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« on: April 22, 2007, 08:55:35 PM »

Post 'em if you got 'em. Had a great time. Just got home (8:30pm). Still need to download pics and photoshop them, etc. I'm betting we had over 120 people show for this. Off the hook awesome weather and an even bigger turnout than last year. Thanks everyone for coming! And that pic of Yosh with the Belly Buster has to become a new avatar. Awesome!
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« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2007, 08:59:20 PM »

I'm so depressed that I couldn't make it. My wife will tell ya I was in a foul mood since my bike died Friday night.  I wasn't pleasant to be around this weekend.
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« Reply #2 on: April 22, 2007, 09:33:32 PM »

Thanks very much for setting this up, Garry.   Thumbsup

And thanks to KeystoneJenks for the route up - bummer your bike fritzed on you!  We missed you but had a great time anyway.  

It was a gorgeous day for riding, I tell you what.  I took a few pics.

Here is Slowduc surverying at Tuscarora Summit, which is the top switchback on Rt 30 W of Chambersburg.

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He's not really that Slow, by the way.  But my wife was real happy to learn I'd be riding with someone with "slow" in their name.   Lol   Bigok  

So we headed North up 665 - farmland with a river - and then W on 944, which is a very fun road with some very nice elevation changes.  944 took us to Raystown Lake.  

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We took a number of valley roads and some passes above Raystown, but we were both frustrated by a bit of traffic holding us up.  We made it to Clearfield about half past noon.

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In time to see one of the big burger deliveries.

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We finally finished our lunches around 2pm, and found many folks had already left.

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So Slowduc and I headed up 879, and down 144.  We did some 322, but I got tired of that so I showed him 74 from Port Royal through Carlisle, which is some nice mountain riding for this area.  Then it was on to Harrisburg where we split.

458 miles for me, 7am to 7pm.  Nice riding with you Slowduc.     Thumbsup
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« Reply #3 on: April 22, 2007, 10:53:31 PM »

First off, let me say that the weather couldn’t have been more perfect for this weekend!  From the time I left to time I got home, the ski was blue, the sun was out, and the temps were just right.  Kudos to Garry for organizing another great event.  The restaurant was much better equipped for us this year.  The food was good and the company was great!

Last year, I rode up and back to the inaugural Region 6 Meet and Eat the same day and only had time to eat and (kinda) meet.  Since I wanted to meet more people, I decided to go up Saturday and stay the night.  Besides, I was able to get in some good riding north of the Clearfield area in PA’s scenic Elk Country!  I’ll start with some statistics.  The Tripometer (B) on my bike registered 646 miles and I was on the road for about 15 hours.

I started out Saturday morning when Paul (HeavenBound) arrived at my house from the Charleston, WV area.  I met Paul last year at the National, he’s a good guy and fun to ride with.  

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On the way up, Paul and I had a quick stop at Ohiopyle, PA to see the falls on the Youghiogheny [yaw-ki-GAY-nee] River.  We spotted a man with his two boys threatening to toss them into the rapids if they didn’t behave.

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Here’s a quick shot of Paul checking out the falls.  I think he said, “That’s nice, now I have to pee.”  

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After 4 ½ hours of some nice back roads, we arrived at the Day’s Inn in Clearfield.

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Since it was only 2:30 PM,  I decided to unpack, suit and fuel up, and go for a ride further north.  The roads north of I-80 are, shall we say, less traveled, and offer up some great scenery.  

Saturday afternoon / evening, I headed up 879 over to 144 to Renovo, then 120 to Wyckoff Run Road.  From Wyckoff, I hit 1011 back to 879 which took me back to the Hotel.  This was 126 miles and took me a little over 3 hours with stops.

Here’s a map of the PA Scenic Elk County north of Clearfield.

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Rt. 144 is fascinating.  It’s a nice stretch of around 31 miles that pretty much puts you on top a ridge of a mountain to ride.  At times, the road scenery is open and the area feels vast.  Other times, you are enclosed on a tree lined road which makes you feel like you’re in a tunnel.  It has a mix of scenic straight stretches, fast sweepers, and a little bit of twisty parts.  Other than Wyckoff Run Road, 144’s few miles of twisties was it for the area.  Most of this area contained fast sweepers.  Of course, it matches the openness of the county up there.

Here are some shots taken along Rt. 144.

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Route 120 is a canyon carving road which follows the Susquehanna River.

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Wyckoff Run Road is a narrow two-land road which flows north to south following Wyckoff Run, a nice little stream which seems to be a popular fishing hole.  Unfortunately, I didn’t stop to take any pictures of this road.  I was too busy paying attention to the road and giggling like a school girl.  I’m positive someone else will post up some images of this road (Chris, do you hear me?).  

When I arrived back at the hotel, there was a nice little crowd showing.  There was quite a diverse group of bikes.

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That evening, I shared dinner and made riding plans for the next morning with the following ST.Nrs:

•   Sam (st3sam) from Scranton, PA
•   Scott (SWRiverstone) from Harper’s Ferry, WV
•   Scott’s wife Holly
•   Ken (kendenton) From Southern Joisey
•   Chris (Tankhead) From Southern Joisey  

We eventually made it to the Bar and socialized with other ST.Nrs.  Then, it was off to bed for an 8:00 AM start.

