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* Suggest some rides for the WORMS! We have started our 2013 riding season and it's gonna be a good one!
* Copper Fox Distillery tour in the Summer of 2013 (M-F 4PM, Sat 11AM, 1PM, 3PM and 5PM) .
Copper Fox Distillery
* West Virginia Red Ride, starts from just SW of Beckley WV and ends in nearby Sandy Springs (Date TBD)
* Maryland and Delaware Orange Ride, starts and ends in Frederick City, MD (Date TBD)
* The Crooked Road Ride, in southern Virginia (Date TBD)
Many WORMS were busy this weekend, even with perfect weather predicted. Oh sure, it was also Father's Day Weekend, but what better way for some tired old dads to spend the day than riding their motorcycles down to the 21st Annual Big Damn Bike Show at Waugh Harley-Davidson? It doesn't get much better than this. Well, Sandra & Allen were determined to get down to the show, but we wanted to take some back roads this time. We headed south on Route 123 to Old Bridge Road, taking that to Hoadly Road. From there we took Aden, then Fleetwood Drive, which got us around the Quantico Marine Corps base. We swung west on 611 to Elk Run Road (806), heading south again to Route 17. We crossed and continued on to Courtneys Corner Road and eventually to Kellys Ford Road. When we reached Route 672 we were on a rock road (for 4 miles no less), until we reached Route 3, where we again headed west. That got us to Route 522 and we headed south on that to Waugh H-D. After spending some time at the bike show, we got back on Route 20 and took that South to Barboursville where the winery was. Coming back home, we took Route 20 to I-15 to Route 28 and after Manassas we cut in on Compton Road to get through Clifton and back to Springfield. The ride was about 200 miles and every minute was wonderful! Oh, one last thing. Some of you know that Woody is waiting for delivery of his new Harley - the Breakout model. Well, they had two Breakouts at Waugh H-D, and Allen was fortunate enough to sit on both. It's a nice ride Woody. We can't wait to see your new bike!
The visit to Barboursville Vineyards was the second time for us. We enjoyed their wines last year (Octagon was exceptional) and this visit was even better. We arrived just in time for a winery tour so off we went to see how they make wine in Virginia. Cleanliness is very important and you could see that when walking through the fermenting tanks. This winery won the Virginia Governor's Cup for 2013 with their 2009 vintage Octagon, which will be released to the public soon. We could have purchased a bottle but given that it would ride in the saddle bag of our Harley Fatboy on the way back home, we elected to be satisfied with the several bottles of 2007 Octagon that we have in our wine cellar.
Look how clean that Harley is.
The ladies dance at the Virginia Bike Fest on 03 April 2011.
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