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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-28-2020, 07:04 PM Thread Starter
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Well howdy stranger! No time no type! We got plans already for Saturday and I've be randomly picking roads to ride Sunday. It's all good.

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post #12 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-15-2020, 10:14 AM
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Sounds like a fun time. I'm in Brownsburg IN,so not too far away. Newly retired and looking for some rides. I'm going to put it on the calendar. Not sure what we have going on at that time. I would be solo unless I can get another bud to join.
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Time for an update I guess.

It's a go! Of course we have no idea what'll be open or not or where we're eating, etc. but honestly we don't care. We're going!

Thus far it's just me and Rob and Ken. Hotel listing in post #2. See ya's!!

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post #14 of 14 (permalink) Old 07-02-2020, 07:01 PM
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You guys know me, I like to plan in advance .

Hoping to head to Huntington, WV this July or August for a long Fri-Mon weekend. One other, my buddy Rob the Indian Guy is confirmed. He's been pretty reliable for the 10 or so yrs we've taken summer rides. Ken the HD Guy I'm not sure about yet.

It's very early in the plan so I haven't looked at routes or places. We've been up that way a couple times, there's not really any bad roads to be had. One ride, probably Saturday is to Columbus, OH. There's a bucket list item there plus 5 or so Diners, Drive Ins and Dives places there for lunch. Everything else we'll be winging it unless someone has a suggestion of a must see or do. https://www.zumouserforums.co.uk/vie....php?f=34&t=27

Everyone is of course welcome to join us if you can. We're leisurely riders but to each his own. I'll be posting specifics as Rob, Ken & I figure them out. Our general rules:

- ride your ride;
- some folks may choose to NOT be ATGATT. If this bothers you please reconsider attending, no one wants to be lectured about how to dress. To each his own.
- no leaders, just chilled riders. I'll have Garmin waypoints & maybe routes but we're all experienced enough to figure out where we're going.
- ride your ride.
- we choose NOT to drink alcohol when riding. Your bike, your choice, we don't care, but we do reserve the right to avoid you if we feel like it. After the day, at the pool or in the parking lot, is another matter .
- bike doesn't matter, everyone is welcome so bring the wife, kid, mistress, boyfriend. Whatever. Who am I to judge ?
- we may break into smaller groups of riders so it's less stressful for everyone. Everyone is invited to go his/her/its own way if the group thing ain't your thing.
- ride your ride.
- someone try to remember some "Hello my name is" labels and a sharpie. I always forget .
- I plan for stuff for me and my regular riding buds, no one's feelings will be hurt if someone comes but does different stuff. To each his/her/its own. We chill. Ride some, rest some, eat & drink some, repeat. It's vacation, we relax.

HOLY COW! Not only are you coming up to my neck of the woods, you're heading to my hometown! My family's Yamaha/Honda/Polaris dealership is about a mile from where you're staying. (Yes, I grew up with this stuff!) I just may have to join you to Huntington & back to Columbus (if you come back this way).


Iron Pony was mentioned (and here's the stupid part), but despite living in Columbus area for over 15 years, I've never been there. If y'all go that way, I just might have to join you.


Oh, and you were chuckling at Fort Gay. That's actually just across the river and a dogleg (or two) from my family's home. Not much exciting to see there, quite honestly. That said, I don't know if the old fort is still there or not.



I've definitely got to make some time for this. Looking forward to it!


And if you see this post over in the thread I started, it's because I browsed back and didn't realize it. Oooops...
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