Damn that be a big number above...
When: Fri, Aug 28th @ 8pm
Theme: Back to School
Remember last month how we had 2 full moon rides in one month? That will not be the case this month, we are back to a regular moon schedule of one ride per month. This coming ride will be on a Friday though. So, there is that similarity. Non school nights are always cool...unless you happen to work on Saturdays.
Anyways, in what has become some annual Full Moon Fiasco tradition, we will celebrate kids going back to school. Or, if you are like me, you will celebrate the fact that you are not going back to school...as the thought of going back to school really sucks. Need theme ideas? This is what I wrote last year, and I am too lazy to try and come up with something else:
"If you are sitting there scratching your head, as to what you might wear, let me give you ladies some suggestions: schoolgirl, hot teacher, "that" girl, cheerleader...got it? Now for you guys, I don't really have many ideas: a science lab geek, prep squad sign guy, track star, principal...I don't think anyone really cares."
There will be prizes for BEST DRESSED Male and Female.
FYI: "The Principle" will be on hand, so behave yourselves.
Sunday, August 23, 2015
Tuesday, August 18, 2015
That would be a new rider record. Anyways, these rides aren't really about numbers. But a whole lot of people with their bikes assembled at Eich's for our last Full Moon Ride. It was a Blue Boon and "blue" was the theme. Eich's had the alley open and was serving beers back there as well as inside. That sure was nice.
We rode a rather direct, by indirect way, out to Dover to visit Dish. I would say this was our longest ride ever. There was some gravel riding, which some liked and some didn't.
Dish of course knew we were coming. And we have been there a couple times before. But I don't think any kind of warning could have prepared them for this turnout. They did a great job. Thanks to Gary and the rest of the crew for working so hard and taking care of all the thirsty riders.
Thanks once again to trike-a-boom for providing tunes.
For visuals, click HERE.