|04-17-2014, 10:53 PM||#1|
Black Gold Beemers
Joined: Mar 2009
Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
May Long Weekend Ride to Eat leaving from Edmonton
I organize a ride every spring for the Black Gold Beemers and thought I’d put it up here incase there is any interest. Just PM me or go to blackgoldbeemers.com and email the ride coordinator if your interested. Its all pavement, hotels, and restraints kind of ride but there’s starting to be a group of guys in the club doing the adventure touring kind of thing. Maybe meet some like minded kind of people, last year 13 riders or so.
See Below. I will update details getting closer too. Also I like twisty roads so thats what this is about.
So it’s that time of year again, the time where riders pull their bikes from the dark dusty corner of the garage, procrastinate about spring maintenance and dream about sunny rides. Rides along lakes and rivers, valley and mountains and up to their favorite destination (ok restaurant) along the far flung regions of the map.
Well its time for me to shatter your dreams with the 4th annual BGB Twisted May-Long Experience aka The 2014.5 Ride to Schnitzel.
2 Wheels only, 0 excuses, 1 goal, 4th time, 5 days. Wait a minute a 5 day long weekend?
Here’s the plan.
May 16th Nisku to Cranbrook 662.453km
May 17th Cranbrook to Walla Walla Washington. 606km
May 18th Walla Walla to Missoula 648km
May 19th Missoula to Fernie 499km
May 20th Home 586km
If there’s interest I will order shirts again, in fact I’m wearing mine right now. Yep 5 days and 3001km give or take a day or two. The days are shorter this year with short cuts for weather if required (550, 506, 375 for days 2, 3 and 4 respectively) I will book my own hotels in the next couple of days and pass out the info. (It will be cheaper hotels through expedia unless any has a better idea.)
|Today, 01:57 PM||#2|
Joined: Dec 2006
I'm going to link your post in the Schitzo thread, might be of interest to a few of our guys. Looks like a good ride.
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