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Annual East Coasters Trip to Glamis Sand Dunes CA

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It's Our Annual Trip Time Again!!! Leaving NY/NJ Area. Visit www.QuadTrips.com for all info. Shipping round trip for roughly $600 per Quad, $400 per Bike, Price includes Shipping and Security until you pick up and drop off your bike again. More Info Below:

I'm planning our Annual East Coast Trip to the Imperial Sand Dunes in Glamis, California. Please let me know if anyone would like to join us. Feb. 2013 is now being booked. We have 10 Spots left on the 1st Truck. The dates for this years Trip are Feb. 11th - Feb. 19th 2013

For more info just PM me or visit GlamisTrips.com | Providing Low Cost trips for Riders on the East Coast since 1999

I Hope to get a bunch of guys from here going as you know I have been doing this for many years and am super knowledgeable about the dunes. Feel free to ask anything. There are no stupid questions. Pricing is $600 per Quad / $400 per Bike for the shipping round trip. Shipping is what we provide.

Airfare you have to figure on $300 and then a motor home between 3 guys is about $400 each. After that you have spending money beer food etc. You have to figure on $1800 or so total. We stay for 8-9 days of riding. - JT

Preview of Trip and last years videos are at QuadStateRiders.com / QuadTrips.com / GlamisTrips.com - YouTube Some of the members from here are on the vids that went with us last year

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