Introducing the WunderLINQ

I was online and saw a post by someone that was asking if anyone had experience with the WunderLinq device on a BMW. I had never heard of so went to check it out. Here is some info from the website.

Introducing the WunderLINQ

The WunderLINQ is a combination of Plug-and-Play hardware that snaps into your existing BMW Motorcycle Navigation Prep and a companion app for your Android or iOS phone or tablet.  Together they allow you to control your mobile device and other connected devices like GoPros from your handlebar wheel.  If your motorcycle also has the On Board Computer Pro option the WunderLINQ can also receive and decode performance and fault data.

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2021 Ride Schedule Announced!

Parts Unknown, AZ

by El Presidente

The AZRATPack Board of Directors is proud to announce out 2021 Ride Schedule.  We feel that this year’s schedule is responsible and achievable barring any worsening of the current health situation.  Of  course all is subject to change with enough time to allow for modifications in plans.

You will notice that this is a full schedule of six rides with a late start to the year and with less time between rides.  As long as we are able to run the full schedule, our intention is to hold the GO AZ Motorcycles Ride Series and give out awards at our end of year banquet that hopefully will be held in December.

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2020: The Soon To Be Forgotten Year

Parts Unknown, AZ

By El Presidente

We had a lot to talk about at last night’s meeting of the AZRATPack’s Board of Directors. The conditions in which we cancelled the Rt 66 Tour along with most of our schedule this year have not changed. Face coverings, group size limitations and social distancing regulations/ordinances are still in place.

Due to the difficulty of holding events in the spirit in which we feel represents our club, fun, tight knit, entertaining and safe, we feel it is best to cancel the remaining scheduled events for the year. The affected events are the Alien Abduction Grand Tour scheduled for October and the Ajo Ride scheduled for November.

On a more positive and optimistic note, we have come up with a flexible plan for 2021.

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Route 66 Tour Canceled

It is with great regret that I must announce that this year’s Route 66 Tour is cancelled. After meeting with our Board of Directors on Monday, we decided that conditions haven’t changed so that we could conduct a fun and entertaining event.

Though statistically, things seem to be trending in the right direction, local governments and establishments have not loosened up social gathering regulations/guidelines. Since our events just about always draws 20+ participants, we do not feel we are able conduct an event that is in the spirit of how we do things.

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