Ride to celebrate Freedom and Speed! Last November we did the first White Knuckle 300 and if you ask anybody who joined, they had a blast. On July 12, 2014 we’re doing the second one but with an all new route. In under one year, 22,000 of you decided that you care enough about motorcycles, riding and most specifically BAGGERS that you joined the Beantown Bagger Community.
- Date: Saturday July 12, 2014 – Meet at 7:00 AM. Stands up at 7:45 AMMeeting
- Location: Honey Dew Donuts 147 Lowell St, Wakefield, MA 01880
- Distance: 300 Miles (or a few more) Duration: Whenever we are done
- Cost: Free
- Bikes: All bikes welcome
- Facebook events page here: http://btbaggers.com/RSQezD
Ever since last Fall’s ride people have asked us to do another ride.. Here it is. Lots of miles, lots of speed. It’s not for everybody but the riding season doesn’t last forever and we need to get some miles on the machines. This ride will be 300 miles or a few more. Details will come clearer as we get closer but it’s low key. It will be a bunch of people with similar interests riding an unreal path North – VT Mountains and or backroads of Maine (we’re scouting the road surfaces this month). Many of the guys from our Sturgis trips, DC Trips, Montreal, Australia, Europe and every other ride will be on this ride. You’ll also recognize some of the people who were at the Bagger show in September of last year.
Plan: Maps will come soon. Assume the route will be worthwhile – just ask anybody who came last year. We will get lost, we won’t have a police escort and it is undoubtedly going to get cold. The event is an all day event – bring warm clothes. No money is being collected and we’re not doing it for a charity. This one is all about the ride! If you want to ride with a group and don’t mind a little bit of chaos, show up. If that’s not your thing, just share this with a friend who digs this sort of ride. If you don’t think you will be able to keep up, maybe just watch the video after the ride. There will be a few good surprises for those who show up early. Some links from last time:
- Video: http://btbaggers.com/1m11RPO
- Last Year’s Maps: http://btbaggers.com/1lDrVO1
- Photos from last year: http://btbaggers.com/1k3pBTS
A few comments from last year’s ride: – “I usually take a lot more pics on bike runs… but I’m generally not doing twice the speed limit nose-to-tail, either! WHAT A RIDE!!!!!” -Whitie Andy White – “And the intruder kept up… white knuckle for sure!” – Jake Gogan – “Sick ride!” – Marc J Ventimiglia Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Reminder, Beantown Baggers is not a club or association. We are a publication or an open community. Register on Facebook to help us get a count. Meet at 7:00 AM. Stands up at 7:45 AM Check back in case Weather becomes an issue. Beantown Baggers takes absolutely no responsibility for anybody who may be injured on this ride. If you join, you must be able bodied and not harm yourself or others.
Morning I am coming with the Southbridge Eagle Riders, My name is Scott I am the president.I am bringing 6 riders.Do you have it mapped out yet? and do you have any suggestions for decent rooms to stay over Friday ?
Thank you for making the trip and joining the ride. We do have some rough maps already done and will be making modifications on Friday based on road conditions on a dry run. We will email you the current Maps and plan on posting some rough maps on the site this week.
In terms of a hotel: Woburn has a Red Roof Inn and a few other hotels only five miles from our launch site. That’s likely your best bet.