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A Few Posted Changes

22 Aug 2012 1:55 PM | Jeff Alperin (Administrator)

Earlier today Lonnie Isam posted these changes:
#17, Rick Salisbury of Utah, has finally decided that he will ride a 1927 Henderson.

#36, Tanner Whitton, will ride the 1924 Henderson of injured rider #64, Jesse Spellicy.  Whitton is from New York.

The previous #36, Steve Macdonald, will now wear Spellicy's #64 while riding his own 1928 Henderson Deluxe.

#46, Fred Lange, from California, will not return for a second Cannonball on his 1929 Harley-Davidson JDH.  Fred finished #4 and all 3,294 miles on his 1915 Harley-Davidson in the 2010 Motorcycle Cannonball.

#59, Jimmy Allison of New Mexico will not ride a 1929 101 Scout.  Instead he will be astride a 1926 BSA.  We had heard this previously from Buck Carson.

#89, Josh Wilson of Virginia, is a new entrant. He will ride a 1929 Indian 101 Scout that he purchased for the event. He emailed a few days back.

#96, Lars Andersson of Sweden, has withdrawn.  He intended to ride a 1926 Harley-Davidson JD.
With just 15 days until the starting gun, maybe these are the final changes.  Maybe not.

Here are the resulting statistics
BMW   3 4.11%
BSA   3 4.11%
Excelsior   1 1.37%
Harley-Davidson   35 47.95%
Henderson   17 23.29%
Indian   8 10.96%
JAP   1 1.37%
Rudge   2 2.74%
Sunbeam   2 2.74%
Triumph   1 1.37%

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1913 1 1.37%
1914 2 2.74%
1915 2 2.74%
1920 1 1.37%
1921 2 2.74%
1923 3 4.11%
1924 4 5.48%
1925 8 10.96%
1926 4 5.48%
1927 8 10.96%
1928 13 17.81%
1929 25 34.25%

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Australia   1 1.37%
Canada   1 1.37%
France   1 1.37%
Germany   1 1.37%
Ireland   1 1.37%
Italy   1 1.37%
Poland   1 1.37%
South Africa   1 1.37%
United Kingdom   4 5.48%
United States   61 83.56%

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Comments

  • 22 Aug 2012 5:14 PM | Charlie101
    I am really disappointed of the both Swedes withdrawals. Ah well..there is so many ingredients that can go wrong in that kind of lenghty rally. I still got the 101's to vouch for. I wish you all the luck Jeff!
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