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treatland rally updater – DEC 11th-13th CBBG 11: Major Chad to Ground Control

good morning and welcome to this decades treatland rally update. amidst all the chaos go and enjoy some time with chad burke in space (ok…online) at CBBG 11. there is a sick rizzato available at the raffle as well as a bunch of treatland gift certificates plus all your long lost friends you haven’t seen since 2019 2018 maybe 2012 or 2005. i know there’s some recluses out there. anyway…here is all the info and the sign up page below — registration is $20 and includes free shirt, entrance in raffle, and lotsa good times….and you don’t even have to leave home or get out of your pajamas, sounds good to me.


Really excited that this marks the ELEVENTH Annual Moped Community Build and Gather (CBBG) will be held the weekend of December 11th through the 13th, 2020 and broadcast from Quarterkick in Kalamazoo, MI.

This has been a challenging year for all of us. It pains me to not be able to host you all in my shop and provide knowledge and access to equipment many don’t have usually. I’ve chosen an online format this year to help keep everyone safe. I’ll add pins to the map of virtual attendees this year in a special designated color.

As always, this event helps me make improvements and sustain costs incurred by having a shop this large. The donations received greatly help in promoting and encouraging attendance every year and are greatly appreciated.

People from all over the country universe (edit;treatland) will congregate online as they come to show off their personal build spaces and shops with sandblast, powdercoat, welding, rebuilt engines and build up bikes.

There will be shirts, pins, and one raffle ticket per registration.

For this years raffle, there’s a Rizzato Atala Master 50 (top) up for grabs, complete restoration is underway right now, but the color scheme will be very similar to that of the Peugeot (bottom).

Also of interest could be the $500 in treatland gift certificates.

Feel free to invite anyone to join us!


Quarterkick is owned and operated by Chad Burke, whom has been riding, wrenching, and active with mopeds and the greater moped community for over 33 years. From parts, service, restoration, custom builds, or community events, he continues to assist and maintain an active role in building community. Not only working on mopeds, but furthering the overall community through workshops, interaction, and sharing of knowledge and resources.


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