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Bikers for Christ Down Biker Run – April 30, 2011

April 15, 2011 by · 1 Comment 

DOWN BIKER RUN – 4/30/11
Bikers for Christ (BFC) is sponsoring a monthly 4 to 6 hour, group ride throughout the scenic highways and byways of Virginia. T-shirt donations benefit the East Coast Down Biker Fund.

9:00 AM – Staging at Fredericksburg Motor Sports (FMS), 430 Kings Highway, Fredericksburg, VA
10:00 AM – Kickstands Up
2:00-4:00 PM – Return to FMS

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2nd Annual Motorcycle Ride for RGH – May 14, 2011

March 2, 2011 by · Comments Off on 2nd Annual Motorcycle Ride for RGH – May 14, 2011 

2nd Annual Motorcycle Ride for Rappahannock General Hospital
Saturday, May 14, 2011
9:00 AM Registration, 10:00 AM Ride Begins
43 Harris Road, Kilmarnock, VA
$20 per Entry/$5 per Rider.

106 mile ride through scenic Lancaster, Middlesex, King & Queen, Essex, and Richmond counties followed by a Beach Party and specially prices Biker’s lunch at Willaby’s on the Rappahannock River.

Looking for scenic rides towards Manassas

April 28, 2009 by · 3 Comments 

Received this from a reader looking for scenic rides in West VA and VA.

Anyone have any good suggestions for them?

My wife and I will be traveling through West Virginia and Virginia on our way to Rolling Thunder in Washington DC, May 22nd and our question is…can you recommend any beautiful, scenic motorcycle rides or roads we could take on the way down? We will be headed toward Manassas where my brother lives.

I would appreciate any suggestions you may have.
Thank you in advance! Keep the rubber side down! Steel

Blue Ridge Parkway could get an update

June 17, 2008 by · Comments Off on Blue Ridge Parkway could get an update 

ROCKY KNOB — Either the mountains are getting harder, or the people who spend vacation time in them are getting softer.

Consider the plight of officials at the Blue Ridge Parkway: Faced with a public increasingly seeking a cushier mountaintop experience, the National Park Service is considering a makeover for the venerable linear park that would bring more air conditioning to its lodges, along with telephones and televisions.

Primitive campgrounds along the 469-mile scenic drive would begin offering electricity to campers to power their microwaves. And new paved trails in the surrounding woods would accommodate visitors who prefer bike rides on asphalt to rugged hikes over roots and rocks.

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