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Lunch ride to the Roadhouse in Bastrop
Let's take a ride to have lunch at Roadhouse in Bastrop. If you haven't been to the Roadhouse, you can check it out at http://www.roadhousebastrop.com/ Please arrive by 8:45 AM. KSU at 9:00 AM. Don't be late! The meetup place is at the Shell/McDonalds in Brookshire. RT distance from Brookshire is ~200 miles GPX file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ip1ekt47yr9kmhp/Bastrop%202018.gpx?dl=0 Map file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/tr9zkh9t8ledy6v/Bastrop%202018.JPG?dl=0 ********************************************************************************* Ride your own ride! Your participation indicates your understanding that you participate entirely at your own risk and accept complete responsibility for the safety and well being of yourself, your passengers, and your property. Your participation also indicates you carry insurance in accordance with Texas law and that you have a motorcycle license. Please ride with your bright lights on and please carry ICE information with you as described at this URL: http://www.meetup.com/Houston-Sport-Touring-Riders/messages/boards/thread/495 Let's maintain a safety-minded culture: All the Gear, All the Time. Wear the appropriate riding gear at all times. Please make sure you start the trip with a full tank of gas. Plan on having enough gas to travel 125 miles between gas stops. Never pass up an opportunity to get gas when we stop for a break. Please check your cold tire pressure before you leave home. If you check it when warm, add 4 lbs to the suggested cold pressure to compensate

Shell/McDonalds (I-10 & Fm 359) in Brookshire

306 FM-359 S · Brookshire, TX

Respond by: 10/20/2018

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Come meet other jockeys with similar interests. All types of bikes are welcome because this is about how we ride, rather than what we ride. Typical meetups are day trips of roughly 180 to 220 miles round trip, to a lunch location in the countryside surrounding Houston, via the twistiest roads we can find. In the summer, we may leave early, ride a shorter distance to breakfast, and return before the heat gets too brutal. We wanna feel the power and performance of our steeds without unnecessarily risking life and limb, and we encourage riding well maintained bikes while wearing appropriate gear. We'll rendezvous in the general direction of the ride route, always try to depart on time, and communicate when we are home safely. We make minimal stops (other than lunch and fuel) so we spend our time riding, but no jockeys will be left behind, and ALL PARTICIPANTS DO SO AT YOUR OWN RISK.

We often use toll roads to get in and out of Houston so please give serious consideration to getting a toll tag for your bike. When everyone has a toll tag, the group can choose the best route from all available options. Get a toll tag--you'll be glad you did!

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