Logged Some Miles on The 29th


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Logged Some Miles on The 29th

Postby speedy1 » Fri Mar 30, 2012 9:49 pm



We got to ride on the 29th as well. Started out in Gadsden, Al @ 0800 and rode almost to Chattanooga, TN on Lookout Mountain Parkway. Cut across to Lafayette, Ga on Hwy 136 and then on up to Chickamauga Battlefield on US 27. This was our original destination and touring the Park on the bikes was great. Naturally you can't go back the same way, so we went on into Chattanooga hit interstates I-24 & I-59 and made our way back home. A total of 225. It is nice to have a family to ride with. If we all could have made the trip, 9 bikes would have gone. B - I - L is taking the pics.
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Re: Logged Some Miles on The 29th

Postby Bogator » Sun Apr 01, 2012 5:56 am

Glad to see you out and about Speedy- did ya'll stop at a flea market for the green tees? LOL :lol: :lol: -- just jokin---seems that a good time was had by all---see ya-- :lol: :lol:
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Re: Logged Some Miles on The 29th

Postby Mike 545 » Sun Apr 01, 2012 7:37 am

What was the temperature?

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Re: Logged Some Miles on The 29th

Postby speedy1 » Sun Apr 01, 2012 8:54 am

Hey Bogator. Sister in Law said she wanted us to be seen. I think she got her wish... :lol: Can you imagine seeing 9 (if all could have gone) bikes coming down the road and everyone with those tee shirts on. :o Can you say Southern Rednek..... :roll:

Mike the temps at my house that morning were in the mid 50's, but climbed into the 80's as the day progressed. It stayed nice and cool riding thru some of the valleys most of the morning. When we got on top of the mountain the wind was blowing and that helped keep it cool. Touring the battlefield it warmed up quickly.




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