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Re: [ST] '04 Season Rides [was Email Working?]
- Subject: Re: [ST] '04 Season Rides [was Email Working?]
- From: "Mike Benzon" <fast87@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2003 18:26:09 -0800
Sounds like a Western Rallye
Just a hop skip and jump away.
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From: "Rick & Joyce" <rnjwes@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2003 10:04 AM
Subject: [ST] '04 Season Rides [was Email Working?]
> > Lots of people up north not riding much right now.
> No kidding! It's snowing here :o|.
> So whatcha wanna talk about? Tried to get an oil thread going a while
> back but it fizzled. How about next season's rides?
> Here's our schedule:
> May 21st - 23rd (Fri - Sun) - Season Opener (N.W. CA)
> Hopefully the mountain snows will have melted!
> July 16th - 18th (Fri - Sun) - Summer Scorcher
> September 9th - 12th (Thur - Sun) - TRAP Rally - Baker City (E. OR)
> Plus, we're trying to put together a regional RAT ride. Here's some
> commentary on the area:
> At the intersection of US395 & US26, John Day is right smack in the
> middle many of the best roads in Oregon. You can head north and just
> rail on pavement like a new racetrack. Go west and turn left and
> you're into single-track paved logging roads that are really a kick.
> Go east and either make the Sumpter-Ukiah loop (One of my alltime
> favorites), or make a day out of it and do the Halfway road for an
> aerobic workout. Go south for a fun rail on 395, then east into the
> Strawberry mountains for a short route and stop at Blue Mountain Hot
> Springs for a soak. These are only a few of the options. I haven't
> mentioned the Susanville Road, the Monument Road, or the
> Kimberly-Mitchell loop. No other area that I know of offers so many
> challenging loops without traversing the same pavement over and over.
> This area has the best chance for good weather, and WAY less police
> enforcement than northern CA or southern WA. Many of these roads are
> wide open without the limited visibility of forest riding. Others are
> forested. The landscape is varied and absolutely gorgeous varying from
> forest to desert to scenic vistas. Many of these routes run right next
> to rivers.
> I'll say it again. Come ride with us.
> Rick in Oregon
> '01 Sprint ST
> TRAP -Triumph Riders Assn.
> of Portland www.rat-pack.com
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