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    Registered User tronic5's Avatar
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    group ride from Ontario

    I just got the green light to ride to TN. Count me in for breakfast, perhaps we can meet by mid-March.
    You think there's still a vacancy available near Johnson City?
    --Always on land & in the air--
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    Rally

    Have not looked into hotel as I plan to camp. Last year I used Sherpa Mayberry, but this time I might take my own gear, I will see...

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    Would love to go but..

    This summer's calendar is already filling up with rides, motorcycle training programs etc.

    Gotta find a way to play hooky and get to the rally

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    Quote Originally Posted by tronic5 View Post
    I just got the green light to ride to TN. Count me in for breakfast, perhaps we can meet by mid-March.
    You think there's still a vacancy available near Johnson City?
    We just made reservations this week at the Red Roof Inn in Johnson City.
    Dan

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    Neil, Ajax, Ontario 19991100RT's Avatar
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    Can you count me in too?

    Hi there
    I am anew BMW Owner. Have been riding Hondas for the past 35 years. I just bought a "new to me" 1100RT and will be making the rallly for sure. I live in Ajax, Ontario.
    Every year, I ride from Ajax into Front Royal VA. From there I take the Skyline Drive, Blue Ridge and Great Smokey route down into Tenn. and then play around NC, Tenn and Georgia a bit. This route is VERY casual and top speed on Skyline is 35 mph, the Blue Ridge lets you open it upto 45mph. It is all the most beautiful riding you will ever find anywhere and goes right through the Mountains all of the way. Imagine waking up from your tent with a Mother Deer and her Fawn curled up sleeping and leaning against your tent.
    Some years I do the above route there and back and some I do there then interstate back home.
    I'll follow any routes you decide on and would enjoy the company of all.

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