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Welcome to the official TRAP (Triumph Riders Association of Portland) mailing group list. T.R.A.P.
is the is the largest and most active RAT Pack (Riders Association of Triumph) in North America.
We are the official RAT Pack of Cascade Moto Classics in Beaverton Oregon.

This mailing list group is for members of TRAP to announce rides, share information, organize rides, outings and events, talk bikes and generally converse with other members of TRAP that are signed up on this mailing list.

If you are a member of TRAP this is the place that you can sign up to help you keep up with current events and discussions within our RAT Pack, share your latest adventures, and generally get to know your fellow RATs better.

This is a moderated mailing list. All posts will be approved before being mailed out. Here are a couple simple rules for this mailing list:

    •No Spam

    •No flames or airing dirty laundry. If you have an issue with another member or the shop, contact them directly to resolve the issue.

    •You can post used accessories and equipment that you have for sale or trade.

    •Motorcycles for sale or trade are not allowed. If you have a bike for sale please consider putting it up for sale on consignment at Cascade Moto Classics.

To send an email to this list you can either click on the "Post" link or send an email directly to Rat-Pack@yahoogroups.com

For more information about TRAP visit our website at www.Rat-Pack.com

We meet the first Saturday of each month at the Peppermill Restaurant for a breakfast and general socializing.

Group Information

  • 112
  • Triumph
  • Jul 14, 2006
  • English

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  • This is a restricted group.
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  • Members cannot hide email address.
  • Listed in Yahoo Groups directory.
  • Membership requires approval.
  • Messages require approval.
  • All members can post messages.

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