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Is anyone else hearing this in the Fort Collins Area sounds like??? Been active about 3 hours now.
Been listening for a while now Craig and haven't heard anything.... Not using a very good antenna though
 
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Right after I made that post. I had to leave. Could not get it in the car. It sounded like a SWAT incident with hostages. The guys were complaining about poor radio transmissions. That was only freq that was active heard nothing on any TGS. I could only hear The command post. I heard surveillance on that freq before that was not training. I could not pin point where it was coming from. May be they are getting prepared for the big motorcycle rally coming up. Last year during the rally it was very active. That freq or one of the others nation wide simplex.
 
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Be Listening To 800MHZ Mutual Aid Freqs This Weekend

The bikers are coming back


As many as 75,000 bikers are expected to visit Loveland this weekend for the second annual Thunder in the Rockies Motorcycle rally — 15,000 more than attended the first year of the rally at The Ranch.
Organizers scheduled an array of events Friday through Monday at the county events center, with scenic rides planned throughout Northern Colorado. The entrance fee is $10 per day or $15 for the entire weekend, which provides access to a diverse mix of entertainment.

DeeDee Smidt, campuswide events manager at The Ranch, attributes the anticipated increase in attendance to three factors: More people know about the rally in its second year; no serious crimes or traffic problems occurred last year; and organizers have focused on more national advertising to draw out-of-staters to Loveland.
Last year, the rally did not bring in as much money as anticipated.
While The Ranch profited, the partnership between The Ranch and Your guide to Thunder in the Rockies
The bikers are coming back


As many as 75,000 bikers are expected to visit Loveland this weekend for the second annual Thunder in the Rockies Motorcycle rally — 15,000 more than attended the first year of the rally at The Ranch.
Organizers scheduled an array of events Friday through Monday at the county events center, with scenic rides planned throughout Northern Colorado. The entrance fee is $10 per day or $15 for the entire weekend, which provides access to a diverse mix of entertainment.

DeeDee Smidt, campuswide events manager at The Ranch, attributes the anticipated increase in attendance to three factors: More people know about the rally in its second year; no serious crimes or traffic problems occurred last year; and organizers have focused on more national advertising to draw out-of-staters to Loveland.
Last year, the rally did not bring in as much money as anticipated.
While The Ranch profited, the partnership between The Ranch and Thunder Mountain Harley-Davidson lost $7,825. And the city of Loveland made about $27,000 in tax revenue associated with the rally — a third of what officials had hoped. This year, the outlook is more rosy — organizers predict a $152,966 profit for the partnership, said Jay Hardy, director of The Ranch. That figure depends on ticket sales and attendance, which could fluctuate depending on weather and other factors, he said.

Thunder Mountain Harley-Davidson lost $7,825. And the city of Loveland made about $27,000 in tax revenue associated with the rally — a third of what officials had hoped. This year, the outlook is more rosy — organizers predict a $152,966 profit for the partnership, said Jay Hardy, director of The Ranch. That figure depends on ticket sales and attendance, which could fluctuate depending on weather and other factors, he said.
 
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