- Backroads North to the Kutztown Area
We will take some tasty backroads up to the Kutztown Area. Lunch stop at Mad Dog Hot Dogs. Some more back roads, then back toward home. I'm guessing 5 hrs +-. KSU 1015. Always check the website the day of the ride to look for any last minute cancelations and or changes.
- Tröegs brewery for lunch
We’ll take great roads to Hershey area to visit the brewery for lunch. My buddy Alan and I were there a month or so ago. The ride there, food, and atmosphere were all great.
See our group riding rules.
Weather may change the ride plan. Always check the ride page the morning of the ride for updates.
- The rare but not unheard of weekday ride
We’ll ride some of my favorite back roads and stop for lunch (probably BBQ). 3ish hours total.
Weather or out of control satellites may affect the ride. Always check the event page the morning of the event for details.
Read our group riding rules. There may be a test.
- Group ride! Remember those?!
I’ve missed you all! Let’s ride!
On this ride we’ll hit some of my favorite roads leading up to Hamburg area then West a bit and then back home. We’ll stop for fuel and bathroom breaks but will NOT take a long sit down lunch.
4 hours could turn into 5. You can always give the high sign and split off if you need to be back earlier.
We’ll practice safe peopleing 😁
See our group riding rules.
Weather or random WAP performances may interfere with this ride. Always check the ride page the morning of the ride for any updates.
- Information for an event on October 24, 2020
Not a scheduled ride for the group. I did want to pass the information along to anyone that may want to attend. I do plan attending. You can let me know if you're interested or just show up for the ride, or just dine at the Pour House on the 24th and mention the dine and donate.
Get your motorcycles, classic, antique, show type vehicles shined up and ready to go. Take an escorted hour plus ride through Chester County from West Chester to The Pour House in Exton on October 24th. Lets roll into The Pour House together showing the support that we all have for My.
Meet at the GSC 601 Westtown Rd West Chester
Registration 08:30 to 09:45
Kickstands Up 10:00 Am
Donation $25.00 per vehicle
The Pour House 1100am to 1000pm
Public Event · Hosted by Brad DeSando and Frank DeJesse
***PLEASE MENTION THE DINE AND DONATE TO HAVE THE CHECKS CALCULATED CORRECTLY FOR THE BENEFIT! THANK YOU! TAKE OUT ALSO COUNTS...***
When Deputy Marian “My” Inderelst joined the staff of the Chester County Sheriff’s Office in May 2018, she not only brought a wealth of experience to the job, but she also quickly earned the respect and admiration of her colleagues.
For My, a Chester County native, the job represented an exciting third career. She began her working life in her family’s fourth-generation sand-mining business. After her father sold the company, she went back to school to become a licensed veterinary technician and began working at the University of Pennsylvania’s small animal hospital.
During her tenure as a vet tech, she developed interest in police work through an affiliation with a SWAT team. That fueled her decision to attend the Delaware County Community College’s Police Academy. She graduated in 2017 and accepted a part-time position with the West Brandywine Township Police Department, where she continues to work today.
At the CCSO, My has excelled in a variety of positions. They have ranged from serving as the sidekick for the Easter Bunny during an annual visit to Chester County Hospital to playing Eddie Eagle, a character who promotes gun safety, for Chester County’s Take Your Child to Work program. My brought impressive credentials to the latter role. In May 2019, she proved her shooting prowess in a fundraising competition to honor a fallen area police officer. My logged a first-place finish in the C class.
In September, members of the CCSO were shocked and saddened to learn that My had been diagnosed with myeloma, a blood cancer. Typifying her fighting spirit and good humor, she responded sarcastically that only she would end up with a malady that began with her nickname. She vowed to attack the disease with the same indefatigable spirit that has guided her myriad careers. Confident that My has the emotional strength that she needs, the CCSO would like to assist her with the substantial financial challenges that her treatment will generate.
Please join us to help someone who has devoted her life to helping others.