On Sunday morning, the merry band of people listed above set out for a ride on the following:  879 to 1011 to Wyckoff Run Rd to Rt. 120 to Rt. 555 to 1011 to 879 to Denny’s!!!!

Here’s the gang after we were able to catch up with Sam who had already stopped, took a few pictures, ate breakfast, and took a nap.  

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Here’s about the only image we were able to get of Sam all day.  Once he was planted on that ZX-14, there was no catching him.  Bigsmile

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Here’s a shot of Scott, Holly, and Ken at the northern end of Wyckoff Run Road crossing the Susquehanna.  

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Here’s another two along 120.

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When we reached 1011 after going west on 120 and 555, we looked at the time and thought it was too early to head back to Denny’s for our burgers.  After all, we made a ton of time trying to stay in Sam’s draft.  

So, at the corner of 1011 and 555, Scott told us about an Elk viewing area just up the road.

Here are two shots from the intersection of 1011 and 555.

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As we headed to the Elk viewing area, I spotted a few of the large creatures off Rt. 555.  So, I stopped and took a pic or three.  The only problem was, nobody knew I stopped and they sent Ken back to look for me.  I passed Ken on my way to the viewing area as he circled back for me, gave him the OK sign, and proceed to pass the turn-off for the Elk Viewing area.  Ken made it back to the group and I still wasn’t there.  By that time, I think they were ready to “Kick me Off the Island.”  Lol

I don’t need no stink’n “Elk Viewing Area” to see real Elk…

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Meanwhile, at the “Official” Elk Viewing Area, there were no Elk to be found.  But, the view was nice.

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Before we started to head off to Denny’s, Scott had us line up our bikes near the overlook.  So, here you go!

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Here are the pros taking shots of the bikes.

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About an hour later, we arrived at Denny’s to find some of the others had already made it.  

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Yosh (Stargzrgrl) pulls in on Jason's (McGyver’s) Blackbird and took the opportunity to strike a pose w/ me.  

C’mon Yosh, you can reach those bars!  

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Some riding buddies of mine from the Morgantown (WV) area showed up on Sunday.

John (VeloFish), James (RideWV), and Bill G.

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Of course, the Chi-town group was there Saturday and Sunday.  You gotta respect folks who are willing to travel 1200 miles round trip for a 15 lb burger.

Sandy, Rick, and Anna

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Our Chi-town friends are all Ducatistas!

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As the lot filled up, we went inside for some grub!

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Here’s Paul and Sam waiting for their World Famous Burger!

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Rick looks like he can’t wait.

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Chris and Ken are anxious (well, at least Chris looks excited.  I think Ken was ready for bed).  Lol

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The kitchen was busy.

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And finally, the waitress brings the table next to us the Belly Buster 16 lb burger order by Yosh and Jason for their Chicago pals.

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Scott takes a pose with the famous Belly Buster.  

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This is what was left of it on Jason’s plate.  I saw him w/ it wrapped up in a make-shift doggie bag strapping it to his KLR for the ride home.  

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After eating, Paul, James, John, and I departed for home.  There’s a story there, but I’ll wait to tell that later.  In the meantime, I can only offer my deepest apologies to John for leaving him as food for the Turkey Vultures.  

While John was fixing his electrical demons, Paul, James, and I took a refreshing stop at Ohiopyle to hydrate and relax for a few minutes.  

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In all, it was great weather, great people, great riding, and great food.  

I hope we can do it again next year!
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« Reply #4 on: April 22, 2007, 11:08:04 PM »

By the way... Rincewind, did you see any drool that I may have left on your bike?  I think I was able to wipe most of it off.   Lol

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I drooled over this person's Paul Smart too.    Inlove

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« Reply #5 on: April 23, 2007, 06:37:08 AM »

Well I rolled in the garage at 10:30PM Bigsmile I pretty sure I'm sterile and blind for riding thru Ohio on the Turnpike....I think I glow in the dark from all the radar energy I absorbed from being zapped by Ohio State Troopers Crazy They hit us with everything K, Ka, POP and Laser...I hate the turnpike. But not a single performance award Bigsmile
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« Reply #6 on: April 23, 2007, 06:46:49 AM »

That was a fine get together.  My friend & I did 798 miles total; Annapolis MD to Clearfield & return.   We met up with a longtime riding bud who rode there from Columbus on his brand-new Sprint ST.  Nice bike, though I found the ergos a bit much for my older bod.  We got up Sunday a.m. and did a big scenic loop around Clearfield; didn't get to Denny's until 1:30.  I liked the wings better than the burgers.
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« Reply #7 on: April 23, 2007, 07:01:45 AM »

Doug, the Paul Smart LE belongs to a guy from the Pgh RAT Pack (Jim). He also rides a 95 Triumph Trident.  Quite the eclectic group of bikes (and riders) in the lot. Thanks for all the pics and commentary! I was too beat last night to  do anything. I'll be posting my pics tonight.
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« Reply #8 on: April 23, 2007, 07:18:05 AM »

