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On the calendar!
Randy is the NH Rep and he has a lot planned for the Rally m ;) CharlieW
Mine too. Gonna figure out a nice route there that doesn't include where Mapquest or Google Maps wants to send me up through the nightmare I-95 corridor from Virginia. I'll swing west a bit and enjoy the scenery!Lannis
Let us know what you come up with for a route.Dean
I think I'm with [not fishing] on this one :D" It would be nice but I don't think it's in the cards.6,000 miles round trip, $700 in gas and a set of tires. It would be a tough trip. A trip of a lifetime. All I'd need is a couple of months off from work and an Iron Butt "
In 2010, my wife(at the time) and I rode our bikes to the National in John Day Oregon. We went first to the Buell Homecoming rally in Wisconsin, then continued west to John Day. All told, we took three weeks to go from Atlantic ocean to Pacific Ocean and back (Literally - we had breakfast at Helmut's Struedel in Rockport, Mass. and two weeks later, we had dinner at Oscar's Mexican Restaurant in Newport, Oregon). My ex was riding a Buell Lightning Long and I was riding my Norge. We bought tires when they were on sale in the spring, and put a set on just before we set out. we mostly rode for 500 miles a day, which is not excessively high mileage, and it was a really fun ride. Bring a camera, take lots of pictures and next year, at this time you can look at all the photos and smile.
I will! I'll be asking some questions too of people who live around there. When we rode our old BSAs up to Brimfield, MA for the 2006 International Rally, we found some beautiful roads up through Pennsylvania through the state forests. And when Fay and I rode to Nova Scotia on the Stelvio, we went from our house to Grafton, Vermont the first day on some really nice roads, although there were a lot of little industrial towns to go through, it was still a good ride.Planning is always fun. I suppose a lot of people would just get on I-95 and grit their teeth and go, but that's never been me, not on a pleasure trip ....Lannis
It would be nice but I don't think it's in the cards.6,000 miles round trip, $700 in gas and a set of tires. It would be a tough trip. A trip of a lifetime. All I'd need is a couple of months off from work and an Iron Butt :winer
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