1st: Thanks to Lynda and Wilson for saying yes when I put out my call for help early last week. Because of them we were all able to take part in the ride. 2nd: Thanks to everyone who came out for the ride. Good to see familiar faces along with some we had not seen for a while and always nice to meet new faces. Way too many people to mention names plus truth be told I would forget to mention some people and that would not be right. So again thanks to all who were there
0 · August 14, 2012
Great ride as always, what more can I say...the crew is amazing!!! Definitely a special thanks to the "Fabulous Trio" (Cheryl, Lynda, & Barbara) for including me with the group even though my "RIDE" is not a 100% working condition. To the rest of the GUYS & Cheryl who really took turns pushing my bike at every rest stop so that I could pop the clutch & start it. The only thing left to say is..."who needs AAA, if I have the PMRG Crew" watching my back. KUDOS Guys...and thanks again ;)))
0 · August 13, 2012
I travel with a varied crew of bikers that likes to ride. We have been looking for a covered bridge tour. We mostly ride cruisers, some ride sport bikes. We have some who ride the Can Am Spyder, and others who ride scooters. We are used to riding with large groups. You may be interested in riding with you, if you will have us. Please let me know...
0 · August 11, 2012
Pat, between stop "G" and stop "H" a quick side trip to "Ringing Rocks" state park is highly recommended. Look up the park online (http://www.unmuseum.org/ringroc...), it is one of a few sites in the world where the rocks (boulders actually) when struck with a hammer, ring just like a bell.
1 · July 10, 2012
Have you ridden with a large group. People will get lost-left behind-stuck at a light or worse have a accident. that is why rides are limited to so many people.
Ever have a group of 20 going thru a traffic light. It won't happen. Or even pull over on the side of a road to wait.
0 · August 10, 2012