Wow.  Sounds like a great time.  Clap I need to hire a scheduler so I can make these events. . ..   Bash
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« Reply #9 on: April 23, 2007, 07:44:15 AM »


By the way... Ricewind, did you see any drool that I may have left on your bike?  I think I was able to wipe most of it off.   Lol



No drool found.   Bigok  A lotta of bugs, though!  My Tiger was far from the best looking bike in the lot - it's a bit on the ugly side, actually.  But to ride is to love it, especially at high revs.  Wink

That Paul Smart was easily one of the best looking.   Thumbsup

One thing I was happy to see was all the Triumphs in the lot! Beerchug  I believe they were the highest represented non-Japanese brand.
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« Reply #10 on: April 23, 2007, 07:56:11 AM »

Thanks for the pictures guys, sucks I could not make it!


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« Reply #11 on: April 23, 2007, 08:10:59 AM »


Thanks for the pictures guys, sucks I could not make it!




At our New England Meet and Greet there was a large contigent of Triumphs as well. Always good to see  Bigok


I read that report and saw a banner worthy shot of the Triumphs lined up.  Thumbsup
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« Reply #12 on: April 23, 2007, 08:12:58 AM »

Unfortunately, I'm on the road and don't have my laptop with me. I'll post the pics I took over the next weekend when I get home. Great time!
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« Reply #13 on: April 23, 2007, 08:48:03 AM »


Well I rolled in the garage at 10:30PM Bigsmile


I rolled in the door just after 11PM. I know, I live way closer to PA than you do Headscratch I was supposed to be home by 10  Rolleyes

290 was a parking lot, the traffic wasn't hardly even moving, my clutch hand was killing me so I decided to ride the shoulder for a while. I did that until the rain started falling. I took the first exit to try and figure out why there was bumper-to-bumper traffic on a Sunday night at 10PM  Thumbsdown  no accident, just congestion  Crazy by the time I got on the highway again the traffic was moving.

I'll post some pics tonight. It was a good time and such great weather!
  
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« Reply #14 on: April 23, 2007, 11:02:36 AM »

What a great weekend!  I'll have a longer trip report with more pics posted in a couple days, but here are the highlights.

After a nice 400-mile scenic ride on Saturday, I hooked up with RDoug, Tankhead and a couple other folks to while away the evening swapping stories, watching Keri on Mythbusters, debating about Kaneman, and briefly checking out the in-hotel nightclub.

Sunday started with a spirited 115 mile loop (see RDoug's post for details), where I rode a nice pace with SWRiverstone and his wife Holly.  Sam on his ZX-14 had already acheived escape velocity, and RDoug was also somewhere far ahead riding what he called "20 over".  20 over what is not exactly clear though.  Bigsmile

We got to Denny's around 11:30, and were back out in the lot about 1:15.  FJRski and I hit the slab for home around 1:45, and 280 boring miles later I was playing with my son in the backyard.

Thanks to everyone I hung out with for making me feel like part of the family.

Kinda nippy at 6:45am


It was a battle between the perf jacket and the heated liner for the first hour or so.


The Cowtown Rodeo in Woodstown, NJ


One of several hairpins on PA125.  The tons of loose gravel on the road make it much more fun in a car though.


I've always been curious about a town called Jersey Shore in the middle of PA


This bridge on the southern part of PA414 is where the road turned from an ST-N road to an ADVRider road


Not quite 2 cars-wide, oceans of gravel, no lines and often no guardrail


Made to Wellsboro and saw the diner


The West Rim of the Grand Canyon of PA


PA144 north of Renovo


and south of Renovo - the best road of the day


Nice overlook on PA144


Downloading tracks from the GPS before it fills up


Arriving at the parking lot at the Days Inn


This beautiful Brutale was there in the morning, but never showed up at Denny's


Scott, Doug, Sam, Holly and I lining up for the after-breakfast ride (Chris was gassing up)


Regrouping at the start of Meddix Run


The STN banner shot at the Elk overlook




Arriving at Denny's


Oh my god, what is that sound coming up the hill?


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A very cool KTM


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The lovely I-80 parking lot


FJRski


Arriving at bucolic Salem County, NJ


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« Reply #15 on: April 23, 2007, 11:12:11 AM »

Wow - that looks like one hell of an event!  Too bad I couldn't make it.  Just getting over an illness, otherwise I probably would have come down to play.  I am very surprised it turned out to be even larger than it was last year.  I thought it was pretty damned big last year!

Nice job, Garry!  Thumbsup
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« Reply #16 on: April 23, 2007, 11:21:55 AM »

It was another memorable event and thanks garry. I pulled into my driveway just before 9:00 with 750 miles on the trip meter for the weekend. I clicked a couple of pics that I'll post up tonight.
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The Cowtown Rodeo in Woodstown, NJ



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« Reply #18 on: April 23, 2007, 11:33:25 AM »

I do believe that is a muffler man.  I just googled it and found some hits on him, so he's not a secret.

I just wish his axe was still in his hands.
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« Reply #19 on: April 23, 2007, 11:36:28 AM »

Nice parking lot panorama!
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