LOOKING FORWARD TO HEAD NORTH AND SEE ALL AGAIN
Larry, I used to be a fairly fast rider, now I think I'm a half-assed rider...I sent some GPS routes to Wingnut & Tommyone. With the amount of bikes planned to attend, we need guys to step up and lead rides. In any direction. We've found that groups larger than 4-6 bikes doesn't work out well for many reasons. We've got fast riders and slow riders and I'm a half fast rider that has been riding with the same half fast group of riders/friends for years now and we do ok.
The important thing is that everyone has a good time, but the more important thing is that we all return home safely afterward.
Only 16 days away now!
AAAHHHHH MORE GOOD MEMORIES !Better be more than half fast" riding on Corridor "G" (Rt 119). Lived in Charleston, and spent many years commuting to the coalfield counties of Boone, Logan, Mingo. Drivers routinely exceed 75 - 80 mph, and those trucks entering from the side roads will test the finest ABS systems in the world. Oh, BTW, covers are seldom installed on the haulers so expect rock/coal/gravel damage to your windshield. I actually had the Safelite people on my speed dial. Enjoy!
Wing Nut is the gas shortage impacting the area around Chapmanville.
Ok left Sunday drive throw sunshine rain snow hale stop in Ohio visit friends and we are still the first and only one here yep and our own special parking space see u guys soon I hope
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