Fri. Feb. 23rd Movie Premier Carnegie Library
What: Documentary feature film, free tracks and Butler Maps
Where: Carnegie Free Library & Music Hall, 300 Beechwood Ave., Carnegie, PA 15106
Time: Feb. 23rd - Doors open 6:30, Film 7:30 - 9:30 followed by Q & A, Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres
Escape the city and discover the Mid-Atlantic BDR (Back Country Discovery Routes), a scenic dual-sport adventure on dirt, gravel and paved roads through remote parts of Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and PA. Starting in Damascus, VA, and ending in Lawrenceville-Tioga County, PA. More in our Forum HERE
RSVP Event Registration Requested by Eagle Rider Pittsburgh. Map and details on their site.
Martin Motorsports Modern Classics, March 2 & 3
As much a social event as a bike show, at The Modern Classics you can meet the presenters, learn the history of each bike or just spend time with the machines that made you a motorcyclist. 2017 marked the 7th year for the region's finest classic bike exposition with a record 1400 enthusiasts enjoying the Friday evening festivities as well as a remarkable and diverse collection of iconic motorcycles from the 60s through the early 90s on Saturday. Expect an entirely fresh 100+ motorcycles for 2018!
Tickets are $10 at the door on Saturday. Children 14 and under free. More info Location: 567 RT 100 North Boyertown, PA 19512 Phone: 610.369.3120
Pro-Rider Skills Class "Graduates"
Way to go, Guys! Can't wait to hear all about it.
Club Get togethers
Breakfast Rides -- 2016 Photo Album Here
Saturdays and Sundays North, South, East and West join members for breakfast and ride somewhere. Dates and Locations
See who is coming
Group Rides 101 from ROK BMW
Finding, Leading or Joining a Group Ride. Especially scroll down to "Group Rider Responsibilities" section. Good stuff from fellow ROK clubbers.
Your ideal group ride situation occurs on an 80 degree day with lots of sunshine, no traffic, wide, smooth roads, a small group of 8 riders or less, with all riders on similar bikes and having the same riding skills. All the riders know the route and the group has a "sweeper" rider at the back of the group with a communications link to the leader of the ride. If this is a reflection of your group rides, you must be living right. The odds of this happening are like winning the lottery.
Even if you've been riding for years, group riding isn't automatically in your wheelhouse, so it’s wise to study up on how best to approach group riding.