Plans for MBSR17 are well underway, and we are thrilled to announced that rally headquarters will be in London, Ontario on June 23-25, 2017!
What's new for 2017?
Super talented Mad Bastard alumni Gary Davidson has once again captured the essence of the rally with his incredible logo design for MBSR17. His tribute to Rob makes this logo particularly special with the incorporation of an image that may be familiar to some alumni from the first Mad Bastard Scooter Rally.
We are thrilled to be taking the rally to London, ON and are excited about our headquarters location for this year (which, by the way, we will not be disclosing as of yet - we can't give it all away in one day).
NEW REGISTRATION OPTIONS
For all the die hards (aka the #RealMadBastards) we have added the option of a HOLD MY SPOT registration. What exactly does this mean? Well, you know the dates of the rally now, and you know the HQ city, which means that if you are so inclined you can reserve a rider's spot in the rally with a $100 (refundable) deposit (see full details on the registration page. No need to know what class you're riding in, just sign up and we'll hold your spot!
Check out the official video from the 2015 Mad Bastard Scooter Rally from the amazing people at What A Ride! Check out their latest write up about the rally here!
It has been a difficult week for many people as we all come to grips with the fact that Rob Harris isn't here in this world with us anymore. So many beautiful tributes are being shared on social media and on the CMG website - a testament to Rob. He was really something. He was more than a Mad Bastard though, he was our friend.
As we work on completing the new Mad Bastard Scooter Rally website, it saddens us that the first blog post we write is about losing the original Mad Bastard.
Rob, we will miss you terribly. Your spirit will continue to live on through the Mad Bastard Scooter Rally. You will always be a part of it's past, and we will ensure that you will always be a part of it's future.
Rest in peace Rob Harris.
Don't miss out on watching Sarah Thomas Moffat's bitter sweet tribute to Rob below: