Walt Ride itinerary, and all the data you need to know.
Sat, June 11- Red Wing to Niobrara, NE Sun, June 12 - Niobrara, NE to Scottsbluff, NE Mon. June 13 -Scottsbluff area Tue, June 14 - Colorado Wed, June 15 -Coloardo Thurs, June 16 - Scottsbluff area Fri, June 17 - Scottsbluff, NE to the Sioux City greater metropolitan area. Sat, June 18 -S.C. to Red Wing
Be at the Caribou Coffee, Red Wing at 0730 on June 11th. Be gassed and ready to go. Kickstands up at 0830.
Light camp gear will be needed. Don't bring the kitchen sink; tent and sleeping bag will do. Will be setting up at Tim's sister's house upon arrival in Scottsbluff. Expect a night at the state park in Niobrara on the way out. Tim said it has actual toilets and fetid water for your bathing needs. Cheap hotel could be possible in Sioux City on the return to RW.
Even more evidence that motorcycle riding is good for you. According to Professor Fitbit, our ride yesterday from Red Wing to Minneapolis for the Ton-Up Spring Social was the equivalent of 17,078 steps; a climb of 140 floors and 3886 calories burned. Of course the 140 floor climb was attributed to the 10,968 foot-deep potholes we hit with our bikes; and the calories were offset by six bacon flights, a bag of pork rinds, 14 beers and three martinis that were consumed at the brew pub down the street. Where the 17,000-plus steps came in, I have no idea.
Learn to spell before you post motorsickle stuff on Craigslist; it's "brakes"; not "breaks." If you want to indicate to a prospective buyer that your motorsickle will actually stop, then you need to say "the brakes work dandy" or something to that effect. If you put the word "breaks" in the ad, then prospective buyers will think that your shit is all busted up and broken. Get it? You can now return to your normal duties.
The Minneapolis Ton-Up Club's annual Rockers Spring Social is May 21 from 1-6 p.m at Club Jager (923 Washington Ave. N.) An agenda could materialize as follows:
11 AM - coffee at Caribou
12 PM - depart RW
1 PM -arrive to show.
?? - depart show.
On the ride back we could stop by Dayblock for a beer/food, and I might suggest a return trip home through River Falls for a stop at Rush River Brewing to celebrate the first anniversary of the tap room opening and the release of its new Kirsche Berlinger Weiss summer seasonal beer. Yes, this sounds like a very good way to spend your Saturday.