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WITW ABCs of Touring

New for 2018!

Take photos of you and your motorcycle with the 2018 WITW ABCs of Touring sheet* in as many different locations as possible before the end of 2018.

This is both a riding challenge (earn a patch) and a contest.
A 1st, 2nd and 3rd place prize will be awarded.

* a 2018 Shootin’ the Breeze cover may be used

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Each submission with at least 20 validated points earns the 2018 WITW ABCs of Touring patch.

Earn 1 point for each letter of the alphabet by taking a photo with a Town, City, County, or Parish official sign. (26 points max)

Earn 1 point for each State or Province** offical sign. (50 points max)

Earn 2 points for each National/Provincial Park sign. (10 points max)

Earn 2 points for visiting the National Motorcycle Museum in Anamosa, IA.

Each 2 points for each WITW International Meeting you attend in 2018. (4 points max)

Each 2 points for each WITW Regional event you attend in 2018. (10 points max)

** UK counties or equivalent substitute for State/Province signs.

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An official sign is defined as:
A sign posted by a government body (road sign, route sign, town sign, etc.) that is physically located within the boundary of the place it identifies. Mileage markers and directional signs do not qualify.
OR
A government building with the name of the city, village, town, county, state, territory, or country on it. An example of a government building is a post office, city hall, or police station. Examples of items that WOULD NOT count as a government building are libraries, vehicles, schools, water towers, and museums (except the National Motorcycle Museum).