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LarryInSeattle
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Gold Wing Road Riders Association (GWRRA)

This thread is here for forum members who have an interest in the GWRRA, or perhaps wishes to share their experiences with forum members about the GWRRA.

This is not a thread to promote the GWRRA. It is a thread to discuss the GWRRA.

Bashing the GWRRA because "they are money hungry and only for profit" posts will be removed. Flaming won't be tolerated. We know they are a private company and at the end of the year, they produce a profit.

Legitimate concerns regarding a recent experience both positive and negative with the intent of seeking a resolution or an understanding would be an acceptable post.

Sharing about the use of the Gold Book and how it enhanced the trip is encouraged.

Sharing about tips from the mechanics corner in the monthly magazine is encouraged.

If you want to mention the passing of a friend that you met at GWRRA 20 years ago and your feelings about that. Feel free. You will be heard here by the members here at Goldwing Facts.

For those visiting this thread for the first time, thank you for keeping an open mind. The GWRRA is not for everyone, but it could be for you.

Don't let "contempt prior to investigation" keep you from learning and enjoying the GWRRA.

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