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Stuff to do this weekend.....

1) Moto Mania at the Steele County Fairgrounds in Owatonna. See pic below for the details. We attended the first Moto Mania last year: it was a blast. If you're prissy and don't like getting dirty, I guess you could take yer Ma to the Guthrie Theater or somethin'.



 2) Twin Cities Adventure Riders is hosting a ride on Sunday from Hastings to Red Wing. Check the group's link to the right and head to "events" at its website.
If you decide to do nothing this weekend and get bored, that's your problem and not our fault: we gave you two great things to do.

"Ride to Work" day

Is Monday, June 20. Why, that's tomorrow and naturally you should ride your motorcycle to work. Don't take the car, take yer bike.  Duh.






Walt Ride by the numbers...

Total miles -2,300

States covered: Minnesota, Iowa, South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming and Colorado (some others went on to Seattle and Illinois post Walt Ride.)

Bikes: 3 BMWs; 1 Triumph; 1 Kawasaki; 1 Yamaha; 1 Honda.

Federal Parks visited: 2 - Rocky Mountain National Park and Scottsbluff National Park. State parks included Niobrara State Park (cabin the first night); Chimney Rock State Park, Nebraska; State Forest State Park, Colorado (another cabin for the night).

Ironbutt rides: 1, Brett covered 1,000 plus miles in about 19 hours in a mad dash from Duluth to Scottsbluff (and then some).

Mechanical matters: 1; an intermittent speedo,

Animal collisions: 1 bird; and one close call with a mountain goat who was of the mind that "we" were in his way.

Best line from from a convenience store clerk: "Sir, I will scan your nuts."

Harley parade encounter: 1 upon the return to Red Wing

Bugs annihilated as measured in pounds: 942.6

Most interesting question about Aerostich Roadcrafter s…

Shotgun blast of pictures

Colorado does not suck

More, more from the road

More from the road

Walt Ride foray into the Rockies

Day 2 is in the books

Our newest Ironbutt member

Knocked out one thousand miles in less than 24 hours on the Walt Ride 2016. Duluth to Scottsbluff and then some.

Soooo cooollllldddd....

Walt Ride 2016 has begun!