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Join the original group of Philadelphia area Motorcycle Riders! We are OPEN & INCLUSIVE - always have been - always will be! This group was formed in 2006 to provide a friendly and safe environment for riders and aspiring riders of ALL levels of experience; genders; nationalities; ethnic groups; orientations; creeds, etc. All makes and models welcome!!! American, British, Japanese, Italian, German, Korean, cruisers (metric & SAE) sportbikes, standards, UJM's, dual sports, sport tourers, full dresser tourers, rat bikes and TRIKES from the 60's through 2008 can all be found here. FUN, SAFETY and RESPECT Emphasized. We have weekend and weeknight rides and social events almost EVERY WEEK. We're united because we ride and riding unites us!

Upcoming events (3)

Ride to Bill's Old Bike Barn

Wawa Food Market

https://www.billsbikebarn.com This ride has been on my to do list for years. It will be half highway/turnpike and half country roads. We will start early and ride Rt 309, the turnpike and Rt 78 until Hamburg. After a short rest and snack, we will take mostly backroads until we reach our destination. Admission is $5 and we will spend up to an hour in the museum. We will stop on the way back for a late lunch somewhere. No drama. No set route. Please have EZ Pass or cash for tolls. We may stop occasionally to stretch out and view some scenery. KSU at 715 AM sharp. Rain cancels ride. Check back for any changes. Please keep your ride status up to date.

Ride to Lancaster

Wawa

We will ride mostly back roads to the Stroudsburg Railroad area and lunch at the Red Caboose. RSVP for lunch reservations. One great ride for all level of riders thru the beautiful Amish country. Approximately a 50 mile ride one way. Meet behind the Wawa at 9:30, depart at 10 AM. Please check this web page a day before the event for any updates or weather cancellations. Keep your RSVP current so we can add persons that are on the wait list.

2019 "Ride for Freedom"

Corner Bakery

2019 Friends of the Forgotten, "Ride for Freedom" MARSHALLING LOCATION: Starting at 8:30 A.M at Whitehall Elementary School (next to Norristown H.S.) 399 N. Whitehall Road Jeffersonville, PA 19403 DEPARTING: 11:30 A.M. SHARP! DESTINATION: Freedom Foundation at Valley Forge. 1870 Valley Forge Rd. Valley Forge, PA 19481 "The intent and purpose of Friends Of The Forgotten®, Inc. is to educate and raise public awareness of the POW/MIA issue. Friends Of The Forgotten®, Inc. is not connected with, or an affiliate of any other organization or political party. Friends Of The Forgotten®, Inc. is not intended to raise funds for profit. Any funds received or raised will be used for education, donations, or operating expenses. Friends Of The Forgotten®, Inc. operates under the Federal guidelines for nonprofit organization" The Friends of the Forgotten 2019 "Ride for Freedom" is a large (150+ Bikes) Police controlled "Parade" ride. In years past it has traveled through Norristown and Conshohocken before ending at The Freedom Foundation, just outside of Valley Forge Park This will be the 10th time I have done this ride. One of the best things about it is the people who come out and line the streets of the route to show their support for those of us who are riding. Very cool indeed. We'll meetup for coffee or whatever gets your day started at The Corner Bakery in King of Prussia at 9:15AM, leaving at 10:00AM for the short hop over to the registration area in Norristown. So if you plan on attending, please be on time and ready to go with a full tank of gas. Hope to see you there as this is a fun ride for a good cause. The Corner Bakery is in the same building as Maggiano's Restaurant which appears on Google Maps if you zoom in enough. It is behind and shares the parking lot with the Crate and Barrel Store, which is on the corner of Mall Blvd and N. Gulph Road

Past events (1,480)

Cruise To Breakfast At Sky Cafe

Wawa Food Market

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