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This month's meeting will be held via Zoom. You can access the Zoom meeting from this link: https://zoom.us/j/202209245 Feel free to download the client ahead of time, and contact me with any questions! ([masked] |[masked]) This is the monthly CC Riders Meeting where we go over past rides and events, check out the upcoming ones as well as find out if anyone has a new motorcycle. We also talk about any motorcycle news and laws in Colorado and safety. Check out our Meetup calendar rides and events throughout the riding season. If you have questions, please contact the President of CC Riders at [masked] .
Ride Coordinator: Mark Castleman, (303)[masked] or [masked] Meet by the King Soopers gas station. This ride will be different than it was last year. We will leave from King Soopers and head north to Longmont, stopping at Rocky Mountain Kawasaki where there will be coffee and possibly donuts. From there will first ride by Carter Lake, stopping briefly at the Marina Store. Will continue north, going through Masonville and ride along the eastern shore of Horsetooth Reservoir. We will go into Fort Collins for lunch; where we stop will depend on how many bikes there are on the ride. Here is a map of the ride: https://goo.gl/maps/TyuNA4BmKPt
This is not a club event!! Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others. Introducing the Vision Moto Project, a story-driven motorcycle and art show curated by META. More than just a bike show, the Vision Moto Project is the first event of it’s kind to hit the mile high city. It’s a celebration of culture and craft, art and design, and the unique vision of the creators and innovators that inspire us. But most of all it’s a gathering for the community to immerse themselves in motorcycle culture and an extension of the magazine to bring to life the stories that connect us. This event will take place beginning Friday, May 8 through Sunday, May 10. It will be held at the Dairy Block Venue located between 18th and 19th Street and Blake and Wazee Street. Located in Denver’s LoDo neighborhood the historic Dairy Block was once home to Windsor Dairy, and is now a vibrant micro-district that boasts 15 shops, 19 restaurants, seven bars, a luxury co-working space, and a 172-room boutique hotel. A stomping ground for tastemakers, fun seekers and seasoned regulars, and now home to the inaugural bike show. From the enticing atmosphere to the rich motorcycle culture in Denver, the event will come to life the more you explore. For more information and tickets, go to https://www.vision-moto.com.
Ride Coordinator: Mike Lozano, (720)[masked] or [masked] An easy, open road ride out to the I-70 Diner, a Starlite Diner off of I-70 in Flager. Meet at 7-Eleven located at 12285 South Parker Road; Parker, CO with kickstands going up at 9:30 a.m. We will take back roads to I-70. Lunch will be at I-70 Diner. Ride back may be the same or we could change it up.