawhide bone award went to Jim "Dances
with Moose" Bessette
for his wonderful efforts. I'm sure he has learned his lesson about
hosting an RCR!
|Keeper of the Hangover
||Sadly, the award was inconclusive. Martyn seemed
to recover fairly well from his serious imbibing of spirits the night
before (although people had heard a few groans as he was standing at
the coffee table). Ted also recovered well; it apears that he has had a
lot of practice! The award went back with me to Canada where it will
most certainly be awarded at the Canadian Assault 1.1. [No Award]
|Feats in the Horizontal Plane
||Thankfully there were no real incedents to
define a certain winner. However, Kit (catness) managed to give
onlookers a little humourous scene when the slippery grass got the best
of the CB-1.
|Joe Ogulin also won a nice disc lock as
an award for getting his bike stolen a few too many times in the last